Britanie Wacoche Signs With Ottawa University

Britanie Wacoche recently signed to play volleyball at Ottawa University!  Congratulations Britanie!

Pictured below are: front L to R - Jeff Wacoche, father; Coach Melissa Blessington of Ottawa University; Britanie; Jennifer Wacoche, mother. Back: Marcus Crittenden, SHS Athletic Director

Sequoyah Students to be Inducted into Honor Society

    Sixteen Sequoyah High School students will be inducted into the Oklahoma Indian Student Honor Society for their outstanding accomplishments in their high school career.

            Inductees are Ashley Anderson, Taylor Armbrister, Diamond Bailey, Sierra Carter, Josephynne Cheatwood, Jessie Davis, Jordan Hare, Shaylee Hagar, Baylee Herrin, Garrett Million, Melody Proctor, Whitney Roach, Jacob Sevier, Julie Spottedbird and Jackson Wells. 

The Oklahoma Council for Indian Education selects the students for membership based on their outstanding academic achievements. The Oklahoma Council for Indian Education is an advocacy group whose purpose is to promote and enhance education and culture for American Indian students in the state of Oklahoma and to create awareness within the state of the significance of its American Indian citizens.

Students will be inducted on April 17 in Broken Arrow.  

The Sequoyah Schools 2014 yearbook is available for pre-order now.  Books are $30, if ordered by May 1.  This year's book, "Leaving Our Mark" features signatures of all of the students and faculty. To order, return order form and money to Mrs. Shows. 

Sequoyah and Woodall Host Chess Tournament

            Sequoyah Schools and Woodall Public Schools will present the Cherokee Nation Scholastic Chess Open tournament on Saturday, April 26.  The tournament is a fundraiser for both schools and will be held at Sequoyah High School.  
            All chess players in grades K-12 are welcome to compete.  Registration will open at 9:00 a.m. and the registration fee is $10 per player if received by April 21 or $15 at the door.   
Trophies will be awarded to the first and second place teams and top three individuals in each of four sections. Individual players accumulating three or more points in five rounds will receive medals. All sections will be rated using the Chess Express Rating Service.                
For more information on the tournament or to receive a tournament entry form, contact Becca Brant at Sequoyah High School at 918-453-5400 ext. 6129 or at

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