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school board meeting.jpgSPECIAL SCHOOL BOARD MEETING

Wednesday, May 04, 2016 at 5:30 PM


119 J ST SW, QUINCY, WA 98848




Quincy School District Highly Capable Program


Any person, including a parent, guardian, teacher or student) may nominate a student for Quincy School District’s Highly Capable Program.  It provides students of high academic and intellectual ability an opportunity to explore concepts in great depth and further develop their intellectual thinking and creativity.  To participate in the Highly Capable Program, students must meet very rigorous criteria, be recommended for highly capable student identification and be selected by the District’s Multidisciplinary Team. Read More...

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The Quincy Junior High Drone Club has been accepted to have a booth at the NCW Technology and STEM showcase http://www.wenatcheeschools.org/instructional-technology/technology-showcase.cfm on Saturday, May 14th at Pybus Public Market in Wenatchee from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Several students will be promoting what students have been learning and doing in the Junior High Drone Club.  Also at this event will be many other local and regional educators and students promoting technology in the classroom.

Pybus Market event link:  http://www.pybuspublicmarket.org/events/educational-technology-and-stem-showcase-11am-to-3pm/#.VxZhWUgmC6q

Come and show your support for Quincy and see what sorts of things other schools are doing!  This promises to be a great opportunity and resource for anyone who is interested in technology in education, especially students and educators.

Thanks again to Microsoft for making drone clubs possible here in Quincy!


Complaints Related to Federal Programs

A citizen complaint is a written statement that alleges a violation of a federal rule, law or regulation or state regulation that applies to a federal program.

  • Anyone can file a citizen complaint.
  • There is no special form.
  • There is no need to know the law that governs a federal program to file a complaint.

You can find additional information about the complaint procedure in your child's school, or visit OSPI's citizen complaint webpage at  http://www.k12.wa.us/TitleI/CitizenComplaint.aspx


Additional Title I Services

  Students Eligible for Additional Services Students Served with Tutoring

Students Served

with School Choice

2009-2010 1343 28 0
2010-2011 1361 57 0
2011-2012 1361 64 0
2014-2015 1359 34 0
2015-2016 1409 83 0

To:  The Quincy School District Parents and Guardians
From:  Superintendent John Boyd
Re:  Leadership Changes

Date:  March 17, 2016

With so many positive changes happening, this is a very exciting time to be in the Quincy School District.  In addition to implementing a new strategic road map to reshape the future of education to support our student and families, we are building and renovating seven schools.  To top it off, we live in an area with an extremely dynamic economy that is attracting new families to our community and our schools. Today I am announcing two appointments to leadership positions in the Quincy School District for the 2016-2017 school year.  These changes are being made to address growth in our district, implement our strategic road map and to share in the workload so we can effectively manage our future construction projects.   

Parental Notification Regarding Districts in Step 2 of District Improvement


Dear Parents/Guardians of Students in Quincy School District:

The United States Department of Education (USDE) has removed the State’s Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Flexibility Request (Waiver) that was approved by USDE in 2012. This April 24, 2014 non-renewal requires the State to return to determining Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for school districts. 

The ESEA/No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001 required all states to create their own high academic standards for what a child should know and be able to do for all grades in English-language arts (ELA) (reading) and mathematics. Every school must improve each year until all students meet these standards. This yearly improvement in school performance, which includes the academic standards and other components, is called Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP).

ESEA/NCLB also requires the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) to annually review the performance of each local district.  A district receiving Title I, Part A, funds is identified as a district in improvement if it does not meet AYP goals for two consecutive years within specific areas, focused primarily on academic achievement in English-language arts and mathematics.

ESEA/NCLB requires OSPI to inform parents/guardians of students about district performance. Quincy School District has been identified as a district in improvement. The district did not meet AYP for two consecutive years in [ELA/mathematics/other indicators] in the district’s elementary, middle, and high schools. You can find specific AYP data used to make this decision at http://reportcard.ospi.k12.wa.us/AYP.aspx?domain=AYP&groupLevel=District&schoolId=70&reportLevel=District&year=2013-14. If you do not have access to the Internet, please contact Carole Carlton, Direct of Student Achievementin the district office at (509) 787-4571, and a hard copy of the report will be provided. 


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 - Annual Nondiscrimination Notification

The Quincy School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, creed, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability, or age in its program or activities. The Quincy School District also provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The Quincy School District offers classes in many career and technical education programs. Lack of English language proficiency will not be a barrier to the admission and participation in career and technical education programs. Inquiries regarding compliance procedures should be directed to the District’s Title IX Officer-John Boyd or Section 504 Coordinator-Victoria Hodge Quincy School District, 119 J Street SW, Quincy, WA 98848, (509) 787-4571. 

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Distrito escolar de Quincy - Notificación de No Discriminación

El distrito escolar de Quincy no discrimina en base de raza, religión, credo, color, origen nacional, sexo, orientación sexual, incluyendo la expresión de género o la identidad, la presencia de alguna discapacidad sensorial, mental o físico, o el uso de un perro entrenado a guiar o de un animal para brindar servicio a una persona con una discapacidad, o edad en sus programas o actividades. El distrito escolar de Quincy también proporciona un acceso igualitario a los Boy Scouts y otros grupos juveniles designado. El distrito escolar de Quincy ofrece clases en técnica y carrera en muchos programas de educación Falta de dominio del idioma de inglés no será una barrera para la admisión y participación en los programas de técnica y carrera educacional. Preguntas referentes al cumplimiento de normas deben ser dirigidas a la oficina título IX-John Boyd o Coordinador de sección 504-Victoria Hodge, el distrito escolar de Quincy, 119 J Street SW, Quincy, WA, 98848, 509-787-4571.

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