Success Stories to Read
After meeting a mentor through CIS, one 4th grade student feels like their life changed in a big way.
At Illahee Middle School, porch visits helped students keep up their spirits and stay organized during hybrid learning.
This is Jose. When he first started with CIS of Kent, he was attending Kent Phoenix Academy and dreaming of becoming a mechanic.
At CIS of Renton-Tukwila, small groups helped elementary students cultivate their social-emotional skills.
When Saif and Elaf immigrated to the U.S., they had to learn English on top of completing schoolwork and learning a new culture. With support from CIS of Tacoma, they’re now pursuing dental hygiene and computer science!
Alyma will be the first in her family to go to college, and CIS of Lakewood is supporting her with technology to help her reach her post-secondary goals.
For one 6th grade student in Bellingham, CIS of Whatcom-Skagit helped her move from chronically absent to thriving in school.
Through afterschool programs with CIS of Lakewood, Georjina built up her confidence and found ways to express herself to others.