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School Setting Form School setting

Parents: Please click on the link and complete this form to let us know your school setting choice by September 25, 2020. Please note that your selection will remain in effect until the end of December and no changes can be made before then.

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Town Hall Meeting September Town Hall Meeting
QCMS Virtual Learning Schedule Virtual Learning Schedule

Our new virtual learning schedule will begin on Wednesday, September 16, 2020.



Attendance Matters! Attendance

Please be reminded that although school is virtual, attendance still counts and is recorded every day. Scholars that are absent due to a doctor's appointment must provide a doctor's excuse. A handwritten excuse must be provided for any other absence. You may submit excuses to us using one of the following options:

πŸ“Œ Bring them to our main office between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Monday - Friday.

πŸ“Œ Fax them to Ms. DeShauna Benson at 662-326-3535.

πŸ“Œ Email them to Ms. Benson at

πŸ“Œ Mail them to the school at Quitman County Middle School P.O. Box 290 Marks, MS 38646 Scholars without internet connectivity must call the school every day to be marked 'present.' Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns. #LetsMakeItHappen #CobraNationForever

QCSD RFP for Professional Development Services 2020 2021

Please make plans for your scholar to come to the school for STAR testing. Dates and times are listed on the schedule. Please note that uniform tops are required, but uniform bottoms are not required. No headgear may be worn. Scholars are also required to wear a mask, and school staff will take the appropriate measures to ensure that scholars are safe and socially distanced.



Payment Reminder Payment

Friendly Reminder: If you paid a $15 deposit for your scholar's electronic device, the next payment of $15 will be due on Friday, September 4, 2020.



Google Training Google Zoom Video

If you missed tonight's Google training, don't worry! Simply click on the link for a replay of the Zoom video.

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Learning Packets: Week 2 Learning Packets

Learning packets for Week 2 will be issued on Friday, August 28th. If your scholar is a bus rider, please give the learning packets for Week 1 to the bus driver. If your scholar is a walker or car rider, please bring their packets to the school. Be sure to return them in their original envelope with your scholar's name on it.



Dress Code for Virtual Learning Dress code

Parents: School uniforms are not required for virtual learning, but we still want our scholars to look presentable when they log in each morning.

✏ No tank tops, sleeveless shirts, or shirts that are too revealing

✏ No pajamas or sleepwear

✏ No headwear: Hats/caps, bonnets, hair nets, durags or scarves All classes will begin tomorrow morning at 8:00. See you soon!



Virtual Open House Virtual open house

Welcome to Cobra Nation! Please click on the link to meet our 2020-2021 school staff via our Virtual Open House. Thanks to 7th grade teacher Mrs. YoKeyna Miller for putting this together.

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Grab & Go Meals Lunch application

Attention Parents: Grab-and-Go meals will begin on Monday, August 24th. If you would like to pick up a meal for your scholar, you must complete this form. Please note that meals at QCMS are only for scholars that attend QCMS. If your child attends another school in the district, they will have to get their meals from that school. Furthermore, only the scholar or the parent of that scholar may pick up meals.

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Important Announcements Important

✏Registration will close on Friday, August 21st!! Please register your scholar for school!

✏ Scholars cannot receive an iPad if they are not registered. The technology fee is $45 per scholar and $5 for each additional scholar. (Maximum $60). Fees are reimbursable, given the device is returned without damages.

✏ Virtual Learning will begin on Monday, August 24th at 8:00 a.m.

✏Class schedules and login information for Google classrooms were mailed to parents. If you have not received this information, please come by the school and we'll provide a copy for you.

✏ Lesson packets will go out every Friday beginning on August 21st. Bus drivers will deliver to bus riders. Packets for walkers and car riders may be picked up from the school.

✏ Breakfast and lunch will be delivered every Monday-Friday beginning on August 24th.

✏ All 7th graders MUST have an updated immunization form on file. Please bring this form to the school as soon as possible. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to us! #LetsMakeItHappen #CobraNationForever

First Day of Virtual Learning First day

School will begin virtually on Monday, August 24th at 8:00 a.m. If your scholar is a bus rider, their learning packets will be delivered on Friday, August 21st. If your scholar is a walker or car rider, you may pick up their learning packets on Friday, August 21st from 9 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.



Electronic Device Pick-up Day Ipad

Parents may pick up iPads on Wednesday, August 19th from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Please note that your scholar's technology fee must be paid before you can get their device. The fee is $45 per child and $5 for each additional child. If you have already paid the fee at another school, you MUST bring your receipt as proof of payment. Please enter through our cafeteria door, and be sure to wear a mask. #LetsMakeItHappen #CobraNationForever

Save The Dates! Save The Dates
Zoom Training
Google Classroom Tutorial Google classroom

Google Classroom will be an integral part of virtual learning this school year. A video tutorial demonstrating how to navigate Google Classroom has been prepared for you by MSPHS teacher Mr. Hamidy. Simply click on the link below and scroll to the bottom of the page where you will see the video's title highlighted in yellow. Please watch the entire video.



Virtual Learning vs Home Schooling: Know the Difference Know the Difference

PARENT ALERT: The Quitman County School District wants to make sure all parents are aware of the difference between Virtual Learning and Home Schooling. Please click on "read more" to view this article in its entirety.


2020-2021 School Calendar
Important Information About 2020 -2021 School Year Back to School

Beginning in August, school will be completely virtual until after Labor Day. Please click to read the ENTIRE post for full details about what returning to school will look like! Share!

Town Hall Meeting Town Hall

Do you have questions about the upcoming school year? Are you worried about sending your scholars back to school? Well now is the time to let your voices be heard! Download the Zoom app and tune in to this informative meeting about the upcoming school year. You will be able to ask any questions you may have and share your concerns. Please share! #ExcellenceIsQCMS #OurEducationIsFreedom #CobraNationForever

QCSD Return to School Plan
Return to School Survey

Your voice matters!  Please take 5 minutes to complete the Return to School Survey. Our goal is to make sure that we are creating the safest environment possible for student learning during this Pandemic.  Your opinion and feedback is vital in helping us make this important decision.  Thank You!

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Virtual Summer School Virtual Summer School

Quitman County School District is still offering summer school this year for grades K-12; however, due to COVID-19, summer school will be completely virtual. Classes will begin on June 15th and will end on July 10th. Registration is now open. Please click on the link below and register your scholar today!

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Why Choose Quitman County School District
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QCMS Goals and Beliefs

Goal Focused:

Every student will be performing at or above grade level in ALL subject areas.

Our Beliefs

We believe…

~ every student will be proficient in all subject areas, including life skills such as respect for themselves and others. Student growth is the key to proficiency, and in order to support this, staff members must collaborate with one another to help all students. 


~ student effort is driven by our expectations, example, and excitement. It is our job to state expectations, model positive interactions with one another, and provide a positive learning environment that offers students multiple opportunities to participate in a variety of learning experiences in which students can be successful. 


~ students’ challenges in life do not define who they will become. These challenges are simply stepping-stones to success. It is our job to create positive relationships with students and their families. Challenges will not interfere with our high expectations; expectations will be fair for all students. 


~ consistent collaboration among staff members and with students/families, is critical to student and school success. Collaboration should happen on a daily basis through formal structures, as well as informally with students at the heart of our work.


~ high expectations will be set for students, staff, and parents, with permission to fail while taking academic risks, support for persevering and showing grit, and opportunities to learn while never giving up- no matter what- No Excuses!


Our Commitment & Mission:

We are committed to providing extraordinary educational opportunities to every scholar so they become their future excellence.



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