The Curtis Log

  • April 28Schools closed for the duration of the 2019-2020 school year
  • March 18PSAL Sports, after school clubs, and performing arts shows postponed due to COVID-19
  • March 13Remember to Wash Your Hands!

Where to get your Asian food fix

Carla Dadulla

February 25, 2019

Chinatown Hop Kee 21 Mott St, New York, NY 10013 Cheap; normally around $10 per person Hop Kee is known for its cheap family-style meals. They have a variety of Chinese dishes that everyone can enjoy. When dining at Hop Kee...

Juul disbanding flavors

Elizabeth Reich

February 25, 2019

     Beginning in the summer of 2018, the Food and Drug Administration has been on the coattails of e-cigarette manufacturer, Juul. The government agency began with assessing the problem, talking to the company and seizing document...

Students in art classes expand their experience

Atticus Tacopino

February 25, 2019

Curtis High School’s visual and performing arts classes have been given opportunities to go on field trips to art museums and Roundabout Theatre workshops. Visual Art teacher, Ms. Erck recently brought TOK students on a trip ...

Girls tennis player Brianna Shaw has a remarkable season

Cheyanne Richardson

February 25, 2019

    Junior Brianna Shaw had an amazing season in girls tennis. This past 2018-2019 season Shaw helped  the team to the best season they’ve ever played. This season the girls had a of 9-3 record.     Shaw has been playi...

Girls varsity basketball player Mary-Lee Mitchell scores 1,000 points

Brooke Diaz

February 25, 2019

    Curtis had another basketball player who joined the 1000 point club this year. Junior starter Mary-Lee Mitchell scored her 1000 points on December 17th, against New Dorp High School. Within 10 seconds after opening tip-of...

Curtis Alumni from 1936

Greer Gerney

February 25, 2019

  In 1936, Curtis celebrated the thirty-second year since its opening in 1904 as the first high school on Staten Island. There were upward of five hundred students graduating that year, either in January or June depending on their ...

St. George Pharmacy still remains standing

Zoe Ploog

February 25, 2019

Even though the St. George Pharmacy burned down in late June, the aftermath of the fire is ongoing, still affected the St. George community. Now, months after the fire the pharmacy is still not rebuilt and the pharmacy is in a trail...

Construction update of the bridge to the new wing

Sydney Blugh

February 25, 2019

   The new building opened for student use in 2017, but construction has not ceased. The current project being worked on is the final touches on the bridge connecting the original building to the first floor of the new buildi...

Toys for Tots

Charesia Whittaker

February 25, 2019

      This winter season, similar to what we have done in years past, Curtis has hosted a toy drive for those who may not be receiving gifts because off poor economic situations. Therefore, there is an effort to collect toy...

Hour of Code

Jackson Krajnak

February 25, 2019

     The “Hour of Code” is a introductory course to computer science for high school students. December 5th, 2018, students had the opportunity to be one of a million kids across the United States to take an hour of their d...

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