Our mission is to surround students with a community of support

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Our mission is to surround students with a community of support
Our mission
is to surround
students with
a community
of support,
empowering
them to stay
in school and
achieve in life.
2012 - 2013
Washington
network
annual report
Our Network by the Numbers
160
Nearly 1 out of 4
students fails to
graduate on time.*
Communities In Schools of
62
schools received support from these locally-managed affiliates
• Auburn
• Renton
• Federal Way
• Seattle
• Kent
• Spokane
• Lakewood
• Tacoma
• Peninsula
• Whatcom
County
County
• Puyallup
site coordinators connected
students with academic and
non-academic resources so
they could focus on learning
Washington—part of the
nation’s leading dropout
prevention organization—offers
a solution. In partnership with
public schools facing the
greatest dropout challenges,
Communities In Schools brings
resources and volunteers into
the school to support struggling
students and reduce the burden
on teachers and staff. Our site
coordinators use a variety of
3 National Award Winners
Two Washington site coordinators and one partner school were recognized by Communities
In Schools National for their outstanding work last year. Dalisha Phillips, site coordinator
with CIS of Seattle, and Leah Livingston, site coordinator with CIS of Lakewood, were
recipients of Unsung Heroes awards for demonstrating excellence in helping students
overcome obstacles to succeed.
Aki Kurose Middle School Academy, served by CIS of Seattle, was honored with a School
of Excellence award, which highlights successful implementation of the proven site coordinator
model in a partner school.
Only five Unsung Heroes and four Schools of Excellence were selected from a national
network of more than 200 affiliates and 2,400 schools. We are proud to have such high quality
work happening in our state.
“By connecting resources in the community to students in need, Communities In Schools
interventions—from intensive
is bridging the gap that may otherwise hinder a child from their success potential.”
case management to school-
– Dr.Timothy Yeomans, Superintendent, Puyallup School District
wide services—to help kids
overcome barriers to
success, stay on
track to graduate,
and aim for a
brighter future.
*OSPI Washington State Report Card 2012-13
2,296
mentors, tutors, board
members, and other volunteers
gave their time and talent to
help kids stay in school
54,067
students benefitted from
school-wide services
Every dollar invested
in Communities In Schools
4,088
to help students stay in
school creates
$11.60
of economic benefit
students (including 89%
in poverty and 65% of
color) received intensive,
individualized support
from a site coordinator
when they graduate
and contribute to their
communities.*
*CIS/EMSI Economic Impact Study 2012
Achievements | 2012–2013 School Year
sec o n d a ry s t u d e n t s
students IN ALL GRADES referred
for specific concerns
96%
99%
s t aye d i n
school
we re p ro m o t e d
to the next
grade or
graduated
81%
80%
i m p ro ve d
attendance
i m p ro ve d
academic
performance
Revenue | 2012– 2013 Washington Network Combined
Reven u es r e ce ive d a cross th e Wa s h i ngt on net wor k In cl u ding
$1,177,972 O f i n- ki nd re sou rce s re ce ived
Corporations
Individuals & Events
Foundations
Nonprofits
Federal & State Grants
Other
Local Government & Schools
$4,999,890
1% 27%
7%
15%
17%
20% 13%
VALEDICTORIANS
$100,000 +
$5,000 +
Gerald & Joan Baldwin
Best Buy Children’s Foundation
Communities In Schools National City of Auburn
Costco Wholesale
Comcast Foundation
Discuren Charitable Foundation
Fred Meyer
Washington CNCS AmeriCorps VISTA
Gottfried and Mary Fuchs Foundation
Fund for Women & Girls
$50,000 +
Glaser Foundation
AT&T
Wayne & Susan Harris
Empire Health Foundation
Inland Northwest Community JP Morgan Chase Company
Foundation
Medina Foundation
Johnston-Hanson Foundation
Gary E. Milgard Family Foundation
Key Bank Foundation
Pierce County Community Microsoft Corporation
Connections
MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital
Safeco Insurance Foundation
Puyallup School District
Spokane County United Way
RealNetworks Foundation
Tacoma Public Schools
Red Canoe Credit Union
United Way of King County
Rotary Club of Renton
United Way of Pierce County
Simpson
U.S. Department of Education - Spokane Public Schools
21st Century Learning Centers
Jeff & Leanne Stock
Subway Restaurants
$25,000 +
The Morris Foundation
Capital One
The Russell Family Foundation
City of Kent
John & Joan Tornow
City of Lakewood
Toyota Matching Fund
City of Renton
Toyota of Renton
Federal Way Public Schools
Helen Vogt and John Vogt Foundation
Fred Meyer Fund
Western Washington Toyota/Seattle IKEA Seattle
Seahawks False Start Program
Inland Northwest Community
Whatcom Prevention Coallition
Foundation
Women Helping Women
Renton School District
Social Venture Partners
$10,000 +
Bank of America Charitable Foundation
City of Federal Way
City of Tacoma
Franciscan Foundation
Greater Tacoma Community Foundation
Hartford-Pope Foundation
IBM Corporation
Lee’s Martial Arts
Northwest Children’s Fund
Not Yet Foundation
RealNetworks Foundation
The Russell Family Foundation
The Seattle Foundation
Sills Foundation
May & Stanley Smith Charitable Trust
State of Washington - Readiness To Learn
Toyota of Renton
U.S. Bank Foundation
Walker’s Renton Subaru
Wells Fargo
Weyerhaeuser Company
HONOR ROLL
$2,500 +
Avista Foundation
Baldwin Scholarship Fund
City of Covington
Coffee Physics
Columbia Bank
Dimmer Family Foundation
Liz & Miles Drake
Goodale & Barbieri Company
Tim & Jenny Haser
Grant & Jenny Hulse
Johnston-Hanson Foundation
KeyBank Foundation
Matisia
Neighbor-to-Neighbor
Red Lion Hotels
Renton Police Youth Programs
Renton Rotary
Rotary Club of Clover Park
SAP Retail, Inc.
Target
Tyroda, LLC
Umpqua Bank
Union Pacific Foundation
Valley Medical Center
Waste Connections
Whatcom County Health Department
Whatcom Educational Credit Union
Whatcom Family & Community
Network
Whatcom Prevention Coalition
GRADUATES
$1,000 +
Amerigroup
Angel Guild Thrift Shop
Dr. Rodolfo & Nadine Arevalo
Auburn Mechanical
Banner Bank
Barbieri Family
Lincoln Beauregard
Bethany Presbyterian Church
BLRB Architects, P.S.
Boeing Employees Credit Union
Tony Brooks
Dr. Erika Burden
CenturyLink
John & Sharon Ciccarelli
City of Puyallup
Comcast
Charles Conner
Mike & Dana Daher
Deloitte, LLP
Judith Douglas
Foundation for Early Learning
Joel E. Ferris Foundation
Food Services of America
Melanie Frieberg & Craig Luker
Karol Gadwa
Gig Harbor Rotary Foundation/
Charles Perry
Cathy Gleason
Good Chevrolet
Gordon Trucking, Inc.
Brent & Elizabeth Hall
Harborstone Credit Union
Steve Hill
HiTechnique
Integrus Architecture
Issaquah School District
Art & Sue Jackson
Rue Jenkins
Lyn Johnson
Shantel Jones
Kent Kiwanis Noon Club
Kent School District
Julie Kerby & Howard Gutknecht
Florence B. Kilworth Foundation
Kiwanis of the Valley
Korum for Kids Foundation
Eric & Bradie Kvinsland, DDS
Lakewood Community Foundation
Edward & Paula Lazar
Mark & Debbie Leighton
Kim Lintott
Luther’s Table
Kim Macias-Shell Family
Cynthia Magoon & Gary Swearingen
Douglas & Anna Martin
Joe & Teresa Maxwell
Pam & Gordon McClaren
Mary McCoy
Chuck & Charli Meacham
Microsoft Matching Gifts Program
Paul Moulton
Mountain View Funeral Home
MultiCare
Maria & Gustavo Muñoz
Thomas & Rosemary Murphy
Nicholas Muy
Gerrit Nyland
Patricia Nyland
Megan O’Brien & Bill Munroe
Pace Staffing
Sue Paro
Roger & Judith Paulsen
Preston & Kamela Potratz
Prime Real Estate Group
Puget Sound Energy Foundation
Lance & Jacqui Ramsay
Brian & Robin Rayfield
Red Canoe Credit Union
Don & Beth Rees
Caitlyn & Larry Remington
Renton Coil Spring Company
Susan Richards
Rotary Club of Lakewood
Sam’s Club
Fred & Janet Schoenhard
Starbucks Coffee Company
State Farm Insurance
Sterling Bank
Superior Insurance Service, Inc.
Tacoma Rotary Fundraising
Bonnee R.Terrio
Debra Tito
Dennis Trittin
Valley Bank
Walmart
Warranty Plus Service Centers, Inc.
Washington State Fair Foundation
Washington Trust Bank
Washington Women’s Foundation
Waste Management
West & Sons Towing
Marina Widmann
William Witte
Doug & Stacy Wood
Tom Wood
Bob & Cynthia Wroblewski
Ach
e m e nt C
le
The Achievement Circle recognizes contributions valued at $1,000 and above to any member of the Communities In Schools of Washington
statewide network from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013. Sincere thanks to all of our contributors who are changing the future for our students.
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Achievement Circle Members 2012–2013
Major In-Kind Partners
Christina Arbini
Auburn Way Self Storage
Bedrooms and More
Boeing Bluebills
CNCS AmeriCorps Vista
Costco Wholesale
Christ Community Church
Discover Books
Fitchett Benedict and Clark
Karol Gadwa
Larry & Linda Huseby
IKEA Seattle
Dean Jones
Erin Loman Jeck
Lakeridge Lutheran Church
Lee’s Martial Arts
Mars Hill Church
Mountain View Community Center
Office Max
Peekay Inc.
Puyallup Mini Storage
Puyallup Nazarene Church
Russell Family
Rainier Valley Slammers
Renton Rotary
Rite Aid
Seasoned In Seattle
Seattle Seahawks
Service Linen Supply
Silver Lake Winery
Sound Engineering Audio
Sight for Students
Stor-More
Subway
Sun Graphics
United Christian Church
Washington State Fair
Wells Fargo Spokane Employees
Wild Waves Theme Park
World Vision
School District Partners
Auburn School District
Bellingham School District
Cheney School District
Clover Park School District
Federal Way Public Schools
Ferndale School District
Kent School District
Nooksack Valley School District
Peninsula School District
Puyallup School District
Renton School District
Seattle Public Schools
Spokane Public Schools
Tacoma School District
We do our best to maintain an accurate list, so if you see an error, please call 253.248.1991 ext 22.
Join our community of support.
Volunteer, donate and connect at ciswa.org
1010 South 336th Street, Suite 205
Federal Way, WA 98003
253.248.1991