Advisory Notes: February 11, 2020
(All Students) Attention writers and actors from the 10th grade and above! The Moth Storytelling series is hosting a free, 8-week storytelling class on Saturdays called "All-City." It's a great opportunity to work on personal writing, performing, and collaboration. It goes from Saturday March 28th to May 23rd with a performance on Saturday May 16th. For more information, talk to Gabe in the Learning Commons. (All Students) Want to become a Peer Tutor?
If you would still like to be a Peer Tutor, there is another opportunity to sign up! Today, Wednesday, February 12th at 3:45 in the library. If you would like to tutor Spanish, please get approval from a member of the faculty. If you already signed up to be a peer tutor, you do not have to attend this meeting. If you can't attend and haven't signed up to be a peer tutor, please see Gabe in the library as soon as possible!
(All Students) Any student interested in registering for this year’s NYSSMA Solo and Ensemble Festival should pick up a registration form in room 636 as soon as possible. NYSSMA is the New York Schools of Music Association, and holds an annual festival in which students perform for adjudicators and receive a score with written feedback based on their performance. The deadline for all registration forms is Friday February 14th. Please see the music department with any questions you may have.
(All students) PSAL Outdoor Track Tryouts!!!
Boys and Girls Varsity tryouts will begin on Monday, February 24 at 4:00 P.M. (tryouts days February 24, 25, 26 and 27)
Meeting place is at McCarren Park Track
In order to tryout all athletes must have:
1) Signed Parental Consent form
2) Physical Form filled out and STAMPED by your doctor
Any questions regarding Boys and Girls Varsity Outdoor Track
please see Coach Leizman or Coach Winston.
PE Department Office, Room 708
or see Coach John Golis, PSAL QHSC Athletic Director, at 5th Floor, Gym Office
(All students) Hi everyone!
Last year, we organized Tech Fest 2019, a tech conference at Bard on a weekend in April with:
- panelists from leading tech companies
- workshops from people working at start-ups, museums, colleges, and corporations
- internship and summer program opportunities
- free gift bags full of tech gadgets
- free food!!
It was super successful in bringing the whole Queens High School Complex community together to celebrate tech and learn skills from coding to 3D printing robots to website design, get college advice, and network with professionals over ice cream.
We are currently planning Tech Fest 2020 and invite you to join us, no matter your computer science experience. We meet most Wednesdays from 3:45 in rm. 616. Drop by this Wednesday for our first, big meeting open to the whole student body from the 3 schools! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you can join us!
Tech Fest Planning Committee & the Girls Who Code Club