We are the Quincy School District. Our district covers approximately 450 square miles. Located in Central Washington at the heart of the Columbia Basin situated 150 miles equally between Seattle and Spokane.

The Columbia Basin was created with the construction of Grand Coulee Dam. Not only does the dam provide power for Central Washington, it pumps gallons of water into Banks Lake for irrigation purposes throughout the Columbia Basin.

We are an agricultural community incorporated in 1907 with a city population of 5100 and a school district population of 2500.

District Office Address:
119 J Street SW
Quincy, WA. 98848
509-787-4571

The Quincy School District services a far-flung geographic area covering approximately 450 square miles. Before there even was a Grant County, this area was served by many one-room schools. Wherever settlers homesteaded, schools sprang up: Trinidad, Winchester, Frenchman Hills, Burke, and in every compass direction around the present site of Quincy.

During the summer of 1903, the first regular school building in Quincy was erected and 50 students enrolled that September. By 1905, enrollment had jumped from 56 to 165, or a little over 300% in two years. In 1909, Quincy became an accredited high school, at that time employing three teachers. 1911 saw the first graduating class with two young people receiving their diplomas. As the children in the outlying areas grew up, more of them came to town for high school, and by 1922 there were buses from many of these communities bringing the children to Quincy.

Director District 1

Starting at the intersection of I-90 and HWY 281. Northerly on HWY 281 to Rd Q NW. North on Rd Q NW to M St SW. West on M St SW to 3rd Ave SW. North on 3rd Ave SW to L St SW. West on L St SW to 7th Ave SW. North on 7th Ave SW to F St SW. West on F St SW to HWY 28. Westerly on HWY 28 to School District boundary. Counterclockwise following School District boundary to the eastern crossing of I-90. West on I-90 to the point of the beginning.

Director District 2

Starting at the intersection of Rd Q NW and Division St E. East on Division St E to 6th Ave SE. South on 6th Ave SE to Marginal Way. Southwest on Marginal Way to N St SE. West on N St SE to 1st Ave SE. North on 1st Ave SE to M St SE. West on M St SE to Rd Q NW. South on Rd Q NW to HWY 281. Southerly on HWY 281 to I-90. East on I-90 to School District boundary. Counterclockwise following School District boundary to the eastern crossing of the Baird Springs Rd NW. Westerly on Baird Springs Rd NW to Overen Rd. Southerly on Overen Rd to Rd Q NW. South on Rd Q NW to the point of the beginning.

Director District 3

Starting at the intersection of Rd Q NW and Division St E. East on Division St E to 6th Ave SE. South on 6th Ave SE to Marginal Way. Southwest on Marginal Way to N St SE. West on N St SE to 1st Ave SE. North on 1st Ave SE to M St SE. West on M St SE to Rd Q NW. North on Rd Q NW to M St SW. West on M St SW to 3rd Ave SW. North on 3rd Ave SW to L St SW. West on L St SW to 7th Ave SW. North on 7th Ave SW to F St SW. West on F St SW to HWY 28. Westerly on HWY 28 to School District boundary. Clockwise following School District boundary to the eastern crossing of the Baird Springs Rd NW. Westerly on Baird Springs Rd NW to Overen Rd. Southerly on Overen Rd to Rd Q NW. South on Rd Q NW to the point of the beginning.

Director District 4

At Large

Director District 5

At Large

Revised 8/23/2011

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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

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