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Solar Eclipse Extravaganza

Sequoia Middle School hosted a 2 hour event on Monday, August 21st, in recognition of the epic solar eclipse phenomenon. Special guest speaker from Tulare County Office of Education/Circle J Ranch, Nance Bruce, addressed the science behind a solar eclipse. Click HERE to read more.

Sports

*On Tuesday our Lady Hawks Volleyball team work together to beat the Summit Bears 2-1. Cick HERE to read more.

*On Tuesday the boys football team continued to be undefeated after playing Summit. Cick HERE to read more.

The 2017 Cross Country team finishes the season undefeated. Click HERE to read more. 2016 Girls softball team crowned Whitney League Champions. Click HERE to read more.

Student Life

Sequoia participates in a Math Field day. Click HERE to read more. 2017 National History Day Finalists. Click HERE to read more.
2017 Girls Robotics Team Spelling bee 3 time first place champion. Click HERE to read more.

2017-2018 School Calendar can be found HERE

Helping Students Learn Monthly Newsletter

Click HERE to read more about Parents Make a Difference and HERE for past Helping Children Learn Newsletters

PUSD 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 at PUSD 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.

Parents Supporting Students

Support from home can be key to a student's success at school. Read some helpful tips by clicking HERE.


  • 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.

Statement of Non-Discrimination

Title VI of Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1972. The District does not discriminate against any person the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnic group, actual or perceived sexual orientation, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability. The District will take steps to assure that the lack of English will not be a barrier to admission or participation in District programs. Complaints alleging noncompliance with this policy of nondiscrimination should be directed to Sergio Mendoza. A copy of the District's Uniform Complaint Policy is available at 559.793.2452. The District's Title IX Coordinator at 559.793.2445or the District's 504 Coordinator at 559.793.2473.

Upcoming Events

*10/9-FB/VB Playoffs

  • 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.

Parent Opportunities

Sequoia Middle School engages parents in the following types of roles and activities to increase their involvement and support for learning:

• SSC, ELAC and LCAP

• Title 1 funding allocations and decision-making

• Special event participation (Cancer Run/Walk, Swing Dance competition, Bryant’s Blessing …)

• Book fair helpers

• Awards day presentations

• Fieldtrip day volunteers (Robotics competition, Expanding Horizons, …)

• Orientation presentations

• Open house

• Student Clubs with parent co-leaders (Cyberquest, Reading Revolution, National History Day)

• Music concerts & Music booster club

Please contact us if you are interested in any of our many opportunities.