Camp Quarry's first session is in full force and the "Awesome Animal Planet" theme has been very popular with the children. Students enjoyed a parrot/cockatoo show featured in the Guinness Book of World Records of 2013. They had a lot of fun interacting with and learning about these intelligent and exotic birds!
The Chilean Consul Rolando Ortega invited our students in honor of the Spanish Club's recent fundraising efforts which raised $1360 to help with Chile's earthquake relief efforts. Seniors Sophie Hoogendijk and Pablo Ampuero and sophomore Carolina Ampuero visited with the Consul of Chile in San Francisco accompanied by Profe Salamanca, Mrs. Hoogendijk and Mrs. Ampuero.
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QLS talent was out in full force during the annual Art Stroll last Friday. This year's Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) Art Stroll included, in addition to the stunning art galleries from grades 6-12 and live performances, many games and crafts available, such as the chalk art, face painting and a raffle.
A huge shout out to junior Andrew Morgan, who recently tied for second place in the First "House App Challenge." Andrew wowed the judges with his "Universe Safari" app, a game featuring education, fun and budgeting.
Congratulations to Cougar Aayush Sahgal for winning first place at the Butterfly Silicon Valley Open this weekend, for the U1300 rated event. A table tennis prodigy, Aayush also won bronze at the U.S. Nationals Table Tennis Tournament last December.