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Quincy High School Daily Bulletin

  Friday, September 22, 2017

Daily Lunch Special: Fish & Chips.

Club Meetings Today:  (Group 2) Science (721), ASL (853), Chess Club (717), DECA (706) & Drama in the (PAC).

All students who are joining a club need to make sure that their club dues are paid by September 29th, or they will not be able to attend their club meetings. Please pay in the office and bring the receipt to your club advisor.

Sports Results:

  • Soccer:  It was a hard fought game for the lady jacks vs Toppenish. The game ended 4-2 in favor of the wildcats. Goals from Klaritssa Cruz tied the game 1-1 in the first half and a penalty kick from Brianna Pedregon tied the game in the second half 2-2. Everyone played a fantastic game from our keeper Zayuri Arizmendi and the defense to our midfield and our forwards. Great job ladies.
  • Huge congrats to the cross-country runners on a successful night of running in some unfavorable conditions!  The team competed well and ran extremely hard.  The Mens team lost a hard fought battle and were led by Gonzalo Birrueta who finished 2nd out of 51 runners. The Lady Jacks were led by Brynn Heikes who took second place out of 41 runners. 

  • The XC coaching staff would like to thank all of the friends, teachers, helpers, admin & city officials that helped make our meet successful.  Volunteeers cheered on the runnners, signs for one of our seniors, and an exciting finish lined by spectators.  Thank you to all who participated or supported in anyway! Congratulations to the Jackrabbit seniors who ran their final meet on the QHS course, these runners include Jazmine Benitez, Alejandro Santacruz, and Brandon Melburn.

Friday Sports Schedule:

  • Varsity Football vs. Othello 7:00.

Saturday Sports Schedule:

  • Girls Varsity Soccer vs. Prosser 12:00.

FRESHMEN:  We still need a few more to sign up for the service hours working the concession for today’s football game. Please sign up in room 800.

There will be a Mixer after the home football game tonight! If you don’t know, a mixer is a dance. This is a casual relaxed dance where you can come hang out with friends, take selfies at our “photo booth” and dance! The cost is only $5 at the door. All high school students are welcome!! The dance goes from after the football game till midnight!

MEChA is excited to announce that Vanessa Gutierrez, a lawyer from the North West Immigrant Rights Project, will be giving a presentation TODAY at 3:30 in the PAC. She will share information about DACA and be available to answer questions. Anyone who is interested in learning more about DACA or how to advocate for DREAMER's is welcome to attend. We hope to see you there!

Attention all seniors! Mrs. Averill has generously offered to extend the deadline for senior shirts TODAY, please bring your order forms and payment to the Hutch.

Potential Drama Club members:  Please pay your $5.00 dues in the office before our next Drama Club meeting.  Only paid members may attend our meeting next week.  Auditions for our fall play, “It Was a Dark and Stormy Night,” will be in early October.  Only paid members may audition.

Do you like to argue?  Do you like to make people laugh or cry?  Are you a fount of knowledge in a particular area?  Mark October 3rd on your calendar and plan to join us for the first meeting of Debate and Knowledge Bowl right after school in room #704. 

Counseling & Career Center News:

  • An admissions counselor from Eastern Oregon University will be here today during 2nd lunch. Stop by the table to learn more about EOU.
  • Attention Seniors:  The counseling and career center will be hosting a senior parent night Wednesday, September 27th from 7-8 pm in the high school library and PAC.  This presentation is for parents and students.  Presentations will be offered in both English and Spanish.  Come learn about all the things you should be doing senior year, and find out if you are ready for college!  Stop by the counseling center for more information.

  • Seniors: It’s not too late to sign up for the October SAT and ACT. Stop by the counseling center to get more information.

Quincy High School

16 Sixth Ave. SE
Quincy, WA 98848

Phone: 509-787-3501
Fax: 509-787-8989

Hours: Mon 9:30-2:55, Tues-Fri: 8:10-2:55

Dr. Debbie Belew-Nyquist

Assistant Principal: Mike Carlson
Assistant Principal / AD: Kaycie Tuttle
CTE Director: Nicole Monroe
ASB Advisor: April Murray

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