The mission of Communities In Schools is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.

About Us

 
Empowering Students To Achieve ” 
 Ensuring student success is every one’s job: schools, parents, communities.  CIS of Galveston serves eight-8 schools  in Galveston County, we work closely with schools, social services, businesses and many volunteers to get young people the things they need to learn and grow: mentors and tutors, after-school help, family services to stabilize the home.   Without these basic supports, children in need  or  at-risk of dropping out of school are far less likely to succeed and grow into productive adults.
 
Getting children what they need – when they need it
 
Children are individuals with very individualized needs. Our school-site coordinators respond quickly, on a case-by-case basis to get children what they need — when they need it. 

   “Lunch With a Leader” Program

Career Day at Morgan Magnet Elementary, Galveston ISD

The Wood Group of Houston donating Christmas Gifts to CIS families

After the devastation of Hurricane Ike

 

Communities In Schools: the only dropout prevention program in the nation proven to increase graduation rates  

Recent third-party findings confirm: Of the many organizations working to improve student outcomes, Communities In Schools, through coordination of services, is proven to be more effective, and results in higher graduation rates, and higher percentages of students reaching proficiency in math and reading.  

  CIS engages students in learning through case management and whole school services, including:  
 
  1.  Supportive guidance, counseling
  2. Tutoring, academic enrichment
  3. College preparation, pre employment training                   
  4. Health, basic needs, fitness and mental health
  5. Mentoring and adult advocates
  6. Parental involvement, assistance with basic needs                                                                                
  
Accomplishments 2010/2011 School year.    
  • 97.95% of students were promoted to the next grade
  • 95.67 of seniors graduated on time                                                                               
  • 98.5 of students reduced their high-risk behavior 
  • 99.82% of students remained in school
  • 99.75% of students improved in academics
  • 80% of students improved in attendance

 CIS of Galveston County  School Districts       

Galveston ISD   

Ball High School: Rhodessia Boudreaux and Glenn Gordon ~ Certified Site Coordinators

Central Middle School: Hershel Wafer and Barbara Woods ~ Certified Site Coordinators

Weis Middle School: Barbara Woods ~ Certified Site Coordinatorss

 Scott Collegiate Academy:  Susan Fanuiel ~  Site Coordinator

 Morgan Elementary Magnet School:  Jaclyn Fly ~ Site Coordinator

 Parker Elementary School:  Ella Lewis ~ Site Coordinator

Texas City ISD

Texas City High School: Cynthia Maddox ~ Certified Site Coordinator

Blocker Middle School:  Jo Carol Murry ~ Certified Site Coordinator

 Levi Fry Intermediate School:  Yaland Johnson~ Certified Site Coordinator

CIS of Galveston County Executive Office      

Connie Hebert, CISG Executive Director / CEO

                  Janice Campbell, CISG Executive Assistant

2201 Market Street, Suite 715

 Galveston, TX 77550

  409-765-5395     ~     chebertcisgalv@aol.com