Announcements

May 1, 2019
Today’s schedule is 6824
If you have a Q4 Red or White Renaissance card, you may leave 1-2 minutes early for lunch today
In what will be remembered as the most exciting, intense game of the season your quail valley varsity boys’ soccer team beat cedar 1-0!!~~
Captains Jaden Espinoza and Anthony Potter~were able to shut down Cedar's forwards time after time. Their combined speed and size has become one of our most valuable assets.~
Jimmy Castillo came back into the game off an injury and scored within 10 seconds on a beautiful touch proving he can play any style of play.
Sergio Ruelas and Adrian Perez were tough in the outside back positions and were able to frustrate a quick attacking~~~Cedar team many times.~
Captain Anderson Lemus and Aaron Pratt~helped the mid defensively for the entire second half when we were pounded by shots from Cedar.~
Nathan Munoz and Isaiah Flores both had incredible games from midfield and played with a sportsmanship and character that shows why they are so essential to the team.~
Travis Hernandez again owned midfield and Cedar had no answer for him except to push him in the back when he had the ball. But Travis proving what a high-level player he is was able to not only keep his head but continue to beat their attack repeatedly without drawing a card. (there were 7 total in this game)
Andrew Nelson showed how coachable he is by being able to fill any position that was open on the field today. He played up top as well as in the mid when having a sub became necessary.~
Trevor Mello played up top as a striker and had a few scoring opportunities of his own today.~
Pedro Alvarez got a taste of the middle school rivalry between Quail Valley and Cedar with front row seats to all the action.~
Our man of the match was absolutely Brandon Quezada, our keeper. Cedar had the wind at their backs second half and kept it on our side 95% of the time testing Brandon over and over again while he stayed focused and blocked everything.~
With the final amazing play of the game, Cedar lined up for a direct free kick right on the edge of the 18 that deflected off of our four-man wall into the air for Brandon to jump up and recover. It was a beautiful defensive play and Coach Autumn says that hearing those three short whistles to end the game was probably the best sound she’s ever heard.~
7th Graders - are you interested in learning Spanish next year as an 8th grader and enjoying the benefits of being bilingual? Pick up a registration form from your Language Arts teacher and turn your form in to the main office.
Don't forget, if you're trying out for ASB next year, the packets are due to the ASB office by Tuesday, May 7. You can always turn them in early!
A summer basketball camp will be held at Serrano High School June 24 – 28. For information, pick up a flyer in the main office.
Attention 8th grade students that went on a Field Trip this year with Science Class... (or, if you qualified for one with no F's, N, or U's or suspensions)...
It's time to sign up to be a STEAM Night AMBASSADOR. Please see Ms. Baldwin or Mrs. O'Leary before school, passing period, after school, or during your science period to sign up for your station.
It is going to be a blast on May 3 at STEAM Night!
The Fantastic STEAM Night at Quail Valley is coming Friday May 3 from 5:30-7:30. Bring your families to this FREE night to see a Helicopter up close, Rock Crawlers, Cal Fire, Animals, AMR Ambulance, Many Hands on activities with electricity, density, chemistry, and more! Plus, bring money for the food vendors that will be selling Tacos, hamburgers, ribs, chicken, nachos, Kona Ice, Juice it Up, and more.
The deadline for entries for the 2nd Annual Young Poet’s Showcase is May 3rd. Snowline poets and their work will be recognized at the Snowline Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday, May 28.
If you're a 7th grader whose parents could not attend the meeting last week for the East Coast trip in 2020, informational fliers are available with all 7th grade teachers. Registration takes place over the phone or online. $95 reserves your spot on the 2020 trip. If you have any questions, go see Ms. Mankins in room H6.
Intramural Basketball starts Monday May 6th after school and ends at 5. Pick up a permission slip and calendar from Mr. Conkle.
You must have the permission slip turned in to participate. NO SPORTS PHYSICAL necessary. Make sure you have your rides ready to get you at 5:00. Any questions see Mr. Conkle
All Track students--Please pay attention.
If you are staying afterschool for track practice, you are to go directly afterschool to get changed & go to the field for practice. Please do not hang around in the quad to take selfies or walk your friends out to the bus area. Go directly to the locker rooms & get changed for practice.
Names of students showing up late for practice will be given to Mr. McKenzie to determine if you will be participating in track meet events.
Hey Quail Valley! Time is running out to reserve your 2019 Yearbook at the incredible price of just $40! Our award-winning Yearbook is full color, hard-bound and stars you and your friends! Books are selling fast, so be sure to order before we sell out! Don't miss your chance to get a book full of your memories of Quail Valley! You can order your Yearbook at [ http://www.jostens.com/ www.jostens.com or right here in the Quail Valley ASB office. Get yours today!
Room H-10 will be opened for tutoring, mornings at 8:25, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays for all students.
The big Blue Recycling containers around campus are NOT trashcans. Please do not put food or trash in them. They are for water bottles or aluminum cans only (no paper trash). The money that is collected from recycling goes directly back to students to sponsor events such as field trips. Please respect the blue bins.
Did you run out of paper? Forget your pencil at home? Never fear, the Student Store is here! Come down to the ASB office to purchase basic school supplies for only $0.25 or $0.50 each.
Did you know that Quail Valley has both a Facebook and an Instagram page? Follow us @qvmscougars to stay up to date with all that is going on at Quail.
CLUBS
Academic Pentathlon – will be meeting every Friday at 7:45 am in Mr. Hayes’ room, H-3
Chess Club -- meets every Tuesday morning from 8:15-8:55 am in room H5.
Drawing Club – meets Wednesdays after school from 3:45 – 4:30 in room H-7.
QVMS ticket drawing winners
Elijah Smith
Autumn Pederson
Violet Devroom
Pete Abeyta
Fatima Chavez
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