Quincy High School Daily Bulletin for
Friday, April 21, 2017
Daily Lunch Special: Cheese ravioli w/zesty marinara or alfredo sauce, steamed carrots & garlic bread.
Attention Students/Staff: The Quincy Invitational Track Meet is this Saturday from 10:30 to approx.. 4pm….We are looking for volunteers…students you will receive school hours from Coach Alex/Stoddard…PLEASE SIGN UP WITH COACH ALEX/STODDARD…..and TKS!
Congratulations to the tennis doubles teams of Natalie Thompson/Rachel Faw and Randy Hodges/Gates Petersen for wins over Selah yesterday. Go Jacks!
Last night at the track meet in Ellensburg we fought a strong wind. Great job! Some highlights are Diego Hernandez winning the shot put and Tyson Thornton winning the high jump. Logan Thomson high jumped into second place and Mashayla Schappman took second in the shot and discus. Tomorrow is the home track meet, come watch and support our athletes starting at 10:30!
Friday Sports Schedule:
Varsity Softball @ Wenatchee 4:00. Dismiss 12:30/depart 12:45.
Saturday Sports Schedule:
Boys & Girls Tennis @ Wapato 10:00/depart 7:15.
Unified Soccer Round Robin @ Ephrata 10:00.
Boys & Girls Varsity Invite Track 10:30.
Varsity Baseball @ Wapato 9:00/11:00/ depart 7:45.
JV/Varsity Softball vs. Grandview 11:00/1:00.
JV/Varsity Soccer @ Grandview 10:00/12:00/ depart 7:00.
Congratulations to our Quincy Jack academic competitors who took part in the Regional Envirothon Wednesday in Okanogan. With the help from many other alternates at practices, we fielded 3 official teams. Sophomore leaders included Abby Gallegos, Beto Trujillo, Angel Vazquez, Blanca Mejia, and Juan Cholula. A mixed team of Sophomore Isaias Espinoza; Juniors Erin Brisbane, Yordi Trejo, Sandra Huezo; and Senior Marco Blancas performed well enough to MAKE IT TO STATE! Next up for the team is an overnight stay at Camp Waskowitz in North Bend for the State Envirothon during the 17th and18th of May. Meanwhile, keep your eyes and ears out for Drones.We’ll be gearing up for a Drone competition in May and organizing a summer camp that combines Envirothon, Drones, and other STEM skills this June and July. GO JACKS!
Interested in becoming a Link Leader?! See the informational poster about upcoming recruitment meetings on Mrs. Murray’s door!
Attention Seniors: You may pay for your senior trip to Silverwood & Lake Coeur D’Alene any time. The cost will be $70 and you pay Mrs. Sanchez in the main office. If you cannot pay it all at once, you are welcome to pay it a little at a time until it is paid. Don’t miss this fun opportunity with your classmates. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Wallace.