We employ a variety of programs to ensure that every child receives the support and mentoring they need to succeed academically, socially, and emotionally.
Communities In Schools of Northeastern Nevada (CIS) is the local affiliate of the nation’s leading dropout prevention organization that believes every child has potential but may lack the opportunity to succeed. Communities In Schools places caring, well-trained, full-time employees in schools to build trusting relationships with students, assess their needs, and remove the barriers they face to learn and graduate. Communities In Schools of Nevada taps into a network of local organizations and businesses to meet student needs - literally bringing the community into the schools it serves. Communities In Schools serves more than 6,000 students in nine schools throughout the Elko and Humboldt County School Districts. For more information, please visit our website and follow us on our Facebook page.
For more information about the school-wide and individualized student services provided by CIS at Southside Elementary School, please contact our CIS staff members at CIS.
Site Coordinator Name: Nallely Reynoso
Site Coordinator School Phone Number/Extension - 2817
CIS Main Office Phone Number (775) 738-2783
Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged
What is Title I?
Title I, of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965, is the largest federal contribution to K–12 education. It consists of several funding streams for school districts and schools to supplement local educational programs and to help ensure that economically disadvantaged students are given the same opportunity to achieve state-defined academic standards as their peers.
In exchange for financial support, schools, districts, and states are held accountable for raising the academic performance of all students, narrowing the achievement gap between underachieving groups and their more advantaged peers, and enabling those most at risk to reach state academic standards.
The goal of Title I is a high-quality education for every child, so the program provides extra help to students who need it most. These are children who are the furthest from meeting the standards the state has set for all children. Title I resources are directed to schools with high percentages of at-risk students.
Title I Documents
A 21st Century Community Learning Center provides academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours for children, particularly students who attend high poverty and low performing schools.
The center helps students meet state and local educational standards in core academic subjects, mainly reading and math. It offers students a broad array of enrichment activities that complement their regular academic programs. The center also offers literacy and other educational services to the families of participating children.
Please call the school office or contact Monica Stevenson for more information.
A healthy body leads to a healthy mind. Southside believes that physical exercise and outside activities are essential to mental and psychological well-being. We encourage our students to be involved in activities outside of school hours. Check out these community programs: