Celebrating at QHS

Do you ever feel like there is too much good for the internet? That there is just not enough internet for all the good there is? If so, you understand what it felt like yesterday in Panther Gym.

Students pose for the camera during Celebration Day at Quitman High School.QHS teachers in Panther Gym on Celebration Day.
QHS senior delivers a pie in the face of his basketball coach and mentor.

QHS senior is preparing to a deliver a pie in the face of a QHS teacher.QHS senior delivers a pie in the face of her basketball coach and mentor.

A QHS senior delivers a pie in the face of a freshman.

A QHS junior's face covered in pie.A QHS senior puts pie in the face of a sophomore.

The photos here do not even begin to tell the story of a gym filled with students and teachers who genuinely care for each other and who are continually striving to be the best they can be.QHS students participate in a free throw contest.

QHS teachers compete in a volleyball game against seniors.QHS classes compete in a game of Simon Says.

If only there was more internet you could truly see the forward motion of a school headed to a greatness rarely seen. These photos would include every student, teacher, administrator, board member, and parent who worked so hard to make Quitman High School what it is.QHS students and faculty dance together.

QSD School Board president prepares hamburgers and hot dogs for students during Celebration Day.QHS students compete in a basketball game.

Since there is not enough internet we will just go ahead and say that yesterday Quitman High School had a day of celebration in honor of the stakeholders who took a school from a “D” rating to a “B,” increasing by 193 points. It was a way to say thank you to students and teachers who showed up to their school and made sure that their school showed out.QHS teachers enjoy Celebration Day.

QHS students and teachers enjoy Celebration Day.QHS teachers participate in a free throw contest.

QHS students and faculty dance together.
Dr. Savage says, “90 more.”
And we just hope there’s more internet next year.