Monday through Thursdays from 9:30AM to 12:30PM students have been working hard and having a great time this summer. In the first year housed at Quincy High School (formerly North Quincy High School) and with approximately 100 students, the success of the Developmental Learning Center thus far can be directly connected to the positive attitudes and enthusiastic smiles of the students. The administrators, staff, family, and community members have all been working together diligently to continue to provide further opportunities for students to grow and learn. Students learn various academic, vocational and social skills while having fun at the same time! Please enjoy the pictures of many of the students in the classroom as well as developing additional life skills.
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For more information on the process of working with the Massachusetts School Building Authority on school projects, their website can be found here: http://www.massschoolbuildings.org/
Monday through Thursdays from 8:00AM to 11:30AM students have been working hard and having fun in and out of the classroom. With over 60 students, it is important to acknowledge the hard work of the students and the support of both the parents and the teachers who made the first week a complete success. Enjoy the pictures of the students having a blast swimming at the Lincoln-Hancock pool and taking on an adventure hike during the Blue Hills field trip.
Be sure to “check out” the new Bookmobile, visiting the Quincy Point neighborhood every Monday throughout the summer. The Bookmobile will make stops at the Faxon Common Tennis Courts (9:30-10:15 am), Quincy Point Congregational Church (10:45-11:30 am), and Fore River Club House (noon to 1:00 pm). Mrs. Michelle Andrews will read aloud a story at each location and books will be available to borrow for readers of all ages.
Monday, July 7th marks the day that all 2014 Summer Scene programs are up and running. We’re proud of all the staff and administrators for working so hard to make transition from the school year into the summer a smooth one. Most importantly, the students needed to be recognized for bringing their positive attitudes, enthusiasm, and smiles making every day an enjoyable one here in Quincy Public Schools. Please click here to view specific information about each program that is occurring this summer