Happy Holidays from the Quincy Public Schools!!

 Posted by on December 24, 2016
Dec 242016

hollyAll Quincy Public Schools will be closed through Monday, January 2.   Classes will resume on Tuesday, January 3.

QPS Administrative offices at 34 Coddington Street will be open Tuesday, December 27 through Friday, December 30.  Please call the Superintendent’s office at 617-984-8701 for assistance during the vacation week.


Dec 082016

At their December 7, 2016 meeting, School Committee member Barbara Isola presented the Superintendent’s Summative Evaluation for 2014-2015 and 2015-2016.  At the October 19 School Committee Meeting, Superintendent DeCristofaro presented his self-evaluation of his progress towards the Superintendent’s Annual Plan Goals.  (Click here for Superintendent DeCristofaro’s presentation to School Committee.)  School Committee then completed individual [Read More...]

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Dec 082016

A Message from Superintendent DeCristofaro:

On Monday, November 21, the Quincy City Council met in both the Finance Committee and in their regular meeting on Mayor Koch’s request for Capital Improvement Plan funding for technology throughout the city, including Quincy Public Schools.  The result of their discussion and deliberation on that evening will have a significant effect on our Quincy Public Schools for both infrastructure and technology upgrades.
There are three influential aspects of our school system that have been enriched:
  • Working with IT Director Chuck Phelan and the city’s Information Technology staff, a new telephone system will be installed across the entire school system and fiber optic cables run to the 9 remaining school buildings without this upgrade.  ($534,000)
  • Our transportation fleet has been enhanced with 2 new full-size buses, 5 mini-buses, and 1 wheelchair mini-bus.  ($500,000)
  • Classroom and computer labs technology upgrades will be funded for replacing 472 computers, adding 180 computers in mobile labs, and ENO boards and short-throw projectors for 82 classrooms ($760,000).

Thank you to Mayor Koch and the Quincy City Council for this critical funding that will benefit so many of our Quincy Public Schools students and staff.