QCSD Health And Safety Plan Draft

To satisfy mandates from both the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Pennsylvania Department of Education, school districts must submit a Health And Safety Plan draft for the 2021-22 school year by July 31st.

School Boards must then approve and submit the plan to PDE no later than September 1st. Quakertown’s Health & Safety Plan will be up for consideration at the August 12th School Board meeting.

Click here to read QCSD's Health And Safety Plan Draft.

Q Flex online learning option - Registration deadline July 30th

Q Flex is a full-time online learning option for students in the Quakertown Community School District.

The curriculum and instruction is provided by various curriculum and online learning vendors. While instruction occurs online and is monitored by online teachers, students enrolled in Q Flex remain as students of the Quakertown Community School District and maintain the opportunity to take advantage of those supports and other local opportunities.

For more information:

Click here for the Q Flex website.

Click here for the Q Flex handbook.

Click here to register.

ESSER Funding

Approximately $4.5 million of funding through the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) federal grant program has been allocated to the Quakertown Community School District.

School districts are required to meet several specifications to receive this funding. The first is that they follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance with their Health And Safety Plan. Another is to receive public input and feedback from stakeholders.

The essence of QCSD's ESSER Funding Plan is focused on the myriad of academic, social-emotional, and mental health issues that resulted from the COVID-19 Pandemic. The federal dollars are one-time money and must be targeted at those needs.

Please take the time to review the Plan here and provide your feedback to Superintendent Dr. Bill Harner and the School Board at board@qcsd.org.


For two consecutive years, during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Quakertown Community School Board has not raised property taxes. 

When Directors approved the 2021-22 final budget on June 10th, the $118.9 million financial plan maintained the millage rate of 168.83. The budget includes the use of $1.2 million from the reserve fund.

Click here for a copy of the 2021-22 budget.

Student summer reading

Reading over the summer is one way for students to engage in self-care as well as continue to grow as learners. We hope that you have an opportunity to access the summer reading and learning resources found at this link.

Special Section: Commencement 2021

COVID-19 Directory

The Quakertown Community School District has compiled much information related to COVID-19. To help our school community deal with this pandemic we have dedicated a section of this website for both educational purposes and transparency as it has impacted the district.

Please click here for these resources.

Panther in Q with Title IX writing above Q

 On May 6, 2020, the U.S. Department of Education amended the regulations implementing the Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972. To ensure that no student, employee or third party participating in or attempting to participate in an education activity or program is discriminated against based on sex, the Quakertown Community School District has updated its Title IX procedures. Click here for information.

Employment Opportunities

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 Click here to refer a student to a Student Assistance Program counselor.

Click here to read about QCSD's SAP program.


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