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We believe greatness exists in every kid.  And with every step we take together, we help students find strength, and the confidence to look within and see what we see – a bright future just waiting to be realized.

Connecting Leaders

CISNC is made up of 20 independent organizations working in 300+ schools to help students. We do our best work when we connect and support each other. Check out our network.

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Make Bullying History

CISNC empowers the fearful to become fearless by working to help students find their own voice and their own place at school. When we stomp out bullying, all kids thrive.

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Plugging In

High school graduates earn 40% more and live 5 years longer. In NC, 0.7% of CIS students drop out of school as compared to 2.18% of all NC students. We’re plugging kids in to their futures. Learn more about our impact.

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Are you all in for kids?

Are you all in for kids? What’s really happening with a student? It takes a caring adult to build a relationship and peel back the many layers to put the puzzle together. Learn how we use relationship-building, goal-setting and proven interventions to help students succeed. We do whatever it takes to ensure students succeed.

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CIS Chatham County@CISChatham
Surrounding students with a network of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life!
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@CISChatham: Week 3 is in the books!

Ingredients included @FoodShuttle + @CookingMatters + @GreenPandaFarms + @ChathamMiddle + our extra special #volunteers

We made chicken stir fry, fruit and yogurt smoothies, and fresh garden salads!

Couldn't have had more fun! #allinforkids #silercity https://t.co/OztznkXXrm
It is #ResilienceWeek and tonight (Nov. 19) @publicmediaNC will air @DocResilience at 8pm. What are adverse childhood experiences and how do they have lasting impacts on our North Carolina students? Check it out tonight. #AllInForKids @CISNational https://t.co/iiM7kEXAcg
Getting students back in the building is just step one—next comes fostering a positive school climate so that they want to stay. | A Two-Step Process for Reducing Chronic Absenteeism via @edutopia: #AllinForKids https://t.co/mUO2WsdcR7
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Bringing the #NeighborhoodofGood to communities in North & South Carolina. kim.conyers.gpqc@statefarm.com
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@SF_KimConyers: Proud to have such a great partner in supporting student success. Thank you @mattiecstewart and @cisnc for arranging a great #ChoiceBus tour. https://t.co/MD0BbWosRY
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CIS Durham@cisdurham
CIS of Durham's mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
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@cisdurham: We're proud of our Hillside students receiving perfect attendance during the 1st School Quarter. You can help support students to stay on track to graduate and achieve their goals by donating to our #givingtuesday campaign. #CISDChangeMaker #allinforkids https://t.co/1gxTRLQuP2 https://t.co/mXYSOxue1s
Thankful this Friday for this CIS student support specialist who got involved in spirit week with his students! #AllinForKids @HCS_NCTA https://t.co/9I2XzEJWY1
#TBT to Tuesday when the @mattiecstewart Choice Bus visited @HCS_NCTA! "I think having this experience will enhance our students [lives]. Not only as they grow into adulthood, [but] their choices will be more favorable for things that affect them in a positive outlook!" https://t.co/AAkeRKS8WI
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CIS Chatham County@CISChatham
Surrounding students with a network of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life!
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@CISChatham: Great event! Thanks @CMSfeelgood for all of your hard work! https://t.co/ASPGlMAbfG
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CIS Durham@cisdurham
CIS of Durham's mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
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@cisdurham: Students in our 21st CCLC after-school program at Merrick-Moore learn about character development in writing through their group leader's discussion about the Tuskegee Airmen. https://t.co/YFQzep3P1y
Preventing bullying in the early grades starts with fostering an environment that is safe for all students. | Building a Supportive Classroom Community in Early Childhood, via @edutopia. #AllinForKids https://t.co/ypqNz7eUxT