The Snug Harbor Community School will be open on a regular schedule for Pre-Kindergarten programs and Kindergarten through Grade 5 on Thursday, January 18.
There will be no school today, Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at the Snug Harbor Community School due to a water main break on Palmer Avenue.
North Quincy High School will be open for students and staff on a regular schedule on Friday, January 12. National Grid has located and repaired the natural gas leak on the Hunt Street side of the school building.
Due to natural gas leak in the vicinity of North Quincy High School, the school building is being closed for Thursday, January 11. Students and staff have been dismissed and special program students are being transported to Atlantic Middle School. It is expected that North Quincy High School will resume regular operations on Friday, January 12.
All Pre-Kindergarten programs at the Snug Harbor Community School and the Della Chiesa Early Childhood Center will be open on Wednesday, January 10. Regular transportation will be provided for Snug Harbor Pre-Kindergarten students and the Della Chiesa CARES program students. The goal is to restore regular transportation services for Integrated Pre-Kindergarten students to Della Chiesa Early Childhood Center by Friday, January 12.
For additional information, please click on the link below for the Pre-Kindergarten program your student attends.
Thanks to the efforts of the City of Quincy Public Buildings department, National Grid, QPS custodial staff, and outside contractors, the Broad Meadows Middle School will be open on Tuesday, January 9 at the regular time of 8:15 am. Please note that as this is the 2nd Tuesday of the month, it is an early release day for all QPS middle schools and students will be dismissed at 12:15 pm.
All Quincy Public Schools buildings will remain closed on Saturday, January 6 and Sunday, January 7 to allow for snow removal efforts to continue so that school sites are ready to re-open on Monday, January 8. There will be no athletics events, practices, or building rentals.
To ensure the safety of our staff and students and allow for snow removal, all Quincy Public Schools will be closed on Friday, January 5. There will be no athletic games, practices, or building rentals on Friday and a decision will be made about weekend events by Friday afternoon.
Quincy Public Schools is very fortunate to have over one hundred dedicated community business partners. One of those valuable partners is Brewster Ambulance Service. Along with our Health teachers and school nurses, Brewster will be sponsoring a very special wellness initiative. During the months of January and February, eighth grade students will be learning more about heart health in their Health classes. The curriculum and supplemental materials will be in preparation for an opportunity to learn about Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) directly from licensed Brewster Ambulance Service staff. All of the curriculum materials and resources will be available to you by clicking here.
In addition, Brewster Ambulance Service is offering the opportunity for Grade 8 students and their parents/guardians to participate in a no-cost full CPR/AED certification class on Saturday, February 10 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (snow date Saturday, February 17, 2018) in the Central Middle School gymnasium. Information on registration and transportation will be sent home later this month and transportation for you and your student will be provided to and from Atlantic, Point Webster, Sterling, and Broad Meadows Middle Schools. Please join us and take advantage of this wonderful opportunity!