Proper Way to Cough and Sneeze
It’s almost unavoidable during cold and flu season to not get sick, but we can help decrease the probability of being infected if we all know the proper way to sneeze and cough. Read more >>>
Welcome to Indian Oasis, where we empower children with a strong cultural identity and the knowledge to help them conquer every challenge they may encounter during their journey of life. We are pleased to serve elementary students, fourth through sixth grade, from the beautiful Tohono O’odham Nation reservation in Sells, Arizona southwest of Tucson.
At Indian Oasis we are dedicated to serving you, our parents, by teaming with you in the education of your child. We invite you to explore our new website so that you may get to know us better, and contact us with any questions or concerns you may have. We look forward to hearing from you!
As you may have heard, Ms. Karp is moving to Michigan to be with her family. It is with great enthusiasm that I have accepted the opportunity to serve as the interim principal of Indian Oasis Intermediate School after proudly serving the Baboquivari Unified School District (BUSD) for the past three years. Most recently, I was the instructional technology coach for all of BUSD, and before that I was the school instructional specialist here at the intermediate school for two years. For thirteen years prior to arriving at BUSD I taught third, fourth, and fifth grades in southern Arizona. I am deeply committed to continuing to build a safe environment for our students to learn academically and know their Himdag.
I am looking forward to having the chance to meet each of you. Please feel free to contact me via email, by phone, or in person at the school. Should you stop by and I am not available, please schedule an appointment with our office staff.
It is my honor and privilege to serve the Indian Oasis Intermediate School this year. I am looking forward to working with teachers, students, parents, and community members to make this a successful year.
Success: No less! That’s how the Roadrunners run!
Judy Winsberg, M.Ed.