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.
North Quincy High School will visit Quincy High School for today’s Girls Volleyball matchups at Quincy High School:
JV1 @ 3:30 pm
JV2 @ 4:30 pm
Varsity @ 6:00 pm
North Quincy High School will visit Quincy High School for Saturday’s Soccer matchups at Veterans Memorial Stadium:
Girls JV @ noon
Boys JV @ 2:00 pm
Girls Varsity @ 4 pm
Boys Varsity @ 6:00 pm
At the September 13 School Committee Meeting, representatives from the project team overseeing the construction of Quincy Public School’s newest middle school presented a project update. By the fall of 2019, the new middle school building will replace Sterling Middle School and provide the students and families of Southwest Quincy with a state-of-the-art educational facility. The new middle school project is a collaboration of the City of Quincy, Quincy Public Schools, the Massachusetts School Building Authority, Owner’s Project Manager PCA 360, Ai3 Architects, and Bond Construction. Click here to view the presentation.
The City of Quincy IT Department has created a website dedicated to the new middle school building project. Click here to view architectural renderings, floor plans, live construction webcams, and project updates. The website will be regularly updated with new photos, updated schedules, and project information to keep the community informed about this important enhancement to the Southwest Quincy neighborhood.