Your South Belton Middle School CIS Staff:


Shirley Herring                                             Audria Edmond

Site Coordinator                                           Site Coordinator                    

(254) 215-3018                                            (254) 215-3029

Room #111                                                  Room #111


Communities In Schools is a local, private, non-profit organization dedicated to impacting the lives of children in a positive way, helping them achieve the success they often find unattainable. As the only non-profit permanently housed on school campuses, the professional staff of CIS are caring adults who make student problems manageable and solutions possible.


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


Core Values: Communities in Schools believes that every child needs and deserves these “Five Basics”…

1.     A one-on-one relationship with a caring adult

2.     A safe place to learn and grow

3.     A healthy start and a healthy future

4.     A marketable skill to use upon graduation

5.     A chance to give back to peers and the community


Services provided based on need:

-School supplies                           - Furniture for Families                    -Crisis Intervention

-Clothes Closet                               -Sports Physicals                            -Holiday Assistance

-Food Pantry                                  -Home Visits                                   -Adopt-a-Unit Activities

-Counseling/Supportive Guidance    -Parent and Family Engagement           -Angel Fund

-Lunch Groups                               -College and Career Readiness     -Smile for a Lifetime

-Vision for Students                        -Academic Support



CIS is a free program available to all students at SBMS. If you would like for your student to be a part of CIS, please call the office or send us an email and we'll be happy to send the Parent Consent forms home to be signed.