The Giving Tree
Want to give back a little this holiday season? Be part of the Giving Tree at QO, there are many ways to get involved. If donating please drop-off items in the main office or room 128 by December 12th and if you have any questions - contact Mrs. Kelly-Adams or an officer from the QO Project or National Honor Society. Additional details are in the flyer.
- Pick up a card from a tree in the main lobby, purchase a gift or gifts described on the card and then bring the unwrapped gift back in with the card.
- Drop-off wrapping materials such as boxes, wrapping paper, tissue paper, bows, ribbon, or decorative bags in the box in the Main Office or room 128.
- Purchase a gift card to a local store such as Target, Kohl's, JCPenney, Macy's, Safeway, or Giant to be given to a needy individual this holiday season.
Parent Meeting for Current Health Students
will be a voluntary meeting for all parents who currently have a child enrolled
during semester 1 in the Comprehensive Health class. This meeting is
designed to serve as an informational one for parents who may be interested in
reviewing the curriculum and/or materials used during instruction. The
meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 25 at 4:00 pm in room 144A.
Various Honor Societies offer free tutoring from other students who are knowledgeable and experience in different subject areas to help fellow students. Get details about specific groups on the Honor Societies page or see the list below:
- Social Studies help - Tuesdays in room 326;
Senior Fees are required in order to walk at Graduation and participate in other senior events. We will not be collecting fees again until after Winter Break unless you pay online, the price is still $60 if you pay online via the school store. To pay in person, you must complete one section of the Senior Fee Flyer and pay your fee to Ms. Rodgers in room 221 starting January 5th when the price increases to $65.
NEWS AND EVENTS
The PowerPoint Presentation from the "Nuts and Bolts College Application" Presentation is also available online, if you have further questions, contact your student's counselor.
Our iSTEM/Engineering Club is excited to begin competing in local robotics competitions! We're looking for students interested in participating, parents and community members, especially engineers or programmers to volunteer and get involved. Or you can make a tax-deductible donation by mailing in a check or donating online. Full details are available on our details page.
ABOUT QUINCE ORCHARD
The mission of Quince Orchard High School, a diverse community, is to provide an excellent education in a safe, nurturing environment that challenges all students to embrace the highest standards of personal integrity and academic achievement. This will be accomplished through excellence in teaching and commitment to learning in partnership with family and community. More About Quince Orchard