The Quincy Federation of Teachers has approved a new multi-year labor contract with the Quincy School District.
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Jason Fink to be the next principal of Rooney Elementary School, Debbie Johnson to be the district’s director of music and Marcey Wells to be the director of The Academy.
Pettit isn’t straight. He is an openly gay man. His husband, Paul Sager, was with him Wednesday night when the Quincy School Board approved his selection, along with other members of his family.
The next Quincy School District 172 superintendent talks about his vision and his path to becoming the man in charge.
Quincy Public Schools Superintendent Roy Webb released a statement Saturday evening saying District 172 would no longer enforce masking requirements for students and staff and would cease testing of unvaccinated staff.
Following an inquiry by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) and a story this summer on Muddy River News, the Quincy School Board is exploring moving the district’s Transportation Department to Flinn Stadium.
QUINCY — An eight-person committee has been formed to search for Roy Webb’s replacement as the superintendent of the Quincy School District, and the deadline for candidates to apply is Nov. 5. Sayeed Ali, president of the Quincy School Board, returns to the committee. He was part of a seven-person committee in 2015 that eventually selected […]
QUINCY — Quincy Superintendent Roy Webb sent an email to faculty and staff with the Quincy School District at noon Friday indicating his plans to retire at the end of the 2021-22 school year. “My wife and I have decided it is time to retire at the end of this school year,” he wrote. “We […]
QUINCY — Scott Douglas has been in his new position as the assistant director of transportation for Quincy Public Schools for only a few months. So when the former athletic director and longtime basketball coach was asked to describe the shortage of bus drivers in the transportation department, he dipped into his sports past. “We […]
There are times when a State’s Attorney has discretion in enforcing laws. School districts also have discretion as to who they allow into their buildings for certain reasons. Quincy and Adams County are suffering because of both of these facts. Adams County Public Health Administrator Jerrod Welch has done what he has thought is right […]