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GSA hosts LGBT-based teacher discussion

Isabel Sanchez-Foster, Staff Reporter

The Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) hosted a panel of Sequoia teachers who shared their advice with students, parents, and other Sequoia administration on how to create a welcoming environment for LGBT students. The disc...  Read More »

Dec 12

GSA hosts LGBT-based teacher discussion

The Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) hosted a panel of Sequoia teachers who shared their advice with students, parents, and other Sequoia administration on how to create a welcoming environment for LGBT students. The ...  Read More »

Dec 7

Rep. Speier shares life experiences, motivates students at Sequoia assembly

Rep. Speier shares life experiences, motivates students at Sequoia assembly

Maddie Pei, Managing Editor

House of Representative member Jackie Speier of California’s 14th district visited Sequoia High School on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8. Speier used the assembly, which convened in Carrington hall, to give an account of he...  Read More »

Nov 8

First storm of season wipes out electrical grid

Mackenzie Clarke, News editor

Sequoia’s power supply unexpectedly shut down during the early hours of Friday, Oct. 14 during zero period. Per district mandate, the school is required to have a backup generator for situations such as this; however, that...  Read More »

Nov 2

Varsity football team kneels in silent protest of police brutality

Darien Daly, Staff Reporter

A dozen members of the Sequoia varsity football team knelt during the Star Spangled Banner Sept. 28 in an act of solidarity with the fight against police brutality towards African Americans. Both players and coaches participated in the protest, which was proposed just before the game’s st...  Read More »

Oct 31

New year, new curriculum: two IB classes undergo changes

Aviva Futornick, Photo Editor

Two International Baccalaureate (IB) classes have undergone make overs during the summer; IB History of the Americas (HOA) and IB Environmental Systems and Societies (ESS) began the year with changes in their curriculums,...  Read More »

Oct 31

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Standard based grading passes with E’s not A’s

Standard based grading passes with E’s not A’s

Shannon Coan and Benjy Jude

The standard-based grading system has developed mixed feelings, primarily among students. “It’s shifted our conversation about grades to talking about students’ performance,”...  Read More »

Dec 14

Sequoia Says

Sam Brook, Reporter

Dec 14

Ravens learn to soar in new heights with DELTAS

Ravens learn to soar in new heights with DELTAS

Beatrice Bugos, Feature Editor

Have you been wondering why the bell rings one minute later, before lunch? This year, the schedule has changed to add one minute to every third and fourth period class....  Read More »

Dec 14

Scoring goals not enough to stay in soccer

Krista Weaver, Staff Reporter

At Sequoia, there have been rules set up regarding academic progress while playing sports, but how many people are aware of them? How do those affected feel about them? According ...  Read More »

Dec 14

Jean and Belt Culture

Dario McCarty and Matthew Eisenberg, Staff Reporter and Page Editor

Recently, many students have been spending exorbitant amounts of money on premium designer brand jeans. Jeans have long been a staple of high school fashion, but as of late...  Read More »

Dec 12

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The student news site of Sequoia High School
The student news site of Sequoia High School