To surround students with a community of support,
empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
CIS In Action
Communities In Schools of Nevada works within the public school system, determining student needs and establishing relationships with local businesses, social service agencies, health care providers, and parent and volunteer organizations to provide needed resources.
We measure our success by the results we are able to achieve for the young people we serve. We carefully evaluate all aspects of our programs, and use that information to constantly improve.
For every one of our success stories, there are dozens of young people who need the help that Communities In Schools provides. You can make a difference – donate, advocate, or volunteer. Today!
Watch Communities In Schools ring in the New Year at the NYSE Monday, Jan. 5!
Communities In Schools (CIS), the nation’s largest and most effective dropout prevention organization in the country will ring the Opening Bell at the NYSE to raise awareness of efforts to change the picture of education in the U.S. by helping more kids stay in school and achieve in life. A live webcast of the Opening Bell can be viewed at www.nyse.com/bell.
Watch Communities In Schools of Nevada on Vegas PBS for American Graduate Day!
Learn about Communities In Schools of Nevada and one of its success stories in a LIVE broadcast from Chaparrel High School on the Vegas PBS’ television event, American Graduate Day. Read more about this live broadcast here!
Find out more about the important changes, exciting developments and signature events from Communities In Schools of Nevada.
KTNV Channel 13
Organizations kick off grocery giveaways for Las Vegas families
By Megan Telles
Three Square Food Bank is teaming up with Communities in Schools of Nevada for a first-of-its kind grocery giveaway. The event helps provide families with food, fresh produce and important health services.