Who is Q?
This website is a fun family project used to share Quade's personal quest to make a positive difference in his community and the world.
All linked media is proctored and managed by supervising adults.
Andres Amador creates impermanent work using organic materials in nature. Photos and videos are all that remain of his large scale landscapes.
Kid Reporter Quade Kelley goes into the field to assist in the creation of his piece entitled "Windows" in San Diego, CA.
Published April 27, 2022
An interactive exhibition examines the life and artwork of 19th century Dutch painter, Vincent Van Gogh. Kid reporter Quade Kelley attended the exhibit to see how visitors are using the creative space in California.
Published April 14, 2022
Quade Kelley interviews Holocaust Survivor, Rose Schindler. She tells her story about surviving Auschwitz and shares her message of hope for Scholastic Kids Press.
Published January 20, 2022
During a visit to Arizona fro Native American Heritage Month, our Kid Reporter learns about Indigenous people and their history.
Published December 8 , 2021
The endangered—and stinky—flowers are drawing global attention to the San Diego Botanic Garden.
Published November 19, 2021
To help kids understand Veterans Day, Kid Reporter Quade Kelley, puts the spotlight on the Centennial of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Interview with creators of Childrens book 21 Steps, Jeff Gottesfeld and Matt Tavares who were awarded the United Through Reading: 2021 Audrey Geisel award for Friend of Military Children Award.
Published November 10, 2021
Kid Reporter Quade Kelley talks with two of the athletes who will be competing in Tokyo.
Published July 22 ,2021
After the Covid-19 Curveball, community sports make a comeback. Local So. Cal baseball families 'play ball' juts in time for Summer and the Little League World Series.
Published July 8, 2021
Kid Reporter Quade Kelley explores programs that inspire kids to read all summer long.
Published June 28,2021
Kid Reporter Quade Kelley covers the 29th Annual Future City Competition.
"Living on the Moon" was the theme of the 2021 competition that had middle school students creating future cities that could sustain life on the Moon.
Published April 30,2021
How old were you when you got your first job? In this Zevely Zone, I went to Encinitas to meet a 6th grade reporter. It almost felt like looking in a mirror as I sat down with 11-year-old Quade Kelley.
Published March 1, 2021
CBS8 News Feature Reporter, Jeff Zevely
Photojournalist, Scott Hall
Official video news story for Scholastic Kids Press.
Quade visited the San Diego Zoo Safari Park to learn about the recovery of endangered Gorilla troop members that were diagnosed with COVID-19 in January 2021. The experience successfully treating the endangered animals is now being shared at more than 200 zoos worldwide.
Video courtesy of San Diego Zoo Safari Park for publication with Scholastic Kids Press
Published nationally February 23, 2021
Official video news story for Scholastic Kids Press. Quade interviews former NASA Astronaut Catherine "Cody" Coleman about the NASA's Crew-1. Q attends the "Live from Space with Victor Glover" event hosted by the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum for an interview aboard the International Space Station. The crew-for-all is an international celebration of collaboration and diversity.
Video Courtesy of Cody Coleman and NASA.
Published nationally January 25, 2021
Quade Interviews former NASA Astronaut Catherine "Cody" Coleman about micro gravity.
Video Courtesy of Cody Coleman and NASA.
Quade provides book and history reviews on Instagram at @whoisquade. This is his December 2020 Global History Review.
Academy Award Actor, Richard Dreyfuss, read about Quade in local San Diego Newspaper (The Encinitas Advocate.)
Mr. Dreyfuss is a fan of history and American Civics and wanted to encourage Quade on his learning journey, so he sent this message to Quade using the Cameo app in the summer of 2020.
Theoretical physics by the who was crew at home during Covid 2020. Surprise Who Was? History Bee Finals Announcement.
Its is our family interpretation of how the worlds past change makers would use their unique gifts in the modern world.
Q believes that Charlie Chaplin would have used ingenuity, music and film to entertain people during the 2020 global pandemic.
While there is nothing funny about the devastation of the COVID virus, we see the goodness in the world and in the heroic efforts of first responders.
Proper, effective hand hand washing is important and can be fun.