Kindergarten Registration, Winter Storm Repairs, Fun Community Events
Welcome to the inaugural edition of my monthly newsletter! As part of my campaign for School Committee I promised to keep the public informed and I think a newsletter is a great tool to help me follow through on that promise. This newsletter will look back at the past month and look forward to what lies ahead over the next month. Have a suggestion on how to improve the newsletter? Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
This Month’s School Committee Meetings
Jan 10: Meeting Minutes Found Here
Jan 17: Policy Meeting Minutes
Upcoming School Committee Meetings
Feb 7: Regular School Committee Meeting 6:30pm, Coddington Building
Feb 28: Teaching & Learning 6pm, Coddington Building
Broad Meadows Up And Running After Major Flooding
Earlier this month winter storms caused significant flood damage at the Broad Meadows Middle School. There was significant damage to a basement level mechanical room that caused the power and heat in the building to be knocked out. Luckily students only lost one day of additional classes. Paul Hines, Public Buildings Commissioner, and city workers worked around the clock to get everything back up and running. A sincere thanks to all of the staff that pitched in to get the school back up and running properly!
Upcoming Community Events
Check out the upcoming events happening around Quincy! Open gym nights at Central Middle School, Panera fundraisers for the Swim team, Trivia nights, Family Nutrition Night, South Shore Children’s Chorus sign-ups, and much more. For the full list of upcoming events follow this link!
2018-2019 Kindergarten Registration
Kindergarten registration for the 2018-2019 school year will be held on Tuesday, March 6th, 2018 between the hours of 9am-2pm at all elementary schools. Children to do not need to attend registration; a screening date will be scheduled for May as part of the process. Children who will be 5 years of age on or before August 31, 2018 are eligible to attend. For full details on where to register and which documents must be provided at time of registration follow this link.
Atherton Hough Polar Plunge Event Raises $1,000
The Houghs Neck community came together again this past Saturday at the Public Landing to participate in the annual Polar Plunge fundraiser for the Atherton Hough Elementary School. PTO officials said they are hoping to buy alternative seating for the School’s Classrooms. The goal is to have two alternative seats in each classroom (18 classrooms total). The seats are specifically designed to help hyperactive students. If you’d like to get involved with the Atherton Hough PTO you can reach out to them on their Facebook Page here.
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