Summer Assignments

Students can find information about summer assignments for all English classes and many of our AP classes online.

QO 2020 yearbooks are here!

If you purchased a 2020 yearbook, please come to QO's main lobby entrance for contactless pick up outside only during these dates and times: Wednesday, August 5 from 12 PM to 4 PM and Thursday, August 6 from 9 AM to 12 PM.

Pick-up during these times must follow the pick-up procedures outlined in this document.  Pick-up procedures include:

  • wearing of face masks and social distancing at all times
  • student's name, ID number, and grade level being displayed in the vehicle
  • yearbooks being placed in the trunk of the car by school personnel
  • walk-up distribution taking place at a table in front of the school
  • NO students, families, or other personnel will be allowed in the school building
  • students will not be allowed to pick-up yearbooks for other individuals

If you selected "ship to home," you should have received or will be receiving your yearbook very soon. In addition, a special supplement detailing the COVID-19 outbreak will be given to all buyers for free. However, if you selected "ship to home" and desire this free yearbook insert, please stop by QO during the previously mentioned pick up times. Another pick-up time will occur later in August for thoe who cannot attend distribution on August 5th or 6th. If you have any questions about yearbooks or wish to purchase one of our final copies (very limited supply), please contact advisor Ms. Eberhart-Bliss.

Class of 2024 - Welcome!

Class of 2024! We are so excited to meet you. Please read our welcome letter and get to know your two 9th grade administrators. Communications will continue to be shared in the upcoming weeks about our virtual New Student Orientation. Please check your emails and reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns.

Class of 2021 Senior Portraits

Senior Portraits will occur by appointment. Each rising senior will be mailed an appointment packet in early September, which includes instructions about how to set and confirm their appointment time. If you have any questions about senior portraits, please contact Ms. Eberhart-Bliss.

Senior Shirts and Senior Fees

The Class of 2021 sponsors have written a letter with all the start of year information you'll need!  Check it out for details about Senior Fee (en Español) -  don't delay in paying at the low price of $55 online!  Questions should be sent to Ms. Jones or Ms. Farrow.

Stand Together to Be the Change

We held our first session of "Stand Together to Be the Change: Session 1: Seek to Understand" this week, information shared in that presentation is available to QOHS students via the link above.

Cougars Care For Our Community

Information about the Cougars Care For Our Community can be found online in our document and more details will be coming at the beginning of next week.

Graduation Links and Information

The MCPS Virtual Graduation can be seen online, it aired originally on Sunday, June 7th at 6pm and there was a special Spanish Virtual Commencement Celebration on June 20th at 6pm that can be viewed on the MCPSTV en Español YouTube channel.  The QOHS Virtual Graduation is available on the QuinceOrchardTV YouTube page and Mr. Davis' Commencement Speech can be seen online as well.  The program for the QOHS Virtual Graduation is also available online as well as the individual slides of each graduate.  Students, families and friends can also view the Senior Awards Ceremony online on YouTube.  Congratulations to the Class of 2020!!!

Information About MCPS & Coronavirus

Indoor school facilities along with fields remain closed.  For all updates regarding the coronavirus and the impact to our schools and community please see the MCPS coronavirus website. http://montgomeryschoolsmd.org/coronavirus/.  See information in the links and documents below, a full listing of all of the items we have posted since March 16th can be found here and you can use the "Dropbox" to ask specific questions to QOHS Administration.

Signs of Suicide

The Counseling Department and the School Staff are planning to start the Signs of Suicide program with students on Thursday, March 5th, additional details about the program are available in the documents below.

Sprint 1 Million Project - Internet at Home

Do you have difficulty completing your work due to lack of internet at home? If so, you may qualify for a free device from Sprint! You must be - enrolled in an MCPS HS, not have reliable internet at home (no access, multiple students with 1 computer, dial up only), and meet income requirements. If eligible you can receive a device from Sprint with 10GB per month of free high-speed LTE data. Unlimited data is provided at 2G speeds if usage exceeds 3GB in a month. Get more information in the flyers – EnglishFrench, and Spanish

QO.U Resources

Students can access resources shared during past QO.U classes by clicking here.

Student and Parent Portal

myMCPS ScreenshotNeed to access the MCPS Parent Portal or MCPS Student Portal, need more information about this - get all the details on the myMCPS Information Page.  This page has information about setting up your account, what you can access via the portal and detailed instructions for using the portal.  To access grades and class information through the MCPS Classroroom go to https://mcpsmd.instructure.com and to access attendance and long term information go to the Student/Parent portal https://portal.mcpsmd.org/public/.  If you are having issues with your account or need your login information, please contact Mrs. Jennifer Nicholson, Media Specialist, via email to Jennifer_R_Nicholson@mcpsmd.org.  

SSL Information

Students in need of Student Service Learning hours can look for current opportunities on the bulletin board in the red hallway on the first floor and sign-up for text or email reminders from remind.com - sign-up by texting @mrstshel to 81010.  You may also look on the MCPS SSL website to view ongoing opportunities.  All opportunities with a purple graduation cap are already approved by MCPS.  If there is no graduation cap make sure you submit the Individual Student Service Learning Request form prior to serving your volunteer hours.  See Mrs. Shelhorse if you have any questions concerning SSL or need help finding opportunities. More information can be found here.