SENIOR CLASS NEWS
12th Grade Parent Meetings
Wednesday, June 2nd
6:00 pm Via Zoom
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+1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 898 5919 8836
Student Council Message...
Congratulations, Seniors! We've made it our Senior year and are on our way to successful futures. As you celebrate your college acceptances and commitments, we are putting together a video to congratulate one another virtually since we could not do so in person this year. To participate, you will need to submit a picture of yourself in your college/university's merchandise OR a picture with you and your college/university's logo in the background. Check out the form below for more details and to submit your pictures. (Please note, form can only be accessed from students queensmetro email account.)
**FORM IS CLOSING ON FRIDAY, JUNE 4TH, 2021!!!!!**
Virtual Graduation Ceremony
Wednesday, June 16th
To prepare for this event, all of our seniors have received an invitation from StageClip Events to begin the process of submitting their profile and adding their Virtual Graduation content on to the StageClip site.
All submissions will be viewed by an administrator to ensure that the content is appropriate and then approved.
Unapproved submissions will be returned to fix, add or change the submission.
All photos and videos should be Graduation themed and we prefer that you submit videos and pics with your Cap and Gowns on.
Any student who has not yet picked up their cap & Gown should do so immediately. Please contact Mr. Bausch to arrange a time. Cap & Gown are still available for purchase.
Community Service Hours - The deadline to submit community service hours to be added to your transcript is Friday June 11th by 3 pm. This is a hard deadline. There will not be exceptions. Please submit all community service hour logs to Ms,. Sperandio, NOT Mr. Bausch. Make sure all service logs include the year and semester you earned the hours, as well as signatures.
Students must complete a FAFSA, Free Application for Federal Student Aid, application to apply for federal grants, loans, and work-study funds to help finance their college education. It is administered by the U.S. Department of Education, which provides more than $150 billion in student aid in each year.
Most college scholarships also require that you complete the FAFSA to receive their merit-based scholarships. Your child’s eligibility for grants (free money) and loans ( needs to be paid back) will be based on your financial need, as determined by the information you provide on your FAFSA.
For more information, check out one of the How-To guides below.
Kudoboard - QMHS is excited to announce that we have provided our Class of 2021 with a Virtual Yearbook. This is provided in addition to our traditional printed yearbook, which should be ready for distribution any time now. Using Kudoboard, students, friends and family can sign your Yearbook virtually! This is an amazing and fun program that our Principal, Ms. Rodriguez-Tabone has arranged for our senior class.