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Summer Reading List

Summer Reading list 2015

UNMASK! Every Hero has a Story!

If you like to read and you like getting prizes,
then the Quincy Public Libraryis the place to be this summer! 
Come to the library on the last day of school (June 9th
or anytime during the summer to signup for the Summer Reading Club. 
ItFREE and itFUN!!!
Read whatever you want and earn prizes while doing it!!

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14 de abril del 2015


¿Dónde estamos y dónde tenemos que ir en la creación de un sistema educativo que prepara a los estudiantes para el éxito más allá de la escuela secundaria?

¿Qué tendrán los estudiantes y sus familias, que ahora no tienen, como resultado de nuestro trabajo? ¿Cómo vamos a crear una visión clara y un mapa que nos ayuda llegar a lograr nuestra visión educativa en nombre de nuestros estudiantes y sus familias?  ¿Cómo sabremos que estamos logrando el éxito? Estas son algunas de las preguntas que el distrito escolar de Quincy está preguntando y contestando en la elaboración de un mapa estratégico que proporcionará orientación en cual ayudara proporcionar dirección para sus mejoramientos educativos durante los próximos tres a cinco años. El proyecto incluye una revisión profunda y deliberada del sistema escolar para determinar prioridades, establecer un curso de acción y establecer objetivos de realización para asegurar que todos los estudiantes alcanzan su potencial y están listos para la vida, la Universidad y las carreras después de la secundaria.

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Focus on the Future



April 6, 2015


Where are we and where do we need to go in creating a school system that prepares students for success beyond high school?  What will students and families have, that they don’t already have, as a result of our work?  How will we create a clear vision and road map to success in reaching our educational vision on behalf of students and families?  How will we know we are achieving success?  These are some of the questions that the Quincy School District is asking and answering in developing a Strategic Road Map which will provide direction for its educational improvements over the next three to five years.  The project includes a deep and deliberate review of the school system to determine priorities, set a course of action, and establish performance targets to ensure that all students achieve their potential and are ready for life, college, and careers after high school.

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Facilities Planning Community Information

Dear Quincy Community,

The Quincy School District recently received a grant from the State of Washington for $11,300 to complete a Study & Survey which analyzed the conditions of our buildings and the current growth of our student population.  The study found that building conditions are in good shape but we will continue to have issues with increases in student population that could become acute over the next 5 years.  In October 2007 our student population was 2,392 students compared to now, October 2014, when student population was 2,851 students (this equates to growth of 65.57 students per year).  A forecast projects that there will be an increase to 3,223 students by 2019.  Given the growth in the student population and our already crowded K-8 Classrooms, there is a need to create more space for students by building new classroom space.  

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District SES Website Information

After School Tutoring Available!

Your child may be eligible for free extra tutoring/instruction through Title I Supplemental Education Services!

Applies only to students enrolled at the following schools:

Pioneer Elementary, George Elementary, Monument Elementary, Quincy Jr. High

For more information about tutoring providers please visit:  http://www.k12.wa.us/TitleI/SES/Statewide.aspx

If you would like more information, please contact your school office. 

Tutoring Applications





Supplemental Services in Quincy


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Dr Robert Brooks


Dr. Robert Brooks’ delivered a key note address to the QSD staff entitled, The Power of Mindsets: Creating a Positive School Climate. He  asked us to “connect the dots backwards” in order to recall the events that have impacted our present lives and he reminded us that even the most successful adults have had at least one “charismatic adult” in their lives without whom they may not have achieved success.   We watched a YouTube video of Pharrell Williams explaining that without the support of his band teacher, he would not be where he is today.   Through his humorous and touching stories, Bob Brooks helped us understand that a basic feature of a positive mindset is “To believe that all children from birth want to learn and be successful.” Instead of believing that students are unmotivated, Bob described how students are often dominated by “avoidance motivation” in order to protect themselves from feeling embarrassed and humiliated.  He suggested that:  If we believe all students are motivated to learn and if we understand and that students practice “avoidance motivation,” it will empower us to create “motivating environments” where students can thrive and achieve at high levels. When students are failing we have to ask ourselves what we can do differently rather than expecting the students to change first.   Finally, Dr. Brooks discussed three basic needs that must be met for students to be motivated to learn. 

  1. The need to belong and feel connected (and let’s add the word welcome): When any member of the school environment feels alienated, learning and achievement will be compromised and anger and resentment will become dominant features
  2. The need for self-determination and autonomy, which are significant features of a sense of ownership and resilience: What input and choices do all members of a school community feel they have?  Do they feel their voice is being heard and respected?
  3. The need to feel competent: To identify and reinforce each child’s “islands of competence”  

I would like to ask that we begin to challenge ourselves by eliminating the words lazy and unmotivated from our vocabulary and to empower each other by asking what we can do differently to help student learn.   I will be looking to highlight examples of staff creating “motivating environments” at different times throughout the school year so please email me if you or your colleagues have examples to share and we will highlight these in on our website and in publications.  I will email these examples to Dr. Brooks and who knows, we just might find our way into Dr. Brooks’ next keynote address.  

Powerpoint presentation

Student Mindset article

Teacher Mindset article

Dr. Robert Brooks website


John L. Boyd


Quincy School District


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Quincy School District

119 J Street SW

Quincy, WA 98848

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

Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.: 8:00-4:30

Summer Office Hours: Mon. - Thurs.  8:00-4:30 (June 22-August 14, 2015)

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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. 

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.