Santa Fe Indian School

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WEEK AT A GLANCE: March 29 - April 4, 2020 VIEW ALL EVENTS

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(Canceled) Full Day of Classes

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Administrative Staff (212) Workday

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • All HS and MS students:

     

    Here are some cool opportunities that are being offered virtually for all students who have access to internet. These are both happening this week!!

    1. Code.org break - they are offering up 1 hour online zoom session with the creator of code.org and famous guests. This starts on Wednesday April 1st 11am our time so check it out.
    https://code.org/break#signup

    2. Virtual Teen Science Cafe - Preventing Pandemics: Importance of Public Health
    YouTube live cafe scientifique! This one starts on Thursday April 2nd at 12pm our time!

    Epidemiologist Nicholas Generous joins us live for the first national virtual Teen Science Cafe. Here is the link to the live youtube event.
    https://youtu.be/0PLbEozp6Gw

  • This week's High School Lunch Monitors:  Arlene Huber and Charles Fixico

  • Attention Varsity Lady Brave Basketball Players:

    Please have all items washed and neatly packed in  Nike Travel Backpack so that check-in process is swift.

    Due on April 20, 2020 or unless otherwise posted. Thank you!

    Items include:

    1.  Uniforms both home & away
    2.  Practice gear both top & shorts (also extras if in your possession)
    3.  Travel Gear both hoodie and bottoms.(please turn in extras if in your possession)
    4.  Game Day Shooting Shirts (Nike)
    5.  Nike Backpack - player number indentified
    6.  Equipment - Muscle rollers, bags, or any items not turned in from last year. (travel sweats, & practice gear such as extra shorts, tops, & black travel bags)

    Thank you for your cooperation, Lady Brave Coaching Staff

  • Health Careers Academy Summer Program applications are now available!  HCA is a four week residential program at SFIS for students who will be juniors and seniors.  The program is to enhance STEM skills, college readiness, and exposure to UNM Health Science  campus.  HCA also provides a stipend upon completion of the program.  Students who are interested please contact or visit Valerie Calabaza, SLC 139,                   (  vjcalabaza@sfis.k12.nm.us )  Applications are due Monday, April 6, 2020 at 5:00 pm.

    Valerie J Calabaza, NM HCOP Coordinator

  • All HS and MS students:

     

    Here are some cool opportunities that are being offered virtually for all students who have access to internet. These are both happening this week!!

    1. Code.org break - they are offering up 1 hour online zoom session with the creator of code.org and famous guests. This starts on Wednesday April 1st 11am our time so check it out.
    https://code.org/break#signup

    2. Virtual Teen Science Cafe - Preventing Pandemics: Importance of Public Health
    YouTube live cafe scientifique! This one starts on Thursday April 2nd at 12pm our time!

    Epidemiologist Nicholas Generous joins us live for the first national virtual Teen Science Cafe. Here is the link to the live youtube event.
    https://youtu.be/0PLbEozp6Gw

  • Attention Varsity Lady Brave Basketball Players:

    Please have all items washed and neatly packed in  Nike Travel Backpack so that check-in process is swift.

    Due on April 20, 2020 or unless otherwise posted. Thank you!

    Items include:

    1.  Uniforms both home & away
    2.  Practice gear both top & shorts (also extras if in your possession)
    3.  Travel Gear both hoodie and bottoms.(please turn in extras if in your possession)
    4.  Game Day Shooting Shirts (Nike)
    5.  Nike Backpack - player number indentified
    6.  Equipment - Muscle rollers, bags, or any items not turned in from last year. (travel sweats, & practice gear such as extra shorts, tops, & black travel bags)

    Thank you for your cooperation, Lady Brave Coaching Staff

  • All HS and MS students:

     

    Here are some cool opportunities that are being offered virtually for all students who have access to internet. These are both happening this week!!

    1. Code.org break - they are offering up 1 hour online zoom session with the creator of code.org and famous guests. This starts on Wednesday April 1st 11am our time so check it out.
    https://code.org/break#signup

    2. Virtual Teen Science Cafe - Preventing Pandemics: Importance of Public Health
    YouTube live cafe scientifique! This one starts on Thursday April 2nd at 12pm our time!

    Epidemiologist Nicholas Generous joins us live for the first national virtual Teen Science Cafe. Here is the link to the live youtube event.
    https://youtu.be/0PLbEozp6Gw

  • Attention Varsity Lady Brave Basketball Players:

    Please have all items washed and neatly packed in  Nike Travel Backpack so that check-in process is swift.

    Due on April 20, 2020 or unless otherwise posted. Thank you!

    Items include:

    1.  Uniforms both home & away
    2.  Practice gear both top & shorts (also extras if in your possession)
    3.  Travel Gear both hoodie and bottoms.(please turn in extras if in your possession)
    4.  Game Day Shooting Shirts (Nike)
    5.  Nike Backpack - player number indentified
    6.  Equipment - Muscle rollers, bags, or any items not turned in from last year. (travel sweats, & practice gear such as extra shorts, tops, & black travel bags)

    Thank you for your cooperation, Lady Brave Coaching Staff

  • All HS and MS students:

     

    Here are some cool opportunities that are being offered virtually for all students who have access to internet. These are both happening this week!!

    1. Code.org break - they are offering up 1 hour online zoom session with the creator of code.org and famous guests. This starts on Wednesday April 1st 11am our time so check it out.
    https://code.org/break#signup

    2. Virtual Teen Science Cafe - Preventing Pandemics: Importance of Public Health
    YouTube live cafe scientifique! This one starts on Thursday April 2nd at 12pm our time!

    Epidemiologist Nicholas Generous joins us live for the first national virtual Teen Science Cafe. Here is the link to the live youtube event.
    https://youtu.be/0PLbEozp6Gw

  • Attention Varsity Lady Brave Basketball Players:

    Please have all items washed and neatly packed in  Nike Travel Backpack so that check-in process is swift.

    Due on April 20, 2020 or unless otherwise posted. Thank you!

    Items include:

    1.  Uniforms both home & away
    2.  Practice gear both top & shorts (also extras if in your possession)
    3.  Travel Gear both hoodie and bottoms.(please turn in extras if in your possession)
    4.  Game Day Shooting Shirts (Nike)
    5.  Nike Backpack - player number indentified
    6.  Equipment - Muscle rollers, bags, or any items not turned in from last year. (travel sweats, & practice gear such as extra shorts, tops, & black travel bags)

    Thank you for your cooperation, Lady Brave Coaching Staff

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Quote of the Day:

Tidbits: At the Santa Fe Indian School, she was the only girl in the painting class. "The boys were mean, she recalls. "They poked fun at me. Because I wanted to be an artist. You'd do better washing dishes or washing clothes or scrubbing floors, they said." And her father, Herman Velarde, "didn't believe in a woman painting pictures and not doing a woman's work or learning to make a living," so he sent her to Espanola to study bookkeeping and typing. But Pablita's own talent and the encouragement of her teacher, Dorothy Dunn, and Tonita Pena, the only other Indian woman artist of the day, kept her on her chosen path. Early on, she began experimenting with earth pigments she ground herself, the way the "old ones" painted. Following graduation from the Indian School in 1936, Pablita took odd jobs to support herself, working as a maid and a nurse's aide. She taught when she could, while continuing to paint at night.
Pablita Velarde, Santa Clara Pueblo (1918-2006)

Word of the Day:

plateau | pla-toh

noun
a land area having a relatively level surface considerably raised above adjoining land on at least one side, and often cut by deep canyons