Activities and Events

Stay Informed: School Activities & Events

Curious about the school and student events and activities happening at TQS throughout the school year?  We've compiled all of the TQS happenings for the upcoming school year in one easy location.  Use the Filter option to help find a specific event.

We Need Your Help

We are seeking family volunteers for the following events.

  • Harvest Feast - November 17, 2023
  • Book Fair - March 6-8, 2024
  • Art Show - March 19, 2024
  • School Play (hair and make-up, night of the productions) - April 17-18, 2024

Please note that all volunteers must complete and submit the following clearances prior to being able to volunteer.

  1. Report of criminal history from the PA State Police
  2. Child Abuse History  certification from the Department of Human Services
  3. Fingerprint based federal criminal history (FBI) submitted through the PA State Police or its authorized agent (this clearance is NOT required if the volunteer has been a resident of Pennsylvania for the entirety of the previous 10 years).

There is a small, nominal fee associated with the FBI background check which the volunteer is responsible for; TQS can not pay or reimburse a volunteer for any costs related to the processing of clearances. If you are interested in volunteering or have questions about the clearances, please contact Ashley Johnson, Assistant Business Manager (

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Upcoming Events

Upper School families are invited to a Lunch and Learn focused on College Planning for Students with Complex Challenges beginning at 12:00 p.m.  Laura Sibbald, Executive Director of Neurodiversity Initiatives from Chestnut Hill College and Kristen Tabun, Director of Transition from TQS will review with families how to know if their student is ready for college, what to do now to support a transition, and how to successfully navigate the many changes students will face in college.

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