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We are conducting a selection process to pick Quincy High School’s next principal, and would like to invite you to meet our three finalists on Thursday May 25th at 5:00pm in the high school library. During this meeting, you will have a chance to visit with each of the candidates and provide written input for consideration in the selection process. The candidates to be interviewed are:

Bobbie “BJ” Kuntz: BJ earned her undergraduate degree from Gonzaga University and currently holds a Master’s degree from City University. She is employed as Dean of Students at Wenatchee High School where she oversees student attendance, academics and discipline for 1200 students. BJ also served as the Director of Athletics at the Wenatchee School District for 12 years where she managed all operations of middle / high school athletics.

Ellise Anderson: Ellise attended Eastern Washington University where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry. She received her Masters of Education in School Administration from EWU and presently serves as Associate Principal at Camas High School in Camas, WA. In her current position, Ellise plans and implements the school’s Math, Science, Technology Magnet Program, organizes the school’s master schedule and serves as the school’s activity director.

Deborah Belew-Nyquist: Deborah earned her Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Northern Arizona University and Master’s in Administration and Supervision from the University of Northern Florida. She currently serves as Principal at McKnight Middle School in Renton, WA and is an Educational Consultant in Port Orchard, WA. Deborah also served as Principal for Los Alamos High School in New Mexico, where she oversaw 150 staff and over 1000 students.

We hope you will join us this coming Thursday May 25th at 5:00pm in the high school library.

porterWe are pleased to announce that Alesha Porter will be taking on the role of Vice Principal at Mt. View and Pioneer Elementary. Alesha will be supporting the building principals with attendance, student discipline, and staff evaluations. She will also be assisting with upcoming school reconfiguration work. Alesha is currently the Dean of Students at Pioneer Elementary and was a 2nd and 3rd grade teacher for eight years with the Quincy School District.

Please note that June 16, a half day, will be our last day of school. Quincy High School’s graduation date of June 9 will remain unchanged. High Tech High’s graduation date will also remain on its regularly scheduled date, June 12th. Quincy Junior High Promotion is scheduled to occur June 15.lastday2

El 16 de junio, medio día, será nuestro último día de escuela. La fecha de graduación de Quincy High School será el 9 de junio y permanecerá sin cambios. Fecha de graduación de High Tech High permanecerá también en su fecha programada, el 12 de junio. La promoción de la Jr. High será el 15 de junio.

TEALS (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools) helps high schools build and grow sustainable computer science programs by pairing trained computer science professionals – from across the tech industry – with classroom teachers to team-teach computer science in high schools throughout the US. Industry volunteers and partner teachers create a ripple effect, impacting the students they teach, and the many students who will study CS in the future. Quincy High School is in their second year of teaming up with the TEALS organization and has been able to introduce many students to world of computer science.
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It is with great enthusiasm that we introduce Lisa Uvila as the new principal of Monument Elementary, beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. Lisa has served as an educator and administrator in the public school system for over 20 years. She earned her Washington State Teaching Certification and Masters in Educational Administration from City University in Bellevue, WA and has shared her enthusiasm, leadership skills and passion for education with students ever since. Lisa began her educational career as a classroom teacher at Monroe Elementary in Port Angeles, and quickly gained advanced roles including Technology Sustainability Coordinator, Mentor Teacher and Student Teacher Supervisor. In 2006, Lisa accepted her first Administrator role with Lyman Elementary, in the Sedro-Wooley school district. In this position, she facilitated Parent Engagement opportunities and implemented student-centered character trait education. Although Lisa has worked as an elementary principal in Arizona for the past four years, her heart stayed in the Pacific Northwest. Her love for living in Washington state is what inspired her to apply for the position of Principal at Monument. She cannot wait to begin building meaningful relationships with staff, students and community members here in Quincy. Her leadership style is based on four main attributes:

• Passion: Lisa is passionate about helping students achieve their potential
• Integrity: She believes all decisions should be honest and based on strong moral principles
• Balance: Lisa will achieve goals while promoting a balance between home, family and school for all individuals
• Commitment: Lisa knows how hard it is to always give 100%, and gladly accepts the challenge 
Please join us in welcoming Lisa Uvila to our district and her position as Principal at Monument Elementary.

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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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