May 6, 2022

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Thank you Parent Faculty Club for spoiling our SMS Staff!

Campus Happenings...

Message from our Library!

Library books that were check out in the Fall Semester are due by Tuesday May 17th.

Library hours 7:30 am- 3: 30 pm

Any questions can be sent in an email to

The library has over 500 books that are still overdue from Fall 2022.

Bulletin for May 6th

Revised COVID Guidance

We NEED you-- click here to sign up for Parent Patrol

11am - 1:15pm on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday. 10am - 12pm on Wednesdays

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STEM Summer Camps- NO COST!

Secondary ~ Middle School; Current 6th, 7th & 8th Grade Students

These are free, week-long camps, fully sponsored by Marathon Petroleum. These camps are separated by gender, and are open to all middle school students throughout the district and neighboring communities.

For any questions, please contact Mrs. Shauna Hawes, teacher at Valley View MS

SMS Parent Faculty Club, click here for information

Want to get involved in supporting our school? Not sure how? Contact one of our PFC parents.

Sequoia Middle School Website

Up-to-date information on campus happenings. Please check regularly!

Daily Video Bulletins

Grab your popcorn and the rest of your family and learn about all of the wonderfully cool and exciting events taking place at SMS. See the creative ways our students broadcast important messages and happenings at Sequoia Middle.

Please mark your calendars--->On time, Belly Fed, Well-rested to support students' best effort!

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Week of May 9th- CAASPP- MATH (all grades)

Tues, May 10th- PFC Meeting on Zoom @ 6:30 (link coming soon)

Tuesday, May 17th- Library books due

Wed, May 18th- Open House In Person (6:30-8:00)

Thurs, June 2nd- Last Day of School - dismissal at 12:30

MDUSD Title IX Non- Discrimination Statement

The Governing Board is committed to providing equal opportunity for all individuals in education. District programs, activities, facilities and practices shall be free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identify, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, actual or potential parental, family, marital status, or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics (Governing Board Policy 0410).

Contact Us / How to File a Complaint

For questions, concerns or complaints regarding student harassment, discrimination, intimidation and bullying, please contact Jennifer Sachs, Chief of Educational Services, at or by phone at (925) 682-8000 x4016.