Communities In Schools Joins with Microsoft to Provide over One Million Students Free Office 365
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EdWeek.org: Poverty Data Signal Urgency for Schools
Students from low-income households have made up a rising share of the public school population for years, but their recent shift into the majority serves as an urgent signal to policymakers and schools to address the needs of poor children, and the challenges of educating them, researchers and educators say.

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Walmart Supports CIS of Florida
In October 2014, Walmart presented Communities In Schools (CIS) of Florida with a check for $25,000 for student empowerment.
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Pictured above at Walmart Foundation's Florida Day of Giving: Walmart Regional General Manager Jim Lewis; CISFL Board Member Dr. Jarik Conrad, Conrad Consulting; CISFL Board Member Colman Brodsky, Florida Blue.

Pictured right at the fall CISFL board of director's meeting: Board Member Michael Hicks, Walmart; Lois Gracey, CISFL State Director; Board Chair Frank Messersmith, FSM Associates; and Board Treasurer Guy Garbarino, The First Tee.
Bank of America Supports CIS of Florida
Bank of America presents Communities In Schools (CIS) of Florida with a check for $100,000.

Pictured: Lois Gracey (CISFL President/State Director), Martha Barrett (Bank of America), and Frank Messersmith (CISFL Board Chair).
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