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FootballAre you ready for some Football? This year tickets will be sold at the gate next to the Junior High parking lot. This will be the only entrance to the stadium. We look forward to seeing you there! GO JACKS!

PIMG 2928lease join us in welcoming Marcus Pimpleton as the new Quincy High School Interim-Principal!  Marcus Pimpleton is excited to be joining the Quincy High School team in the role of Interim-Principal. Prior to this appointment, Mr. Pimpleton served two years as an Assistant Principal at Denny International Middle School in West Seattle and one year as an Assistant Principal at Interlake Senior High School in the Bellevue School District.  His  focus as a school administrator has centered upon schoolwide implementation of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, incorporation of restorative practices to teach and reinforce academic behaviors, supporting the social and emotional health of students, and deepening the work of teachers around culturally responsive teaching and curriculum through active leadership for racial equity.

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Charged recently with creating a “Mario-like” animated figure that could walk, run and jump across a computer screen, students in a new computer science class at Quincy High School put their heads down and got right to work. Angel Bermudez was one of the first students to program his cartoon-like character to walk and turn across the screen. It took the senior only about 20 minutes. He was moving on to making his character jump.

Bermudez, who plans to attend Eastern Washington University next year, is considering a career in computer science or engineering. He’s taken just about every computer class at QHS, but this one is different, he said. The class is taught by Microsoft professionals via Skype. Students are using headsets and webcams in the online class. And it’s also more challenging for the computer savvy Bermudez.
“This is getting us involved in computers,” he said. “It’s building a base foundation in how computers work.”

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 Quincy School District

119 J Street SW
Quincy, WA 98848

Phone:
509-787-4571
Fax number:
509-787-4336

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Mon.-Fri.: 8:00-4:30

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