Queen Palmer Elementary School



  • Inspire Online Dear QP families,

    When there is inclement weather this school year, there will be no snow days in District 11. Teachers and students will continue their learning in Schoology. The language you will see from District 11 is INSPIRE ONLINE DAY.

    With gratitude,  Mrs. Butcher

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  • Economic Relief

    The United Way has a COVID-19 Economic Relief Fund set up for families in which they will help with bills, rent, and food. Families in our area should call 211 and specifically ask about the fund.

    Many of the food pantries have closed; Care and Share have a list of those that are open according to zip codes.

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  • School Hours

    Free Early Birds tutoring– 8:00am

    Gate opens– 8:30 am

    Free Breakfast in the classroom– 8:40am

    Dismissal– 3:15pm

    3:15-4:30– FREE after school tutoring starting Sept. 29, and clubs to be announced soon.

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Our School

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    Queen Palmer Elementary School

School News

  • Did You Know?

    We are thankful to our D11 families for their continued dedication to our schools and district. Although the start of this school year has been challenging, we are grateful for the collaborative spirit that has been evident in our students’ remote learning. We continue to encourage all families to keep the lines of communication open with your child’s teachers and school. Together we will continue to Inspire Every Mind, despite the circumstances of the pandemic.

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  • Return to Learn

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  • D11 Insights

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District News

  • Parent/Guardian/Teacher Conferences

    It’s hard to believe we are more than halfway through the first quarter of the school year! Despite the challenges of the pandemic, it’s still vital for families to connect with their child’s teacher(s). Parent/Guardian/Teacher conferences will soon be taking place, and although they may be virtual or different than in the past, there are still some things that never change. For starters, be prepared with the questions you have for your child’s teacher(s). Second, be open and honest and share your child’s strengths and weaknesses, letting the teacher know how best to work with your student. Third, keep the lines of communication open and let your child’s teacher(s) know the best way to reach you. Ask the best way to contact them should you have questions or concerns that arise.

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  • D11 Insights: Special Edition October 2020

    Superintendent's Update: COVID & Inclement Weather Plans.

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