Join us for an evening of appreciation and support for Agents of Change and Dimmitt Middle School students, as we present a special screening of the anti-bullying short film "Speak Out!" This project was conceived, written, produced and shot entirely by Dimmitt Middle School students, with the support and guidance of Communities in Schools program representatives.
Writer Stephanie Soronio and director Jocelyn Perez will be in attendance, alongside additional performers and crew, to answer questions and talk about the process of making and promoting the film. 20% of sales from the evening of the event will benefit Dimmitt Middle School.
More information about "Speak Out!" is available here:http://www.rentonreporter.com/life/
Communities in Schools of Washington is part of the nation's leading dropout prevention organization, working in public schools to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. In Washington last year, CIS site coordinators helped 73,031 students overcome barriers to success, stay on track to graduate, and aim for a brighter future.
Agents of Change is a flagship acceleration program of Communities in Schools. Every program is different but the goal is always the same: to accelerate the success and amplify the impact of a cohort of high-potential projects. The program includes unlimited use of workspace and all the benefits of membership plus events, mentorship, training and access to capital.