Our mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
Communities In Schools of Spokane County: Serving Students and Schools
In Spokane County, 1 in 6 children under the age of 18 live in poverty. Communities in Schools works directly inside schools, building relationships that empower disadvantaged students to succeed inside and outside the classroom.
Bank of America Neighborhood Champion
We’re thrilled to share that we are one of Bank of America’s 2020 Neighborhood Champions here in Spokane. Many of the young people we serve were already facing challenges which have only grown in light of the coronavirus and the need to quarantine. This grant will help us continue to serve youth in Spokane and ensure they have the tools they need to overcome this difficult time. This is such a unique opportunity for funding and leadership training and we can’t wait to build on our work to continue supporting local youth in our community!
Thousands of kids across the state carry adult-sized burdens to school every day: unmet basic needs, homelessness, bullying, systemic racism, the emotional effects of trauma, untreated medical conditions, language barriers, learning disabilities.
Local communities may have ample resources to address these challenges, but students and families may have a hard time accessing and navigating the maze of public and private services.
How We Help Students
Communities In Schools of Spokane County is dedicated to empowering students to stay in school and on a path to a brighter future. Working directly inside 50 schools in Spokane County, we connect kids to caring adults and community resources designed to help them succeed.
In partnership with local communities, we do whatever it takes to ensure that all kids—regardless of the challenges they may face—have what they need to realize their potential.
Making a Difference
At Communities In Schools of Spokane County, our 667 case-managed students show outstanding progress towards their personal goals.
* Outcomes reflect data from last school year