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Greta Simpson

Thoughts on Returning Back to School: Phase 1

Sequoyah’s COVID-19 Health and Safety working group, headed by Brian Eagan, Director of Field Studies, has put together a plan for when Sequoyah’s high...

Sequoyah Community Participates in a School Sponsored Blood Drive

From November 9th to 20th, Sequoyah School sponsored a blood drive at Huntington Hospital in Pasadena; the event was hosted by 12th grader Dominik...

High School’s Annual Halloween Costume Contest

To celebrate Halloween, the Small Events stewardship committee at Sequoyah’s high school hosted a costume contest on Friday, October 30th, 2020. For the first...

Sequoyah Students Quizzed on Fake News Relating to COVID-19

Recently a lot of false information about COVID-19 has been circulating on the Internet. To understand how much of it students actually believe, The Barefoot Times quizzed them on common rumors and false facts about the coronavirus.

Five Sequoyah Students Storm Nation’s Capitol, Prepare for Earth Day With Sunrise Movement

From February 13th to February 17th, five Sequoyah students from the Sunrise Sequoyah  hub visited Washington, D.C., for Sunrise’s middle and high school student...

Recapping the Pasadena Climate Action Forum

On February 4th, Sequoyah students helped organize the first-ever student-led Pasadena Climate Action Forum. At the forum, mayoral and city council candidates were asked...

Sequoyah’s High School Takes in 12 K–8 Students, More Than Previous Years

Sequoyah’s ninth grade class this year includes 12 students continuing on from the K-8 campus. School administrators credit this large influx of students to...

The Big Sleep: Sleeping in isn’t just for slackers. Science, and fashion, demand a later school start.

Every morning I have to leave my house at exactly 8:00 AM, so I can get to school on time. This may not seem...