Events

GROUP/CLUBS ORGANIZATIONS

Different children have different needs. Some need academic help; some need a stable home and food on the table, or someone who will listen and help guide the way. Others may just need a pair of eyeglasses.

Differentiation

Different communities have different needs and priorities. That’s why our services vary.

Individualized

Helping children to move beyond their circumstances requires an individualized approach, not one-size-fits-all.

Effective

We treat young people as individuals and coordinate support around their specific needs. This is what makes us effective.

THE BUTTERFLY CLUB

The Butterfly Club was established for female students to have a place to bond with each and to discuss pressing issues within a confidential environment. Areas of discussion center around anger management, self-esteem, etiquette, goal setting, creating good coping skills, academics, and making good choices, along with character building. Guest speakers address the group on a regular basis. The group meets twice monthly during school hours.

 

THE GENTLEMEN’S CLUB

The Gentlemen’s Club was established for male students to have a place to bond with each and to discuss pressing issues within a confidential environment. Areas of discussion center around anger management, self-esteem, etiquette, goal setting, creating good coping skills, academics, and making good choices, along with character building. Guest speakers address the group on a regular basis. The group meets twice monthly during school hours.

ABSENT PARENT GROUP

The Absent Parent Group is exclusive at Levi Fry Intermediate School. Students at Levi Fry find this group to be helpful when experiencing the lose of a parent due to sickness, incarceration, abandonment, or death. Students get the opportunity to share experiences in a safe and confidential setting, while gaining hope and developing supportive relationships. Often students share a common problem, and by listening and working together, they can help each other heal and grow.

 

NEWCOMERS CLUB

The Newcomers Club is exclusive at L.  A. Morgan Elementary. It was established to help non-English speaking students new to the United States and an established school system, adapt to their new environment. The Site Coordinator meets with these students daily. She reinforces lesson plans provided by the student’s primary teacher, assist students with their English diction, and serves as a liaison between the school and the parents.

BIRTHDAY CLUB

The Birthday Club was established to give the new students who choose to participate a chance to get acclimated to a new school, teachers, peers, and new surroundings while helping to promote leadership skills. The students have the opportunity to see that teachers are just people too who are always willing to help with their educational experience and extracurricular endeavors which enhances lifelong possibilities.

 

MENTOR CLUB

Students are paired with a caring adult which meets with the student twice monthly during lunch. Mentors are recruited at the beginning of the school year from such places as Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Greek Organizations, The Coast Guard, The Corps of Engineers, and individual community members. The mentors share their career experiences and what preparations they made to fulfill their life goals.

FELLOWSHIP CHRISTIAN ATHLETES

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes Huddle is a national program that works with professional and school athletes.  Huddle allows athletes to find encouragement, enrichment, and excitement in the scriptures. Student athletes find strength and stability to face life’s challenges without fear or failure and maintain a good attitude of sportsmanship.  Finally, they are challenged in school to win academically and athletically.

 

Contact Us

Email: cmaddox@cisgalv.org

Phone: (409)765-5395 Fax: (409)762-8834

4116 Avenue N 1/2, Suite 115, Galveston, TX 77550

P. O. Box 53, Galveston, TX,77553