The CIS Top 10 Tips for Slowing the Summer Slide
In celebration of their amazing success, the community of Communities In Schools came together to collectively write a #CISGradAdvice commencement speech to share the lessons we have learned in life with our graduating students.
This week we’re reading about a glamourous event featuring a Communities In Schools of Delaware student.
20 Questions in 60 Seconds is our new blog series in which we interview Communities In Schools staff members. This week's guest is Erica Vevurka, Communications Integration Manager at the Communities In Schools National office.
This week we’re reading about CIS sponsored events that are rallying community support and resources to help put students on the path to success.
Resilient. Inspired. Determined --three of many words that describe a bright young lady, plagued by the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, now ten years later will graduate from college.
This week we’re reading about the importance of community service and how leaders are transforming lives and making a difference in their communities
CIS Alum Jamal Tate says without CIS, he might still be in jail. Today, he’s a big man on campus with a college degree and a promising career.
In What We're Reading, CIS leaders and site coordinators are speaking out about the obstacles students face in schools and ways in which our organization is helping them overcome those barriers.
This week we’re reading some compelling stories that reinforce the value of Communities In Schools and the important work we do to help students overcome their barriers to achieving academic success.
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