Archives / 2019 / May

Principal’s Corner

Principal’s Corner

Sequoia Parent-Partners, let me get right to the point.   Verbally assaulting anyone is not allowed, for any reason. Driving dangerously to swerve around a parked school bus is not allowed, for any reason. Parking on Hearst by the school (between Lincoln Ave. and the lower gate) is illegal during the road construction project during school hours. “Parking” means stopping your car along the cu... »

Returning to Sequoia for 2019–20?

Returning to Sequoia for 2019–20?

Something new from OUSD this spring: confirming ONLINE that your Squirrel intends to return to Sequoia for the next year.  (Note: This does not apply to students transferring out or graduating to middle school.) Go to sequoiaschool.net/schoolmint to learn how to confirm re-enrollment at Sequoia. (Note: Sequoia paper forms distributed earlier this spring are NOT valid for OUSD re-enrollment.) »

Thank You From the Neighborhood Appeal Team

Thank You From the Neighborhood Appeal Team

Donations are still being tallied from our recent Neighborhood Appeal campaign.   In the meantime, we want to give a huge shout out to the following people who helped assemble and distribute packages to local neighborhoods: Alma Leon-Reveles, Andrea Larson, Andy and Andrea Dreyfuss, Anna Keefe, Anne Rockwood, Arianne Wagner, Elana and Adam Stein, Emily and Chris Songster, Erich Valo, Janis Lo... »

2019–20 Sequoia Healthy Start Afterschool Applications

2019–20 Sequoia Healthy Start Afterschool Applications

If you’ve been looking to join the Sequoia Healthy Start (SHS) family, now’s the time to sign up! Applications for the 2019–20 program will be available in the main office and Healthy Start office on Monday, May 20. We offer two programs: one for TK/Kinder and the other for grades 1–5. SHS is open to all families who attend Sequoia.   SHS Afterschool Program is a program under the... »

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