Communities In Schools of Western Nevada Presents Inaugural Tee Off for Kids, May 20
Communities In Schools of Western Nevada (CIS), part of the nation’s leading evidence-based stay-in-school organization, announces the inaugural Tee Off for Kids golf tournament fundraiser on Saturday, May 20. Proceeds from the 18-hole tournament will benefit the nearly 9,000 students across Washoe County served by CIS, which closes educational opportunity gaps for our students, empowering them to stay on track for a successful future.
Individual players are $125 and foursomes and hole sponsor are $500. To register a team, sponsorship opportunities or for more information, visit https://www.cisnevada.org/event/tee-off-for-kids-golf-tournament/.
In Western Nevada, CIS helps support nearly 9,000 students at 13 schools across Washoe County School District, including Anderson Elementary School, Booth Elementary School, Desert Skies Middle School, Duncan Elementary School, Hug High School, Juniper Elementary School, Mathews Elementary School, Natchez Elementary School, Palmer Elementary School, Sparks High School, Sparks Middle School, Traner Middle School and Vaugh Middle School.
CIS places full-time caring adults, called site coordinators in Title I and high-needs schools to support students with resources and connections to community services inside the school. CIS’s long-term vision is for every child enrolled in a Title I or high-needs school to have access to a CIS site coordinator and the evidence-based Integrated Student Supports model, more commonly known as wraparound services.