During the 2011-2012 school year, the Georgia Communities In Schools network of 42 CIS local network affiliates provided resources and services to students at 279 school and community-based sites throughout Georgia.
Students Served. During the school year, CIS programs provided services to a total of 124,904 Georgia students (unduplicated) throughout the course of the year. Support included intensive sustained services to 14,539 at-risk students in need of on-going supports and whole-school prevention services and short-term intervention services to 123,229 students.
Parent and Adult Service. CIS affiliates provide support to adults in their communities as a way to support schools and students. Adult services during 2011-2012 included:
direct services (such as parent education) to 11,560 parents;
parent engagement support services to 40,233 parents;
services to over 2,000 other adults in CIS communities.
Volunteer Resources. CIS affiliates work to bring volunteer resources to support students and schools. CIS efforts during 2011-2012 y1elded:
1,751 mentors for students;
1,661 tutors for students;
2,833 other volunteers providing services such as enrichment;
82,926 hours of community volunteer services to students and schools;
47,080 hours of service by CIS AmeriCorps and VISTA Volunteers to their CIS communities;
130,006 total hours of volunteer support in CIS communities.
In all, volunteer service contributions of $2,878,333 as estimated by Independent Sector.