American Red Cross-Baytown
Baytown Fire Association
Baytown Resource Center
Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Dr. Dean Hutto, Dentist
Family Service Center
GCCISD Migrate Program
St. Joseph Catholic School
Communities in Schools is the nation’s leading dropout prevention organization with a focus on surrounding students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school, learn and prepare for life. For 20 years, Communities in Schools of Baytown has worked Goose Creek CISD to address underlying issues or challenges that hamper student success.
CIS of Baytown takes a holistic approach to help 6-12 students to succeed by addressing their physical, emotional and academic needs through specific services such as tutoring, mentoring, supportive guidance, college readiness, career preparation, after school enrichment activities, parent advocacy as well as health and human support services.
Communities in Schools of Baytown need your help to supplement our services and special projects for students attending our local schools. Your generosity will provide enrichment opportunities that can keep every student actively engaged in our program.
Each person, business or organization that commits to a donation of $500 or higher will receive recognition on our website, will be listed in our annual report and will receive a special certificate of appreciation acknowledging your generosity.
Levels of Giving
|$ 10.00-99.00||CIS Givers Circle|
|$ 100-249||CIS Honors Circle|
|$ 250-$499||CIS Friends Circle|
|$ 500 -$999||CIS Leaders Circle|
|$ 1,000-$1,999||CIS Directors Circle|
|$ 2,000 -$2,999||CIS Bronze Partner|
|$ 3,000 – 3,999||CIS Silver Partner|
|$ 4,000 – 4, 999||CIS Gold Partner|
|$ 5,000 +||CIS Platinum Partner|
To lower the nation’s dropout rate it is vital that citizens from the community become involved in the education of our students. The goal of the Communities In Schools of Baytown Volunteer, Tutor, Mentoring Initiative is to match volunteers with students to help them to become better students by overcoming academic and social problems that they may encounter. Organizing a school supply drive, serving as a mentor, volunteering to read to a student…there are as many ways to volunteer.
We hope that you will find your involvement with CIS of Baytown extremely rewarding. As a non-direct service volunteer, tutor, or mentor, your help can be valuable in reducing the odds of a student dropping out of school. In this role, you will be able to motivate students to stay in school, graduate, and find a career interest. You can also take pride in knowing that you made a difference in the lives of students.
Your voice and your vote are among the most powerful tools in our political system. Public policy decisions are being made every day at the federal, state and local level. Help CIS of Baytown with your advocacy!
Ways You Can Advocate:
CIS Board Member
Public Relations/Public Affairs
Community Service Projects
Community Awareness Activities
Job Shadowing /Pre Employment Skills
Host Company/Business Tours