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News and Announcements
Parent Teacher Conference (PTC) November 2019Posted: November 13, 2019
Dear Parents & Families,
Our Parent-Teacher Conferences for the first semester of the 2019-2020 School Year are fast approaching. These meetings are a valuable opportunity to speak with your child’s teachers about his or her progress. They allow you to provide teachers with information that will help them to better meet your child’s individual needs. This year, conferences will take place on the following schedule: Thursday, November 21, 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Friday, November 22, 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. On both days, parents will be admitted to the school 30 minutes early to pick up student report cards and complete organizational forms. Friday, November 22nd will be a half-day for students. Students should arrive to school in line with their regularly scheduled start time. All students will be dismissed at 11:15 a.m. In the past, many more parents have attended the evening session than the afternoon session. This can mean longer waits to speak with teachers. If possible, you may want to consider coming to the Friday afternoon session.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
Reminder: To Submit your Family Income Inquiry FormPosted: October 28, 2019
Every though, All New York City public school students can enjoy free breakfast and lunch at school this year. You do not need to apply for your child to receive meals. However, families must complete the Family Income Inquiry Form (formerly known as Lunch Forms), which helps our schools receive money for funding (this including textbooks, funding for clubs, new equipment for phys ed, new technology classes, and more). Students can also revive benefits (depend if student qualify for FREE or REDUCED LUNCH), only if their families complete lunch form. Some student benefits can be (fee waivers when applying for college, AP exam fees, etc.), This information regarding fee waivers can be obtained by our college office staff. Please submit this form ASAP. If you need a paper copy, copies are available in the front of the Cafeteria during student lunches.
Note: Please click, "Family Income Inquiry Form" to be redirected to the lunch form.
College Visits to QHSTPosted: September 16, 2019
We remind all students that now is a good time to think about what college they want to apply for to pursuit for their future after high school. For the next couple of weeks and threw out the school year, several universities/college will be visiting QHST. Please be reminded that ....
- College visits take place during students’ lunch periods.
- All students and all grades are welcome to stop by the college office – room 218 during these times to speak to admissions counselors as long as they have a pass from the cafeteria.
- Announcements are made in the student cafeteria and also via the College Office newsletter, Skedula (PupilPath) and the Remind App.
- Students are highly encouraged to take advantage of these college visits so that they can learn more about these colleges, their programs and admissions requirements.
Click Here to see what college are visiting QHST.
Report Card Distribution
QHST Coat Drive Starts
PTA Bake SaleDuring Student Lunches
Parent Teacher Conference6:00pm - 8:30pm
Parent Teacher Conference12:30pm - 2:30pm
1/2 DayDismissal is at 11:15am
Thanksgiving RecessSchool Closed
Thanksgiving RecessSchool Closed
QHST Blood Drive8:30am - 2:30pm
Dec 23 - Jan 1
Winter RecessSchool Closed
End of Marking Period 2
End of Term 1
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. DaySchools Closed