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Once the school year ends in June, Communities in Schools will no longer offer Fee-Based Before and Afterschool Childcare or Summer Camp.
The bond between a father and daughter is huge. In fact, a male role model has a huge impact on children regardless of the relationship.
It's almost that time of year for little girls to feel like a princess. Communities in Schools is hosting their annual Little Princess Ball in February.
Brunswick County Teen Court is a partnership program between Communities In Schools and the Brunswick County District Attorney’s Office.
The Communities in Schools before and after-school program in Brunswick County is still operating, despite a low number at two schools.
If you're a high school student in Brunswick County, you can get a hands-on experience with the judicial system.
All other CIS programs will operate as normal. CIS will continue offering our 21st Century After School programs at Jessie Mae Monroe and Supply Elementary Schools for children in 2nd and 3rd grade and at Cedar Grove and Shallotte Middle Schools. CIS continues to provide the Action for Success (dropout prevention) Program services in five middle schools, Peer Court, Teen Court, and community Parenting Education Programs throughout Brunswick County.
Some after school programs in Brunswick County have waiting lists after a surprise announcement from Communities in Schools yesterday.
If you're looking to give some of your free time to students in Brunswick County Schools, here's what you need to know.