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WHO WE ARE:

Communities In Schools of Clark County (CISCC) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.  In 2005 we received a CAPE grant from the Lilly Endowment that allowed us to expand the programs and services we provide.  Our main goal is to help make sure the basic needs of students are being met so that they can be successful in school.



 Fall Intersession 2014

Fall Intersession is just around the corner! Call Nicole at 812-280-0028 to register your student today!



Extra! Extra!

Check out our Breaking News, Annual Reports, and Clark Kids Connect Newsletter on our News/Media page!





Fall Break/Intersession 2014

Check out our wonderful students having fun during Fall Break/Intersession! For more, please click here.

 





AmazonSmile

Have you ever purchased anything on Amazon? Amazon now donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. CISCC is now a registered organization on AmazonSmile! When checking out remember to select Communities In Schools of Clark County as your charitable organization!

Kroger Community Rewards

Shop at Kroger? You can help CISCC just by swiping your Kroger Plus Card! Just go online to www.kroger.com/communityrewards and sign in or create an account. Once you've registered your card, edit your community rewards information and enter NPO number 12134, or search for Communities In Schools of Clark County, click confirm and you're done!

Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP)

One fundraising tool that CISCC uses is the Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) tax credits. Each year the state gives CISCC NAP tax credits to sell to those wishing to donate to us. By purchasing NAP credits through CISCC you can receive tax credit toward your Indiana state income tax liability valued at 50% of the amount of your purchase. Purchasing NAP credits allows those wishing to donate to truly reap the benefits of tax credits. For more information and to purchase NAP credits please call us at (812) 280-0028.

 

 




Upcoming Events. . . . 

A Night of Trivial Pursuit
 
 
 November 14, 2014 @ Kye's II



 

Recent Events. . . .

7th Annual Golf Outing


September 5, 2014 @ Fuzzy Zoeller's Covered Bridge
 
THANK YOU TO OUR 7th ANNUAL GOLF OUTING SPONSORS:
 
Title Sponsor:

Platinum Sponsor:

 
 
Gold Sponsor:
 
 
 
Silver Sponsor:
 
 

  

2nd Annual Gala Celebration

 
A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU TO OUR 2nd ANNUAL GALA CELEBRATION SPONSORS:
 
 

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2013 "CHAMPION FOR CHILDREN" RECIPIENTS!

 

Sharon Rudd 

  Kirk Mann & Paul Northam

Nikki Mullins

John Woehrle


 

WELCOME MESSAGE FROM CATHY:

EXTENDED DAY LEARNING OFFERED IN GREATER CLARK COUNTY SCHOOLS

Welcome to Communities In Schools of Clark County!  The past year has been full of exciting growth which has allowed us to bring new and expanded programs to elementary school students throughout the Clark County area.  Now, in addition to vision screenings; 3,2,1 READ mentoring program; academic tutoring; therapy; and case management for students and families, Communities In Schools of Clark County will be offering Extended Day Learning after-school child care and academic enrichment in every Greater Clark County elementary school. 

Extended Day Learning is open to any child in grades K-6 that attends a Greater Clark County elementary or middle school.  Before school from 6:30 a.m. and after school from dismissal to 6 p.m., students will take part in a variety of activities including: homework time/homework assistance, after-school 3,2,1 READ Mentoring program, physical education, BrainPOP web-based learning & ISTEP testing preparation; and a wealth of enrichment programs including guest speakers and programs from local organizations (science center, police/fire, humane society, etc.), drama/theatre programs, service learning, arts & crafts, music, Boy Scouts, Jazzercise, and other exciting hands-on experiences.  The program will take place at the child’s neighborhood elementary school. 

Communities In Schools of Clark County's mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. The Extended Day Learning program is designed to do just that – provide a safe, fun, academically-rich atmosphere for children to spend those crucial few hours before and after-school when parents must be at work.  As an affiliate of the nationally recognized drop-out prevention organization, Communities In Schools of Clark County, holds itself to the very highest standards when it comes to taking care of our most valuable assets – our youth. 

Sincerely,
Cathy Graninger
Executive Director