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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 11A t We are so excited to announce we will be having 7th and 8th grade parent/teacher conferences during the week of October 6-10, 2014. During this time the teachers will be meeting with the students and their parents that need additional help or assistance. The parents that will be have a conference scheduled will receive a letter next week. This will give the parents an opportunity to meet with their child and their teachers. We have decided as a staff to focus students needing additional help. However, if you do not get a letter and would still like a teacher conference, please call the offme at 283-6510. We will be on regular schedule and students will attefid all classes and will continue to have instruction with substitutes. Dr. Sue Segura Upcoming Events ..... • 10/1 Girls Soccer at Home, 4:00pm • 10/1 Boosters Meeting, Library, 5:30pm • 10/1 Senior Parent Meeting, Library 7:00pro • 10/2 Boys Soccer At Redding • 10/2 Volleyball at Oroville • 10/3 Boys & Girls Soccer at Portola • 10/3 Football at Portola • 10/6-10/10 Jr. High Parent Teacher Conf. • 10/7 Volleyball at Home, 5:30pm • 10/9 Boys Soccer at Squaw Valley • 10/9 Volleyball at Maxwell Box Tops For Education Bring your box tops to the school office. This is a great fundraiser for our school and it's so easy. Look for participating products with the box top label, cut them out and bring them in! Goodbye Mrs. Daun and welcome Ms. White! Mrs. Daun, our Secretary, will leaving QES to serve our district in our Human Resources department. This is a great move for Mrs. Daun, but we will miss her.tremendously here at QES. I am excited to introduce you to Ms. White who will be serving as our school secretary. Ms. White comes to us with administrative office experience and a love for children. Please join me in welcoming her to our staff, and asking for your patience while she gets to know you and our students, and learns the ins and outs of her new position. School I-Iealth Mert This is to let you know that we have at our school a few children who are "immune compromised" or that have a younger sibling in the home that is immune compromised. This is due to a chronic illness or due to chemotherapy that the child is receiving. Illnesses such as chicken pox, measles, flu, whooping cough and strep throat are dangerous to these children and can quickly become life threatening. C! iqken Pox (varicella) in particular is very dangerous and life threatening to these children. It is important that you notify the school nurse if you suspect that your child has chicken pox. With your help we hope to help protect these children from serious illness. Sincerely, Jody Johnson RN, MS, School Nurse Upcoming events 10/3: 6th grade parent conference day 10/6-10/10: Minimum Days -- 1:00 dismissal, parent conferences 10/6: PCO, 5:15 10/6-10/10: Book Fair 10/13: Site Council, 5:00 10/17: Spirit Day 10/21: Bus evacuation drills 10/23: 4th graders "Belden Quest" field trip 10/24: Spell-A-Thon Tests 10/29: School Picture Retake day 10/30: PCO Fall Fest 10/31: No School-- PUSD Professional Learning Day Is anyone interested in group meditation? No Charge, just friendly people getting together to meditate. PORTOLA Call Terri (775)337-0323 Keysercooper@lawyer.com Make Your Neighbors Jealous with a professional paint job~ • Interior & Exterior Paint & Stain • Commercial, Residential, Big or Small • Serving Plumas and Sierra Counties • 30 years Experience • Discount Pricing There is no substitute for quality. BOB RAYMOND PAINTING 836-1339 (cell) 249-3966 CA Lic.#759277 Swinging for the Schools Golf Tournament Oct. 4 - Plumas Pines Golf Course in Graeagle Featuring PGA Tour Professional Robert Garrigus and family 10:30 a.m. shotgun start - scramble format $110 per person or $400 for a complete foursome (includes greens fees, cart, BBQ steak dinner) Prizes: TaylorMade irons, drivers, bags and more! Sponsored by the Sierra Schools Foundation: All proceeds direcdy benefiting Sierra and Phmas County school children. Register: www.sierraschoolsfoundation.org For 100 years, Quincy High great dispute took place over School as other communityhomecoming bonfire, music School has been preparing whether the central county schools became more provided by the QHS band students to look to the future, school would be located in established. The originaland a joyful celebration of This year, students are also Greenville or Quincy. By building was later QHS history. looking backward, to honor 1912, the decision was made demolished, as it did not meet The celebration will the past and the history of to put Plumas County Highbuilding codes for continue Friday, Oct. 17, at 1 their educational institution. School at the Quincy site. earthquake safety, and the p.m., with the homecoming Quincy High School is The building was designedbuilding we see today wasparade on Main Street commemorating its 100th by renowned architect W.H. erected to take its place, dedicated to the centennial birthday throughout 2014-15; Weeks and constructed andAs part of a series of event. organizers say they have furnished for a cost of less celebrations, Quincy HighThe centennial committee three wonderful reasons to than $40,000. Students first School is hosting a 100this looking for graduates from celebrate: their past, present moved in April 6, 1914, birthday party. The public is the 1930s and 1940s to be and future, making the class of 1914 the invited to attend the grand marshals in the Quincy High School started fn'st to graduate, but the ' Birthday Bonfire" event on parade. out as Plumas County High 1914-15 school year was the Wednesday, October 15, at 7 For more information School, as it was to be the first complete year of p.m. at the Quincy High contact the school at 283-6510. central high school for the attendance. School tennis courts on High school friends and county. The name was later Quincy Junction Road. alumni are invited to observe The centralized model was changed from Plumas County Organizers promise birthday with students and organizers first envisioned in 1908, and High School to Quincy High cake, the traditional throughout this coming year. National Science Foundation funds local astronomy project For the past year and half three Plumas County communities -- Greenville, Quincy and Portola -- along with 11 other communities in California and Nevada, have been participating in the pilot of a citizen-science research project aimed at exploring the outer solar system. The Research and Education Cooperative Occultation Network project involves teachers, students, amateur astronomers and community members in conducting coordinated telescope observations to measure the sizes of objects from a region of the solar system beyond Neptune called the Kuiper Belt. Based on the achievements of the pilot project, the National Science Foundation has awarded a five-year grant to expand RECON to include over 40 telescope sites stretching across the entire western United States from the Canadian to the Mexican borders. Observations from this expanded network will shed new light on the size and compositions of these distant objects to help better understand the origins of our solar system. For more information about the RECON project visit tnoRECON.net. Those in Plumas County who would like to learn about the RECON project can enroll in an eight-week community education course at Feather River College that begins Thursday evening, Oct. 2. Participants in the class will learn how to use the telescope and the other observational equipment, and they will be able to participate in the ongoing research. The class will be led by Charles Arrowsmith, the astronomy instructor at FRC, with assistance from the participating Quincy, Greenville and Portola high school teachers who have been actively involved in the project. Registration for the course is $20; forms and information are available online at frc.edu/studentservices/ community-ed.cfm. Feather Publishing has an immediate opening for a full-time sports editor. Qualified applicants should have strong writing and photography skills and be available to work nights and weekends. The sports editor is based in the Quincy office, but frequently travels to Chester, Indian Valley and Portola to cover events. The sports editor is in charge of designing the Sports and Recreation section. a resume Managing Editor Dan McDonald at dmcdonald@plumasnews.com. i 4 ~r