At this year’s Fall Social, over 50 people came together to mingle, watch glassblowing, and learn about the services Communities In Schools of Seattle provides to students at 10 schools. Derek Dias, site coordinator at West Seattle’s Highland Park Elementary, was the event’s featured speaker.
Growth is the theme of this year for CIS of Seattle. Your support has helped us grow into 4 new schools, becoming a staff of 20. Two of our senior site coordinators began Masters programs at UW, with previous site coordinator Natalie Mace growing into the role of program manager. Our previous program coordinator, Jennifer Haberman, is bringing great energy […]
CIS of Seattle expands to 4 new schools and launches brand new “Empower. Achieve. Succeed.” Breakfast to raise funds in support of empowering young people to stay in school and achieve in life.
How can you help? By getting involved today! Just take a moment to fill out the survey below, or click on one of the links. Collect school supplies – Rally your coworkers, members, or to collect donations at your business or organization, and our bus will roll in and collect the supplies […]
United Way of King County
On Saturday morning, Communities In Schools of Seattle’s staff and volunteers joined the LGBT community at Volunteer Park for the 5th annual Seattle Pride Picnic. They were there to launch their annual summer school supply drive, Stuff The Bus. Want to help? This year, CIS Seattle will be collecting school supplies at all Seattle Office […]
Communities In Schools of Seattle with Communities In Schools of Washington announce continued improvement in graduation rates in new report released today. TV Ads by Academy Award-Winning Filmmaker highlight leading reasons why kids drop out, including hunger, homelessness, and lack of medical care. Every 26 seconds, a young person in America drops out of school. When […]
…the Communities In Schools model works. Communities In Schools of Washington posted an article about the recently released report by Child Trends, detailing why it works. Click here to read the CISWA article, and for access to the report.
Site coordinator Dalisha Phillips received the “Unsung Heroes” award, a national honor recognizing individuals who demonstrate excellence in helping students overcome obstacles to succeed. Click the link to see a video about Dalisha.
Seahawks player Greg Scruggs joined CISS and Subway to present Family Fitness Night at Roxhill Elementary. There were more than 345 people in attendance, including staff and volunteers. The Hyatt at Olive 8 and The Grand Hyatt Seattle kindly provided 18 wonderful volunteers. The event was a great success.