Fall 2020 Re-Entry Planning

Interim Superintendent Kevin Mulvey has assembled a cross-functional Task Force to collaborate on a Quincy Public Schools Fall 2020 Re-Entry Plan.  In addition to Interim Superintendent Mulvey, the team members include:  Rita Bailey, Coordinator of Health Services; Cassandra Beck, Quincy Parent Advisory Council to Special Education President; Christopher Cassani, Director of TPAL; Michael Draicchio, Director of Transportation & Security; Sara Dufour, Director of School Nutrition; Sean Greene, High School Teacher; Paul Hines, Commissioner of Public Buildings; Ruth Jones, Commissioner of Health; James Mullaney, Director of Business; JJ Niamkey, NQHS Athletic Director; Maura Papile, Senior Director of Student Support Services; Courtney Perdios, Citywide Parent Council Co-President; Michelle Perfetuo, Elementary School Teacher; Erin Perkins, Director of Special Education; Madeline Roy; Senior Director of Curriculum; Aliza Schneller, Atlantic Middle School Principal; Keith Segalla, Executive Director of Career Vocational Technical Education and Information Technology; Kevin Segalla, Coordinator of Custodians; Robert Shaw, North Quincy High School Principal; Larry Taglieri, Quincy High School Principal; Anna Tennyson, Library/Media Teacher; Ruth Witmer, Lincoln Hancock Community School Principal

The Quincy Public Schools Re-Entry Task Force has conducted a series of virtual focus groups and a survey for parents and students to solicit your input on the planning for the September re-opening of Quincy Public Schools.  Please see below for presentations shared with School Committee and minutes from the Focus Groups:

Initial Fall School Reopening Guidance Presentation 7.16.2020.pdf

Preliminary Plan Submission 7.29.2020.pdf

Draft Re-Opening preliminary submission 7.29.2020.pdf

Fall 2020 Comprehensive Reopening Plan 8.5.2020.pdf

Focus Group Minutes:

Your input is an important part of the planning process and on behalf of the QPS Re-Entry Task Force, we look forward to collaborating with you.

Sincerely,

Kevin W. Mulvey, JD

Interim Superintendent of Schools