Communities In School

Communities In School

For more than 25 years, Communities In Schools has helped students choose success by ensuring their access to the “Five Basics:”

  1. A one-on-one relationship with a caring adult
  2. A safe place to learn and grow
  3. A healthy start and a healthy future
  4. A marketable skill to use upon graduation
  5. A chance to give back to peers and community

Each year, more than 2 million young people in 28 states have access to service through Communities In Schools.

Mission Statement:

The mission of Communities In Schools of Southeast Texas is to surround students with a community of support empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.

Vision Statement:

The vision of CISSET is to develop public/private partnerships to assist the educational system in keeping students in school through direct involvement with the student and the student’s family. The goal is to meet the individual needs of students by working closely in a coordinated and collaborative effort with school personnel, parents, families, volunteers, businesses, and social service agencies.

Forms:

English Version:
https://forms.gle/C6uiaPbq66yfYVLJA

Spanish Version:
https://forms.gle/PsLSoAd9tPvZuabo9

Contact:

Bob Hope School-Beaumont 
Alpha Mack
amack@cisset.org       
                   
 
Bob Hope School Elementary-Port Arthur        
Adrianna Lozano          
alozano@cisset.org

 
Bob Hope Middle School-Port Arthur 
Randi Easily
reasily@cisset.org


Bob Hope High School
Forest Johnson
djohnson@cisset.org