Kinder 1



Kinder 2 - Ms. Julia Price


1st Grade - Ms. Jolene Hubbard


My name is Jolene Hubbard and I have worked at PSIS as a Kindergarten Teacher for 5 years now.  I have also worked here in the building for the Tribal Head Start Program for 3 years. I have a BA in Education with an Endorsement in English.  I went to Walla Walla Community College to receive my AA Degree, then I went to Heritage College in Omak to receive my BA Degree. I have twins who are 11 years old, they turn 12 in March.  I have a boy and a girl, their names are Kylee and Kegan.  I have family all around me in Omak.  My hobbies include riding horses when I get a chance, hunting, beading when I get a chance, and many outdoor adventures.

I choose PSIS because I really like working with Kindergartners. I feel like I can make a difference in their lives and they make a difference in mine as well.  I like to be here for them as much as I can, teach them, listen to their problems or accomplishments and so on.  It’s challenging some days but every day is different so I love what I do.

My hopes and dreams for PSIS is to continue to make a positive change with my students and other students who stay here along the way.  I would like to see more classes evolving here such as cooking, keyboarding, and music to name a few.  I would like to see more positive behaviors within the students and strict disciplinary actions to possibly minimize the students who misbehave.

I believe PSIS is a strong school with many positives aspects.  We strive every day to be here for these students.

2nd Grade - Ms. Debbie Jane


I have worked at PSIS since 2003, 16 plus because I worked as a parapro for 2 years and 1 year in the dorm in the early 80’s. Total 19 years. I also worked as a parapro in Omak School District for 11 years.

I attended Wenatchee Valley College-Omak Campus for 2 years, then graduated from Heritage University-Omak Campus with a BA in Education.

I have 2 daughters, the eldest is Michelle, who use to work here for 3 years after she graduated from University of Washington with a BA. She received her Masters Degree in Athletic Field from Central University. She currently is the Director of The Boys and Girls Club, in Nespelem. She has one daughter, Preslee, who is 2 years old. My youngest daughter is Rachel, she currently works for the Colville Tribe Human Resource Department in Nespelem. She received her BA in HR at Eastern Washington University. She has one daughter, Kyra, who attended here from K-2nd grade. Kyra attends Omak Middle School. Rachel has one son, Messiah, who is currently in K-1 here.

I have played softball since 1977, I currently play with a women’s team in Wenatchee with my daughter Michelle and I play in a Senior League with Shirley Bowden. I am a pitcher, and an infielder.

I went to St. Mary’s Mission in 7th and 8th grade. During that time I had stated my goal was to come back as a teacher. I achieved this goal but I waited until after I had my children to go back to school. I am very happy to be back on campus at this beautiful school learning and teaching.

My hopes and dreams for PSIS is to become a school that meets all of our “Vision Statements”. “To prepare our children to be the speakers of our language, guardians of our culture, and leaders of our future.”

6th Grade - Mrs. Cami Nicholson

8th Grade - Mr. Ellis Caiola

7th Grade - Ms. Tatiana Abrahamson

9th Grade -Ms. Melony Edwards