What's Happening at PSIS

  • Mr. Michel's Zoom room

    Staff meeting

    Bi-weekly staff meeting for the staff at PSIS 

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  • PSIS

    Quas Qui Parent Advisory Meeting 7pm

    Quas Qui Parent Advisory Board (QQPAB) is composed of parents/guardians of PSIS students. The QQPAB represents the parents/guardians who are interested in promoting and supporting the educational, cultural and wellness needs of our PSIS students and their families. It is our intention to actively encourage involvement of PSIS student parents/guardians in the planning, development, monitoring and evaluations of programs and services which may be funded by PSIS or outside agencies.

     

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  • School Board meeting 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

    The PSIS school board meets every other Friday from 3 pm to 5 pm 

    Paschal Sherman Indian School
  • Mr. Michel's Zoom room

    Staff meeting

    Bi-weekly staff meeting for the staff at PSIS 

    Paschal Sherman Indian School
  • School Board meeting 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

    The PSIS school board meets every other Friday from 3 pm to 5 pm 

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2022-2023 School Calendar and Enrollment application

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 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 

Volunteers always welcome just need a form filled out

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We are always looking for parents or local community members to volunteer in the school, up at the dorm, on field trips and with extra-curricular activities.  In order for the students to be safe we have some forms that need to filled out and turned into the office if you would like to volunteer 

 Volunteer forms for PSIS.pdf 

 

thank you from PSIS 

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 

COVID GUIDELINES CHANGING STATEWIDE 

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