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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, March 12, 2014 5A Principal honors 4.0 students Quincy High School students, above, gather at the Nugget in Sparks, Nev., for their annual 4.0 lunch with John Ascuaga. Students started their busy day with doughnuts and milk at school, went bowling, ate lunch at the Rotisserie Room, swam at the Nugget and then viewed "The Lego Movie" followed by a trip to Baskin-Robbins. Principal Sue Segura said 16 percent of the grade nine - 12 student body achieved a 4.0 grade-point average. Students enjoy their 4.0 luncheon at the Rotisserie Room at John Ascuaga's Nugget. Photos submitted Common Core Training March 12, 2014 6:00-7:00 Please come to the Common Core training at Quincy Elementary School on March 12, for the K-12 area to include a overview for parents. Sign -up I am so excited to share a program that our students and parents can participate in with the Rotary of Quincy. Students have an amazing opportunity to apply for Rotary's Youth Exchange program. If the student will be a Junior or Sophomore in the Fall of 2014, he or she can apply for Rotary's Short Term Youth Exchange program which would send them to Ballarat, Australia for approximately eight (8) weeks in the Summer of 2015. If the student will be a Senior in the Fall of 2014, he or she can apply for Rotary's Long Term Youth Exchange program, which is an 11 month exchange to a foreign country (departing in the Summer of 2015). For more information, visit Be prepared to submit your application for the program in September 2014. As part of offering Exchange opportunities to students, the Quincy Rotary Club is looking for Quincy families willing to host exchange students. The exchange student becomes part of your family for approximately three (3) months. Feel free to contact Suzan Leonhardt, Director of Youth Services for the Quincy Rotary Club, to discuss what it means to host and how the process works. Suzan can be reached at 251-7874. Information on hosting Rotary Youth Exchange Students can be found at Families.aspx. Upcoming Events ...... • 3/12 Quincy Common Core Meeting • 3/13 Board Meeting, Greenville • 3/13-3/14 JV Baseball at Colusa • 3/13-3/15 Varsity Baseball at Los Molinos • 3/14-3/15 Softball at Redding • 3/14 Noodles & Notes at Pangaea • 3/17 Varsity Baseball at Gridley • 3/17 JV Baseball vs. Gridley at Home • 3/18 CAHSSE for 10th Grade • 3/19 CAHSEE for 10th Grade • 3/29 Butte College rep on campus. Sign up w/Mrs. Anumu. • 3/20 Mrs. Brown Presentation • 3/20 Varsity Baseball at Chester • 3/20 Music Festival at Greenville • • 3/25 Last day to sign up/pay for AP tests w/Mrs. Anumu I I _6ive us a call today: I ATTY Calif. Lic. #453927 l es (530) 283-2035 'i'11 I III I Paid political advertisement • • Integrity & Accountability Fresh Effective Leadership Expand Economic Opportunity " ' ," ..... 5ag bu-r χa a :.: 00aaa-a76o a a00ia00] ..... " I . , I I I , Send your donation to: ' I I , Committee to elect Jim Judd , I I ' P.O. Box 202 ' I I ,' Clio, CA 96106 ,' ,' (530) 836-7311 ,' I I , jim , , ! , , I I I I I I , Name: I I 'Amount enclosed I I I I ' e-mail address I I IL IIII IIII nl ii m m iin iii nlu m mll III III B m IIII In Inl lIB m m III m HI HI m IIm III m m m m    m  u   d Paid for by the committee to elect Jim Judd I II II I