Contact Us

 TEACH QUEST website Contact Us Form has been  inundated by Cyrillic Script messages. As such, generic Contact Us Form has been removed. 

Due to Cyrillic Script messages,
TEACH QUEST staffers do not respond to a Contact Us Form. Instead, please contact the TEACH QUEST office directly through email @ dquinta@att.net or drq@checkteachercert.com. Or, you could email the Application doc, below, as a PDF file with a password. 

T.E.A.C.H. is an acronym?: Yes!!
TEACH is an acronym for Training via e-learning: An Alternative Certification Hybrid.

District Code, 227-701

Phone:
512-928-8423, LL
512-217-5771, Cell

Mailing Address:
TEACH, P. O. Box 141473
Austin, TX 78714

Meetings Address:
Twin Towers, 1106 Clayton LN
Austin, TX 78723

Application Packet:
e-mail Application doc, below, to Dr. Q requesting other Application Packet docs.

NOTE: When leaving a phone #, please recite your phone# twice. 

NOTE: yahoo.com addresses, when requesting an application packet, you must also add dquinta@att.net to your email list. Otherwise, TEACH emails are viewed as “spam” and sent to your spam box.

Suggestion:
Please send Application doc, below, via email as attachment, only if in PDF with password. Too risky for fraud without PDF password! In particular, do not email transcripts unless in PDF with password attached, separately—transcripts contain SS#!!

If living in Texas, we prefer you post all application docs required  to P. O. Box 141473, Austin, TX 78714! Or, send Application doc, below, via PDF with password.

If living out of Texas, place all application docs in Dropbox. Send Dropbox access info request to Dr. Q at drq@checkteachercert.com

We offer the Application doc, below; however, the application doc is ONLY one item of the Application Packet/Process.  Download Application, below, to your desktop, complete, save, convert to PDF, apply a password, and email directly to Dr. Q at either drq@checkteachercert.com or dquinta@att.net. Dr. Q will respond with other Application Packet emails.

TEACH Application Doc