The Yearbook is having a ONE DAY ONLY April Fool’s sale on Tuesday April 3rd. By your yearbook, this day only, for only $70. You can order on-line at www.jostensyearbooks.com or see Mrs. Golden in the office.
Point Webster Middle School needs STEM Fair judges on April 5th from 5:30-7 p.m. Visit D211 for sign-up details.
Beechwood Knoll Elementary school needs volunteers for child care during their PTO meeting on April 10th from 6.30-8:30. Interested students should visit D211 for details.
Volunteers are needed for Healthy Choices Night at Central Middle School on Thursday April 26th from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Interested students should see visit school nurse to register.
Sterling Middle School needs counselors for their Camp Wing trip May 21st to May 23rd. Any junior or senior who is interested should pick-up an application from Ms. McMillen in D211.
Central Middle School needs junior and senior counselors for its Camp Wing program June 13-15. Applications are available in room D211.
Attention all students: The Cultural Fair will be Tuesday, April 10th. The deadline to sign up is Monday March 26th. Please check outside of C317 to see the list of groups and advisers and feel free to create a new group, just make sure to have a teacher adviser. Please see Ms. Amira in C317 with any questions.
March 21st — Community Service Fair – ALL LUNCHES Tuesday, March 13th – Beechwood Knoll Elementary School needs help with child care for their PTO meeting from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Friday, March 23rd, and Saturday, March 24th – Walk for Hospice at the South Shore Plaza. Volunteers are needed for set-up on Friday and Saturday, and to participate on Saturday.
MCAS MORNINGS!!! March 27, 28 & 29 — For juniors and seniors in need of hours you can work with Ms. McMillen from 7.30-10.15 earning community service hours by cleaning our school and the neighborhood.
Wednesday, March 28th – Central Middle School needs volunteers to assist with their Science Fair. This will be after school until 5 p.m. Interested volunteers should email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lincoln Hancock Elementary School’s Touch-a-Truck event is Saturday, April 7th. Volunteers are needed from 11-3. Sign-up in D211.
Coming Soon April 21 – Y’s Healthy Kids Day Celebration April 29 – Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation 5K Walk/Run (Carson Beach, South Boston)
May 5 – Cleaner Greener Quincy
May 6 – Project Bread’s Walk for Hunger (QHS has a group!) May 19 – MDA Walk, Boston (QHS has a group!)
Ongoing Houghs Neck Community Center Quincy Asian Resources South Cove Manor at Quincy Point
NOTE: Please remember that community service must be completed for a non-profit organization. This means the organization is registered with the IRS as a 501(c)3. If there is any confusion, please ask the organization or Ms. McMillen before your volunteer.
For information on any of these programs please go to D211.
Wednesday February 28, 15 of our career and technical education students competed in 8 different events at the Skills USA Massachusetts District 3 Conference. 8 of them came home with medals. For the third consecutive year, Ben Parrish and Norapat Rerngkasetkig took the gold medal 3D Visualization and Animation Donald Hurld took the silver medal in Information Technology Service Kevin Mortimer received the silver medal in Internetworking Ethan Graney took the silver medal in Computer Programming We also had a clean sweep in the Technical Computer Applications competition with Elise Ducharme receiving the Gold medal, Kenton Kwok the silver, and Chase Reardon the bronze. The gold and silver medalists will compete in the state championships in late April along side of several competitors who will compete in events with no district qualifier. Great job all around.