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  • Great organizations you can join!

    Many organizations partner with Saint Louis Public Schools to serve our students and schools. The organizations'methods may differ, but all of them work to enrich the educational experience of our students. Listed below are some organizations that work closely with SLPS and are making an impact in the Saint Louis area community.

  • The Little Bit Foundation

    The Little Bit Foundation works to provide for the basic needs of disadvantaged children in St. Louis public schools in order to help build their self-esteem and dignity and better prepare them to learn.

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  • OASIS

    Through the OASIS Intergenerational Tutoring program, adult volunteers, your neighborhood schools, and OASIS work together to help children build reading skills, self-esteem, and positive attitudes toward learning.

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  • Faith-Based Initiative

    The purpose of the Faith-Based Initiative (FBI) is to partner Saint Louis Public Schools with congregations of faith.

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  • America SCORES

    America SCORES Saint Louis inspires youth to lead healthy lives, be engaged students, and have the confidence and character to make a difference in the world.

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  • Big Brothers Big Sisters

    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri looks for special people to help fulfill its mission of building trusting and enduring relationships that encourage and support young people.

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  • Mentor St. Louis

    Officially founded in June of 1995 and joining forces with Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis (formerly known as Herbert Hoover) in the fall of 2009, Mentor St. Louis continues to provide unique mentoring opportunities to elementary students by pairing them with caring adult volunteers that read with them monthly and contact them weekly.

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  • Ready Readers

    Ready Readers, a St. Louis nonprofit organization, inspires preschool-age children from low-income communities to become readers by reading aloud to them, increasing their exposure to quality books, and providing reading-related experiences

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  • Urban FUTURE

    Urban FUTURE is a “connector” of family, school, and community in urban areas providing mentoring, tutoring, and career preparation programs to help youth see and believe in their possibilities.

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  • For more information, please contact:

    Ella Hungerford
    314-345-4577
    eleanor.hungerford@slps.org

    Ricci Sykes
    314-345-4554
    ricci.sykes@slps.org