Queen City High School is thrilled to announce that Chauncett Miles has been selected as a Terry Scholar at the University of Texas at Arlington. The Terry Foundation Scholarship will provide full tuition and beyond at an estimated value of $120,000. Only 30 freshmen students who will be attending UTA in the fall were selected as Terry Scholars. We are extremely proud of Chauncett for being selected for this award based on academic achievement and demonstrated leadership. Congratulations Chauncett!
Congratulations to Sadie Dodd and Laekin Campbell on their success at the Cass County Cattleman’s Association Cattle Show this morning! Sadie won 2nd in her class and earned the 3rd spot in the steer sale order. Laekin was the Grand Champion with her British Bull and the Overall Bull Grand Champion! She also won her class with her Registered Polled Hereford heifer and earned the Grand Champion spot in that competition as well. Great job, Ladies! The sale starts tonight at 6:30 at the Cass County Expo.
Lane Endsley was recently promoted to Coach for a day at JKH for being the top earner in this year's KIDS HEART CHALLENGE. Lane raised $669 for the American Heart Association and during his stint as Coach Endsley chose for his class to play gaga ball. Great job, Bulldog!
SCHEDULE CHANGES The Lady Bulldog Softball game will be played at 6PM in Redwater tonight. The Varsity Bulldog Baseball game will be played on Saturday at 7PM in Queen City.
The MUMS Symphonic band traveled to Pleasant Grove last week to perform at the Region IV UIL Concert and Sight-reading Evaluation. They were awarded unanimous, "superior" ratings, earning them the coveted UIL Sweepstakes award. Great job, Bulldogs!
These One Act Play kids just showed out at Bi-District! Great job, Bulldogs! Results should be posted later tonight.
The Lady Bulldog Softball team showed up to cheer on their friends at the Regional Powerlifting Meet! LET'S GO!!!
It's a beautiful day for a track meet! Let's Go QC!!!
QCISD's Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity Plan has been posted on the district website and can be accessed at https://5il.co/1ptun. Please take a few minutes to watch Mr. Dover's video at https://youtu.be/wLiUxKLCM3Q explaining the importance of the plan and complete a one-question survey at https://forms.gle/x6iud14GuLuDAaWdA. Your input and commitment to the students of our district is valued and appreciated.
Congratulations to the QCHS Band for receiving ALL 1s today at their contest in Pleasant Grove!
READ ACROSS AMERICA is happening this week at JKH!!!
Thank you to all the parents and community members who supported our students in this year's KIDS HEART CHALLENGE!
It's almost time for the Spring Book Fair!
The QCHS Floriculture team traveled to Daingerfield over Winter Break to compete in an invitational contest where they placed 5th overall. Payton Boone was the 4th high point individual out of 41 contestants! Great job, Ladies!
The QCHS Trailer Team brought home another BLUE RIBBON over Winter Break! The San Antonio Ag Mech Show had 797 projects, 272 schools, and 1,675 exhibitors. Great job, Bulldogs! Brett Stringer Mason Stringer Lathan Chamblee Kaden Satterfield Kolt Strickland
Congratulations to QCHS junior Micah Whittington for placing 5th in his Lewis Class at the San Antonio Jr. Shootout. Micah won a belt buckle, a gun case, a $100 gift card, and 5 flats of ammunition. Great job, Bulldog!
MUMS students used the Super Bowl to practice prediction last week in the library. Mrs. Childress' class was awarded valentine's candy for their winning prediction, and Lucas McCasland won a Sonic gift card for his! Great job, Bulldogs!
MUMS Bulldog Leaders of the Week: 7th Grade - Peyton Granado, 8th Grade - Emerson Wilbanks, 6th Grade -Gracelyn Powell, 5th Grade - Aiden Treadway
The QCHS UIL teams traveled to Hallsville, TX on Saturday, Feb 11th. Students competed in General Math, Number Sense, Calculator, Computer Science, Science, Spelling, Current Events, and Literary Criticism. Anthony Castleberry placed 2nd 🥈 in Spelling. Brayden Attaway placed 5th in Spelling. The team of two also placed 2nd as a team in Spelling. Harley Smith, Ian Taylor, Xavior Allison, and Kanyon Compton competed in computer science and placed 3rd as a team. Great job, Bulldogs
On Saturday, February 11, 2023, the MUMS Math & Science Teams traveled to Pine Tree Jr. High for a TMSCA Meet. MUMS was the OVERALL 1ST PLACE TEAM at the meet. Sixteen medals were won by students placing in the top 5 of their events. Number Sense - 1st place team General Math - 1st place team Science - 1st place team Calculator - 4th place team 6th Grade TJ Rose - 1st place number sense, 1st place general math, and 1st place science Max Ross - 2nd place number sense, 3rd place general math Braxton Jones - 4th place number sense TJ Easley - 9th place number sense Zaryah Jackson - 9th place calculator, 8th science 7th Grade Jayden Nevins - 1st place number sense, 1st place general math Landry Blythe - 2nd place number sense, 5th general math Sara Jones - 3rd place number sense Gerald Malina - 1st place science 8th Grade Abigail Bickham - 1st place number sense, 2nd place general math Gabbie Mendoza - 3rd place number sense, 3rd place general math Ariana Robison - 6th place calculator