Baseball and Softball Schedules


What's Happening at PSIS

  • No School Memorial Day

    There will be no school on Monday May 29, 2023 for memorial day 

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  • PSIS @ Pumphouse (rookies)

    Rookies have a game @ 530 at eastside park 

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  • Child Find 12pm to 2 pm

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  • Okanogan @ PSIS (u12 softball)

    PSIS lady chiefs have a home game starts at 6 pm 

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  • Grocery Outlet @ PSIS (rookies)

    rookie baseball has a game at 530 at east side park 

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PSIS Child Find Thursday June 1, 12pm to 2pm


For the stakeholders of PSIS

Congratulations on successfully completing your Cognia Accreditation Engagement Review!

To see the report please click on the link  Paschal Sherman Indian School AER report.pdf 

Tic season is here




Here’s how you can help your child to avoid tick-borne illnesses:

Help them dress appropriately by wearing light-colored clothes with long sleeves and tucking their pants into their socks to avoid a tick crawling into these gaps.

Apply an EPA registered insect repellent ideally with at least 20% DEET and treat clothing (or buy pretreated clothing) with permethrin. 

Limit outdoor play to sunlit areas away from the woods.

After coming inside, remind them to shower as soon as possible.

Place clothes in a hot dryer for at least 10 minutes before washing to kill ticks.

Perform a tick check after being outdoors and be sure to check in crevices such as their elbows, behind their ears, between their legs, behind their knees, in their hair, etc.


How to remove a tick:

Use fine-tipped tweezers to grasp the tick as close to the skin’s surface as possible.

Pull upward with steady, even pressure.  Don’t twist or jerk the tick; this can cause the mouthparts to break off and remain in the skin.  If this happens, remove the mouthparts with tweezers.  If you are unable to remove the mouth easily with clean tweezers, leave it alone and let the skin heal.  

After removing the tick, thoroughly clean the bite area and your hands with rubbing alcohol, an iodine scrub, or soap and water.

Dispose of a live tick by submersing it in alcohol, placing it in a sealed bag/container, wrapping it tightly in tape, or flushing it down the toilet.  Never crush a tick with your fingers.

2022-2023 School Calendar and Enrollment application

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To download and print the PSIS handbook please use this link  PSIS Student Handbook 2022-2023.docx 

 To download and print the calendar please use this link  22-23 PSIS SCHOOL CAL

 To download and print the application please use this link  student enrollment application 2022-2023 

 digital student enrollementapplication 2023-24.pdf 

PSIS student health services

Health Screenings 

  • Vision 
  • Hearing 
  • Health appraisals (height, weight, blood pressure, body mass index) 

Mobile Clinics 

  • Smile Mobile 
  • Eye See mobile vision clinic 

Case management 

  • Referrals 
  • Medication management and administration 
  • Management of life-threatening conditions: asthma, diabetes, seizure disorders, and anaphylaxis 


Governor Inslee will officially lift the emergency proclamation set in place in February of 2020 at the end of this month. This means that most department of health requirements regarding Covid-19 will change to recommendations. This also shifts the authority from the Department of Health to Local Health Jurisdictions statewide.  

Dr. Barbara, Director of Health and Human Services for the Colville Tribe has given PSIS the following guidance:  

With the sunset of the emergency declaration and the change in the COVID guidance from the CDC, we will now be treating COVID-19 as endemic in society.  All of your standard protocols for any sick child will apply (children who are actively sick with a fever or vomiting should be sent home).  No COVID-19 tests will be required for staff or students, and ongoing surveillance will not be required.” 

PSIS will continue to test students, staff, or family members if requested. We will also supply take-home tests if requested, as supplies allow. 

Please contact the school nurse at PSIS with questions regarding these changes, or if you would like to pick up some take home tests - 509-422-7704