CISK Breakfast For The Kids
Thursday, May 23, 2013 from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM
Looking forward to seeing you there!
When & Where
Communities in Schools of Kent
Ensuring student success is everyone's job: schools, parents, communities.
Communities In Schools is the nation's largest dropout organization. In over 200 communities across 27 states, we work closely with schools, social services, businesses and volunteers to get young people the things they need to learn and grow: after-school help and family services to stabilize the home. Without these basic supports, kids in need or at-risk are far less likely to succeed and grow into productive adults.
Getting kids what they need - when they need it.
Communities In Schools of Kent (CISK) provides services to students in 16 schools in the Kent School District. During the last school year, CISK provided services to 3,000 students through programs like the Mentoring Program and the Kent Performance Learning Center at the Kent Phoenix Academy, a non-traditional high school program designed for students who have ability but are not succeeding within the traditional school setting.
Proven, Evidence-based Strategy
Recent third-party findings confirm: Of the many organizations working to improve student outcomes, Communities In Schools, through coordination of services, is proven to be more effective, and results in higher graduation rates, and higher percentages of students reaching proficiency in math and reading.