With a theme of “Goal Number One: Student Success,” guests at the breakfast will also hear young people share their struggles and successes and get an insider’s look at CISL’s programs. In addition, CISL will recognize local “champions for youth,” and obtain continued support for its efforts to support Lakewood youth. The breakfast begins at 7 a.m. at the Old Country Buffet in the Lakewood Towne Center.
A minimum donation of $50 is respectfully requested. All funds support CISL After-School Programs, Readiness to Learn and Champions Mentor Programs, which provide assistance to Clover Park School District students and their families. Corporate sponsorships and tables are also available.
CISL works closely with Lakewood’s Promise (part of America’s Promise) to ensure that Lakewood’s young people reach their full potential.
“By working together, we can reach our number one goal…that all students are successful,” said Dave O’Keeffe, CISL executive director. “Schools can’t do it alone. The Champions for Youth Breakfast helps us continue the important work of helping children succeed and stay in school.”
To make reservations or for more information, contact Christina Klas at the CISL office, (253) 589-7489.