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March Super Students

Sequoyah Lower and Upper Elementary presents its March Super Students. These students were chosen because of their hard work, leadership, and good character in and out of the classroom. Congratulations students! FIRST AND SECOND GRADE Front L to R: Braislee Lowe, Estella Priest, and Elliana Cowan Back L to R: Emma Pezzuto, Caleb Bowman, Lola Conger, Karsen Hull Heidi Smith   . . .

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Congratulations SMS Trap Team

Congratulations to the Middle School Trap Team for their second place finish at the Regional Trap Shoot. Their hard work has paid off as they have earned one of the eight slots for the State Trap Shoot in El Reno. In addition to the team taking second place, Bryton Cagle came in first and J.D. Singer came in fifth in the individual competition. Both will compete for the Individual State Champion at the state shoot. . . .

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Grand Lake Mental Health Donates Laptops

Grand Lake Mental Health Center is proud to announce the donation of some 350 laptop computers to Sequoyah, Oklahoma Public Schools in an effort to provide students and staff with equitable access to quality public education during the COVID-19 pandemic. The donation will help the school district bridge the ‘digital divide’ resulting in hundreds of educators and pupils gaining access to much-needed learning . . .

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Daily Health Screening Checklist

Parents/guardians are to conduct the Eagle Pledge Health Screening checklist below on a daily basis.  Attendance at school will confirm the parent/guardian/student has answered "no" to all questions.  Answering "yes" to any of the questions means the student remains off-site.

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Sequoyah Elementary PH: (918) 341-6111

Sequoyah Middle School PH: (918) 343-5105

Sequoyah Mid High PH: (918) 341-5537

Sequoyah High School PH: (918) 341-0642

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