Welcome to Quincy Public Schools! Children who will be 5 years of age on or before August 31, 2020 are eligible to attend Kindergarten beginning in September 2020. All Quincy Public Schools offer free Full-Day Kindergarten programs.
Kindergarten registration is a two-step process:
- Beginning January 15, families will fill out an online Pre-Registration form. Click here to access the form.
- Beginning February 3, families will be contacted to schedule an appointment to complete the registration process in person. This appointment may be at the school site or at the Central Registration office. Appointments will be scheduled during school hours through the end of the school year in June. Translation services are available at Central Registration. Click here to download the Kindergarten registration packet. (Please print single-sided.)
If you are not sure of your neighborhood district school, click here for the street directory.
If your child presently attends a Pre-Kindergarten program at the Amelio Della Chiesa Early Childhood Center, Point Webster, or Snug Harbor it is not necessary to register your child for Kindergarten.
If you have questions about Kindergarten registration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-984-8702.
We look forward to having your child enter our Kindergarten program in the fall!
For information on after school care, please contact:
- Quincy Afterschool Childcare at 617-773-3299
- South Shore YMCA at 617-481-4477
- STARS at 781-331-8505
Tuesday, January 14 & Wednesday, January 15
- 10:00 am Clifford Marshall Kindergarten, Grade 1
- 11:00 am Squantum
- noon Montclair
- 1:30 pm Parker
- 4:30 pm Bernazzani
- 5:00 pm Beechwood Knoll
- 6:15 pm Merrymount
- 7:30 pm Wollaston
Thursday, January 16 & Friday, January 17
- 10:00 am Bernazzani
- 11:00 am Beechwood Knoll
- noon Merrymount
- 1:30 pm Wollaston
- 4:30 pm Clifford Marshall Kindergarten, Grade 1
- 5:00 pm Squantum
- 6:15 pm Montclair
- 7:30 pm Parker
All concerts are also available on the Quincy Public Schools SchoolTube page.
Wishing all of our staff, students, and families a happy and healthy 2020!
All Quincy Public Schools will re-open on Thursday, January 2 on a regular schedule.
Congratulations to the following student-athletes recently named Fall All-Scholastics by the Boston Globe:
Cross-Country: Lezley Acevedo (QHS), Robert Cannon (QHS)
Football: Matt Craig (NQHS), Kevin Ferent (QHS), Liam Hines (NQHS), Thomas Le (QHS), Mike Levine (NQHS), Isiah Steinberg (QHS)
Golf: Ryan Quirk (QHS), Thomas Roche/MVP (NQHS)
Soccer: Tyler Chafa (QHS), Grace Hobin (QHS), Jillian O’Toole (QHS), Patrick Rak (QHS)
Volleyball: Olga Kosinski (NQHS), Allison McMorrow (QHS), Alyssa Ruan (QHS), Juliana Tracey (QHS)
Employment permits (“working papers”) for students under age 18 are issued through the North Quincy and Quincy High School main offices for both Quincy Public Schools students and Quincy residents who attend private schools. High School Principals Shaw and Taglieri have been designated by Superintendent DeCristofaro to issue these permits.
To begin the application process, click here to download the form. Bring the completed form and a student id, recent report card, or birth certificate to either high school main office between the hours of 8:00 am and 2:00 pm for review and processing.
Employment permits will be issued within 48 hours of receipt of completed form and required documentation.
All Quincy Public Schools will be closed Monday, December 23 through Wednesday, January 1. Classes will resume on Thursday, January 2.
QPS Administrative offices at 34 Coddington Street will be open weekdays with the exception of Tuesday, December 24 after noon; Wednesday, December 25; and Wednesday, January 1.
Please call the Superintendent’s office at 617-984-8701 for assistance during the holiday weeks.
At their December 11, 2019 meeting, School Committee Vice Chair Emily Lebo presented the Superintendent’s Summative Evaluation for 2018-2019. At the October 30 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 evaluations [Read More...]
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