History of the C.C.S.C Inc.
Founded by the late Sergeant Lonnie Jackson in
Currently operated by Lonya Jackson-Sarden,
She stepped up to the plate to continue her
fathers’ dream and work in the community.
Mrs. Tresa Hart-Williams and students of the
Tutorial Principal and Director,
Executive Board Chair and
The Goal of the Program
A community-based nonprofit organization.
The goal of the CCSC Inc. tutorial programs is to assist
students in the Muscogee County School District to
improve their basic academic skills, with an emphasis on
reading and math. Volunteers include active and retired
principals and teachers, paraprofessionals and other
school staff, fraternities and sororities, college
graduates, college students (from Columbus State
University, Troy State, Chattahoochee Valley
Community College, Columbus Technical College and
community colleges), high school and middle school
students, members of the business community, military
personnel and wives, parents and other member of the
Live News Broadcast from Saturday Tutoring
Tutor’s and students telling
WRBL 3 how successful the
One student describes the
program and learning math as
being Perfect and fun.
Call all volunteers and people
who want to donate to keep
the programs doors open.
WRBL 3 News: C.C.S.C
Ms. Henry’s Third Grade Class Working Hard on
Their Math Skills at the C.C.S.C Program
Hooked on Phonics is Changing Our
Tutor’s Hard at Work Teaching
Their Second Grade Students.
I started volunteering for the
C.C.S.C program during the summer
of 2013 and I fell in love with not
only the program and the staff,
but the students. It was at this
point that I realized that I wanted
to change my profession to
What I learned and Felt
Working directly with the students gave me the opportunity to
appreciate teaching from a different prospective. Teaching is not
an easy job, you have to have the desire and the passion to work
with students from all different walks of culture, life and
I learned that to become an effective educator, that it takes a village
of educator’s who wants to impact, inspire, and change the lives of
our youth; to empower and motive them to achieve their goals
inside and outside of the classroom.
I learned how to be patient because each student is unique and they
all have their own learning styles and their own personalities. They
taught me how to embrace the process of learning.
Volunteering with my community program gives me a since of sense of
enjoyment to give back to educate the new generation as I have
I am honored to give back my time and my educational knowledge to
my community. I love to help people, I feel it is my purpose and I
feel empowered knowing that I am changing the lives of our young