Help Jack, Holly Quinn, and the Johnson & Johnson morning show stuff the bus on August 23rd and 25th. For more information, visit: http://events.kmps.cbslocal.com/tacoma/events/jack-box-stuff-bus-/E0-001-074128189-1
The Rainiers and their community partners have teamed together to treat South Sound kids to a night at Cheney. They have invited our CIS of Tacoma family to join them […]
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 30, 2014 New Studies Shed Light on Back-to-School Challenges for Low-Income Families Communities In Schools of Tacoma to Host “Stuff the Bus” Campaign to […]
“Tuesday, U.S. Rep Derek Kilmer experienced something rare and wonderful in the life of a member of Congress: He met with a group of diverse and thoughtful constituents who asked […]
“Today’s release of the 2013 National Assessment of Educational Progress shows little improvement, and continued cause for concern. Average scores in reading and math have made minor gains across the […]
The Master Builders Association of Pierce County is donating $34,630.54 to Communities in Schools Tacoma, profits from the House for Hope project.
Buying school supplies for kids they don’t know ranks high on the list of Tacomans’ finest habits. No sooner do crayons go on sale for a quarter and markers hit 50 cents than Tacomans load up the shopping cart, swipe the debit card and broadcast the tools for a happy school year.
On June 5, Communities in Schools of Tacoma awarded the Master Builders association of Pierce County the “Hands Up” award for their work with the 2013 House of Hope at CIS’ annual luncheon.
Graduation rate at record high for Oakland Alternative, once considered a dumping ground.