Hundreds of students. Thousands of stories. The Sequoyah Scribe.

The Sequoyah Scribe

Hundreds of students. Thousands of stories. The Sequoyah Scribe.

The Sequoyah Scribe

Hundreds of students. Thousands of stories. The Sequoyah Scribe.

The Sequoyah Scribe

GOING FOR IT. Carlee Cradic competes on the basketball court against T.A. Dugger. Cradic was a major force on the basketball team this year and helped her team defeat rival Robinson Middle in the Tribe Classic.
Star basketball player looks back on middle school career
Murphy Cody, Entertainment Editor • May 16, 2022
STRUGGLE FOR THE BALL. The Sevier and Robinson indoor soccer teams face off. Soccer is a short activity at Sevier, lasting just about one month and featuring no jerseys of formal games.
Sevier athletes do not need a "proper" soccer program
Ben Pitman, Staff Writer • May 16, 2022
HEADS UP. Football coach Isaiah Spivey illustrates a proper tackle during a practice session. The most important part of tackling safety is to keep the head safe and let the shoulder pads absorb the impact.
Despite studies that football is not safe, Sevier coaches strive for safety
Alli Valentine, Staff Writer • May 13, 2022
A HELPING HAND. Band director Alex White, left, shows students how to hold their instruments. This kind of encouragement is much more effective than humiliating students to get them back on task.
Teachers should not humiliate students
Claire Mooney, Yearbook Editor • May 9, 2022

A student walks into their first period class expecting to have a great day. Suddenly, the teacher announces that students who made below a fifty...

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