June 22, Community Wide Public Forum from 1:00pm - 3:00pm on School Improvement plan
Community Wide Public Forum from 1:00pm - 3:00pm on School Improvement plan and goal setting for school year 2021- 2022 ALL community members are welcome to have their voices heard. If interested in attending go to Mr. Michel zoom link on PSIS website on June 22.
The Nature Immersion program involves the strategic use of wilderness skills, mindfulness and equine-assisted learning to promote healthy patterns of communication and behavior. The curriculum is fundamentally built on the pedagogy of experiential education and place-based learning. Each lesson is designed to stimulate creative problem solving, promote hands on application through cooperative group work, and illicit connections between the Common Core State Standards, the skills and social-emotional learning. The program seeks to redirect negative patterns of communication by isolating habitual behavior and encouraging creative problem solving, conflict resolution and purposeful communicative techniques. The Nature Immersion program is designed to help each individual find successful and positive strategies for navigating adversity and thereby enhancing opportunities for academic, behavioral and emotional growth. The program was piloted with the 8th grade class during the first semester and it has now expanded to include 6th and 7th grade students.