Communities In Schools of Spokane County is one of 12 CIS affiliates in Washington surrounding 90,600 students and their schools with a community of support.Read more about our combined effort to serve students and their families all over Washington: https://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/listings/12/item/4121

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All over the country, education professionals, parents, and students have been forced to navigate the world of online classes with little warning, or training. EducationSuperHighway, a nonprofit working to provide U.S. schools with broadband infrastructure, estimates that 9.7 million students in our country do not have access to reliable internet in their homes. According to […]

NAC Architecture

Communities In Schools of Spokane County is incredibly grateful for the businesses that have chosen to link arms with us to bring hope to students and families in Spokane County.

Blue Jean Ball 2020

The numbers are in, and the record has been broken!! This year was our most successful Blue Jean Ball making over $100,000 and it wouldn’t have been possible without all of your support. Just like many of our nonprofit peers, hours and hours of work go into showing our supporters what they help us do […]

CISSC Students

CIS students in Westwood Middle School’s RoboGo club dominated at the Robotics Rumble competition, hosted by Lakeside High School, this weekend! These young women and men went head to head with students from all over eastern Washington in navigation and maze events. The overall team took first place with their scores! Some of the students […]

PrimeTime Mentoring

Communities In Schools of Spokane County (CISSC) is looking for more volunteer mentors to CHANGE the life of a child in need. The CISSC PrimeTime Mentoring program matches volunteer mentors with at-risk students in Spokane and Cheney Public Schools. Currently, over 400 students are receiving support from an adult mentor who meets with them at […]

Mentoring

From a Nation at Risk to a Nation of Hope Read this informational article to learn more about recommendations from the National Commission on Social, Emotional, and Academic Development