Santa Fe Indian School

Daily Bulletin

WEEK AT A GLANCE: November 17 - November 23, 2019 VIEW ALL EVENTS

SUNDAY

MONDAY

MS Lady Braves Basketball vs St. Mikes

November 18, 2019
Home at 4pm ER 2:45pm (7th grade only ER)

High School Basketball First Official Day

November 18, 2019
Tryouts will begin on this first official day of practice.

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

EVEN SCHEDULE FRIDAY

November 8 - December 13, 2019
Even schedule Friday
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MS Lady Braves Basketball @ Taos Tournament

November 22 - November 23, 2019
See brackets attached
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SATURDAY

MS Lady Braves Basketball @ Taos Tournament

November 22 - November 23, 2019
See brackets attached
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SUNDAY

MONDAY

MS Lady Braves Basketball vs Milagro

November 25, 2019
Home at 4pm ER at 2:45pm for 7th grade team only

TUESDAY

MS Lady Braves Basketball @ El Camino Rael

November 26, 2019
Away at 4pm ER 2:30pm Leave at 2:45pm

WEDNESDAY

Full Day of Classes

Dorms Close: 6:00 PM

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • It is late Autumn and last week we experienced a hint of Winter.  There are some Pueblo feast days that are coming up; Thanksgiving, Christmas, the New Year…2020 are along the way.  We will all be spending a lot of time with families and friends. What an exciting season.  With these in your mind and hearts I want to pass along some quotes on family and friends.  Please enjoy.

    Bill     HS REC/PREVENTION

    “Families are the compass that guides us. They are the inspiration to reach great heights, and our comfort when we occasionally falter.” – Brad Henry

  • High School & Middle School

    All former PASS students it is time to do your check in for the month of November, please come to PASS room SLC-191 (Gerri’s Office) during your lunch or after school between 4pm-7pm.  Please do not come during your academic classes. Email reminders have been sent out. Thank you.

  • College Horizons   www.collegehorizons.org    Six day college admissions workshop, this is a crash course on the college application & financial aid process, applicants must be current 10th or 11th graders, minimum 3.00 cumulative grade point average (in core academic courses, not electives).  Location:  Emory University (Atlanta, GA)  June 27 –  July 3, 2020.   Deadline:  February 5, 2020 @ 11:59 pm MST.   Two College Horizon programs will run concurrently at Emory University.  Visit the website & read for more info.   Gladys Martin, 10thgrade counselor

  • Attention: Lady Braves Basketball!  All girls interested  in trying out this year it all begins next week. Let's Hoop It Up!

    When: Monday November 18th & Tuesday November 19th.

    Where: Everett F. Chavez Pueblo Pavilion

    Time:  All 9th graders tryouts are from 4:00 - 5:00pm

                   All 10th - 12th graders tryouts are from 4:30 - 6:00pm

    (Will be released on time for dinner &  depart on after school activity bus. Please stop by library to sign up before tryouts for activity bus)

     

    Lady Brave Coaching Staff

     

     

  • Gratitude is the Attitude! It’s the time of year when we all reflect upon the people in our lives who have helped us and give thanks for them. The Math Circle is selling Thank You Cards for the next two weeks. For just $1.00, you can send a special card to someone who has made an impact on your life and tell them how much you appreciate them. I will be in the cafeteria during high school lunch or you can come to MST 6 and purchase some cards. You can hand deliver them, or we will deliver them for you. Thank you in advance for helping us with this fundraiser! Ms. Beth Cammarata

  • Dear Freshman students and Parents/Guardians, you are invited to join the Class of 2023 in recognizing and celebrating their academic journey through high school at our 9th Grade Commitment Ceremony at the Santa Fe Indian School on Friday, November 22nd. This event will take place at the Pueblo Pavilion at 2:45pm. A short reception will follow. For more information, please contact Mr. Martinez at mmartinez@sfisonline.org. Thank you.

  • I will be hosting my SHP Action Plan on November 21, 2019 in the dorm Rotunda from 7:30PM to 8:30PM. There will be a slime making station, painting, coloring, kinetic sand and Mindfulness (breathing exercising). If you are interested please sign up  in the library, at Stephanie’s desk at the dorm and at James Garcia’s office.

    Thank you,

    Jade Peynetsa, Senior

    jadefpe@sfisonline.org

  • International Cultural Experience: is seeking current

    11th-grade students for Bali Cultural Experience - May 31 to July 3rd, 2020. https://sites.google.com/view/bali-cultural-experience/home

    10th and 11th-grade students for Tibetan Children's Village (India) visit for October 2020. 

    There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at HEB 105 classroom. (short meeting).

    William Pacheco

  • BRAVES BASKETBALL: Any boys grade 9-12 interested in trying out for basketball.....tryouts will begin Monday (11/18) evening from 6-8pm in the PPWC. Make sure you come ready to workout with a change of clothes and shoes. Coach Abeyta

  • Seniors- Before break we had a senior meeting with information regarding senior portraits and sign up times.  If you did not sign up for a time to take your portraits, you may do so now by accessing SFIS Yearbook Doodle Poll via the link:https://doodle.com/poll/gqnafibwtf3fh5k2

    Please sign up for one slot. Students must be dressed in traditional regalia and must be ready at prior to their scheduled time. Contact Erica McFadden for any questions.
    doodle.com

    .  Portraits will be taken December 4-6.  Just choose one time slot. If you have any trouble singing up, please contact Erica McFadden directly.  Retakes and make up photos for those who will be gone will be after we return from break in January. More information on those dates will be forthcoming.

    Seniors- Yearbook still needs your baby photos! Please bring in one photo of yourself age three or younger to Erica McFadden’s classroom, Humanities 202.

     

     

  • Apply today to (MS)2!

    Mathematics & Science for Minority Students is a three-summer residential program held on the Phillips Academy campus in Andover, Massachusetts. It is free of charge to accepted students! Beginning the summer after 9thgrade, the five-week STEM program is open to African American, Latinx, and Native American students who have a demonstrated financial need. Rigorous yet infused with fun, (MS)2 boosts academic proficiency, improves self-confidence, and promotes independence in a safe and supportive environment.

    (MS)will begin accepting applications for summer 2020 in October. The application deadline is December 15, which is done entirely online at www.andover.edu/ms2

    A complete application includes the following documents, which must be received by December 15:

    • Applicant Information
    • Household Information
    • School Information
    • Affiliations
    • Applicant Essays
    • Parent Essays
    • Recommendations (Guidance Counselor, Math, Science, and Supplemental)
    • Financial Statement (Income Verification)

    The (MS)program will run from Tuesday, June 30 through Sunday, August 2, 2020. ---Lisa Gonzales 9th Grade Counselor

  • High School & Middle School

    All former PASS students it is time to do your check in for the month of November, please come to PASS room SLC-191 (Gerri’s Office) during your lunch or after school between 4pm-7pm.  Please do not come during your academic classes. Email reminders have been sent out. Thank you.

  • BATTLE OF THE BOOKS

    Battle of the Books will meet in the Library every Friday at 7:45am.

  • MS BORN BRAVES

    MS Born Braves will meet  during lunch every Friday in Ms. Mo's room.

  • It is late Autumn and last week we experienced a hint of Winter.  There are some Pueblo feast days that are coming up; Thanksgiving, Christmas, the New Year…2020 are along the way.  We will all be spending a lot of time with families and friends. What an exciting season.  With these in your mind and hearts I want to pass along some quotes on family and friends.  Please enjoy.

    Bill     HS REC/PREVENTION

    “Families are the compass that guides us. They are the inspiration to reach great heights, and our comfort when we occasionally falter.” – Brad Henry

  • Attention: Lady Braves Basketball!  All girls interested  in trying out this year it all begins next week. Let's Hoop It Up!

    When: Monday November 18th & Tuesday November 19th.

    Where: Everett F. Chavez Pueblo Pavilion

    Time:  All 9th graders tryouts are from 4:00 - 5:00pm

                   All 10th - 12th graders tryouts are from 4:30 - 6:00pm

    (Will be released on time for dinner &  depart on after school activity bus. Please stop by library to sign up before tryouts for activity bus)

     

    Lady Brave Coaching Staff

     

     

  • International Cultural Experience: is seeking current

    11th-grade students for Bali Cultural Experience - May 31 to July 3rd, 2020. https://sites.google.com/view/bali-cultural-experience/home

    10th and 11th-grade students for Tibetan Children's Village (India) visit for October 2020. 

    There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at HEB 105 classroom. (short meeting).

    William Pacheco

  • It is late Autumn and last week we experienced a hint of Winter.  There are some Pueblo feast days that are coming up; Thanksgiving, Christmas, the New Year…2020 are along the way.  We will all be spending a lot of time with families and friends. What an exciting season.  With these in your mind and hearts I want to pass along some quotes on family and friends.  Please enjoy.

    Bill     HS REC/PREVENTION

    “Families are the compass that guides us. They are the inspiration to reach great heights, and our comfort when we occasionally falter.” – Brad Henry

  • Parents

    Parents of former PASS students please remind your child to make sure to come in for their check in for the month of November, at PASS room SLC-191 (Gerri’s office) during their lunch or after school between 4pm-7pm. Emails to students have been sent out. Thank you.

  • Attention: Lady Braves Basketball!  All girls interested  in trying out this year it all begins next week. Let's Hoop It Up!

    When: Monday November 18th & Tuesday November 19th.

    Where: Everett F. Chavez Pueblo Pavilion

    Time:  All 9th graders tryouts are from 4:00 - 5:00pm

                   All 10th - 12th graders tryouts are from 4:30 - 6:00pm

    (Will be released on time for dinner &  depart on after school activity bus. Please stop by library to sign up before tryouts for activity bus)

     

    Lady Brave Coaching Staff

     

     

  • Dear Freshman students and Parents/Guardians, you are invited to join the Class of 2023 in recognizing and celebrating their academic journey through high school at our 9th Grade Commitment Ceremony at the Santa Fe Indian School on Friday, November 22nd. This event will take place at the Pueblo Pavilion at 2:45pm. A short reception will follow. For more information, please contact Mr. Martinez at mmartinez@sfisonline.org. Thank you.

  • International Cultural Experience: is seeking current

    11th-grade students for Bali Cultural Experience - May 31 to July 3rd, 2020. https://sites.google.com/view/bali-cultural-experience/home

    10th and 11th-grade students for Tibetan Children's Village (India) visit for October 2020. 

    There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at HEB 105 classroom. (short meeting).

    William Pacheco

  • BRAVES BASKETBALL: Any boys grade 9-12 interested in trying out for basketball.....tryouts will begin Monday (11/18) evening from 6-8pm in the PPWC. Make sure you come ready to workout with a change of clothes and shoes. Coach Abeyta

DAILY MENU VIEW FULL MONTH

BREAKFAST
BREAKFAST BURRITO W/EGG, POTATO, BACON & RED CHILI SAUCE 10" WW TORTILLAS SHREDDED CHEESE CANTALOUPE ASST. JUICE ASST. MILK

LUNCH
HOT DOGS OR CORN DOGS BAKED BEANS CUCUMBER SALAD W/CHERRY TOMATOES IND SLICED APPLES ASST. MILK

DINNER
FRIED RICE PORK EGG ROLLS SLICED PINEAPPLES ALMOND COOKIES SALAD ASST. MILK

Information subject to change.

Quote of the Day:

Life is a constant struggle between being an individual and being a member of the community.
Sherman Alexie, Spokane

Word of the Day:

analogy | uh-nal-uh-jee

noun
a similarity between like features of two things, on which a comparison may be based: the analogy between the heart and a pump
similarity or comparability: I see no analogy between your problem and mine

LOST & FOUND

 LOST!  Necklace-Silver chain, small white circle (opal).  If found please return to the HS MST OFFICE. CASH REWARD. (8/29)
 
Found!  Silver earring stone in center....show matching earring to claim.
Thank you, HS MST Office