UPDATED: Administrative reorganization could be beginning of changes at Quincy Catholic Elementary Schools


Quincy's four Catholic Schools are located at (clockwise) Blessed Sacrament, St. Francis Solanus, St. Dominic and St. Peter.

QUINCY — The Quincy Catholic School Education Leadership team held its meetings at the four Quincy parishes with K-8 schools to look at the future of the parochial school system.

The plan, announced at meetings at each of the four Catholic Parishes with schools over the weekend, calls for a a new administrative board overseeing all of the schools and a person who would in effect be the superintendent of the Quincy Catholic School system.

The leadership team consists of the pastors from each of the four parishes with schools (St. Peter, Blessed Sacarment, St. Dominic/St. Anthony’s and St. Francis Solanus) the elementary and Quincy Notre Dame principals, two representatives from each parish/school and representatives from the Quincy Catholic Elementary Schools Foundation, QND and the QND Foundation.

The four parishes would work together with the centralized operations, including one budget for all of the schools. Other efficiencies include centralized purchasing and payroll.

The “Quincy Catholic School Corporate Board” would consist of a representative from Bishop Thomas John Paprocki’s office and the four pastors from each school parish. There would be another board underneath that board made up of representatives from each parish and they would work toward the possible establishment of daycare for the Quincy Catholic system as well as a Quincy Catholic Middle School.

The make-up and locations of any of this have not yet been determined.

The Quincy Catholic leadership team will review the input received at this weekend’s listening sessions. If you would like to offer your input, you can send an e-mail to feedback@quincycatholicschools.org

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