Andronico Announcements: May 2018

  Friend ─ Welcome to the May 2018 edition of the Andronico Announcements! I hope you've enjoyed the past month and are looking forward to what the next 30 days have in store. In this month's edition I highlight the FY2019 School Budget, discuss updates to our school curriculum, highlight some community events, and much more. Remember to sign-up for the newsletter by clicking here to get this delivered directly to your inbox on the last day of every month. As always, if you have a comment, question, or concern about our school system please reach out! Sincerely,  Anthony Continue reading

Andronico Announcements: April 2018

Friend ─ Welcome to the April 2018 edition of the Andronico Announcements! I hope you've enjoyed the past month and are looking forward to what the next 30 days have in store. In this month's edition I highlight some outstanding work from our Career & Technical Education programs, provide an update on the new Sterling Middle School construction, take a look back at some community events I've attended, and much more. Sign-up by clicking here to get this update delivered directly to your inbox on the last day of every month. As always, if you have a comment, question, or concern about our school system please reach out! Sincerely,  Anthony Continue reading

Quincy Students & Community Businesses Participate in 10th Annual Credit For Life Fair

The tenth annual Credit for Life Fair was held yesterday, with seniors enrolled in a business class at Quincy High School and North Quincy High School and our community business partners and volunteers participating. The goal of the fair is for students to better understand the impact of spending decisions, the importance of credit, budgeting and money management, and the benefits of financially prudent decisions. Continue reading

Quincy High School Students Participate In Eco Fashion Show At State House

This morning I had the opportunity to attend the 2018 Green Difference Awards presented by Project Green Schools at the State House. This organization is focused on developing the next generation of environmental leaders through education, project-based learning, and community service. Continue reading

Andronico Announcements March 2018

Welcome to the March 2018 edition of my monthly newsletter! As part of my campaign for School Committee I promised to keep the public informed and I think a newsletter is a great tool to help me follow through on that promise. This newsletter will look back at the past month to show you what you missed. Have a suggestion on how to improve the newsletter? Send me an email at anthonyandronico@quincypublicschools.com If you'd like to get this newsletter directly in your inbox on the last day of the month, every month, you can signup on the homepage.  Continue reading

Andronico Attends Community Storm Relief Fund Fundraiser

I had a great time at the fundraiser last night to benefit Quincy residents impacted by the March Storms. The place was packed and the raffle raised nearly $5,000 that will go directly towards relief efforts! Continue reading

QPS High School Students Peacefully Protest

Yesterday at 10:00 am, students from North Quincy and Quincy High Schools gathered outside to honor the memory of the 17 students and staff members who were killed at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on February 14... Continue reading

February 2018 Newsletter

Welcome to the February 2018 edition of my monthly newsletter! As part of my campaign for School Committee I promised to keep the public informed and I think a newsletter is a great tool to help me follow through on that promise. This newsletter will look back at the past month and look forward to what lies ahead over the next month. Have a suggestion on how to improve the newsletter? Send me an email at anthonyandronico@quincypublicschools.com   Continue reading

January 2018 Newsletter

Kindergarten Registration, Winter Storm Repairs, Fun Community Events January Digest Welcome to the inaugural edition of my monthly newsletter! As part of my campaign for School Committee I promised to keep the public informed and I think a newsletter is a great tool to help me follow through on that promise. This newsletter will look back at the past month and look forward to what lies ahead over the next month. Have a suggestion on how to improve the newsletter? Send me an email at anthonyandronico@quincypublicschools.com Continue reading