The survey asks questions about risk for injury,health outcomes, and alcohol and drug use. Schools, communities and state and local health departments use survey results to support our youth and reduce their risks.
To read more click on links below to download the flier:
Healthy Youth Survey Parent flyer 2014
Healthy Youth Survey Parent flyer SPANISH 2014
All 6th and 8th grade students will take the Healthy Youth Survey on Tuesday, October 14th 2014
* This survey will not include questions about sexuality or sexual orientation.
* For questions contact Dave Wilson, Counselor/Healthy Youth Survey Coordinator at 253-945-3798 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
* To have your student opt out, call Dave Wilson above or call the main office at
We now use Google calendars on our website. Please note that if the date is colored that means there is an event on that day. You can see the event(s) by clicking on the day.
Please note the location change to Sequoyah Middle School
For information on this event click the “Pods” tab to find your Pod page.
Click the tab “Pods” to see what is happening in your Pod at Sequoyah Middle School.
Sequoyah Middle School now has a Facebook page. Come and see what’s happening! Follow the Facebook link
The Sisters Fair only comes to Seattle about once per decade. If you are a young woman in grade 6-12 or the parent of one, especially if you’ve never considered a women’s education before, you should not miss this event! Event to be held on September 10, 2014.
Click on link for information
See what is happening here at Sequoyah for the 2014-2015 school year. The latest newsletter under the about us tab. Check important upcoming dates and activities.
Sequoyah socks on sale for $15.00. Show school spirit and support our ASB.
Click on the following link to view the Federal Way School Districts Emergencies Bulletin.
As with any emergency situation, the decision to cancel or delay school depends on many factors, the most important of which is student and staff safety. Unfortunately, the conditions that cause us to delay or cancel school aren’t always immediately obvious. We strive to make our decisions about school closings or delays as early as possible. Sometimes, the conditions change so quickly that a timely decision is not possible.