IntelliSchool believes in preparing students to be high achievers and good citizens. With that in mind, we seek out opportunities to partner with businesses in our community. It is a pleasure and honor to acknowledge our community partners here.
IntelliSchool wants to sincerely thank the Arizona Diamondbacks for their support of our students by providing complimentary game tickets for our open house drawings.
|Child & Family Resources Inc.
IntelliSchool gratefully acknowledges the support of Child & Family Resources Inc. Its Teen Parent program prepares expectant boy and girl teen students to become parents; the program also assists students who are already teen parents. A CFR case worker assigned to each student teaches parenting skills, locates resources such as free daycare, and provides emotional support and encouragement.
Child & Family Resources Inc.
IntelliSchool is pleased to partner with the East Valley Institute of Technology to provide free electives and exciting career training opportunities for our students. The East Valley Institute of Technology is a public school providing nearly 40 occupational training programs — such as aviation, culinary arts, cosmetology, radio, fashion design, firefighting, health occupations, and more — tuition-free to high school students and tuition-based to adults at two centralized Mesa campuses. Some EVIT programs are a jump-start to higher education and offer college credit. Other programs provide the training and opportunity for students to be certified or licensed for careers immediately after high school. Charter school students, as well as district and home-schooled students, who live in the Mesa, Scottsdale, Chandler, Tempe, Gilbert, Higley, Fountain Hills, Apache Junction, Queen Creek and J.O. Combs school districts are eligible to attend EVIT. Welcome, EVIT, to our IntelliSchool family!
IntelliSchool is pleased to partner with the not-for-profit organization notMYkid to present educational programs designed to inspire students to make positive life choices and avoid destructive youth behaviors. During these programs young adults who have overcome life-controlling addictions and behaviors share their personal stories with students. The goal of notMYkid is to increase awareness of the challenges kids face, provide information, and offer resources to support the success of students, families and educators. IntelliSchool looks forward to continuing to work with notMYkid to help both our students and our parents.
Special thanks to the Seed Spot, which recently donated four large A-framed tack boards to our four school sites. The tack boards can be used to post announcements and event signage and are used during breakout instructional sessions with students. The Seed Spot, based in Phoenix, is a nonprofit incubator supporting Arizona’s most innovative socially focused entrepreneurial ventures. Thanks to Seed Spot for working to improve the lives of people and communities on a local, national, and global scale.
IntelliSchool is excited to include SONIC Drive-In as a loyal community partner. In particular, the SONIC location at 51st Avenue and Peoria is always willing to help out our Metro campus with coupons for food, certificates of achievement, and other incentives for our students. SONIC doesn’t just have great food – they have great hearts. Thanks, SONIC, for all you do for IntelliSchool.
IntelliSchool is proud to host the Teen Addiction Anonymous (AA) program. The program’s mission is to empower teens to overcome addictive behavior through unconditional support. Teen AA is the first AA program in the world for teenagers and has been implemented in schools across the country. It has been shown that Teen AA helps students develop the skills to make the difficult choices they face daily.
|United Food Bank
IntelliSchool is pleased to acknowledge the United Food Bank (UFB) as one of its community partners. The United Food Bank is a regional distributor of food to almost 200 partner agencies in five counties across Arizona. The Food Bank services a 26,000-square-mile region, roughly the size of West Virginia, providing food boxes to children and adults, and afternoon and weekend food packages to children. In school year 2013-2014 IntelliSchool – Chandler took first place in the Charter School Division of schools contributing in the East Valley, donating 690 pounds of food.
United Food Bank