Sarah Martin


Sarah was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota until she met a boy from Texas while attending college in 2001. She married this young man and is proud to declare herself a Texan ever since.

She graduated from John Brown University with a B.S. in Child and Family Studies. She continued her studies at the University of Texas at Arlington, earning her Master’s in Social Work. Upon graduating from UTA, she went to work for Communities in Schools while also volunteering for her local church youth group as a small group leader.

Sarah has a passion for high school students and is excited to bring her experience and knowledge to Mentors Care.

Sean Byars


I am from Fort Worth, Texas. I graduated from Southwest High School. After high school I enlisted in the U.S. Air Force. I met my wife and best friend, Kristal and we married in 1994. After serving 4 years, I answered the call of God on my life and entered in to ministry. I served in Youth and Children’s ministry from 1997 – 2011. My family and I moved to Midlothian in 2006 and fell in love with the community. I took a sabbatical from ministry to return to school and pursue a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Texas A&M-Commerce. Kristal and I have two amazing kids, Dylan and Ashlyn.

Michelle Baggett


I have lived in Maypearl for the past 3 years and am proud to call myself a Panther! I have been married to my husband, Jeff, for 15 years and we have 3 amazing children: Meagan who is 13 and in 8th grade, Garrett who is 12 and in 7th grade, and Cutter who is 7 and in 2nd grade. We attend church at First Baptist church in Maypearl and I place The Lord above all things. I have been a stay at home mom for the past 13 years, but have worked with “at-risk” kids for many years. My passion is to love, guide and mentor kids that are overlooked and struggling. I am very excited to see how God is going to use me in the coming years and I look forward to partnering with the staff at Maypearl High.

Ron Langthorn

at Red Oak High School


I retired from public schools in Texas after 31 years as a teacher, coach and school administrator!  I spent a 1 ½ as a college assistant baseball coach and adjunct professor after as well!  My wife, Julie (31 years as an elementary teacher) and I spent 13 years of our careers in Palmer and had 4 sons that we went through the Palmer school system!  We currently have 4 grandchildren attending the Palmer schools.

I graduated from Richardson High School, Stephen F Austin State University with my Bachelor Degree, and UT Tyler with a Masters degree in Educational Leadership.

I enjoy working with high school students and helping them to grow into adulthood.   In my free time I’m usually doing family things and love being involved in their activities and lives!  I enjoy fishing, hunting, sports and other outdoor activities!  I am also an associate scout for the New York Mets.  We are members of The Avenue Church in Waxahachie!

Arlene Sutton



I was born and raised in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Upon graduating high school my life became a life of service. I had the privilege of serving our country for twenty-years in the United States Army. After retirement, I served my community through employment with Midlothian ISD, Waxahachie ISD and Ft. Worth ISD. As the Founder and Director of Momentum Youth Track Club, it’s an honor serving my community through youth sports.
I’ve earned a B.S. in Business from Tarleton State University. Intermittently I’m pursuing my Masters in Christian Leadership from Dallas Theological Seminary.
Since an early age, I’ve always seen myself as a “Cheerleader.” I have a passion to serve, encourage and motivate people. Between military service, children’s ministry, educating, chaplaincy assistant, International missions and sports—This work epitomizes my faith in God and love for His people. The greatest of any one of my accomplishments was asking Jesus to be Lord of my life. My husband Beachey and our sons; Beachey and Keion reside in Midlothian.