Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

High School

In an effort to deter chronic tardiness, Sequoyah recently implemented a program at the high school that gives students with numerous tardies community service time. Under this program, any student who is tardy to either Morning Meeting...
On Tuesday, February 25th, Sequoyah held its first ever “DEI Day” at the high school campus. DEI Day, which stands for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Day, was a response to the Westboro Baptist Church protest that occurred...
While most Sequoyah students were not eligible to vote on Super Tuesday, from March 3 through March 4, 31 Sequoyah students voted in the 2020 primaries in a mock election run by The Barefoot Times. Most (93.5%)...
Following a poll The Barefoot Times conducted among Sequoyah students in February, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has grown his lead among polled Sequoyah students, with Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren in a distant second place. The February poll was conducted...
Sequoyah’s high school boys and girls basketball teams recently finished their best season in Sequoyah history. The boys ended their season with an overall record of 6-6 and a league record of 6-2. The girls had a league record...
This year there has been a surge of green initiatives at Sequoyah involving many student-driven groups advocating for rapid change as a response to the current climate crisis.  Senior Ozzy Simpson initiated Sequoyah’s Sunrise hub, a youth-led group advocating for...
Last year, Sequoyah joined the Mastery Transcript Consortium, a group of schools building a new high school transcript that focuses on the skills students learn, rather than on the grades they receive in their courses. As a pilot school,...
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 summit. The Sunrise Movement is a youth led movement fighting to stop climate change and...
Following a poll The Barefoot Times conducted among Sequoyah students in January, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has taken the lead among polled Sequoyah students, with Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and entrepreneur Andrew Yang, who has since suspended his campaign,...
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...