Raven Report

Backpacks prohibited from sports games

Madeline Carpinelli and Oscar Nolf

November 19, 2019

After issues at Sequoia’s first football game of the season arose on Sept. 5, the administration implemented a new policy prohibiting backpacks and bags at football and basketball games. During the first football game against...

Health Careers Academy wins award for providing challenging curriculum, real-world opportunities

Madeline Carpinelli and Caitlin Sorensen

April 24, 2019

Sequoia’s Health Careers Academy (HCA) became one of the seven California Partnership Academies (CPA) distinguished academies in California, beating almost 400 other institutions for the award on March 4 at the CPA conference...

Girls just wanna have fundamental change

Shannon Coan, Copy Editor

April 24, 2019

Filled with nerves and excitement she walks through the doors of the U.N. General Assembly in New York City. World leaders sit before her as she listens to a conversation about advancing the rights of women in their respective...

Town Hall addresses teacher housing as development grows in Peninsula

Nick Abraham, Opinion Editor

March 15, 2019

With boarded up windows downtown, vacant buildings and empty streets, Redwood City earned the nickname “Deadwood City” for years. Today, the city has taken a 180-degree turn. The development of the Downtown Precise Plan...

New electives, math courses unveiled for next school year

Andrew Mancini, Staff Reporter

March 8, 2019

Elective offerings are broadening next school year, giving students an even greater opportunity to explore their passions, whether in the areas of child development, learning about leadership through athletics, or something else. ...

Sequoia students win Youth of the Year award

Kelsie Garay, Staff Reporter

February 1, 2019

Two Sequoia students won the Youth of the Year Award on Jan. 15 at the Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula. Out of the four Sequoia students nominated, senior Ximena Sanchez Martinez was one of the winners of this award, allowing...

RCSD bids farewell to four schools after declining enrollment threatens the district

Mia Padilla and Ysabelle Punzal

December 24, 2018

Due to budget cuts, a loss of funding and a decrease in enrollments, Fair Oaks Community School and Taft Elementary School will be combined into one campus, and Adelante and Selby Lane Spanish Immersion programs will become one starti...

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