Please join us at our Celebration Luncheon as we celebrate this historic achievement of serving the Rome/Floyd community!  See below for ticket information as well as Sponsorship opportunities. All proceeds facilitate student services and programs.

*Thank you to our sponsors listed below*

 

EVENT:                              CIS 25th Silver Anniversary Celebration Luncheon

DATE/TIME:                      March 15, 2019; 12 pm

LOCATION:                       North Rome Church of God; 1929 N. Broad Street

 

INDIVIDUAL TICKETS

_____   Individual Ticket ($25)  Payment is required in advance. Attendees may pick up tickets at the event or have them delivered or mailed

INDIVIDUAL SPONSORSHIP

_____    Friend of CIS ($100)                                    
*1 (One) Celebration Luncheon Event ticket
*Your name will be printed in the event program and displayed on the CIS website

*MRS. ELAINE ABERCROMBIE

*BOWEN AND ASSOCIATES

*DARLINGTON SCHOOL

*FLOYD MEDICAL CENTER PHYSICAL THERAPY AND REHABILITATION

*MR. AND MRS. FRANCO AND JENNIFER PERKINS

*RIVER CITY BANK

*ROME FLOYD COMMISSION ON CHILDREN AND YOUTH

*SMOOTHIE KING

*MR. AND MRS. JOHN AND LANEY STEVENSON

 

_____    Honorary Friend of CIS ($1000)                  
*4 (Four) Celebration Luncheon Event tickets
*Your name will be printed in the event program and displayed on the CIS website
*Public recognition in all PR (print and media) opportunities (pre- and post-event)
*_____ (Optional) A CIS Student Award will be named in your honor (or a loved one) for perpetuity.  Friend determines the specifics in terms of Award structure (criteria, recipient, etc.) CIS will handle the logistics.

*MR. AND MRS. DAVID AND DENISE NEWBY

 

CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP

_____    Gold Corporate Sponsor ($500)                      
*2 (Two) Celebration Luncheon Event tickets
*Company name printed in the event program and displayed on the CIS website
*Public recognition in all PR (print and media) opportunities (pre- and post-event)

*MR. FRANK BARRON

*GEORGIA POWER COMPANY

*REDMOND REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER 

*ROME CITY SCHOOLS

 

_____    Platinum Corporate Sponsor ($750)                
*4 (Four) Celebration Luncheon Event tickets
*Company name printed in the event program and displayed on the CIS website
*Public recognition in all PR (print and media) opportunities (pre- and post-event)
*Company/Organizational Logo on Event Banner (Banner will serve as the backdrop in the Event Photo Area where pictures will be taken and posted on CIS website and social media)

_____    Honorary Corporate Sponsor ($1000)             
*6 (Six) Celebration Luncheon Event tickets
*Company name printed in the event program and displayed on the CIS website
*Public recognition in all PR (print and media) opportunities (pre- and post-event)
*Company/Organizational Logo on Event Banner (Banner will serve as the backdrop in the Event Photo Area where pictures will be taken and posted on CIS website and social media)
*_____ (Optional) A CIS Student Award will be named in your company’s honor for perpetuity. Your company determines the specifics in terms of Award structure (criteria, recipient, etc.) CIS will handle the logistics

*PROFILE CUSTOM EXTRUSIONS

*SHROPSHIRE & HERSHEY CONSULTING

 

In September, 1993, CIS of Rome-Floyd County began student services programming! Since that time, we have impacted so many lives through our community and educational efforts.

Total Students Served:                            16,708
Mentored Students and Mentors:            7,073
Total Volunteers:                                         9,792
Total Volunteer Hours:                           176,898

                     

Communities in Schools serves Floyd County Schools and Rome City Schools!  

CIS is the nation’s largest and most effective organization dedicated to keeping students in school. We consider collaboration to be our major currency in partnering with organizations and companies to serve our students, our schools, and our community. Far too many young people are not reaching their full potential and goals. And, often times, schools are not equipped to deal with the multi-layered and complex issues of today’s youth. As such, Communities In Schools of Rome-Floyd is here to help!

CIS Mission

The CIS Mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.

CIS Vision

The CIS Vision is that all students in Rome and Floyd County will graduate from high school ready for college or work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The “Community” Aspect of CIS

CIS attempts to build a community of support in schools by placing Site Coordinators in the building. They work in concert with administration, faculty, and staff to address student attendance, behavior, and academic progress which is based on a pre-determined case plan. Additionally, this professional provides school-wide services based on an annual needs assessment.   

Every 26 seconds a student drops out of school.  That equates to about 7,000 a day. Annually, that is approximately 1.2 million students that begin their adult life in a deficient situation. They are many barriers that contribute to this phenomena, several of which relate to non-academic factors.  Following is a sampling of what our Site Coordinators may offer to CIS students:   

Individual and Group Mentoring:  CIS has partnered with reputable community groups like Georgia Power, the 100 Black Men, and Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority, and Omega Psi Phi fraternity to act as mentors for our male and female students.

Parent Involvement: We sponsor events like Donuts for Dads and Muffins for Moms to promote parental involvement and to recruit potential mentors and volunteers. 

Community Service: We place importance on exposing our students to opportunities where they gain an understanding and appreciation for the world around them by providing ways to give back.

Personal Growth and Development: We facilitate students building leadership and life skills, explore career options, attend college fairs and field trips, and participate in shadowing experiences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Partners

CIS could not have thrived over the past 25 years and currently without a substantial amount of community support! Whether it’s in-kind support, grant assistance, or financial donations, these companies and organizations have made it possible for us to do our work for the students in Rome and Floyd County!

100 Black Men of Rome-Northwest Georgia Georgia Northwestern Technical College Kroger Floyd-Gordon     Employer Committee HON Corporation Georgia Highlands College
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Georgia Power Company Logical Systems Publix Floyd County Sheriff’s Department Rome-Floyd County Commission on Children and Youth
Floyd County Schools Goodwill Career Center Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Georgia Northwestern Technical College Rome City Schools International Paper