Good Morning America recently ran a piece for Father’s Day, centering on a Community School Coordinator in Philadelphia. We are so grateful to all of our Community School Directors, for doing this same work in our own community and having a powerful influence on the future of our kids. And to all of our fathers, […]

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Holmes STEM Academy boys in the “Boys are Future Men” mentoring program were able to attend a Lansing Lugnuts game. We are so proud of our young men for working towards their goals throughout the school year. We also thank all of the male mentors at Holmes for taking an active role in coaching the […]

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On Friday, May 17th, twenty-one students, seven parents, and three adult chaperones attended the Destined for Greatness field trip to Detroit. The group explored Wayne State University’s campus and participated in hands-on STEM activities: CSI and a sheep lung dissection hosted by C2 Pipeline’s Innovation and Curiosity Lab. A visit to the Underground Railroad Living […]

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Father’s Day is just around the corner, June 16th! We thank all of our awesome dads who pick their student up from sports practice, help with homework, and take part in family events. A special shout out to Brownell’s Dads group who met monthly this school year. To celebrate a successful school year, the group […]

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Are you eager to make a difference in the life of young people in Flint? Do you have a knack for creatively engaging community members? Do you want to grow professionally while earning money for college? Join the Flint Community School Corps and learn how you can be part of a dynamic group of people […]

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AmeriCorps NCCC Team to serve with Crim Fitness for Community Education Initiative Flint, Mich. – An AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) team is serving with Crim Fitness Foundation from May 6 to June 25. The team is aiding the Crim in their spring Community Education initiative. The AmeriCorps NCCC team of nine from the […]

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Flint Community Schools and Clio School’s sixth graders teamed up for a youth diabetes health summit recently. The sixth graders from both schools reported their findings on their community actions project, a great way for different area communities of the same age group to bond and learn together, as they have been studying type 2 […]

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When you think of MLK Day, you think of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s remembrance. But do you think of a day of volunteer efforts? In Flint, MLK Day is a day of action and service to the community. Many volunteer efforts throughout Flint took place from the Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentoring Inspiration breakfast, […]

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The Community Education office is filled with individuals serving students and the school’s community. On one whiteboard, you will see the after school-schedule which is full of activities for youth and adults. In another corner, you see art projects which are yet to be completed by students. The office is a mix of workspace with […]

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Service, its a term often used to describe giving of your time, talent, or resources to help the greater community. There are many different kinds of service, military, volunteerism, philanthropy, and then one that is critically important to the Flint Community Education Initiative, National Service, or more commonly known as AmeriCorps. The Flint Community Schools […]

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