Quisqueya Christian School continues to move through the school year with great strides! Aside from the exceptional academic learning that is taking place, their have been many extra curricular events that have occurred…

The new QCS Basketball court is being put to impressive use as the basketball season begins. QCS will host JV & Varsity games every Friday & Saturday…with today being the first game of many!

Also, Teen Read Week, always an admirable affair; Dr. Bruce Lockerbie, an exceptional speaker came to Haiti to lead a workshop for QCS staff, parents & board members; an all day soccer tournament for 1st thru 6th graders, along with Hotdogs, desserts, slushies & other goodies for sale (such a treat here in Haiti!!)… a memorable undertaking put on by the QCS 10th grade high school students. Although hot, it was an enjoyable day for all!

In celebration of Thanksgiving, the National Honor Society at QCS is collecting non-perishable food items from each class, Pre-K through 12th.

Jamie Cartright, mezzo-soprano and music teacher at Quisqueya Christian School will be performing her recital this Saturday of well-known opera arias. Sean & I are looking forward to “dressing up & kidlessly” attending that together with Kim H. & the Heaths.

QCS students continue to join us for their community service hours to the Kenscoff Orphanage. Needs are being met, relationships are being made, aspirations are being discovered, understanding & compassion are taking place…all during a days service project…it’s inspiring & hopeful.

QCS 3rd Graders that showed up to play in the soccer tournament Reagan & Victoria ~ the only 2 girls that played on their team that day Reagan playing goalie

The QCS soccer field has new lights for night time playing:
1st night testing the new field lights They work!!

I subbed for 2nd grade last week & enjoyed the students & their energy!
QCS 2nd Grade class QCS 2nd graders modeling their "individual designer glasses"