The Parent Advisory Council (PAC) supports and serves in a liaison capacity to the Superintendent and the Board of Trustees. The PAC sponsors various activities on campus, and is a valuable resource and support network for both day and residential parents.
The objectives of the PAC are:
To support SFIS strategic initiatives and parent activities associated with the continuous school improvement process.
To provide feedback regarding the operations of SFIS from the perspective of parents.
To create opportunities for parents to meet regionally.
To serve as role models for the SFIS school community.
The Parent Advisory Council has seven members with the following representation: two members from the Eight Northern Pueblos, two members from the Middle Rio Grande Pueblos, two members from the Southern and Western Pueblos, and one At-Large member. PAC members serve on a voluntary basis, and SFIS encourages parents and guardians of enrolled students to serve as members of the PAC.
As of October 16, 2020, the Parent Advisory Council members are:
Chairwoman Lorissa Garcia, Pueblo of Acoma (Representing Southern and Western Pueblos)
Vice Chairwoman Melanie Vigil, Ohkay Owingeh (Representing Northern Pueblos)
Member Gina Chavarria, Pueblo of Santa Clara (Representing Northern Pueblos)
Member Stuart Gachupin, Pueblo of Jemez (Representing Middle Rio Grande Pueblos)
Member Sam Lovato, Kewa Pueblo (Representing Middle Rio Grande Pueblos)
Member Frances Abeyta, Pueblo of Santa Clara (At-Large Member)
Interested in becoming a PAC Member? Contact Yvette Aguilar, Program Planner at (505) 989-6318 or YLAguilar@sfis.k12.nm.us
PAC monthly meetings are open to all parents that would like to attend. Meetings are via Zoom on the third Friday of each month. For the Zoom link, please contact Yvette Aguilar, Program Planner at (505) 989-6318 or YLAguilar@sfis.k12.nm.us