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Oneness School Initiative
The Oneness School Initiative, Inc. (OSI) is a Wisconsin volunteer-based, non-profit program modeled after the successful National Church Adopt-A-School Initiative (NCAASI) created by Dr. Tony Evans in Dallas, Texas. This unique program "bridges the gap of cultural, racial and political lines through the commitment to the child first." Read more...
THE SINGULAR PURPOSE of the Oneness School Initiative is to help Wisconsin's students. As students are empowered, families are strengthened, and communities are transformed. Read more...

OSI provides training opportunties for both general volunteers and Mentor volunteers. Click here to see how it works.
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Mentoring Program
OSI training encourages church volunteers and mentors to intentionally reinforce the four key NCAASI messages to students:
The four proven messages address some of the difficulties facing Wisconsin students today. These challenges hinder them from achieving their best life academically, socially, physically, and emotionally; reinforcing these key messages will help them avoid many of life's pitfalls.

Dr. Tony Evans
Dr. Tony Evans has said that there are 13 churches for every 1 public school in America. If just "one" church would adopt "one" local public school by providing competent, caring and consistent volunteers who can provide support services for the students and their families, America's communities can be rebuilt "from the inside out."
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Dr. Tony Evans

-Founder, National Church Adopt-A-School Initiative

What Others are Saying
"The Dallas Independent School District is fortunate to have The Turn*Around Agenda as a partner and resource in our schools. Their dedicated staff and volunteers work tirelessly with our students, parents and faculty, providing life-enriching programs that maximize student success. This church and public school partnership works and serves as a model program in our community and around the country."
- Dr. Michael Hinojosa, Superintendent of the Dallas Ind. School District