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In the U.S., 14.5 million kids under 18 live in poverty, shouldering more than they should have to. Communities In Schools works directly inside schools, building relationships that empower students to succeed inside and outside the classroom.
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"Fill the Bus" School Supply Drive
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2017 Bow Ties & BBQ Fundraiser a Success!
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CIS of Miami Site Coordinators: Doing Whatever It Takes
It was a typical morning at Homestead Senior High School and our Site Coordinator, known to students as "Ms. A", had a brief moment in her office to check her emails before the troops of students would be coming through her door.
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Communities in Schools of Miami is an affiliate of the nation's largest and most effective dropout prevention organization, surrounding students with a community of support to empower them to stay in school and achieve in life. We mobilize communities to address both academic and non-academic barriers to learning to help our students. Our unique, proven model positions site coordinators inside schools to mobilize community resources and deliver them directly to kids inside their schools. Services includes mentoring, tutoring, counseling, leadership development, and much more.
What It Takes...
Two High-Poverty Schools Chase Better Graduation Rates

CBS4 Super Kid Cassandra Gonzalez

She has all the ingredients for success.

Nearly Half a Million Youth Drop Out of High School Each Year. Here's Why One Didn't.