School Board Newsletters

Summer 2020

Highlights include:

  • Special Board meeting 6 p.m.
  • Wednesday QCSD’s 2020-21 reopening plan
  • Applications being accepted for Board openings
  • For online learning, QCSD Virtual Option the right choice
  • First day of school pushed back to September 14th
  • Superintendent/District goals for 2020-21
  • Summer athletics health & safety plan
  • No tax increase in final 2020-21 budget
  • Board President’s speech to Class of 2020
  • Student learning options this summer
  • Learn about the summer meals program

Please click here to read the newsletter.

Winter 2019-20

  • Board Elects New Leadership Team, Welcomes New Members
  • 'Thank You For Allowing Me To Serve'
  • Directors Set Record Straight On Updated Student Debt Policy
  • Organization Offers Help To Parents In School Lunch Debt
  • Lawsuit Filed Against E-Cigarette Makers
  • Board: No Exceptions for 20-21 Budget
  • Pay Boosted For Substitutes
  • Doctor Discusses Stigma Of Addiction
  • Dr. Kelly Explains Impact Of Childhood Trauma In Classroom
  • Teachers Talk About Data-Driven Instruction

Please click here to read the newsletter.

Back to School 2019-20

  • A Letter From School Board President Steaven Klein
  • Former QCSD Teacher Passes Away
  • Drug Counselor on Vaping Epidemic
  • Assistant Principals Hired For QCHS
  • Facilities Committee Considers Baseball Field Concept
  • School Board Creates Goals Committee
  • Board VP Speaks Out Against Compressor Station
  • Board, Committee Schedules and Videos

Please click here to read the newsletter.

2019 Spring Newsletter


The 2019 Spring Newsletter is filled with several important topics that the School Board has been working on since the beginning of the 2018-19 school year. Headlines include:

  • Safety Committee makes its recommendations
  • Student lunch debt is soaring
  • Budget update
  • Student recognition
  • Neidig planning 'huge community effort'
  • Board supports change to cyber charter funding
  • Board updated on diversity, inclusion progress

Please click here to read the newsletter.

2019 Winter Newsletter
The 2018-19 Winter Newsletter is filled with several important topics that the School Board has been working on since the beginning of the 2018-19 school year. Topics include:

  • Board retains leaders in 9-0 votes.
  • Special musical entertainment for reorganization meeting.
  • Unanimous vote limits potential tax increase.
  • Required public hearing for Neidig renovations.
  • Board agrees to sell closed schools.
  • Meeting schedule changed for 2019.
  • District honored for TechXcellence.

The Newsletter can be found here. You can also find information about QCSD on Twitter (@QCSDnews) and Facebook (QCSD news).

Happy reading!

Back to School 2018-19
Please click here to view the Newsletter

  • A letter from the School Board President
  • QCSD hires second School Resource Officer
  • Board's unanimous vote will shift Neidig students to Tohickon Valley in 2019-20
  • New principals for Sixth Grade Center, Pfaff and Strayer
  • The Academy at Quakertown: District unveils 8-12 learning center

2018 Spring Newsletter
With community voices heard, Board supports Neidig plans, 8-0

  • In search of civility: Board to enforce public speaking policy
  • Ochmanowiz Jr. named Board VP
  • Opening on Board as Sedicum resigns
  • Harner, Board praise Peiffer, new Strayer leadership

2018 Winter Newsletter
Neidig expanding, Tohickon Valley closing

  • The Board's 9: New leadership, 4 new members
  • Finding $: 2018-19 budget woes
  • No school on MLK Day in 2019
  • QCSD achieves AP District Honor Roll status for 4th year in a row

Website by SchoolMessenger Presence. © 2021 Intrado Corporation. All rights reserved.