The Sequoyah Scribe

Former student returns to brighten up the school

Amber Cowden, Staff Writer

February 5, 2019

Filed under News/Features

Maggie Donnellan, a graduate from Furman University, recently started her very first job as a Community Partners Coordinator for Elizabethton City Schools. Before she took on this role, however, she worked on making Sevier Middle...

Parents learn how to prepare kids for online changes

Balu Pushkas, Co-Editor in Chief

February 3, 2019

Filed under News/Features

Modern wonders like social media, cell phones, communication and connection have expanded to be both efficient and extensive. Yet, with these modern luxuries come some significant drawbacks. Now that most social interaction...

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome is affecting more Tennessee babies

Olyvia Fleming, Yearbook Editor

February 1, 2019

Filed under News

The drug usage in Sullivan County, Tennessee is increasing at an alarming rate. Among these drug users, some do not want to do drugs; they have no choice. These victims are neonates, or unborn babies. They have been exposed to...

DB Math Tutors Help Sevier Students After School

Alyssa Colhoun, Staff Writer

February 1, 2019

Filed under News/Features, Uncategorized

Math can be a tough subject for middle school students. A new program this school year connects students who need math tutoring with high school students who can help. Every Wednesday from 3:00 to 5:30, members of DB’s Beta...

Music video parodies of historical events help students learn the importance of history

Ella Miller, Editor in Chief

January 31, 2019

Filed under News/Features

Raging plagues, rich kings, fierce battles, iconic monuments, anything conceivable by the middle school mind, the “History Teachers” have a musical parody for everything world history. The students of Sevier learn a lot from...

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