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Sheyla Ramos

HIGHTLIGHTING OUR SENIORS: SHEYLA RAMOS Tell us about your high school experience? Sheyla Ramos’s favorite subject at Lexington Senior High School was Principles of Business and Finance, because she enjoyed

Join us Nov. 8!

Grab your running buddies and lace up for the second annual Lexington City Schools Backpack Program 5k Run/Walk! Runners and walkers will leave from the Davidson County Governmental Center at 8:30 a.m. on Nov. 8 (day-of

YMCA Partnership

New for the 2014/15 school year - mentors are invited to use the J. Smith Young YMCA facilities while accompanied by CIS-enrolled students! No membership is required and existing members will not be asked to use

Amazon Smile

Want to support Communities In Schools just by shopping at your favorite online retailer? Link your Amazon.com account to Amazon Smile! It’s easy and once your account is linked all you have to do is shop –

School supply drop-off locations

Several churches, businesses, and organizations have agreed to help Communities In Schools collect school supplies for the many deserving students who would otherwise be heading back to the classroom already a step behind their peers.

CIS mentor receives N.C. Governor’s award

Deneesha Edwards received the N.C. Governor's Award for Volunteer Service during the Lexington City School Board of Education meeting on May 6. On May 6, Communities In Schools of Lexington/Davidson County mentor, Deneesha

Mentor establishes bond through play

Vicki Lindow (third from left) enjoys a holiday celebration earlier this school year with her mentee, Darla (far right). On first glance, the sight of retired pediatric RN, Vicki Lindow playing in a

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