Santa Fe Indian School

Daily Bulletin

WEEK AT A GLANCE: October 14 - October 20, 2018 VIEW ALL EVENTS

SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

Lady Braves Volleyball vs. Santa Fe Prep

October 16, 2018
Home at 5pm No ER

Lady Braves Soccer @ Robertson

October 16, 2018
Away at 5pm ER 2:15pm Leave at 2:30pm

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2:00 PM Makayla Naranjo

2:45 PM Eric Valencia

WEDNESDAY

MS Braves Football @ Aspen

October 17, 2018
Away at 4:00pm ER 2:15pm Leave at 2:30pm. The game will take place at 4pm on the campus of Aspen Community School at 450 La Madera St, Santa Fe, NM 87501

Report Cards Issued

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3:00 PM Lauren Maestas-Chavez

3:00 PM Frankie Maestas-Chavez

THURSDAY

Braves Football vs Raton

October 18, 2018
Home at 7pm

Lady Braves Soccer vs Santa Fe Prep

October 18, 2018
Home at 4pm ER 2:30pm SENIOR DAY

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8:45 AM Kaitlyn Bird

9:00 AM Kaleigh Magdalena

9:15 AM Eric Valencia

9:45 AM Kateri Shendo

10:00 AM Desiree Herrera

1:00 PM Frankie Edwards

1:00 PM Qootsvenma Denipah

FRIDAY

Open Student/Parent/Teacher Conferences: 3:30-6:00PM

October 19, 2018
Open Student/Parent/Teacher Conferences: 3:30-6:00PM

SATURDAY

Runnin Braves/Lady Braves X-Country @ Rio Rancho Jamboree

October 20, 2018
Away at 9am Leave at 6am

Lady Braves Volleyball vs West Las Vegas

October 20, 2018
Home at 12pm Annual Dig Pink game.........come on by and show your support!

Lady Braves Soccer @ Santa Fe Prep CANCELLED

October 20, 2018
CANCELLED

SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

Lady Braves Soccer @ Bosque

October 23, 2018
Away at 4pm ER 1:45pm Leave at 2pm

Lady Braves Volleyball @ Robertson

October 23, 2018
Away at 4pm ER 1:15pm Leave at 1:30pm

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

Lady Braves Soccer @ Sandia Prep

October 25, 2018
Away at 4pm ER 1:45pm Leave at 2pm

Braves Football vs West Las Vegas

October 25, 2018
Home at 7pm

FRIDAY

Runnin Braves/Lady Braves X-Country @ Los Alamos High School

October 26, 2018
Away at 3pm ER 12:15pm Leave at 12:30pm

SATURDAY

Lady Braves Volleyball @ Raton

October 27, 2018
Away at 1pm Leave at 8:30am

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Haunted Spook House
    October 23, 2018
    6pm to 9pm
    Hosted by 1st Floor Boys
    Admission: $3/Single
                               $5/Couples
    Concession will be available during the event. 
  • INDIGENOUS COMICS EVENT:  If you haven’t attended a Brown Bag event at the library in the last couple of years, this might be the month to start!  On Wednesday, October 24, Lee Francis of Laguna Pueblo will be here during HS and MS lunch to talk about Native American comic books and graphic novels.  Lee is the founder of Native Realities Press,  an Albuquerque-based publishing company focused on reclaiming the stories of indigenous people in pop culture by promoting the work of Native comic artists and graphic novelists.  Sessions will start 5 minutes after lunch begins and last until the first lunch bell.  Students must sign up BEFORE October 24th in the LMC so we can have lunches prepared for you in advance.  Sign up soon—these are first come, first served sessions.  J. Guerin

  • (NEW) The combined SFIS Chess Team’s next match is Friday, November 9th at Santa Fe Prep.  High school team members must make at least two practices per week (Monday or Wednesday morning or Monday at lunch) and be passing all their classes in order to participate in the tournament.  Attendance will be taken.  David Escalante, Chess Coach

  • Colleges to Campus

    October 23  Marlboro College, Vemont    1:45  FPA Lab

                  24  University of Denver, CO    11:30 Hum Lab 1
                  25  Mt Holyoke, MA                   11:40 Hum Lab 1
                  29  Swarthmore College, PA     11 :40 Mr. Toya's
                  29  College Horizons                 11:40 Commons
                  29  Navajo Scholarship              11:40 Hum lab 1
                  30 Ft Lewis College, CO            10:45  hum lab 1
    Other information
    Nov 2 is Northern Arizona: Native American visit day https://api.nau.edu/register/#!/event
    Nov 3 is UNM Fall Preview day www.admissions.unm.edu/fallpreview
    Nov 8 is UNM American Indian Senior Day www.AISS.UNM.EDU
    Nov 8 is IAIA open house from 6-8pm No need to pre-register

     

  • The LMC is happy to announce that we will be raffling off 10 iPad 2s before Fall Break.  These are machines that have been cycled out, but are still useful for browsing online.  To qualify for the raffle, you simply need to have checked out a book from the library at some point in the month of October!  So come by the LMC and browse—find your latest great read and get in the drawing!  LMC Staff

     

  • The Santo Domingo Pueblo Education and Employment & Training Office is partnering with the NASA Glenn Research Center to host a NASA Community Day on Saturday, October, 27, 2018 from 10:00am -2:00pm at the Santo Domingo Community Center & Library. NASA staff will be on-site to provide hands-on activities for students. Students and families from neighboring communities are invited to attend.  Click HERE for more information.  

  • Attention Save The Date:

    Lady Brave Basketball Tryouts November 19 -21 (Time TBA) Must have  current physical form on file in the athletic office. Please bring current progress/report card.

    Coach Chavez

  • INDIGENOUS COMICS EVENT:  If you haven’t attended a Brown Bag event at the library in the last couple of years, this might be the month to start!  On Wednesday, October 24, Lee Francis of Laguna Pueblo will be here during HS and MS lunch to talk about Native American comic books and graphic novels.  Lee is the founder of Native Realities Press,  an Albuquerque-based publishing company focused on reclaiming the stories of indigenous people in pop culture by promoting the work of Native comic artists and graphic novelists.  Sessions will start 5 minutes after lunch begins and last until the first lunch bell.  Students must sign up BEFORE October 24th in the LMC so we can have lunches prepared for you in advance.  Sign up soon—these are first come, first served sessions.  J. Guerin

  • 8th graders:  If you did the Mid School reading club with Ms. Guerin this past summer, we are FINALLY meeting to discuss our books and plan our button-making party!  We will meet for lunch on Tuesday, October 23, in the Pueblo Dining Room during lunch to discuss Ghost and Sticks and Stones—just get your trays and come on in.  Our meeting will begin at 12:20 pm.  Be sure to have your books with you.  Please check your email this week for more information.  See you on 10/23 – Ms. Guerin

  • The LMC is happy to announce that we will be raffling off 10 iPad 2s before Fall Break.  These are machines that have been cycled out, but are still useful for browsing online.  To qualify for the raffle, you simply need to have checked out a book from the library at some point in the month of October!  So come by the LMC and browse—find your latest great read and get in the drawing!  LMC Staff

     

  • The Santo Domingo Pueblo Education and Employment & Training Office is partnering with the NASA Glenn Research Center to host a NASA Community Day on Saturday, October, 27, 2018 from 10:00am -2:00pm at the Santo Domingo Community Center & Library. NASA staff will be on-site to provide hands-on activities for students. Students and families from neighboring communities are invited to attend.  Click HERE for more information.  

  • MS LUNCH DUTY:

    10/15- 7th grade Mr. Padilla and 8th grade Ms. Patricia Chavez

    10/16- 7th grade Mrs. Loretto and 8th grade  Mrs. Flannery

    10/17- 7th grade Ms. Sixkiller and 8th grade Mr. Goggans

    10/18- 7th grade Mr. Mojarro and 8th grade Mr. Madrid

    10/19- 7th grade Mrs. Crespin and 8th grade Ms. Moser

  • Mid School Dress Code

    Mid School students have a dress code.  Please see page 6 in the  Student Rights and Responsibilties Handbook to ensure your child is following the dress code guidelines. 

  • Haunted Spook House
    October 23, 2018
    6pm to 9pm
    Hosted by 1st Floor Boys
    Admission: $3/Single
                               $5/Couples
    Concession will be available during the event. 
  • The Santo Domingo Pueblo Education and Employment & Training Office is partnering with the NASA Glenn Research Center to host a NASA Community Day on Saturday, October, 27, 2018 from 10:00am -2:00pm at the Santo Domingo Community Center & Library. NASA staff will be on-site to provide hands-on activities for students. Students and families from neighboring communities are invited to attend.  Click HERE for more information.  

  • MS LUNCH DUTY:

    10/15- 7th grade Mr. Padilla and 8th grade Ms. Patricia Chavez

    10/16- 7th grade Mrs. Loretto and 8th grade  Mrs. Flannery

    10/17- 7th grade Ms. Sixkiller and 8th grade Mr. Goggans

    10/18- 7th grade Mr. Mojarro and 8th grade Mr. Madrid

    10/19- 7th grade Mrs. Crespin and 8th grade Ms. Moser

  • Mid School Dress Code

    Mid School students have a dress code.  Please see page 6 in the  Student Rights and Responsibilties Handbook to ensure your child is following the dress code guidelines. 

  • Dear Parent or Guardian,
    Our mission at the Student Health Center is to serve the students, your children. While school is in session, our clinic is open Monday through Thursday from 8am to 6pm, and on Fridays from 8am to 4 pm. In the event of a serious medical situation involving your child, we will contact you expeditiously. For routine medical care, we ask your child to take the responsibility of informing you. Please review the following information:
    Medication Policy
    No medications, including over the counter medications,may be kept in the student’s rooms, with the exception of inhalers for asthma, epi-pens for severe allergies, prescription acne creams or ointments, and birth-control pills.
    All prescription medications must be brought in to the Student Health Center by the parent or guardian. The Authorization to Administer Prescribed Medications must be completed by the parent or guardian, and the prescribing Physician or Healthcare Provider. These forms are available to download from the SFIS website. If your child is medication, please contact the Student Health Center. We will assist you in making any necessary arrangements so we are prepared to dispense your child’s medication.
    Parents must keep a separate supply of medications at home to be taken during weekends or vacations. It is the student’s responsibility to take his/her daily medication to maintain their optimal health and performance. If the student is noncompliant with the medication plan, it could affect his/her good standing at SFIS. Parents are welcome to call and inquire about medication compliance.
    Illness and Injury
    In the event your child becomes ill or injured at school, and is febrile or experiencing symptoms like vomiting or pain that prevents them from attending class, we will contact you to pick them up. We do not sent ill or injured students home by way of public transportation. If your student participates in sports, we recommend that you would able to attend to that student within a reasonable amount of time as they may be at a higher risk of injury.
    If a student’s illness or injury requires treatment at an Emergency Department or to miss school for a prolonged period of time, they will need a medical clearance to return SFIS for both academics and the residential program. If accommodations are needed for your child to return to school or the residential program, they must be ordered in writing by the physician or other health care provider, and established before your child is allowed to return. This also applies to students who may miss school for mental health reasons.

    Transportation
    If your student becomes ill or injured while attending school and we are able to have them seen at the Indian Health Service hospital, we will transport them there. We do not transport students to appointments off campus that are not made by the staff from the Student Health Center. If your student becomes ill or injured during a weekend or a school break, please have them seen by a health care provider before bringing them back to school. While we may be able to arrange follow up care for them, waiting to bring them back to school when they are sick or injured may prolong their diagnosis as well as their symptoms.
    As we head into the cold and flu season we would like to remind you of general precautions. If your child is ill with a cold, flu, or other communicable illness, please keep them home until their illness is not contagious and their symptoms have resolved enough that they may focus on schoolwork. This will also help reduce the spread of the illnesses to other students and staff. Our flu shot clinics are tentatively scheduled for the first 2 weeks in November. If you did not fill out a consent during registration and would still like to, we will have them available in the academic offices and Student Health Center.
    Thank you for consideration of our policies and please contact the Student Health Center at 505-989-6358 if you have any concerns.

  • Haunted Spook House
    October 23, 2018
    6pm to 9pm
    Hosted by 1st Floor Boys
    Admission: $3/Single
                               $5/Couples
    Concession will be available during the event. 
  • The Santo Domingo Pueblo Education and Employment & Training Office is partnering with the NASA Glenn Research Center to host a NASA Community Day on Saturday, October, 27, 2018 from 10:00am -2:00pm at the Santo Domingo Community Center & Library. NASA staff will be on-site to provide hands-on activities for students. Students and families from neighboring communities are invited to attend.  Click HERE for more information.  

  • Mid School Dress Code

    Mid School students have a dress code.  Please see page 6 in the  Student Rights and Responsibilties Handbook to ensure your child is following the dress code guidelines. 

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Quote of the Day:

"Creativity is intelligence having fun."
Albert Einstein

Word of the Day:

impertinent | im-pur-tn-uhnt

adjective
intrusive or presumptuous, as persons or their actions; insolently rude; uncivil

LOST & FOUND

 

A tie dye style binder, for an Honors English Class was taken out of a locker in MST building. If found please return to MST office. 

Found:  On 10/15, a  pair of glasses were found near the counseling offices in the Humanities Building.   If they are yours please pick them up at the Academic Office. Thank you!

FOUND!  On 10/15, a pair of glasses were found in the bathrooms of the Teen Clinic.  If they are yours please pick them up at the Academic Office. Thank you!

LOST!  A white ID card with the name Danielle was lost on 10/17.  If found please return to the Academic Office.  Thank you!

 FOUND! On 10/16, a pair of glasses were found in the MST Lecture Hall.  Please claim them at the Academic Office. Thank you!