As the end of the year rapidly approaches, we eagerly anticipate our second Q5 learning experience for students, staff, and the community. Q5 was a raving success in 2018 by any measure. We presented at the superintendent's conference last summer and we recently discussed Q5 at a national Challenge Success Conference. The interest and excitement around Q5 is palpable, and we are excited to witness year two.
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We offer 38 different courses and we are excited to witness students and staff working closely on this exciting endeavor known as Q5.
Scheduling classes and students requires a significant effort. To this end, we do our best to ensure all students receive their top choices. At this point, Q5 schedules are final and cannot change at this juncture.
Our attendance guidelines have changed this year due to the fact that Q5 is four days and not eight. Please click on the link for additional information, but please be aware that students are expected to attend all four classes of Q5. Students will receive a grade and we will list it on their transcript, and missing a class will result in loss of credit.
our Q5 website.
We need help in two areas - donating items and/or donating your time.
In order to defer some of the costs, we are hoping to borrow some items needed for courses from the community. Please take a look at our list of items. If you can sign up to donate one, our course leaders will be in touch to coordinate.
Many course leaders are opening up their classroom and would welcome volunteers
who would like to participate. Please review our list of courses that need volunteers.
Course leaders will contact you to arrange meeting times.
Thank you for your support. Please contact Q5 Coordinator Laurie Fortunato
(firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
As a reminder, the calendar for the end of the year is available on our website.