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Join Sequoia Village at the 7th Annual Walk for the Woods
Join Sequoia Village at the 7th Annual Walk for the Woods
Posted on 05/28/2014
When: 7:30 AM Saturday, June 7th Where: Nature Center - 425 S Woodland Road, Lakeside at the big green & white tent What: Choice of 3 Walks to raise funds for the Woodland Lake Park & Nature Center, plus Lakesider's concert, Firewise Presentation, T-shirt, door prizes & lunch  more
Sequoia Village has Got Our Attention
Sequoia Village has Got Our Attention
Posted on 05/06/2014
Although 2-year-old Emmalin Pryor had a handful of cotton candy April 25 during the Sequoia Village Charter School Spring Festival, her attention was drawn to the dunk tank, where a teacher was getting drenched every time someone hit the target.  more
Sequoia Village presents "Night of Stars" Talent Show
Sequoia Village presents "Night of Stars" Talent Show
Posted on 04/22/2014
We are excited to have auditions for the "Night of Stars" talent show!! Students may plan a one-person act or a group presentation. Presentations should be about 1.5 minutes long and will take place in the gym. The talent show is open to all K-12 students. Auditions for the talent show will take place on Monday, April 28th and Tuesday, April 29th from 8:30-10:30 am. You need to signup in your class and fill out the form to bring to the auditions.  more
Statement of Intent to Submit the 21st Century After School Program Grant Application
Statement of Intent to Submit the 21st Century After School Program Grant Application
Posted on 04/09/2014
Sequoia Village School was a grant recipient for the five year 21st Century After School Program Gran from 2007-2008 to 2012-2013 academic years. It was incredibly helpful to our students and we look forward to applying for the 2014-2015 school year version of the grant. This post is to notify our parents and the general public of our Intent to Submit the 21st Century After School Program Grant Application.   more
Last Day of the School Year Changed Due to Unused Snow Days
Last Day of the School Year Changed Due to Unused Snow Days
Posted on 04/09/2014
Due to unused snow days, delayed openings, and early release for weather purposes the following changes have been made: There will be school on Monday, April 21, 2014 (originally set as a snow rebate day). Thursday, May 29, 2014 will be a noon dismissal. Friday, May 30, 2014 will be a noon dismissal AND the last day of the school year.  more
Part of American Indian Christian Mission’s mission is service
Part of American Indian Christian Mission’s mission is service
Posted on 03/31/2014
A lot probably do not know that there is another school called the American Indian Christian Mission (AICM), which is also in Linden. It is located just off of state Route 260 at 924 Mission Lane, with a phone number of (928) 537-5912. AICM was established in 1985 following its use since 1969 as a base for ministering to adults and children on Navajo and Apache reservations in Arizona and the White Mountains.  more
Sequoia Village students organize school health fair
Sequoia Village students organize school health fair
Posted on 03/29/2014
Seventh and eighth grade students at Sequoia Village Charter School held a Health Fair on March 21 that took about six months for which to prepare. Hannah Kilber is the Teen Outreach teacher at Sequoia. She teaches seventh and eighth graders a life skills course that includes topics like having good self-esteem and not being influenced by peer pressure.   more
Sequoia Village School honor rolls
Sequoia Village School honor rolls
Posted on 03/28/2014
The Principal's List and Honor Roll for Sequoia Village K-8 students posted March 28, 2014.  more
Jackson Pollock, a sixth grader at Blue Ridge Middle School, stands with a second place ribbon he won for his science exhibit, “Moving Marbles.” The Northeast Arizona Regional Science Fair was held March 7 at the Blue Ridge Junior High gymnasium. Around 150 science projects from eight schools in Navajo County were presented.
White Mountain kids awarded in science fair
Posted on 03/21/2014
The Northeast Arizona Regional Science Fair presented 150 science projects selected from eight schools around Navajo County. Community members judged the projects for over five hours, combing through variables, conclusions and hypotheses.  more
Registration Packets available at Parent/Teacher Conferences
Registration Packets available at Parent/Teacher Conferences
Posted on 03/17/2014
Thursday May 20th and Friday May 21st at our Parent-Teacher Conferences, you will have the opportunity to register your student(s) for next school year. Registration packets will be available from your teacher and in the Gym. Turn in your packet ASAP to ensure your place for next year. We will start taking NEW enrollment on April 7th  more
Health Fair in the Sequoia Village Gym on March 21st
Health Fair in the Sequoia Village Gym on March 21st
Posted on 03/17/2014
On March 21, our Junior High TOP® Club will host a health fair in the gym from 1:00-4:00 p.m., for all families to walk through and receive important information. This will be from our TOP® Club participants as well as from many community members.  more
SVS Winners at 3rd Annual NE AZ Regional Science Fair
SVS Winners at 3rd Annual NE AZ Regional Science Fair
Posted on 03/10/2014
Sequoia Village School students took 5 first place ribbons, 1 second place ribbon and 8 third place ribbons in the 3rd Annual NE AZ Regional Science Fair.

Second grader Samuel Chugg took a first place ribbon in the Physics/Astronomy category and was awarded a scholarship to Kids College at NPC this summer.  more
Firefighters, Shriners tell children to ‘Be Burn Aware’
Firefighters, Shriners tell children to ‘Be Burn Aware’
Posted on 03/07/2014
Firefighters accompanied members of the White Mountain Shriners to local schools on Feb. 28 to help teach 464 elementary schoolchildren to “Be Burn Aware.” The “Be Burn Aware” program is sponsored by the El Zaribah Shriners International, which has 22 children’s hospitals nationwide. Two of them are burn hospitals where treatment is administered and research is done to help burn victims recover more fully.  more
Kindergarten registration scheduled for Feb. 11
Kindergarten registration scheduled for Feb. 11
Posted on 01/28/2014
Sequoia Village School, 982 Full House Lane in Linden, will hold kindergarten registration at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11. They bus to and from Show Low, Pinetop-Lakeside, Snowflake, Vernon, Clay Springs, Pinetop and Heber for full-day kindergarten.  more
Larry Nicholls Named Navajo County Teacher of the Year
Larry Nicholls Named Navajo County Teacher of the Year
Posted on 11/21/2013
Larry Nicholls Named Navajo County Teacher of the Year  more
Zumbathon at Sequoia Village School to Benefit Children's Miracle Network
Zumbathon at Sequoia Village School to Benefit Children's Miracle Network
Posted on 11/08/2013
Zumbathon Proceeds go to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Hosted By MISS NAVAJO COUNTY Kylie Koerperich BAKE SALE* Saturday November 16th from 5-8 PM at Sequoia Village School 982 Full House Lane, Show Low, AZ 85901  more
Honor Rolls - Sequoia Village School
Honor Rolls - Sequoia Village School
Posted on 11/01/2013
Honor Rolls - Sequoia Village School  more
Sequoia School located at 928 Full House Lane in Linden.
New Sequoia Village Building Opens its Doors
Posted on 08/16/2013
Many excited parents and students swarmed the parking lot for the ribbon cutting ceremony at Sequoia Village Charter School on Aug. 12. Their reward was hot dogs, hamburgers and other refreshments served up by school staff and administrators. Classes began Aug. 14 in the brand new 20,000 square-foot building that cost around $2.5 million to build. None of that money was paid by taxpayers.  more
Sequoia Village Ribbon Cutting - Monday Aug. 12th, 2013
Sequoia Village Ribbon Cutting - Monday Aug. 12th, 2013
Posted on 08/13/2013
You can view photos from the Sequoia Village Ribbon Cutting by going to News > SVS Photo Gallery > Ribbon Cutting or by using the link below.  more
All are Welcome to Sequoia Village's Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Our Newly Expanded Campus!
All are Welcome to Sequoia Village's Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Our Newly Expanded Campus!
Posted on 08/12/2013
Ribbon Cutting 5:00 PM Meet the Teachers 5:30 PM August 12, 2013 Free Hotdogs and Hamburgers  more
Scott Norris, Prescott Firefighter and Granite Mountain Hotshot, made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting and serving his community at Yarnell Hill.
Scott Norris, Prescott Firefighter and Granite Mountain Hotshot, made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting and serving his community at Yarnell Hill.
Posted on 07/01/2013
It is with deep sadness and solemnity that we extend our heartfelt prayers, gratitude, and condolences to Sequoia Choice Prescott REACH Coordinator, Karen Norris, mother of Scott Norris, Prescott Firefighter and Granite Mountain Hotshot, who made the ultimate sacrifice and gave the last full measure yesterday while protecting and serving his community in the fire at Yarnell Hill.  more
Sequoia Village School Open House Aug. 12th followed by "Meet the Teacher Night" until 8 PM
Sequoia Village School Open House Aug. 12th followed by "Meet the Teacher Night" until 8 PM
Posted on 06/27/2013
SEQUOIA VILLAGE SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE Monday, August 12th at 5pm followed by "Meet the Teacher Night" until 8:00 pm Explore our New Campus $2.5 million school renovation project! Enroll in our FREE All Day Kindergarten - students need to be 5 yrs. old before Sept 1st. Visit our Multi-grade Classrooms motivate students to work at their highest potential.  more
Pinetop resident (and SVS Alum) graduates from Ave Maria School of Law
Pinetop resident (and SVS Alum) graduates from Ave Maria School of Law
Posted on 06/14/2013
A 2003 graduate of Sequoia Village School in Show Low, Kvamme is the daughter of Capt. David and Sheri Kvamme of Pinetop, granddaughter of Jo Lynn Hale of Surprise and of Waldo and Candy Hale of Lakin, Kan.  more
3rd Annual Splash Mob 5K to Benefit Children First Academy
3rd Annual Splash Mob 5K to Benefit Children First Academy
Posted on 06/13/2013
Gather your friends and family to help SPLASH MOB 5K RACE and splash the runners as they race by! The race starts and ends at Big Surf.   more
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Children First Academy in Phoenix
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Children First Academy in Phoenix
Posted on 06/13/2013
Join us for the official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Children First Academy in Phoenix at its newly-renovated, state of the art campus. Our school provides high quality education and service specifically geared for homeless and at extreme risk children, living below the poverty line.   more
Sequoia Village School 8th Grade Graduate Launches First Clothing Collection at Shabby Apple
Sequoia Village School 8th Grade Graduate Launches First Clothing Collection at Shabby Apple
Posted on 06/05/2013
Sequoia Village School's recent 8th grade graduate, Shenoa Pierre, doesn't just look for the latest fashion trends, she creates them. The 14 year old fashion designer’s dress collection became part of Shabby Apples new, "COLOR POP," collection, launched on May 30, 2013.   more
Framing success: Construction moving along at Sequoia
Framing success: Construction moving along at Sequoia
Posted on 06/04/2013
The new construction at the Sequoia Village Charter School at 982 Full House Lane in Linden is quickly taking shape.  more
Four Page Insert for Sequoia Village in May 24th White Mountain Independent Newspaper
Four Page Insert for Sequoia Village in May 24th White Mountain Independent Newspaper
Posted on 05/24/2013
In the May 24th, 2013 copy of the White Mountain Independent, you'll find a new 4 page insert detailing the latest news on Sequoia Village School, our expansion for the 2013-2014 school year and how you can join us for another great school year.   more
May 20th Benefit Dinner to Help Bobcat Attack Victim Kaitlynn Lusk
May 20th Benefit Dinner to Help Bobcat Attack Victim Kaitlynn Lusk
Posted on 05/06/2013
On Monday, May 20th, Sequoia Village School located at 982 Full House Lane in Show Low, will host a benefit dinner from 5pm - 7pm, for Kaitlynn Lusk, who was the victim of a rabid bobcat attack. Miss Katie, as many of Sequoia Village School kindergarten students call her when she volunteers for the school, has incurred many medical bills due to the attack. The Lusk family is part of our Sequoia Village School family.   more
A Whole Lot of Pig Kissing...
A Whole Lot of Pig Kissing...
Posted on 05/06/2013
There was a whole lot of pig kissing going on at Sequoia Village School on Friday, May 3rd during the Read to Win Party. The Read to Win sponsors from 95.7 KWKM radio station, We Amuse, Show Low Purified Water and M&G Locks provide students with yummy treats, bounce house fun and a baby pig for Principal Savoia to kiss.   more
Sequoia Village School Open House
Sequoia Village School Open House
Posted on 04/23/2013
Explore Sequoia Night OPEN HOUSE Tuesday, April 23, 2013 3:30pm - 5:30pm PANTHERS ANNOUNCE: Now Enrolling K-12  more
Keeping It Clean
Keeping It Clean
Posted on 04/21/2013
Sequoia Village School teachers, students and their families gather for a group photo with some of the trash they collected April 13 at the Show Low City Park after their First Annual Clean the Park Earth Day Celebration.   more
Watch this video of our students building Spaghetti Towers.
Students Build Spaghetti Towers
Posted on 02/13/2013
Watch this video of our students building Spaghetti Towers.  more