URGENT-VOLUNTEER NEEDED The Scholastic Book Fair needs a co-chair ASAP! The Book Fair is a Sequoya favorite and we would hate to see this event cancelled. The Book Fair is scheduled November 13-16th. Please contact Diana Kouhi at firstname.lastname@example.org for information or to help out!
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Sequoya’s Student Council is collecting school supplies in Ms. Cahill’s class. They will be filling up donated backpacks for Navajo Elementary students following the devastating fire that displaced the students and staff. Teacher and student supplies requested.
We will be collecting paper, pencils, composition books, dry erase markers and Kleenex, etc. Please drop off any items you can in the office. We will collect through August. Thank you all in advance. Social media announcements from Navajo Elementary on August 22nd 2018, Wednesday:
WELCOME BACK TO OUR SEQUOYA COMMUNITY!!! So happy to let you know that Sequoya will be open tomorrow, Friday, May 4th. It has been a difficult week for all of us, but I am so proud of our teachers for all the work they have done to fight for all of our students. We are
Upcoming speaker event at Cocopah, Monday May 7th. See below. (adult-only event) Welcome Sequoya Parents!
Dear Sequoya Parents, EVERY Wednesday of the month of April, your very own Sequoya Staff is going to be holding a WALK IN morning at 8:15. Motivated by #RedForEd, and in a joint effort with Sequoya’s APT, we invite you to attend to show your support. If you are available, please plan on: *wearing RED (have students
Student Council will be sponsoring our last community service drive of the school year. We will once again be collecting food and necessities for the HEALing House pantry. The goal of The HEALing House is to improve the quality of life for mothers and their families while dealing with the challenges of a cancer diagnosis. We
[March, 2018] Check out the following morning and evening forums with Meet your Acting Superintendent, Dr. Amy Fuller, at our community – Chaparral High School.
Dear Parents, Blessed Sacrament has been a wonderful neighbor allowing our families to use their parking lot. We would like to continue this relationship. There have been concerns with cars blocking the driveway and students throwing rocks at cars while walking down to the church. Please make sure you are parking in a parking spot
[01/25/2018] Notice to parents of off-campus incident Dear Parents and Guardians, Student safety is paramount in the Scottsdale Unified School District. We want to inform you of an incident that occurred off-campus this week. The Phoenix Police Department is investigating a possible attempted abduction in the area of 60th Street and Shea on Wednesday, January