Another Milestone

We’ve made it to yet another significant milestone, our February break, still without incident. We’ve been fortunate during these unpredictable days of the pandemic. I’m pleased with our students’ optimistic approach to this less-than-ideal situation. Anxiety exists, but there is always encouragement when needed. I hope everyone enjoys their holiday. Stay safe!

Chinese New Year, February Break, and Parent/Teacher Conferences

Our live calendar can be found on our website at http://www.qsi.org/papa/. Click on the calendar icon at the top. Upcoming events are listed there, just as they are in this newsletter. As the title of this post shows, we will be celebrating Chinese New Year on Friday, February 12, which also marks our 100th day … More Chinese New Year, February Break, and Parent/Teacher Conferences

Why We Care About Violence In Video Games And Shows

Dr. Delaney Ruston – “Desensitization is really useful in certain circumstances. But in the general population, it’s actually a really bad thing to be desensitized because it makes you undervalue other people’s pain.”—Douglas Gentille, PhD I’ve been thinking a lot about violence and video games and the shows that kids are watching these days. What … More Why We Care About Violence In Video Games And Shows

It’s good to be back!

We’ve had a good week back on campus, at least with the elementary and middle school students. We’re hopeful the secondary students will be able to return soon. While this time of year seems like the beginning, filled with hope for the new year, it can also be challenging for some students due to the … More It’s good to be back!