Sunday, January 26th, 2020

News

Following a poll The Barefoot Times conducted among Sequoyah students in December, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders continue to garner the same amount of support from polled Sequoyah students. The December poll was conducted with...
Following a poll The Barefoot Times conducted among Sequoyah students in November, the latest poll shows that Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is now tied with Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders in support from Sequoyah students. The November poll was conducted...
Student-led conferences (commonly known as SLCs) will include parents this year. Conferences in previous years included only students and their advisor. During SLCs, students will reflect on their academic and social experience at Sequoyah, evaluating both successes and challenges...
The Barefoot Times recently polled 48 high school students at Sequoyah about 2020 presidential candidates and the issues they care about. Of those who responded, which constitute just over 33% of the student body, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders leads...
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 school’s enhanced admissions program. In previous years, the freshman class only had about two...
From November 6th through 9th, Sequoyah’s 12th graders will go on their senior retreat—a four day canoe trip down the Colorado river along the Nevada-Arizona border. According to Brian Eagen, Director of Field Studies at Sequoyah, this four-day, three-night...
On September 20th, students from Sequoyah’s high school led a climate strike at Pasadena City Hall to call out climate change inaction. The strike, which occurred from 8:30 AM to around 2:30 PM, was led by twelfth grader Ozzy...
Sophomore Julian Suh-Toma won the recent Steering Committee Co-Chair election and will be a Co-Chair for the next two school years, until he graduates. Suh-Toma will be serving alongside junior Ozzy Simpson next year. The elections were held on Wednesday,...
In the beginning of January, mysterious traffic cones began appearing on multiple Sequoyah students’ doorsteps late at night. The students who were “coned,” all juniors, were baffled when orange traffic cones appeared in front of their homes overnight. On the...
On Monday, February 25th, picketers from the Westboro Baptist Church are planning on protesting in front of Sequoyah’s high school campus as students arrive at school. The Topeka, Kansas based anti-gay group said in a press release released on...