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Crowded Corridor exasperates hall Passing

Zoe Ploog, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

Filed under News

Curtis High School just opened it’s new wing in September 2017 and it requires students to depart from the swim gym exit or from the auditorium exits and walk to the new addition.  It is far.  An average walker will take 1 minute...

What does Curtis do to accomodate its students who are less fortunate?

Kaitlynn Franks and Avery Sorenson, Staff Writers

December 20, 2017

Filed under News

In today’s world, money seems to be a prominent and deciding factor for people, from all backgrounds, ages, and socioeconomic groups. Now, more than ever, expenses have become an ever-present influence in the lives of high schoo...

Technology takes over the classroom

Brandon Dilluvio, Webmaster

December 20, 2017

Filed under News

Google Classroom is a fairly new and intuitive learning management system. For teachers, Google Classroom is a great way to distribute and view student assignments in an environmentally friendly way. Ms. Susca, an Italian teach...

Free lunch for everyone!

Manahil Jafri

December 20, 2017

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School lunch has always gotten a bad rap. The food is knocked on constantly, and of course, you have to pay for it, or at least you used to. School lunch is now free for all NYC public school students. Now, if you’re starvi...

75 Thanksgiving baskets donated

Avery Sorenson and Michael Dilluvio

December 20, 2017

Filed under News

Every year, the Curtis community comes together to package and deliver food to the families of Curtis students that are selected by lottery. Senior members of ARISTA come together and volunteer their cars and time to personally...

Missing plaques mystery solved

Aolat Salami, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

Filed under News

Curtis’ scholarship honor roll recognizes students with outstanding academic performance during their time at Curtis. In order to be on the scholarship honor roll, a student must have at least a 90 average in math, science, hist...

Curtis remembers the victims of Pearl Harbor

Atticus Tapocino, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

Filed under News

Curtis High School’s ROTC program, along with the Marine Corps League, Fleet Reserve Association, and many others gathered to commemorate the annual Pearl Harbor memorial observance in the front campus of Curtis High School. ...

Science departments acquire new 3D printers

Simon Christian, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

Filed under News

Students who take an IB Biology or Engineering class know that Curtis has acquired five new 3D printers. The school also purchased filaments of various colors including yellow, red, white, green, and blue, which are made of a...

Curtis Warriors football team reign victorious in city championships

Brandon Dilluvio, Webmaster

December 20, 2017

Filed under News, Showcase, Sports

Through the pouring rain and long train ride to Yankee Stadium, both students and faculty of Curtis high school came to show support for the football team in hopes to catch a glimpse of the Warriors second straight victory in th...

How to Survive Freshman Year

Nadia Chin, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017

Filed under Lifestyle

-Don’t be afraid to socialize, talk to your new classmates or even someone in your lunch period. - DO NOT PROCRASTINATE, homework does matter and will affect your grades. - Always respect your peers and most importantly yo...

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