QSCP Partnership Reflections

As a system of continuous improvement, it’s the time of year to reflect/assess on our goals, action steps, and our many accomplishments. The Quincy School ~ Community Partnership continues to reflect the extraordinary ways in which our partners support and foster our mission to enrich student learning and success. Throughout the 2015-2016 school year you have supported our partnership pathways initiatives, including financial, site, and student support, and career connection opportunities. Your generosity has provided our students and teachers with educational tools and resources.  Listed below is a sampling:

  • 4,200 Backpacks and School Supplies
  • 700 Dictionaries ~ Grade 2
  • 665 CPR Certifications ~ Grade 8
  • 32- Surface Tablets ~ Teachers
  • $110,000 Scholarships ~ Grade 12
  • $86,000 Teacher Mini-Grants
  • 250 Student Tickets for Holiday Concert
  • 240 K-2 Children “Learn to Swim Program”

In addition, you continue to support an array of innovative Quincy Public Schools traditions, events and initiatives that celebrate and honor our staff, students, administrators, and community members, which include:

 

  • Health and Wellness Symposium
  • Credit for Life Fair
  • Tis the Season…Symphony and Song
  • QSCP Recognition Breakfast
  • 5th Grade Student Council Leadership Summit
  • A Matter of Heart…CPR Training
  • Student Athlete Summit
  • Read Across America/Dr. Seuss Birthday
  • Community Service Learning Celebration
  • Elementary/Middle School Robotics Challenge

In appreciation and recognition of your generous contributions to the Partnership Pathways Initiatives, the Quincy School ~ Community Partnership is pleased to offer our partners numerous benefits, including company logos prominently displayed at Quincy’s many school-sponsored events, press releases highlighting your company’s level of commitment, company advertisement on the Quincy Public Schools and Quincy School ~  Community Partnership websites and Quincy’s Educational Station ~ Channel 22, and company names highlighted in monthly school and partnership newsletters.

Congratulations to John Fagerlund, QSCP Coordinator who was recently appointed Vice President of Economic Development, Quincy Chamber of Commerce.  We thank John for his assistance and enthusiasm in the recruitment of 25+ new partners and maintaining the existing 100 partners over the past four years.

Janice Erler, a former Teacher and Coordinator of Extended and Educational Programs will be returning to Quincy Public Schools as the new QSCP Coordinator.  Janice will begin her new role on Monday, May 23, 2016.

Respectfully,

Richard DeCristofaro, Ed. D.                            Keith P. Segalla, Executive Director

Superintendent of Schools                             Career & Technical Education and QSCP