Class of 2020 congratulations banner.

As our Seniors approached their final months of high school, the world changed overnight. Schools closed and they had to sacrifice traditions, farewells, and the graduation celebration that brings closure to a 12 year long chapter in their lives. This graduating class is heading into an uncertain future ripe for change, and we believe that […]

June Memorable Moments Banner with four highlight pictures below.

See the great work our School Outreach Coordinators did in June!

Black banner with white text that reads: Taking Action Against Racism. To all our black students and staff: You matter. Black lives matter. We hear you, we see you, and we support you.

Communities In Schools of Federal Way stands together with the black community to mourn the senseless murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and countless others who are victims of police brutality and systemic racism. These acts of violence are manifestations of the deeply embedded and structural inequities and injustices that far too many of […]

March Memorable Moments Banner with four highlight pictures below.

See the great work our School Outreach Coordinators did in March!

Website banner with blue background and group photo of CIS staff and studnets, text reads Decake of growth and impact.

Together, as a community you have supported us in serving 53,000 students with whole school supports, 3,700 case-managed students with individualized support, and 650 mentored students. 97% of our students graduated, 81% improved attendance, 93% improved behavior, 91% improved coursework. Thank you to all who have given your time, talent or treasure over the last […]

Website banner with blue background. There is a picture of a student standing in the middle of the banner wearing a Graduation cap and gown with arms raised high. Text reads, Impact Report 2018-2019 with Communities In Schools of Federal Way Logo.

2018-2019 By the numbers 465 case-managed students received individualized support 8,995 total students served with school-wide supports 15 schools served in the Federal Way and Highline School Districts 60 partner organizations benefited students in need 6,326 hours served by committed volunteers 50 students mentored by a community volunteer 2018-2019 Results 99% of students stayed in […]