The Communities In Schools of Central Texas ASPIRE Family Literacy program supports children and families through comprehensive, integrated literacy services.
Communities In Schools of Central Texas provides students with job shadowing and career exploration opportunities.
The XY-Zone Program of Communities In Schools of Central Texas provides leadership development and peer support for high school males.
Nearly 500 community members volunteer for Communities In Schools of Central Texas as mentors, tutors, interns, reading buddies, board and leadership circle members. Volunteers provide healthy, supportive relationships for students.
Communities In Schools of Central Texas relies on strong community partnerships and supporters, including legislators, school administrators, teachers, nonprofit partners, funders, volunteers, interns, AmeriCorps members and staff all working together to support student achievement.
Children cannot learn at their potential when they are in crisis or face significant non-academic needs. Communities In Schools provides support by bringing resources and relationships to school campuses -- surrounding students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
When it comes to making sure children get exactly what they need to succeed in school and in life, we never give up. Our evidence-based approach is adapted to meet specific community needs. Click here to learn more.
Be a hero for a local student. Volunteer with Communities In Schools of Central Texas as a tutor, mentor, reading buddy or during a special event. Click here to learn more.