Our Mission Statement

The Indian Community School cultivates an enduring cultural identity and critical thinking by weaving indigenous teachings with a distinguished learning environment.


When to Keep Your Child Home From School 2019-03-20T21:17:21+00:00


Keep Your Child Home When . . .

  • Oral (by mouth) temperature is above 100 degrees F.
  • Cold symptoms are serious enough to interfere with your child’s ability to learn.
  • Cough causing difficulty breathing, chest pain or frequent vomiting (throwing up).
  • Diarrhea (the runs) or vomiting (throwing up).
  • Rash that has not been seen by a doctor or open sores that have drainage or pus.
  • Chicken Pox is very contagious and uncomfortable — please keep your child home until lesions are dry and crusted over.
  • Stomach pain with temperature, vomiting of diarrhea.
  • Sore throat that hurts when your child swallows or has a fever and/or a rash.
  • Live Lice.
  • Pink eye; if drainage/gunk in eye is present or discomfort prevents learning. Child should be kept home for 24 hours after eye drops have been started.
  • Any infection that needs antibiotics. Your child should remain at home until after being on medicine for 24 hours and is no longer contagious.
  • When your child has been ill the night before and complains of being tired or not feeling well enough for school.