Congratulations to the FQMS GT Programming Seminar members who won first place at this year's QuHacks Coding Hackathon for their game "Ducky Splash". Students Gideon E., Pranav B., and Sidh P. won the Advanced Division and will be recognized by the Howard County Executive at the Third Annual STEM awards event on June 13 at Howard Community College!
Congratulations to our Concert Band, Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble students for their wonderful Spring concert performances at Glenelg High School! Kudos to our students for their outstanding accomplishments!
We are so proud of you!
8th Grade Upcoming Events (A packet with all information for the June events was sent home with students on May 24):
The survey allows families to provide input about their equity priorities at our school. Please use the links below to complete the HCPSS Indicators of Educational Equity Survey by May 31. We will use your input, along with other school data, to refine our school improvement plan for next year. This survey is anonymous and available in multiple languages. If you have children at more than one school, please complete one survey per school. English survey; Spanish survey; Chinese survey; Chin survey; Korean survey. Thank you for your support.
Parents/Guardians: If your student is returning to Folly Quarter next year, there is no need to register them for the 23-24 school year. If you are moving and your student will be transferring to another school, please contact Ms. Knight at 410-313-1514 or email, email@example.com
“Be strong enough to stand alone, smart enough to know when you need help, and brave enough to ask for it.” Ziad Abdelnour.
Mental Health Awareness Month has been observed in May since 1949 to raise awareness about mental health across the country. Folly Quarter Middle School and the rest of the country are participating to help fight stigma and educate our youth and families for the month of May. This year, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is having the More Than Enough Campaign as an opportunity to come together and remember the inherent value we each hold, regardless of our diagnosis, appearance, socioeconomic status, background, or ability. #morethanenough. Important Mental Health Resources
Congratulations to the FQMS GT Programming Seminar members who won first place at this year's QuHacks Coding Hackathon for their game "Ducky Splash". Students Gideon E., Pranav B., and Sidh P. won the Advanced Division. Play their award winning game: ky-splash.pygrammer5.repl.co.
Students, be sure to join the FQMS Programming Seminar next year or any of the FQMS GT Instructional Seminars. These seminars are open to all students. For more information be sure to visit https://sites.google.com/hcpss.org/fqmsgt/home
Parents and Students:
There are 424 books checked out from our Media Center (266 of these books are currently overdue). That's a lot of books to collect in 2 weeks! Please help by encouraging your student to return books as soon as possible, especially overdue books.
Can't find them? Have students look in lockers, classrooms, under the bed, under the car seats, between the couch cushions, etc!
Thanks so much for your help!
FQMS Media Center
Calling all dancers! Are you looking for a way to improve your flexibility, technique, and ability to learn and retain choreography all while making new friends and having a blast!!! If so, this summer dance camp will be perfect for you! Camp will be hosted by RHHS Dance Director, Sallie Byrd. Follow this link for more information and to register!!
GHS will hold their incoming Freshman Athletic Information Night on June 5. For information please read the attached flier .