Of the 504 case-managed students: 91% improved attendance, 94% improved behavior and 98% improved coursework/academics. Read more below. 2018-2019 annual report
Help students reach their potential with the gift of backpacks to start off the school year fully prepared. Donation Drop Off Sites Banner Bank: 54 Rainier Ave S Renton, WA 98057 First Financial NW Bank: 201 Wells Ave S Renton, WA 98057 First Financial NW Bank: 1002 Park Ave N, Ste F at the Landing […]
Join us for an afternoon of great wine, beer, food and live music at the Second Annual Wine and Brews at The Landing. A portion of all proceeds benefits Communities In Schools of Renton. Details and tickets here.
Many of the students and their families that we work with face daily challenges. This can make the holiday season especially stressful as they face a holiday without that special holiday meal or gifts. You can help brighten the holiday for someone and adopt a student and their family. Sign up today at email@example.com.
ICYMI–Communities In Schools rang the opening bell at the NYSE this morning! Read more about it here: http://www.communitiesinschools.org/press-room/resource/cis-rings-opening-bell-nyse/ Then watch the video: http://new.livestream.com/NYSE/communitiesinschools
CISR and 4th grade students from Lakeridge Elementary send a BIG thank you to Lakeridge Lutheran Church for their in-kind donation to make it possible for our students to have snacks during their MSP testing. This is the third year that Lakeridge Lutheran Church has donated for MSP snacks.
Lakeridge Elementary Step-Up Group Mentoring students made cards of thanks and encouragement for the Snohomish mudslide first responders. It was a chance for students to show their community spirit and empathy for others.
A BIG thank you to everyone who gave to our Personal Care Drive in March! We are grateful for your support and for caring about the children we serve. Because of your generosity we are changing lives! A special Thank You the banks that participated in the drive as collection sites. Banner Bank, Columbia Bank […]
Renton School District officials notified Paro that the district would step in to replace the more than $90,000 shortage from one grant alone, with new funding.
Martial arts instructors hope to instill the message that “we always give more than we take” in an effort to better our communities.