Congratulations, Class of 2017! Here are a few of our 47 graduating Seniors.
At the end of each school year, we celebrate our Mentoring Matches with a party at Steel Lake Park. Check out the photos from this year!
Our May Newsletter is here! In This Issue: All In For Kids Student Spotlights Building Healthy Relationships Annual Fundraising Breakfast Field Trips AmeriCorps Applications 10 Years of Service
Our School Outreach Coordinator from Federal Way High School, Kaitlin Thomas, and her former student and FWHS Alumni Marshun, attended the Communities In Schools National Conference and 40th Anniversary Celebration in Los Angeles. While they were there, they were featured in the new “All In For Kids” National Campaign launch. In the video, Marshun says […]
Thank you to everyone who attended our 2017 Annual Fundraising Breakfast! Together we raised a record $77,000 to support youth in Federal Way! We could not do this work without the support of the Federal Way Community. We truly appreciate everyone who gives their time, talent, and/or treasure to help provide a community of support for our students in need.
Our March Newsletter is here! In This Issue: Addressing Chronic Absenteeism CIS Alumni Spotlight Annual Fundraising Breakfast Program Spotlight CIS Intern Spotlight
One of our Federal Way High School CIS Alumni, Marshun was one of 6 students from across the country to receive a full scholarship to attend the alumni track at CIS National’s Professional Development and Leadership training in Los Angeles! The goals of this track are for alumni to gain a greater understanding of – […]
This school year we have five Social Work (BSW) Interns from the University of Washington Tacoma and Pacific Lutheran University who are assisting our School Outreach Coordinators at Sequoyah, Illahee, Sacajawea, and Lakota Middle Schools, and Thomas Jefferson High School. The BASW interns are applying what they have learned in the classroom to help our […]
WHAT IS CHRONIC ABSENTEEISM? Every absence, excused or unexcused, is a learning opportunity lost and can have significant impacts on a student’s success in school and life. According to the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, A student who misses 10% or more of their school days, which amounts to 18 or more days in […]
Our AmeriCorps School Outreach Coordinator, Lanette Ava, at Thomas Jefferson High School, advises the school’s Pacific Islander Club. The Club recently performed at the school’s Multi-Cultural Night in-front of an audience of over 100 people.