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Communities In Schools (CIS) of Chicago isa nonprofit organization dedicated topromoting high school graduation in Chicago.In the 2019-20 school year, our team positivelyimpacted the lives of 59,254 Chicago Public Schoolsstudents, surrounding them with a community ofsupport and empowering them to stay in school andachieve in life.CIS of Chicago works in schools and beyond.We do whatever it takes to make sure that studentsand school communities have the resources theyneed to succeed.We do not do this work alone. We do it inpartnership with the members of every schoolcommunity we serve because no one has a greaterstake in our students’ success than they do.2020 posed many challenges to our students andfamilies, from the COVID-19 pandemic to racialinjustice and economic uncertainty, and our teamrose to these challenges.Thanks to our multifaceted work with schools,administrators, and community partners, studentsare healthier, their lives are enriched, and theyare better equipped to handle conflicts and makehealthy decisions that support their learning – andultimately – their graduation.

Every Student Must GraduateStudent dropout is a process,not an event. It can start as earlyas elementary school, when achild is bullied. It can begin inadolescence, when a student’sebbing self-esteem undercutstheir confidence to learn. It canemerge after a traumatic event– the death of a loved one, thesudden loss of a parent’s job,or even the onset of a globalpandemic – making it hard for astudent to maintain goodattendance and grades. If timelysupport is not provided, even themost tenacious student can bediverted from the path to highschool graduation andpost-secondary success.Communities In Schools ofChicago empowers studentsto stay in school and graduate.During 2020-21, our organizationwill ensure that more than 50,000Chicago Public Schools (CPS)students receive the supportthey need to learn, stay engagedin school, and succeed in life.We carry out our work throughtwo core programs – both ofwhich we have successfullyadapted during the remotelearning period (implementedby Chicago Public Schools inresponse to COVID-19). Our PartnershipProgram links our 175school partners with a rangeof no-cost programs in artsenrichment, behavioral andmental health, college andcareer readiness, andphysical health andwellness. Our Intensive Programembeds a master’s levelprofessional in 30 of the175 school communitiesto provide supportiveguidance, goal-setting,and other interventions totargeted students who areoff-track in their attendance,behavior, and grades.Research shows that whenelementary and high schoolstudents receive essentialsupports like these, they dobetter in math and reading andare more likely to graduate fromhigh school prepared for furtherlife success.Based on recent trends,it’s reasonable to expectthat more than 4,000 of thisyear’s CPS ninth graderswill not graduate withinfive years.17.5%82.5%The five-year high schoolgraduation rate in Chicago isnow 82.5 percent for allstudents. However, that rate isnot even across all schoolpopulations.CIS of Chicago prioritizes working incommunities where students are morelikely to be among those struggling tograduate within five years.

In the 2020-21 school year,we are working with 175school partners, including: 145 PartnershipProgram sites, whereour team collaborates withCPS staff to coordinatecommunity partnerprograms and servicesdirectly to students, and 30 Intensive Programsites, where a full-timeCIS of Chicago StudentSupports Manager isembedded to supportstudents, families, and theentire school community.Programs and intensive supportwill be provided by phone, viaonline platforms, or in-person,depending upon school districtpolicies regarding remotelearning instruction andattendance guidelines related tothe COVID-19 pandemic.

By the CommunityPartnersStudent SupportsManagersIn 2020-21, ourorganization will support50,000 Chicagopublic school students.1,425 of these studentswill benefit from intensivesupport and counselingprovided by a CIS ofChicago team member.CIS of Chicago works withschool leaders across thecity to connect neededsupport programs andservices, provided by astrong network ofcommunity partners.We assess school prioritiesand then meet those needswith community partnerservices.These partners includenonprofits, corporations,cultural institutions, socialservice agencies, andcaring individuals. Our teamprovides partners withprofessional developmentand coordinates with themto provide programs andother resources to schoolsat no cost.These master’s levelprofessionals work inschools and beyond toprovide intensive supportto students struggling withacademics, attendance,behavior, orsocial-emotional learningchallenges.

In June 2020, principalsand other school leadersresponded to our annualpartnership survey about theimpact of CIS of Chicago. 97 percent reported thatsince partnering with CISof Chicago, their schoolaccesses more neededservices. 84 percent reported thatthe services that CIS ofChicago connects helpsstudents stay on trackacademically.Of the students we havesupported with ongoingintensive support since2009, fewer than 1 percentdropped out.An estimated 97 percenteither graduated or werepromoted to the next grade.

Our Theory of ChangeWHAT WE DOHOW WE DO ITSHORT-TERMOUTCOMESLONG-TERMOUTCOMESProvide essentialsupports according tostudent needPartnership Program:Connect essentialservices and programsDevelop social,emotional, andacademic competenciesReducedropout rateASPIRATIONALVISIONEvery publicschool studentin Chicagograduates fromhigh schoolprepared tosucceedDevelop studentrelationships withcaring adultsIntensive Program:Directly support studentswith high needImprove attendance,behavior, coursework,proficiency, and gradepromotionIncreasegraduation rate

School Partners 2020-21Acero Charter Schools—Brighton Park ElementarySchoolAcero Charter Schools—RufinoTamayoAcero Charter Schools—Sor JuanaInés de la CruzJane Addams Elementary SchoolAriel Community AcademyPhilip D. Armour Elementary SchoolYCCS Association House HighSchool*Mariano Azuela Elementary SchoolJohn Barry Elementary SchoolBeasley Academic CenterBeethoven Elementary SchoolHiram H. Belding Elementary SchoolDaniel Boone Elementary SchoolBowen High SchoolNorman Bridge Elementary SchoolOrville T. Bright Elementary SchoolWilliam H. Brown Math & ScienceMagnet SchoolCharles S. Brownell ElementarySchoolMilton Brunson Math and ScienceSpecialty SchoolBurnham/Anthony Mathematics &Science AcademyDaniel R. Cameron ElementarySchoolMarvin Camras Elementary SchoolLázaro Cárdenas ElementarySchoolRachel Carson Elementary SchoolCatalyst Circle Rock CharterSchoolWilla Cather Elementary SchoolThomas Chalmers SpecialtyElementary SchoolSalmon P. Chase Elementary SchoolCesar E. Chavez MulticulturalAcademic CenterChicago Collegiate Charter SchoolWalter S. Christopher SchoolCICS Ralph Ellison High SchoolCICS West Belden ElementarySchoolClaremont Academy ElementarySchoolMichele Clark AcademicPreparatory High SchoolHenry Clay Elementary SchoolGrover Cleveland Elementary SchoolJohnnie Colemon AcademyColumbia Explorers AcademyChristopher Columbus ElementarySchoolDaniel J. Corkery Elementary SchoolCourtenay Elementary LanguageArts CenterCrown Community AcademyCharles R. Darwin ElementarySchoolNathan S. Davis Elementary SchoolOscar DePriest Elementary SchoolEverett McKinley DirksenElementary SchoolArthur Dixon Elementary SchoolJames R. Doolittle, Jr.Elementary SchoolJohn B. Drake Elementary SchoolW.E.B. DuBois Elementary SchoolJohn F. Eberhart ElementarySchoolRichard Edwards Elementary SchoolErie Elementary Charter SchoolEdward Everett Elementary SchoolEvergreen Academy Middle SchoolMichael Faraday Elementary SchoolDavid G. Farragut Career HighSchoolEugene Field Elementary SchoolEdwin G. Foreman College andCareer AcademyGage Park High SchoolStephen F. Gale CommunityAcademyGalileo Scholastic AcademyMatthew Gallistel ElementaryLanguage AcademyMarcus Moziah Garvey ElementarySchoolGeorge Washington ElementarySchoolGeorge Washington HighSchoolJ.W. von Goethe Elementary SchoolAlexander Graham ElementarySchoolNathanael Greene ElementarySchoolRobert L. Grimes Elementary SchoolVirgil Grissom Elementary SchoolFrank W. Gunsaulus ScholasticAcademyJohn C. Haines Elementary SchoolNathan Hale Elementary SchoolJohn H. Hamline Elementary SchoolHanson Park Elementary SchoolHarold Washington ElementarySchoolHelga A. Haugan Elementary SchoolStephen K. Hayt ElementarySchoolHelen M. Hefferan ElementarySchoolCharles R. Henderson ElementarySchoolPatrick Henry Elementary SchoolCharles N. Holden ElementarySchoolCharles Evans Hughes ElementarySchoolWashington Irving ElementarySchoolScott Joplin Elementary SchoolJordan Community SchoolJoseph Jungman Elementary SchoolThomas Kelly College PreparatoryHigh SchoolJoshua D. Kershaw ElementarySchoolJoyce Kilmer Elementary SchoolDr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Academyof Social JusticeJohn H. Kinzie Elementary SchoolRudyard Kipling Elementary SchoolAnna R. Langford CommunityAcademyLEARN Charter School RomanButler CampusLEARN Charter Excel CampusRichard Henry Lee ElementarySchoolLegacy Charter SchoolGeorge Leland Elementary SchoolLeslie Lewis Elementary SchoolArthur A. Libby Elementary SchoolLittle Village AcademyAlain Locke Charter AcademyHorace Mann ElementarySchoolJohn L. Marsh ElementarySchoolStephen T. Mather High SchoolBenjamin E. Mays ElementaryAcademyGeorge B. McClellan ElementarySchoolGenevieve Melody ElementarySchoolArnold Mireles ElementaryAcademyEllen Mitchell Elementary SchoolIrvin C. Mollison Elementary SchoolDonald Morrill Math & ScienceElementary SchoolJohn B. Murphy Elementary SchoolNew Sullivan Elementary SchoolNicholson Technology AcademyWilliam P. Nixon ElementarySchoolAlfred Nobel Elementary SchoolThe Ogden International School ofChicago – Jenner CampusOgden International High School*James Otis World LanguageAcademyJohn Palmer Elementary SchoolLouis Pasteur Elementary SchoolFerdinand Peck Elementary School

Perspectives Charter–Rodney D.Joslin CampusPerspectives Charter Math andScience Academy High SchoolPerspectives Charter LeadershipAcademy High SchoolPerspectives Charter High School ofTechnologyPhoenix Military Academy HighSchoolBrian Piccolo School of ExcellencePilsen Community AcademyAdam Clayton Powell PaideiaCommunity Academy ElementarySchoolA. Philip Randolph ElementarySchoolWilliam Claude Reavis ElementarySchoolTheodore Roosevelt High SchoolRowe Elementary SchoolMartha Ruggles Elementary SchoolRyder Math and Science SpecialtySchoolAlbert R. Sabin Magnet SchoolEdward E. Sadlowski ElementarySchoolSocorro Sandoval ElementarySchoolMaria Saucedo ElementaryScholastic AcademySidney Sawyer SchoolMark Sheridan Math and ScienceAcademySherman School of ExcellenceJesse Sherwood Elementary SchoolJohn D. Shoop Math-ScienceTechnical Academy ElementarySchoolMark T. Skinner Elementary SchoolJohn M. Smyth Elementary SchoolEric Solorio Academy High SchoolSouth Loop Elementary SchoolSouthside Occupational HighSchoolJohn Spry Community SchoolCharles P. Steinmetz AcademicCentreAdlai E. Stevenson ElementarySchoolStone Scholastic AcademyHarriet Beecher Stowe DualLanguage SchoolGeorge B. Swift Specialty SchoolDouglas Taylor Elementary SchoolTelpochcalli Elementary SchoolGeorge W. Tilton Elementary SchoolEnrico Tonti Elementary SchoolTurner-Drew Language AcademyUplift Community High SchoolJacqueline VaughnOccupational High SchoolAlessandro Volta Elementary SchoolCarl Von Linne Elementary SchoolJohn A. Walsh Elementary SchoolJames Ward Elementary SchoolDaniel Webster ElementarySchoolOliver S. Westcott ElementarySchoolJohn Whistler Elementary SchoolEdward H. White Career Academy*Indicates schools that have initiatedpartnership with CIS of Chicago in2020-21.Bolded font indicates an IntensiveProgram site.

In the 2019-20 school year,we worked with 165community partners whoseimpact led to: 59,254 students supported 996 programs connectedto CPS schools acrossChicago 3,966 students and familiesreceived basic needs itemsOur Student SupportsManagers providedcounseling, goal-setting,and social-emotionalskill-building to 1,317students at our IntensiveProgram school sites.99 percent of thesestudents graduated or werepromoted to the next grade.NONE dropped out.

Community Partners 2019-20CIS of Chicago workswith a deep networkof nonprofits, culturalinstitutions, socialservice agencies,and individuals fromacross Chicagoland.We call theseorganizations ourcommunity partners.These partners willcollaborate with ourorganization thisyear — in person andonline, depending onschool attendanceguidelines inresponse to thepandemic — to helpempower 50,000 CPSstudents to stay onthe path tograduation.ARTSENRICHMENTAbrahamic Center for CulturalEducationAmerican Blues TheaterAmerican Writers Museum*Art EncounterArt Institute of ChicagoAuditorium TheatreChicago Architecture CenterChicago Children’s TheatreChicago Humanities FestivalChicago Jazz PhilharmonicChicago Opera TheaterChicago Youth Symphony OrchestraCinema/Chicago – ChicagoInternational Film FestivalGirls Rock! Chicago*Goodman Theatre*Guitars Over Guns OrganizationIgnition Community GlassInternational Music FoundationJaclyn Silverman*Jazz at Lincoln CenterJoffrey BalletLyric Opera of ChicagoMarwenMuseum of Contemporary ArtNational Museum of Mexican ArtNational Veterans Art MuseumNorth Shore Center for thePerforming Arts*Northlight TheatreOld Town School of Folk MusicOriental InstitutePoetry FoundationPro Football Hall of Fame*Reva and David Logan Center forthe ArtsShift Englewood Youth OrchestraSilk Road RisingSkyARTSmart Museum of ArtSteppenwolf Theatre CompanyStorycatchers TheatreThe Major Lift*The Negaunee Music Institute at theChicago Symphony OrchestraThe Theatre School at DePaul*Wellness for EveryoneWriters TheatreBEHAVIORAL ANDMENTAL HEALTHAfrican American Family ResearchInstituteAll For KidzBetween FriendsBulldog Solution, Inc.Bullying Prevention Awareness 365Care2Prevent at the University ofChicagoCatholic CharitiesChicago Alliance Against SexualExploitationChicago Behavioral Hospital*Chicago Chess Foundation*Chicago Children’s Center forBehavioral HealthChicago Police DepartmentChicago Psychoanalytic Institute’sChild Grief Services ProgramChiro One Wellness CentersChristopher HouseCivic Leadership Foundation*Cook County State’s AttorneyDetective Lester RodgersErika’s Lighthouse*Escape ArtistryFree Lunch AcademyIllinois Holocaust Museum &Education CenterInsight Project for KidsK.W.O.E. FoundationLutheran Social Services of Illinois*Mujeres Latinas en Acción*NAMI ChicagoNancy Gardner, LCSWNational Indo-American Museum*Positive Coaching AllianceResilienceSandie Johnson, LCSWSelah FreedomThe Anti-Defamation LeagueThe Nora Project*The Peace ExchangeThe Schools GroupTravis Manion FoundationUCANUniversity of Illinois ExtensionWhite SoxWillow HouseYWCA Metropolitan ChicagoCOLLEGE ANDCAREERREADINESS826CHIAARP Experience CorpsAbrahamic Center for CulturalEducationAmerican Writers Museum*Big Brothers Big Sisters ofMetropolitan ChicagoBottom Line*Capital OneCareer Speaker SeriesChicago Area Health EducationCenter at Health and MedicinePolicy Research Group*Chicago Blackhawks*Chicago Children’s MuseumChicago FireChickTechCook County Farm BureauCredit Abuse Resistance Education(CARE)*DuSable Museum of AfricanAmerican HistoryEast Village Youth ProgramField MuseumField Trip FactoryFuture Founders FoundationGirl Up*Girls Who CodeIllinois Green Alliance*Continued

“Partnerships buildcommunity and strengthenrelationships. They makeour organization strongerand more equipped to facechallenges.During the difficulties thatarose during the last year,the Partnership Programteam leaned into ourdetermination andunrelenting perseverance,reminding ourselves thatwhen things get hard, weget to be there forstudents, for schools, andfor our communitypartners.Rising to meet the recentchallenges and readyingfor what’s next is what ourteam does — and willalways do — for studentsin Chicago.”—Robin Koelsch, SeniorDirector of Partnerships

Illinois Holocaust Museum &Education CenterIllinois Safe Schools Alliance ofPHIMCInternational Children’s MediaCenterJunior AchievementKids First ChicagoLIFT – Chicago*Literacy WorksMath MotivatorsMetropolitan Water ReclamationDistrict of Greater ChicagoMuseum of Science and IndustryNorth Park Village Nature CenterNortherly IslandPeggy Notebaert Nature MuseumRichard J. Daley College*Shedd AquariumSitStayReadSparkShop*StoryBusUniversity of Chicago Basketball*US Army Corps of EngineersWhite SoxWorking In The Schools (WITS)PHYSICAL HEALTHAND WELLNESSAdvocate Children’s HospitalAgeless EyecareAmerican Red Cross of GreaterChicagoASAPBig GreenCDPH – Immunization ProgramChicago Blackhawks*Chicago Children’s Advocacy CenterChicago Department ofTransportationChicago Fire DepartmentChicago Police DepartmentChicago Run*Chicago Women’s Health CenterCommon ThreadsCommunityHealthConnecTeen*Cook County Farm BureauDelta Dental of IllinoisErie Family Health CenterField Trip FactoryGirls in the GameGreen City Market and the LincolnPark ZooHaymarket CenterHealth SquadIllinois Liquor Control CommissionIllinois Safe Schools Alliance ofPHIMCImagination TheaterLensCraftersMobile Care ChicagoNorwegian American HospitalPlanned Parenthood of IllinoisPrinceton Vision ClinicResilienceRespiratory Health AssociationResponse for TeensRobert Crown Centers for HealthEducationSelah FreedomSt. Bernard HospitalThe Oral Health ForumTropical OpticalUIC College of DentistryUniversity of Illinois ExtensionVision Service PlanVisionworksWellness for EveryoneYWCA Metropolitan Chicago*Partners new to the CIS of Chicagonetwork in 2019-20.

“Our team has always innovated tosupport students. When thepandemic hit in March, weshifted to an even higher gear.Our Intensive Program teamquickly adapted its one-on-onework with students to onlineplatforms and built out an arrayof essential new processes tosupport its work. Our PartnershipProgram team converted itstrainings for schools andcommunity partners to web-basedevents and worked with ourprogram providers to navigate thenew virtual schoolscape.And in response to the economicfallout from the pandemic, whichhas hit hard many of thecommunities we serve, our entireorganization has rallied to helpour students and families accessessential needs items, like schoolsupplies, health and hygieneproducts, and direct cashassistance.”—B.E. St. John, Chief Innovationand Communications Officer

Our Expected Impact in 2020-21 50,000 students supported 900 connected services 175 school partners 150 community partners 1,425 targeted students case-managed 1,350 from Intensive Partnerschools 75 from the Freshmen Risinginitiative**CIS of Chicago currently embeds sevenStudent Supports Managers in high schools.In 2020-21, our team is increasing itssupport for incoming high school studentsby launching a new Freshmen Risinginitiative. Students enrolled in the initiativewill receive ongoing guidance andstructured lessons to build theirsocial-emotional learning skills.Research shows that students who areacademically successful in ninth grade aremuch more likely to graduate on time. 95% of seniors graduate on time 95% of K-11 students promoted tothe next grade

cisofchicago.org 312.829.2475815 W. Van Buren Street, Suite 300Chicago, IL 60607

Stephen K. Hayt Elementary School Helen M. Hefferan Elementary School Charles R. Henderson Elementary School Patrick Henry Elementary School Charles N. Holden Elementary School Charles Evans Hughes Elementary School Washington Irving Elementary School Scott Joplin Elementary School Jordan Community School Joseph Jungman Elementary School

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