Capital project community presentation held on Oct. 20

In case you missed it, watch the recording, below:   Opportunities to learn more Presentations will also be held in November and December, with event information forthcoming. Stay up-to-date on our district website’s Capital Project page.  A save-the-date postcard should have already been delivered to homes in early October. A capital project newsletter will be …

Virtual Social Emotional (SEL) Parent University event set for 10/26

Dear parents and guardians, You are invited to a virtual social-emotional learning event, “SEL Snapshot” on Tuesday, Oct. 26 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.  This program is designed to give families a snapshot of a few of the social and emotional learning (SEL) programs we have, including the Zones of Regulation, Supportive Scripts to help students through challenging …

QES 2021-22 school supply lists

Kindergarten 1 full-size backpack (not pre-school size) 1 standard-size pencil box 2 dozen sharpened Ticonderoga #2 pencils 5 boxes of 24 Crayola crayons 1 yellow highlighter 4 thin black EXPO markers 2 black flair-tip pens (Papermate Flair pens) 1 pair Fiskar blunt-tip scissors 10 glue sticks 1 box Ziploc bags (gallon size) 1 pair of …

Community activities for families and students

We hope our families and community members take advantage of the variety of activities being offered in and around the Queensbury community. Originally published Feb. 11, 2021. Last updated March 26, 2021. Tri-County Literacy Center Scavenger Hunt The Tri-County Literacy Center introduces the first annual Tri-County Historic Scavenger Hunt. The scavenger hunt is taking place …

More than 1,000 grandparents attend Grandparents’ Breakfast virtually

Each year, the district’s annual Grandparents’ Breakfast is a special opportunity for children in grades K-5 to showcase and share their school life with their grandparents. This year, due to the ongoing pandemic, the 32nd annual Grandparents’ Breakfast was enjoyed virtually. Although this year’s event looked a bit different from years past, it still included …

QES students create cards and letters for soldiers

Students at QES created nearly 200 cards and letters for soldiers for the “Christmas in Camouflage” collection! Students hope the cards and letters bring a little piece of home to many soldiers who are far away this holiday season!

Third grade art students finish self-portrait projects

Students in Ms. Backus’ third grade art class began the school year working on a self-portrait. Students were asked to include giant sunglasses in their portraits illustrating their big dreams! The class spent time talking about their dreams and goals before working on the portraits. Some of the dreams included discovering a new animal, creating …

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