Prince George's students to get mentored
CAPITOL HEIGHTS, Md. (AP) - Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker III and county corrections officers will participate in a final mentoring session with elementary school students.
Wednesday afternoon's event is the sixth and final mentoring session with fifth and sixth-grade students at Capitol Heights Elementary School.
The meetings have focused on bullying, peer pressure, drugs and gang prevention.
The sessions are part of the department's COPES Program, which stands for Correctional Officers Protecting and Educating Students.
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