Communities In Schools

A Catoosa County program to help students stay in school gets 290-thousand-dollars from the A-T-and T Aspire Initiative.
Communities in Schools is one of 30 programs receiving funds nationwide.
It supports student mentoring and helps students that might have trouble in the tradition track to succeed.
Communities in Schools will use the money to continue an intensive intervention classroom known as i-Fresh.
The funds will also allow the program to expand into three high schools… Plus a summer school STEM boot camp.

Categories: Local News, What’s Right With Our Schools

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