2018-2019 Upcoming Events

  • 8/13-8/16-Football/Volleyball tryouts
  • 8/15- Early release, 1:45 (Every Wednesday is early release time)
  • 8/20-8/24-W.O.W. Week
  • 8/20-Cross Country practice begins
  • 8/28-Back to School Night
  • 8/29-Picture Day
  • 9/3-Labor Day, No School

Sequoia Middle School

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Recent Posts
  • 2018-2019 NEW BELL SCHEDULE

    For the 2018-2019 year there has been an UPDATED bell schedule. Start and release time have been changed to 8:05-3:10 Every Wednesday is a early ...

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  • Sequoia is filled with Talent

    The 2018 Sequoia Middle School showcased some amazing talent through dance, singing, and instruments. Congratulations to everyone who participated and ...

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  • 8th Grade Promotion Trip

    Celebrate graduating 8th Grade! After the Promotion Ceremony on Thursday, June 7th, we will have a trip to Quantum Leap. We have reserved the entire ...

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Sports Articles

Recent Posts
  • Softball and Baseball compete in Whitney League Finals

    On Saturday, the Hawks baseball team faced off against the Pirates from Lindsay in the semifinals of the Whitney League playoffs. Aiden Jackson didn't ...

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  • Softball and Baseball teams head to semifinals

    Yesterday our girls softball team played the Woodlake Bengals in a home playoff game and beat them 13-5. Our girls continue to do well on offense ...

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  • Track Team Competes at League Finals

    The boys track team took 3rd place at the Whitney league meet. Andrew Bouayabvong place 3rd in the hurdles. The 4x400 relay team of Leo Andrade, Josh ...

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Annual Cancer Run

At Sequoia Middle School

We conducted to raise money for the local hospital.

One of our own teachers Eric Thomas was generous enough have his hair cut prior to the annual Sequoia Cancer Run/Walk to be donated to an organization that creates wigs for students undergoing cancer treatment.

Cancer Run highlights

Parents Supporting Students

Support from home can be key to a student's success at school.

  • Before & After School academic support classes are in session. As in previous years, all students achieving at Basic, Below Basic, or Far Below Basics are required to attend, as well as students who fall below proficiency on any standards based assessment, CFA, or benchmark.
  • Cell phones taken from students during the day can be picked up after school in the front office on Wednesday and Fridays only.
  • The Parent Institute is the #1 source for family involvement information. Read this months Helping Children Learn newsletter (Spanish Version).

Each spring students participate in the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress. Read more details on the CAASPP Parent Letter (Spanish Version)

Linked Learning

Pathways to College and Career Success

  • Digital Design & Communication
  • Law, Justice & Education
  • Engineering
  • Performing Arts
  • Multimedia & Technology
  • Environmental Science
  • Business & Finance
  • Health Sciences
  • Precision Agriculture Technology

For more information on one of the exciting high school PATHWAYS programs click here.

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Porterville United School District Cares

To take a more proactive approach to safety and other concerns we have created several new ways for the community to report these incidents. The new PUSD Incident form can be filled out atPUSD Cares Incident Report Form (English) o rPUSD Cares Incident Report Form (Spanish). There is also a service that accepts calls and texts at 559-715-CARE or (559-715-2273).

Any issues that require immediate or emergency assistance should be reported directly to the appropriate authorities such as 911. What can you report?

  • If you feel unsafe or know someone who feels unsafe
  • Bullying, harassment or intimidation at school
  • Bullying, harassment or intimidation out of school
  • Cyberbullying (Facebook, Myspace, Youtube, Text Messaging, Instant Messaging)
  • Fights, drugs, or weapons at school
  • Friends who talk about hurting themselves

Academic Resources

To read about Common Core State Standards click HERE

View video examples and practice study guides by going to the math department page.