Empower our students,
Secure their futures.

Join us in enriching the lives of students in Milledgeville-Baldwin County, both at home and in the classroom.

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

About Us

Learn more about our mission and how we work to change the lives of students in Milledgeville-Baldwin County

Get Involved

Whether you’re looking to donate your time or financial resources, we’re happy to get you plugged in at CIS. Learn how you can give back today!

Bee Well Clinic

Our Bee Well Clinic is a school-based primary care clinic serving students and employees of BCSD and their families. 

Keep your students engaged with our new
Virtual Reading Library!

Enjoy dozens of books at no cost read by our wonderful volunteers!

Student Success Lasts a Lifetime

Last year, our national efforts resulted in the following:

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Meet one of our new Site Coordinators, Tammie Shinholster! Tammie is the Site Coordinator for Midway Hills Academy. When asked what she is most excited about in becoming a Site Coordinator, she said “As Site Coordinator I am most excited about bringing support to students and surrounding them with care. My goal is to make a difference by providing ‘out of the box’ activities that will bring out their best potential in school and beyond.” See MoreSee Less
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Check out Claire Gilland Brigner, Site Coordinator at Lakeview Primary, supporting her child at his school Midway Hills Academy through PTO! See MoreSee Less
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Today’s Site Coordinator spotlight is again on Lakeview Primary School‘s Claire Brigner! Mrs. Brigner says her favorite subject in elementary school was science! She is a hands on learner and loved all of the experiments, lessons and experiences! To celebrate and honor Dr. King, Mrs. Brigner tells us that "our teachers used a variety of resources to learn about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. ranging from Studies Weekly, Epic, read ‘Martin’s Big Words’ by Doreen Rappaport, listened to parts of his ‘I Have a Dream’ speech and watched ‘Our Friend Martin’. Teachers and their students had discussions about the students thoughts. Some different ways that teachers followed up, is having the students think of ways they could show kindness and love to everyone, discussing how we are the same despite our differences, how could the students honor and show ways of kindness to others, drew pictures to illustrate how we would help Dr. King achieve peace, reasearched why he is so important and why we have a holiday to celebrate his memory and also colored a picture of MLK and wrote in a speech bubble – My dream is for….Mrs. Brigner is picture here in her office ready for her students!#cislps See MoreSee Less
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