Sequoia Charter Receives State Farm Good Neighbor Student Achievement Grant to Link Classroom Learning to Community Problem-Solving
Posted on 01/09/2015
The Sequoia Charter School Cooperative Community Task Force, which is comprised of students, faculty, PTO, and the Sequoia Schools Health and Wellness Committee, at Sequoia Charter School in Mesa, AZ has received a State Farm Student Achievement Grant to lead their students in a semester-long service and learning project to address health, poverty, hunger, and homelessness in their community.
Walk to School - October 23rd - Horne Campus
Posted on 10/02/2014
INTERNATIONAL WALK/BIKE TO SCHOOL DAY AND SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL INVITES OUR STUDENTS, STAFF, PARENTS/GUARDIANS AND COMMUNITY STAKEHOLDERS TO MEET AT THE SE CORNER OF SOUTHERN AND HORNE IN THE PARKING LOT NEXT TO CIRCLE K. WE WILL BEGIN MEETING AT 7:10 AM AND BEGIN OUR WALK AT 7:20 SHARP. YOU MAY ALSO JOIN US ALONG THE WAY---FOR LOCATION: Contact: C. Woodard- (480) 461-3200 x10658
Edkey / Blue Cross Blue Shield Walking Works Challenge
Posted on 09/03/2014
WalkingWorks is a Blue Cross Blue Shield online tracking platform, inviting you to move from “learning about” to “doing something about” your health. You can use time or miles to record your physical activity, then log and track individual progress on the interactive web portal.
Best of Sequoia - Thursday, May 1st from 4:30 to 7:30 PM
Posted on 05/01/2014
Join the Radio Disney Phoenix Road Crew with the hottest music from all your favorite artists. Get connected with cool prizes, interactive games, water maze, great food and fun for the entire family. Carnival games and rides are only $2 per person FREE ADMISSION
Proposed State Budget Add-on would hurt SSDHH & Special Needs Students
Posted on 04/11/2014
Sequoia School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing needs your help! The most recent proposed budget from the state legislature includes an add-on that does not include the funding which allows underperforming charter schools to defend their school from charter revocation. As an alternative to funding the process, the legislature’s solution is to bypass the process as it exists now. Which means every charter school receiving a 'D' rating for three years will have their charter automatically revoked and be forced to close without due process.
Early childhood reading project seeks donations
Posted on 03/17/2014
Mayor Scott Smith and Mesa United Way are inviting the community to buy and collect children’s books to ensure every child has plenty to read this summer. The Read On Mesa project is part of a national and statewide effort to improve early childhood literacy, particularly among disadvantaged children.