COVID UPDATE: As of October 20, 2021, our Covid numbers continue to decline. Today we have 0 students positive and 0 staff members positive with Covid. This could not have happened without you…. parents and community.
Students at QUE are studying shape as an element of art. Art teacher LaToya Madison says learning how to spot the shapes in everyday objects around them inspired the fall drawings and pumpkin shading projects. 3rd grade classes used two or more colors when blending with colored pencils. 4th and 5th grade classes used different techniques of shading pumpkins.
Panther Reads volunteers read to QLE and QUE classes last Friday. The program began in 2019 and features QHS students and athletes reading to elementary students in the district. This encourages reading and encourages older students to mentor younger students. Student administrators Jalen Nixon and Patti Watson organize and supervise Panther Reads volunteers. Books are chosen by QUE librarian Mrs. White.
Quitman Panthers played hard but fell to Mendenhall 21-6 in their second district game Friday. Panthers will face off against Newton County at Newton County this Friday.
The Big Blue Crew took the field in competition Saturday, October 9, at Neshoba Central High School. Band director Mr. Sorto said, “this is the state test for band.” The band received the highest rating, All Superior, in every category; drum major, band, percussion, and color guard. Congratulations Big Blue Crew!