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Project ConnectCommunity Action is one of 27 Community Action Agencies in the State of Michigan dedicated to promoting economic and social opportunities that help people achieve greater independence, dignity, and self-sufficiency.

Community Action serves residents of Barry, Branch, Calhoun, Kalamazoo, and St. Joseph Counties, and targets its programs and services to the specific needs of those communities.

They are hosting the Project Connect event on October 11, 2023 at the Kalamazoo County Fairgrounds. This event is intended to connect local families with free services — such as medical resources, food assistance, education, employment, and other support services — within our community.

Community Action's Project Connect event takes place on Wednesday, October 11 from noon to 3 p.m. at 2900 Lake Street in Kalamazoo. Lunch is provided!

For more information, download this flyer. (Español)

AT&T Affordable Connectivity Program

You may qualify for the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AFFORDABLE CONNECTIVITY PROGRAM (ACP) which provides a monthly benefit for home internet or prepaid wireless service.

How to enroll:

1. To determine if you are eligible, apply through the National Verifier at
acpbenefit.org or call 877.384.2575. (AT&T does not determine eligibility)

Visit att.com/acp for more information on ACP and how to sign up for service with AT&T.

For more information about the ACP program through AT&T, download this flyer. 

RTBC PromoRBM Ministries is hosting monthly bible release time classes.

There will be adult supervision by carefully screened volunteers during all classes.

Transportation will be provided by RBM Ministries.

The classes will be held at a local church in close proximity to the school.

It is necessary to give the permission slip directly to your school teacher or school office.

Please return this permission slip to the school office.

For more information, call 269-342-9879, or visit www.RBMministries.org 

Coins for A'sCoins for A’s is a program in which the American Numismatic Association awards coins to students who have earned three or more A’s during the latest school marking period. Students simply send a copy of their report card to the ANA headquarters, and they in turn send the student a world coin along with a congratulatory letter asking them to learn as much about the country the coin came from. Every time that a student is eligible, they may repeat the process, and the ANA will send a different world coin. There is never a cost involved, and when a student earns their first coin, we will even send to the youngster an application for a free initial 1 year membership to the ANA.

Download their flyer for more information about this free program


If your organization would like to share information with the Comstock Public Schools community, please forward an electronic version of your flier to the office of the superintendent. Please allow ample time for your document to be reviewed prior to being digitally shared with the CPS community. (PDF format preferred)

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding in this matter.


Effective July 1, 2016, information which organizations wish to share with the students and families of the Comstock Public Schools will be shared only electronically. In an effort to spare our teachers and staff the added work of distributing fliers and forms to students, and in an effort to reduce the amount of paper sent home to families, we are making the switch to electronic distribution of these notices.

The board does not support or endorse any of the organizations and/or activities/events identified on this page.