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Monday, Nov. 16

PTO sponsored Soup Supper – 4:30-7:00 p.m. in the gym.

Tuesday, Nov. 20

November Birthdays Out of Dress Code Day

Wed., Nov. 21

No School – Thanksgiving Break begins.

Thursday, Nov. 22

No School – Happy Thanksgiving!

Friday, Nov. 23

No School – Thanksgiving Break


  • PTO Soup Supper – Monday, Nov. 19th – 4-7 p.m.

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  • PTO SOUP SUPPER: Don’t Forget the Soup Supper on Monday, November 19 from 4:30-7:00 p.m. in the school gym.  All proceeds from the event will benefit three of our school families.  The 8th grade will have a bake sale for you to buy some yummy desserts as well.  Dessert profits will go to the 8th-grade class trip to St. Louis, MO. Don’t forget to browse the basket raffle.  In the past, it has been a huge success. See the attached flyer for more information.
    Posted by Gary Clayton
  • MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO OUR VETERAN’S: Thanks so much to Mrs. Wood and our kindergarten – 8th grade students for presenting a wonderful musical tribute to our veterans on Monday evening.  The gym was filled with patriotism for our country and gratitude to our veterans for serving for our country and our freedom.  The recognition of our veterans who were in attendance during the Armed Forces salute was especially touching, and we are glad that they were able to be with us.  Thanks, also, to our school parents for providing snacks, and to the PTO for providing drinks and for manning the snack area.
    Posted by Gary Clayton
  • ST. PETER SCHOOL OPENING: St. Peter School is in need of hiring for the after school program. Interested applicants should contact Mrs. Judy Domme at 217-242-1910. Resumes can be mailed to St. Peter School, 2500 Maine, Quincy, IL 62301 or emailed to c.venvertloh@cospq.org
    Posted by Gary Clayton
  • ST. FRANCIS SCHOOL OPEN POSITION: St. Francis Solanus has an opening in our Before and After School Daycare.  The candidate must have a balanced personality, love children, and be willing to have flexible hours.  If hired, the applicant will need a background and fingerprint check, and complete the Protecting God’s Children Program.  If interested, please send resumes to St. Francis School, 1720 College Avenue, Quincy, Illinois, 62301, or email Lori Shepard at lshepard@stfrancissolanus.com.
    Posted by Gary Clayton
  • OPEN GYM NIGHT AT GEM CITY GYMNASTICS: The QU Hawks cheerleaders are hosting an open gym night at Gem City Gymnastics Center (2010 Jennifer Lane) tonight, November 16th, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. for students in grades K-8.  Cost is $10 per child. All proceeds benefit the Quincy University Cheerleading Squad.
    Posted by Gary Clayton
  • ADAMS COUNTY HCE KIDDIE BAZAAR ADAMS COUNTY HCE KIDDIE BAZAAR will take place from 8:30-11:30 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1st, at Salem Church Hall, 9th & State.  Kids in K-5th grade shop with chaperones to surprise everyone on their list. All items 50-cents to $4.00.  No pre-registration necessary. See the attached flyer for more details.
    Posted by Gary Clayton
  • POSTAGE STAMP SHOWER for the Parish Office: The cost of postage stamps will be going up in January.  If you so wish, while you are at the post office purchasing stamps for your Christmas cards, to pick some up for the Parish office, it would be greatly appreciated.  If you get some, please feel free to drop them by the Parish office or put them in the collection basket. If you will give us your name, we will see that you get credit for them for your taxes.
    Posted by Gary Clayton
  • QCES CURRICULUM MAPPING UPDATE: During October and November, the QCES teachers began working together on creating a common science curriculum.  The teachers from Blessed Sacrament, St. Francis, St. Dominic, and St. Peter participated in half-day meetings with their grade level colleagues.  The teachers from each school shared what is currently being taught and discussed the Next Generation Science Standards. At the conclusion of each session, the grade level teams collaboratively agreed on what science units all four schools will teach.  Through this work, the teachers were not only able to create horizontal alignment for the four schools at each grade but also develop collaborative relationships.
    Posted by Gary Clayton
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