Scheduling Process for the 2022-2023 School Year 

Course Scheduling for the 2022-2023 School Year

January 3-7: Teachers complete online course recommendations 

January 10th-11th: Students will learn about 2022-2023 course offerings through a recorded lesson in Advisory classes; course information sheets are posted on the School Counseling Schoology Course.  Please look for information posted on the QMS website as well.

January 10th - 13th: QMS school counselors will host virtual question/answer sessions with 5th graders at our feeder elementary schools.

January 12th: During our extended Advisory in the afternoon (from 2:15-3:00 PM), 6th and 7th graders will review elective offerings for next year, using our curriculum fair website and asking questions through Teams meeting links with our elective teachers.  During this same timeframe, 8th graders will participate in virtual question/answer sessions with high school counselors from Freeman, Godwin and Tucker High Schools.

QMS Curriculum Fair Website:  All families are invited to review our Curriculum Fair Website to learn valuable information for selecting courses for next year and planning ahead to programs that are available in high school.  Updated information should be posted by January 12th.  We will be hosting an in-person event for Rising 6th Grade families on January 13th, from 6:00-7:00 PM.

January 17-23: Parents/students can select courses for the 2022-2023 school year in PowerSchool; Advisory teachers will work with students in learning how to select courses online during this week, with the help of school counselors.  Click here to access directions for selecting courses through PowerSchool.

January 23rd: Deadline for parents/students to select courses online

Mid-May: Students and families will be able to review course selections for the 2022-2023 school year one more time before school closes for the summer, to make sure there are no mistakes.

May 27th: Last day students can request an elective class change (requests will only be honored if space remains in the course being requested)