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FOR CURRENT INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT THE FAMILY CONNECTION-COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS OF ATHENS WEB SITE AT fc-cis.org. A community working together for all children to succeed in school and in life. In Athens, Family Connection and Communities In Schools are the same organization. It is a partnership of ninety organizations working with families to research the needs of children and families in our community, and to work together to address those needs. Family Connection-Communities In Schools of Athens is the official planning and coordinating body for services for children and families in the community. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEB SITE AT fc-cis.org.

About Family Connection
We are part of Family Connection, a Georgia statewide initiative of 159 community collaborative partnerships committed to making measurable improvements for children and families in Georgia.   
Healthy Children
School Readiness
School Success
Self-Sufficient Families
Strong Communities
   
    Family Connection-Communities In Schools of Athens
Region: 5

Mailing Address: 
PO Box 1904
Athens, GA  30603-1904

    Coordinator
Tim  Johnson
Phone: (706) 369-9732
   
  
  
  
  
Athens-Clarke County Family Connection-Communities In Schools is a Promise Neighborhoods Grant Recipient
We found out on Tuesday, September 21 that we were one of only 21 grant recipients for the Federal Promise Neighborhoods Program!  For more information click on the "Read More" link below.
   
Paul Tough, Author, mentions WIT in blog
Author of Whatever It Takes, Paul Tough, mentioned Family Connection/Communities In Schools "Whatever It Takes" initiative in his blog:  http://paultough.com/wordpress/
   
Annual Meeting 2010

Nearly 60 community partners attended our Annual Meeting and heard inspiring words.

   
Education Matters Weekly radio show by CCSD
Weekly radio show called “Education Matters."
   
Early Learning results
Dr. Stacy Neuharth-Pritchett (UGA) presented data on outcomes from Clarke County School District Office of Early Learning programs at a recent meeting of the Early Care & Education Team.