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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.

Get to Know Sequoyah’s New Director of College Counseling

In August of 2019, Director of College Counseling Elsa von Heydenreich announced that she would be retiring at the end of the...

COVID-19 in the East Side

COVID-19 has presented itself as a major threat to the working class and lower income communities, a majority of which are located...

Sequoyah School’s Plan to Deter Chronic Tardiness

In an effort to deter chronic tardiness, Sequoyah recently implemented a program at the high school that gives students with numerous tardies...

COVID-19 Forces Sequoyah School to Transition to Distance Learning

On March 12th, Head of School Josh Brody sent an email to all students and families notifying them that school would close...

Sequoyah Debuts DEI Day

On Tuesday, February 25th, Sequoyah held its first ever “DEI Day” at the high school campus. DEI Day, which stands for Diversity,...

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We’re all in a bit of a stressful situation right now, and it’s important to keep in touch with our friends and know what they’re up to. So this week I interviewed freshman Simone Listiak to see how she’s been dealing with quarantine.

SeQUIZah!

Announcements! 2:40pm: Our team is going to need some time to crunch the numbers...
Seeing how Sequoyah is dealing with this weird time is critical to staying connected! This week I interviewed sophomore Adam Lurvey to see what’s keeping him busy, what he’s snacking on, and generally how he’s staying sane!
What is keeping Sequoyah students busy? How are people staying sane? Let’s stay connected in this weird time by at least knowing what our peers are snacking on. This week I interviewed one of our juniors, Claire Donahue, to see how she is using her quarantine time.
What is keeping Sequoyah students busy? How are people staying sane? Let’s stay connected in this weird time by at least knowing what our peers are snacking on. This week I interviewed our beloved senior Max Adams to see how he is using his quarantine time.

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