Our work is best shared through the stories and images of our students, and testimonials from others touched by the work we do. We invite you to click on a story below… and be inspired. If you have a story or a comment about how Communities In Schools made a difference in your life, please share it with us.
Success Stories to Read
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 […]
A 7th grader gets new front teeth and gains self-confidence through “Give Kids a Smile Day.”
During a home visit, our Site Coordinator found a very frail mother, almost unable to walk, and an environment she knew was unsafe for children.
Brave teens facing adult situations need support.
In addition to acting as her younger sister’s caregiver, Teresa had been giving up her share of the food to her sister and eating little to nothing herself.
As much as Michael enjoyed the snow like any other teen, it also made things difficult for him because his shoes and socks would get wet walking to the bus stop.
The mentor was carefully screened and both Mandy and her mentor we matched around the same interests in art, reading, and doing hard puzzles.
How We Get The Job Done CISSC Highlights 2019
After a tragic loss, Samual needed extra attention in school. Jacob was there to help.
Kristine wanted to teach her daughter, Alice, the importance of giving back to their community so they offered to help with a school supply drive.