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Quincy School District Selects John Boyd as Next Superintendent

John Boyd 150Quincy School District’s Board of Directors selected John Boyd from a field of three finalists to serve as the district’s next superintendent. Mr. Boyd currently serves as Executive Director of Instructional Leadership in Highline School District in Burien. Highline School District has a student enrollment of more than 18,000 students.

“The board was impressed with Mr. Boyd’s work in his current position as Executive Director of Instructional Leadership, where he focused on working one-on-one with principals to develop their instructional leadership and help them improve student achievement,” said Board President Tricia Lubach. “His work with principals includes using student data, meaningful professional feedback and ongoing professional development to ensure that every student receives the support and rigorous instruction needed to succeed academically. He has a strong background in ELL (English Language Learners) and is bilingual in English and Spanish, which is a good fit for Quincy School District, where almost 86% of students are Hispanic/Latino and many speak Spanish as their native language.” Mr. Boyd received high ratings from the participants who provided feedback to the board throughout the search process, including parents, community members, students and QSD staff members.

Mr. Boyd has worked in the Seattle and Edmonds School Districts since 1992, including three years in his current position, where he focuses on instructional leadership, school operations and working with the Senior Leadership Team.  Previously, he was Principal of Chief Sealth International High School for seven years and Principal of the Secondary Bilingual Orientation Center for four years.  He has teaching and administrative experience at elementary, middle and high school levels, including English Language Learners (ELL) and bilingual instruction. Mr. Boyd is bilingual in English and Spanish.

Current QSD superintendent, Dr. Burton Dickerson, is retiring at the end of the 2013-2014 school year after leading the district for seven years. The board contracted with Northwest Leadership Associates to assist with the superintendent search.

 

Upcoming ARTS Events in Quincy Schools:

Please join us and help support the arts in your community!

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QHS Students Exhibit Art throughout Washington!

The artwork of several Quincy High students was displayed at the State Superintendent's office in Olympia, from December through February.  This work is now exhibited at the Quincy Public Library, in addition to other artwork from the high school.  Please stop by the lovely Quincy Library and see our students' work!

The work of sixteen Quincy High students is on display at the regional ESD show in Wenatchee!  The show opens this Tuesday, March 18th, and runs until April 4th at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center.  This show consists of work from high schools throughout the North Central ESD, and finalists will move on to the Annual State Superintendent's Art Show.  An awards reception will take place on Saturday, March 22nd, from 12-3pm.  The show will also be a featured stop on the Wenatchee First Friday event on April 4th from 5-8pm.  Please make an effort to see this fantastic show in Wenatchee and celebrate the amazing work of our regional high school artists!

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Child Car Seat Project

Car Seat LogoThe Central Basin Traffic Safety Task Force, Safe Kids Grant County, and your local law enforcement agencies are working to make sure parents are informed about the importance of using proper child restraing practices while driving.

Violating the Washington State Child Restraint Law can result in a $124 ticket. Worse yet, it can result in traumatic injuries or fatalities. 

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QHS Wrestlers League and District Champs!

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Congratulations to the Jackrabbit Wrestlers, 2014 Undefeated (2 years in a row) CTL League and District Champions.  The Jackrabbits defended their district title by winning in a dominating fashion, scoring 315 team points to the second place team's 237.5 points.  There were 6 finalists with 3 Champions and 9 other wrestlers qualifying for regionals.

Champions - Raul Barajas, Isias Jimenez and  Antonio Melendez.  Other wrestlers moving on to regionals include: Victor Salgado, Ismael Guerrero, John Lindquist, Ricardo Estrada, Andy Vargas, Steven Gomez, Iche Ramirez, Cade Wallace, Austin Morris, Emilio Ybarra, Jose Solorio, Rey Rubio and Alternates Mario Mercado and Jesus Guzman.

   

QJHS Sends Team to Chess Tournament

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On Saturday, February 1, 11 Quincy Junior High Students attended the Waypoint Chess Tournament in Ephrata, Washington.   This is the 3rd year that QJH has taken a team to the competition.  This year our top player, Juan Bustos, won 4 out 5 matches, followed by Josue Navarro, Zac Reynolds and Gregory Berndt with 3 out of 5 matches.  Other students who did well were Leo Hernandez, Max Molina, Devon Salcedo, Daniel Gamiz, Ricky Ruesgo,  Guadalupe Calixto and Francisco Guzman.  Also at the meet were Gustavo Guzman from Monument Elementary and Titus Berndt, Cyril Berndt, Austin  Manly  and Jesus Sanchez from the high school. 

The Chess tournament is a local event, open to Moses Lake, Soap Lake, Ephrata and Quincy students ranging from Kindergarten to 12th grade.  This year Quincy School District is excited because Titus Berndt from the high school won the 1st place and earned a $500 college scholarship.    Way to go Quincy!

   

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Quincy School District

119 J Street SW

Quincy, WA 98848

Phone: 509-787-4571

Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.: 8:00-4:30

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