Aug 022017

Snug Summer - Learning In Action (2)Over 70 Snug Harbor students entering grades 1 through 5 have the morning each day, Monday through Thursday, to engage in high quality, hands-on learning opportunities. All with a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) theme! Students are building roller coasters, tunnels, bridges, wind flyers, and much more. We’re so proud of the positive attitude and enthusiasm all of the students bring each day to Snug Summer!

Boost – Learning In Action

 Posted by on August 1, 2017
Aug 012017

Boost - Learning In Action

On Mondays through Thursdays from 8:30AM to 11:30AM approximately 50 students are taking the time to focus on reading, writing, listening and speaking. Additionally, students are working on developing their math skills. This is all done through the i-Ready online instructional program which provides personalized targeted instruction for each individual student. The online component is supplemented with interactive activities that include games, theater, and more! The program is made up of QPS students entering 7th and 8th grade and they’ll continue participating until it’s conclusion on July 27th.

Jul 262017

Camp Learn SMore - Learning In ActionDuring the week of Monday, July 10th, 13 QPS students entering grades 1 and 2 participate in a camp themed program that balances academic skills and enrichment. More specifically, students can earn a science badge by creating their own constellations or earn their math badge by effectively using their marshmallow measuring skills. They make their own binoculars, lanterns, all while enjoying the occasional story, poem, game, and song. What a great way to spend the week!

Jul 122017
Summer Scene Edition - Learning In Action

On Mondays through Thursdays from 7:30AM to 11:30AM over 100 students are working hard as they participate in the Developmental Learning at Amelio Della Chiesa Early Childhood Center. The program is comprised of QPS students from Pre-K to 2 and will run from July 5th to August 3rd. We’re so proud of the commitment and enthusiasm each student brings every day!

Summer Scene 2017 Brochure

 Posted by on June 12, 2017
Jun 122017

Summer Scene CoverWe are excited to announce that the Summer Scene 2017 brochure is now available! Please click here to access the registration and program offering information for QPS students.

2 Hour Delay on Wednesday 3/15/17

 Posted by on March 14, 2017
Mar 142017

On Wednesday March 15th Quincy Public Schools will be open on a 2 hour delay.  There will be no Pre-Kindergarten classes.

Mar 072017

Hello Dolly! (1)The Quincy High Drama Club

Directed by Margaret Spencer

March 17th at 7:30pm
March 18th at 2pm & 7:30pm
March 19th at 2pm.

Tickets are $12 General Admission and $5 for students.

Lloyd Hill Auditorium
100 Coddington St. Quincy, MA 02169


Jan 032017

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 4 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (snow date Saturday, February 11, 2017) in the Central Middle School gymnasium.  Information on registration 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!

FLL Newton Qualifier Update!

 Posted by on November 22, 2016
Nov 222016

On Saturday November 19th, over 80 middle school students from Quincy Public Schools attended the FIRST Lego League Newton Qualifier Robotics Competition at Newton North High School.  In all, 31 teams from 16 cities and towns took part in the event.

This year’s challenge, Animal Allies, had three parts: a research project to identify and solve a specific problem, teamwork and core values, and a challenge to build and program a Lego robot to navigate a series of obstacles.  Students presented to adults in the three areas of judging and twelve awards were given out for areas including technical work on the robot, development and presentation of a research project, and student’s demonstration of core values.

The Quincy teams did very well at this competition and were recognized with the awards summary below.  ALL Quincy teams were acknowledged as having great enthusiasm and maturity throughout the event.

In addition to the competition, Quincy students participated in exciting opportunities at the event including hands-on robotic demonstrations, real life problem solving, and 3D printing.  The Quincy teams learned a great deal at this competition and are already making plans for their spring competition; the Quincy Public Schools Robotics Challenge which will be held at Quincy High School on Saturday May 20, 2017.


Sterling had some challenges with their robot performance at the beginning of the day but made improvements throughout the competition and scored 30 points in their final match moving them into the top 20 overall.  The team was very pleased with their accomplishments and left with the confidence they could compete with anyone in the future.


Point Webster

Point Webster came in second out of the five middle schools in the robot performance portion of competition and impressed the judges with a beautiful presentation board on bee colony collapse disorder.



Central’s consistency showed for the robot game and judging sessions as the team won the Gracious Professionalism Award for encouraging high-quality work and respectful competitiveness.  One such act of professionalism was working with the Sterling team throughout the day, allowing them to share resources, strategies, and ideas.


Broad Meadows

The Broad Meadows team has grown from five students to twenty in just a few years and their teamwork and perseverance showed throughout the day.  They were awarded the Innovation Solution Award and judges felt their project solution on savings whales was so remarkable it could be patented.



Atlantic’s robotics team did very well in all aspects of the competition and was the highest ranked team from Quincy.  They were awarded with the Teamwork Award and placed 8th overall earning an invitation to the Eastern State Championship on Dec 17, 2016 at Newton North High School.  This will be the first time Atlantic has attended a state level competition.


FLL Robotics at NQHS on 11/19

 Posted by on November 10, 2016
Nov 102016

2016-newton-qualifier-flyerOn Saturday November 19, Quincy Public Schools is sending five middle school robotics teams to compete in the FLL Newton Qualifier held at Newton North High School from 8:00-3:00.  There will be 25 teams from the region competing in this year FLL contest titled Animal Allies.  Teams will rotate through field competition, technical judging, presentation judging, and core values activities.  The five teams from Quincy Public Schools are:

  • 14144 QPS Sterling Eagles – 15 students attending, coach Lou Venturelli
  • 14145 QPS Central Rams – 15 students attending, coaches Helen Mastico & Michelle Cunniff
  • 14146 QPS Atlantic Admirals – 20 students attending, coaches Michael Maguire & Brian Angell
  • 14147 QPS Broad Meadows Breakers – 20 students attending, coach Deb Baird
  • 14148 QPS Point Webster Panthers – 18 students attending, coach Laurel Hendrickson


The schedule of events is as follows:

Pits Open 7:30 AM
Registration 7:30-8:30
Opening Ceremonies 8:45-8:50
Robot Matches 9:00-12:50
Technical Judging 9:00-12:50
Presentation Judging 9:00-12:50
Core Values Judging 9:00-12:50
FLL Idol 9:00-12:50
Lunch Break 12:50-1:20
Robot Matches 1:20 -2:35
Awards Ceremony 2:45-3:15

Quincy High School’s Fall Production

 Posted by on October 25, 2016
Oct 252016
poster-10-17In 1934, the people of Inishmaan learn that a Hollywood director is coming to a neighboring island to film a movie.  No one is more excited than Billy, a physically disabled boy, who dreams of leaving his rural life for the American Dream.  As news of his audacity ripples through the gossip-loving community, the play becomes a merciless portrayal of a world so comically cramped and mean-spirited that hopes and dreams are an affront to its order.

Lloyd Hill Auditorium
100 Coddington St.

Nov 4th at 7:30 pm

Nov 5th at 2 pm & 7:30 pm
Nov 6th at 2 pm
Tickets are $5 for QPS students
$10 for general admission.
Tickets will be available one hour before curtain.


Orchestras and Strings Lessons

 Posted by on October 5, 2016
Oct 052016

extended-ed-orchestras-and-stringsOctober is a busy month for our experienced and aspiring student musicians. Both the John Adams and Abigail Adams Orchestras begin Monday, October 17th and the After School Strings Lessons begin during the week of October 11th.

For more specific information regarding times, locations, and registration please visit the link below to access informational and registration forms. 

Learning Center at ECC

 Posted by on August 17, 2016
Aug 172016

1Students were hard at work as they enjoyed all the Summer Learning Center had to offer. Approximately 80 students ranging from Pre-K to Grade 4 showed up with smiles and enthusiasm showing just how fun learning can be. A special thanks to all the teachers and paraprofessionals who worked so hard to offer such a fantastic program to our QPS students.

Bridge to Reading

 Posted by on August 9, 2016
Aug 092016

2-4At Parker Elementary, approximately 50 students developed and improved upon their reading skills as they took on the Great Books summer curriculum. Students in Kindergarten through Grade 4 worked diligently, 4 days per week, 3 hours per day and the improvement sure does show.