Another original building is Carrington Hall, named for Otis M. Carrington who came to Sequoia in 1907 to be the art and music instructor. He then became the head of the music department which he developed over the next 42 years. During this time Carrington wrote and published more than 40 operettas for high school and grade school performance. He was the first person in the world write operettas for school children is recognized as the leader in the operatic field of educational music.
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