On Friday, September 17th, 2021, Superintendent Mark Decker, after consulting with the QTS School Board Chair Shelly Black, made the call to cancel the school day due to campus power outages. As we know, here in the remote Pacific North West area, power outages are something we experience and can last for many hours before being resolved.
At this time, the power is back on at the school and the network services are functioning. The weather remains stormy so there is the chance this could change, but for now things are stable.
The school will remain closed for the day and so Staff and Students will not be onsite.
We look forward to welcoming everyone back on Monday. Please have a safe and happy weekend.
March 22, 2021 QTS Reopens in a Hybrid Model with Monday, Wednesday, Friday in person learning or online. Tuesday and Thursday are 100% remote. Using Rapidscan we had no high temperatures for any students, staff or visitors. Two children sent home, one for an upset stomach and the other for a family emergency.
Today, Friday, March 19, 2021 all QTS staff were sent home at 8:45 am due to the threat of potential tornados in the area. The Quileute Nation sent employees home and QTS School followed the same line of action. All QTS students, parents, and staff received a text, email and phone call from our SWIFTK12 autodialer. Quileute Nation Chief of Police and Incident Commander Michael Foster, QTS Superintendent Mark Decker and QTS School Board Chair Shelly Black corresponded on the decision.
LINK to Reopening Plan
QTS announced on March 3, 2021 that students would return in a hybrid model to in person learning beginning Monday, March 22, 2021. Students will have the option (hybrid) to continue to learn from home OR attend classes in person on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 am – 2pm. Tuesdays and Thursdays all students will be in remote learning. This model will be in existence from March 22, 2021 through the end of the school year.