Communities In Schools (CIS) is a voluntary program available on your child's campus. CIS believes in connecting community resources to the school setting and partnering in the support and ultimate success of the students we serve. It's a great way to ensure your child has all the support he or she needs at school and prepare for life. CIS strives to help your child improve in academics, behavior, and attendance. CIS is also available to assist parents with social service referrals.
You can also visit Communities in Schools of the South Plains for additional information.
CHESS is available for 2nd – 8th graders. Contact Susan Stewart for more information.
We believe that every child needs and deserves the Five Basics.
The Afterschool Centers on Education, ACE, is grant funded through Texas Education Agency as a part of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grants. ACE provides students in grades two through twelve, at no cost, a safe environment for expanded learning and enrichment opportunities before and after school hours. Programs also offer enhanced academic and tutorial services to help students meet state and local academic achievement standards in reading, math, science and social studies.
In addition to the academic components, ACE offers students a broad array of additional services, enrichment programs and activities such as youth development, drug and violence prevention, fine arts, science, technology, physical fitness, health, wellness, nutrition, community service, mentoring, college preparedness, career exploration, work force readiness and civic responsibility. Families of students participating in ACE are also offered opportunities for literacy, parenting, technology and related educational development opportunities.
You can also visit the TEA website to learn more about Texas ACE.