QSD is thankful for…

Quitman School District is thankful for students, parents, teachers, administration, support staff, janitors, bus drivers, lunch ladies, school nurses, and our wonderful community! Thank you for all you do every day!


Varsity basketball November 23 game times have changed to JV Girls 2:00 p.m., Varsity Girls 3:00 p.m., & Varsity Boys 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, November 27, 2021 The Lady Panthers travel to Heidelberg to play in the Ted Williams Shootout. Lady Panthers will play Minor-Alabama at 12:00 p.m. The Panthers game against Laurel at 1:30p.m. has been cancelled due to the opposing team withdrawal. Tickets can be purchased through GoFan only and masks are mandatory. Click here to get your tickets.

student council

The QHS Student Council delivered treats and heart-felt notes of appreciation to high school teachers this week. QHS teachers were delighted to get a token of their esteem in the form of drinks, snacks, and notes of gratitude. (Pictures by Mrs. Moore)

Panther gym was packed Thursday night as both teams cleaned up the gym floor with the Heidelberg Oilers. Quitman Panther boys basketball won 83-58, and the Lady Panthers won 71-45. The Panthers will play Meridian Wildcats at 6:00 p.m. in the Panther gym Friday, November 19. Come out and support the Panthers!


In a cold and windy game Thursday, Lady Panther soccer team won their third straight home game against Morton. Panther boys soccer lost 8-1. (Photos by QHS student TJ Lucas)

community book read

It’s time for our yearly Community Book Read, and we want your involvement! Our book this year is Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn by John C. Maxwell, and our theme is ‘Embrace the Process.’

Soon each school will host kickoff events, activities, and book reading. QSD is selling t-shirts that will be distributed along with the books the week of November 29th. (click here to get an order form) Yard signs and banners will be given out to the parents, community and local businesses. Community book read kick off dates are December 6-10.


As of November 9, 2021, masks will be recommended but not required per Quitman School District School Board. As long as positive covid cases remain less than 5% of the total student enrollment and district employment, masks will be optional and highly recommended. If covid cases increase to 5% or above, masks will immediately be mandated for at least 14 calendar days for QSD. The numbers and cases will be monitored closely. After the 14 day period AND when the percent rate drops below 5%, the mandate will be removed and mask usage will then return to optional. This is subject to change at any time based on data.

As of November 1, 2021, our Covid numbers continue to decline. We have 0 students positive and 0 staff members positive with Covid. Thank you for taking Covid seriously.  Please continue to encourage your children to wash their hands regularly, wear a mask, and social distance. Thank you for your support for our students, teachers, and staff!

There was beautiful music in the QHS auditorium recently when the QHS Chorus and Mr. Daniels presented their fall concert. A variety of music such as “Alleluia for Our Time,” “Elijah Rock,” and Highlights from the musical “Hamilton” delighted the audience. Make plans to come to the next concert on December 14, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. and enjoy Christmas music from the QHS and QJH Chorus.

It’s Fall Y’all! QLE celebrated Fall fest recently. Prek-2nd grade wore costumes and enjoyed fall activities, bounce houses, and games. (Photos by TJ Lucas & William Patrick)

Students at QUE are studying shape as an element of art. Art teacher LaToya Madison says learning how to spot the shapes in everyday objects around them inspired the fall drawings and pumpkin shading projects. 3rd grade classes used two or more colors when blending with colored pencils. 4th and 5th grade classes used different techniques of shading pumpkins.

Be on the lookout for hand-painted rocks with kind messages around Quitman! SWAT has been inspiring kindness since 2017 with the Kindness Rocks Project. This nationwide community service project spreads the message of kindness. If you find a kindness rock, you may move the rock to another location. If the rock touches your heart with its written message, you may keep it.  Join the Kindness Rocks Project by painting and hiding your own rock. SWAT students hope you have fun finding the rocks and spreading kindness in Quitman!

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