BrightBytes Survey

ATTENTION PARENTS>>>>>>Through an agreement with the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE), when the Quitman School District purchased devices through the Equity in Distance Learning Act (EDLA), a survey was required to be sent out and data collected. The EDLA program has helped us procure almost 1000 Chromebooks and 160 teacher laptops throughout the District. Federal ESSER funds also allowed QSD to purchase over 100 Promethean ActivPanels, Lenovo tablets and Swivl robots. This survey will tell MDE how the program has impacted your use of technology and how it is helping with student instruction moving forward.
Parents, we need you to take this survey.

Mark your calendars…QSD will be kicking off their annual Community Book Read soon! We encourage everyone to participate in this wonderful event for our schools and community. This event will be held at the QHS practice field.  We invite and encourage teachers, students, community members, parents, and anyone else who supports reading with a purpose to attend and participate.  Click here to accept an invite and get reminders via Facebook –

October is National Appreciation Month but QSD likes to celebrate our wonderful principals all year long! These people do so much for our schools, students, and community and we need to let them know we appreciate them each day.

The QHS Volleyball team is off to a great start this season. Keep up the great work Lady Panthers!

As of September 30, 2022, our Covid numbers are 0 student 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!

As of November 9, 2021, masks are strongly 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.