Communities In Schools of Texas

The mission of Communities In Schools (CIS) in Texas is to surround students with a community of support, empowering students to stay in school and achieve in life. The CIS model is designed to keep students persisting in education and ultimately graduate from high school. CIS partners with educators, students, and parents to identify needs of students who are at-risk of dropping out of school. Once the needs are identified, CIS customizes supports外国成人视频 for students and families and provides individual case management services, engaging the community as part of this process. CIS monitors student level data and tracks education outcomes for those students served. CIS in Texas has six components:

Health and human services外国成人视频 - including mental health and basic needs

Supportive guidance and counseling - both individual and group, and crisis response

Parental and family engagement - including home visits and consultation

Academic enhancement and support外国成人视频 - including tutoring and extended learning time

College and career awareness外国成人视频 - including preparation and transition

Enrichment activities外国成人视频 - including mentoring and school engagement activities

 

CIS of Texas program performance

  • There are 28 local CIS of Texas grantees operating statewide.
  • In the 2018-2019 school year, these 28 programs case managed 88,644 students on 967 campuses in 139 school districts.

Student Performance (Case Managed Students) 2018-2019:

  • 99% stayed in school (Grades 7-12)
  • 96% promoted to the next grade (Kindergarten-grade 11)
  • 95% eligible seniors graduated
  • 90% targeted for academics, improved
  • 77% targeted for attendance, improved
  • 86% targeted for behavior, improved
  • 97% targeted for social services met goals

 

CIS of Texas funding information

  • FY 2020 – (State) $30,521,817, (Federal*) $4,842,342
  • FY 2019 – (State) $15,521,815, (Federal*) $4,842,342
  • FY 2018 – (State) $15,521,817, (Federal*) $4,842,342
  • FY 2017 – (State) $15,521,816, (Federal*) $4,842,341
  • FY 2016 – (State) $15,521,816, (Federal*) $4,842,342
  • FY 2015 – (State) $15,521,815, (Federal*) $4,842,341
  • FY 2014 – (State) $15,521,816, (Federal*) $4,842,342

外国成人视频* Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)

 

CIS of Texas programs


  • Ph: (281) 486-6698

  • Ph: (281) 425-3304

  • Ph: (325) 232-8712

  • Ph: (979) 413-4500

  • Ph: (956) 554-7954

  • Ph: (512) 462-1771

  • Ph: (361) 696-4030, ext. 1

  • Ph: (214) 827-0955

  • Ph: (903) 927-1128

  • Ph: (915) 593-7317

  • Ph: (409) 765-5395

  • Ph: (361) 576-6066

  • Ph: (254) 554-2132

  • Ph: (817) 446-5454

  • Ph: (940) 264-6743

  • Ph: (254) 753-6002

  • Ph: (956) 630-0016

  • Ph: (713) 654-1515

  • Ph: (956) 791-2199

  • Ph: (903) 434-8212

  • Ph: (972) 538-9930

  • Ph: (432) 205-1364

  • Ph: (210) 520-8440

  • Ph: (830) 620-4247

  • Ph: (979) 413-4500

  • Ph: (409) 951-1810

  • Ph: (806) 368-8090

 

CIS of Texas laws and rules

  • , Article III, Rider 22, 85th Texas Legislature, 2017
  • Texas Administrative Code 19,