Quincy Elementary School
Where Mountain Kids Learn!!!
February 15, 2019
No school February 18-22, 2019 - School Break
Kind, helpful words build a school and community culture where we inspire our students and everyone in our community where learning and positive things can happen! Bring your kind words with you to school and out in our beautiful community!
Parent Community Meeting on Vaping February 28, 2019, 6:00pm, QES Cafeteria-Pioneer Campus
Plumas County Public Health Agency invites you to help make our county a healthier place to live.
Please RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (530)283-6457.
Parent Pick - Rain & Snow
Parents New Aeries Communication Tab: How to set up your notification preferences!
2. Click on the "Communications " tab at the top left of the page.
3. Follow the steps to set up your page.
4. Click on the circle with your initials access the settings menu.
5. Click on Notifications to customize your settings.--You will not be able to turn off Emergency Announcements.
If you don't see the Communications tab, send an email to email@example.com for help with your Aeries Online Account.
QES Lost and Found is filling up. Have your student check for missing items.
Mrs. Whittaker's Kindergartners really know how to decompose larger numbers!
Hey Parents, got photos for the yearbook?
Drop photos of this year's events in the appropriate folder, so that we have them for our yearbook in the spring
Yearbooks on sale now!
Good afternoon Community Partners,
We are seeking input on community mental health priorities as part of the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) 2018-19 Annual Update community planning process. Please share with clients and families, staff, and interested community stakeholders. We’re gathering survey data through February 15th.
There are multiple ways to complete the survey:
- Click on this link to complete the web-based survey - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/P7HBMMX;
- Visit http://www.countyofplumas.com/DocumentCenter/View/19618, print, and return a completed paper survey;
- Stakeholders may visit any Wellness Center or the Courthouse Annex to fill out the survey;
- Or, contact me to request delivery by mail.
Please feel free to call or e-mail me should you have any questions.
Thanks very much,
Aimee Heaney, MHSA Coordinator
Plumas County Behavioral Health
Student safety - gates
Chronic Absenteeism -Missing 2 days per month can add up!
According to Edsource:
Chronic absenteeism can have adverse consequences for a child as early as kindergarten. Students with high rates of absenteeism are less likely to be able to read by the end of the 3rd grade, are more likely to drop out in high school and show less persistence in college.
While attendance is important, it is equally important for students to stay home when ill in order to get well and to avoid spreading illness to others. Our school nurses have prepared a letter to help with making the decision to keep your student home or send them to school.
ACES -Adverse Childhood Experiences
Medical research has shown that chronic stress during childhood can have lasting effects on health, leading to disorders such as depression and heart disease.
We can help our children and families who are living with chronic stress, but the first step is understanding the connections between the events in a child’s life, and his or her learning and health. Little changes, outlined in the flyer linked below, can go a long way to support a child with adverse experiences.