Anthony Andronico published Andronico Statement Regarding Recent Social Media Posts by QPS Students in Community Blog 2020-07-01 16:41:02 -0400
A statement from Vice Chair Anthony J. Andronico regarding recent social media posts
by students at Quincy High School & North Quincy High School:
The past few months have been a time of reflection for many not only in Quincy, but our Commonwealth and country. The unjust murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and countless others, have made me think deeply about whether Quincy Public Schools (QPS) was doing enough to address the issues of racial bias. The fact is, no community, including my hometown of Quincy, is exempt from these issues.Read more
Anthony Andronico published Info Sheet: QPS Superintendent Search Process in Community Blog 2020-06-15 17:41:59 -0400
The Quincy School Committee has begun the process of selecting a new Superintendent of Schools. The information below provides an overview of the work that has already been completed and how we plan on moving forward. As always, my colleagues and I are here to address any comments, questions, or concerns, so please feel free to reach out. For the most up-to-date information, you should visit the dedicated page on the QPS website here.
Anthony Andronico published Andronico Announces New QPS Website in Community Blog 2020-04-22 19:08:30 -0400
By Anthony J. Andronico, Quincy School Committee Vice Chair
As the virtual face of Quincy Public Schools, the current website sends the message that we are not making the necessary investments in our educational system to be successful – of course, this could not be further from the truth. Over the years Quincy has always taken pride in making investments in our students, teachers, and facilities to provide a top-notch education. This dichotomy was one of the reasons I made overhauling the website a campaign promise when I ran for School Committee in 2017.Read more
Anthony Andronico published Quincy School Committee Seeks State Funding for New Squantum Elementary School in Community Blog 2020-02-15 20:52:14 -0500
Last Wednesday, the School Committee voted to submit a Statement of Interest (SOI) to the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) with the purposes of building a new Squantum Elementary School on the existing site. The MSBA provides significant state funding to school projects – having provided funds to Quincy for Quincy High School ($72M), Central Middle School ($30M), and the recently completed South~West Middle School ($29M). Here is a small sampling of what our SOI contained:Read more
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Anthony Andronico published Anthony Andronico For Quincy School Committee in Community Blog 2018-03-01 18:31:32 -0500
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