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    99% of CIS Students in grades K-11 were promoted
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    95% Eligible CIS student graduation rate
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    95% CIS students show improved academic achievement
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    4,500 3rd grade students attend a Fayetteville Symphony concert
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    “Every $1 invested in the CIS model produces increased graduation rates & an average of $11.60 in economic impact for local communities”
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    “We are fortunate to have such a strong voice advocating for the students in Cumberland County.”
    - Dr. Frank Till, Superintendent, Cumberland County Schools

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Chaundrika’s Story

Chaundrika had trouble adjusting to middle school and  was known as a bully.  Her guidance counselor referred her to CIS, hoping that engaging her in positive activities would help.  

MJ’s Story

MJ, a military brat, came to Fuller PLC to focus on academics and avoid risky behavior at his home high school.  He was reluctant, but his father insisted.  

February/March: Reality U

Bill Harrison Scholarship

Oct/Nov: Teacher Mini Grants

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To surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.