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Curtis Alumni from 1936

Greer Gerney

February 25, 2019

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  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

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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

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   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

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      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

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     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...

Girls bathroom finally receives renovation

Jocelin Guzman

February 15, 2019

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      Starting Mid-December, Curtis began to renovate the girls restroom on the third floor. Despite the excitement of having updated bathrooms, the inconvenience of traveling far to use the facilities takes its toll on fe...

Ms. Ebanks receives notable award

Alex Arrindell

February 15, 2019

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Twenty-five years since his passing, the Patrick F. Daly Award honors him and what he stood for. Borough President James Oddo honored two educators that hold the same values as Mr. Daly. The honorees were awarded for their ser...

Renovations provides new space for science programs

Jocelin Guzman

February 15, 2019

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If you had any classes in room B4 you may have noticed that you have been moved to the second floor, this is because B4 has been converted to a marine science and robotics team room. All the desks bolted to the floor have been dis...

Winter Arts Festival

Matthew Fanizzi

February 15, 2019

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The Winter Arts Festival went very well this year. With many parents, teachers and faculty in attendance to see what the students have been working hard on for the fall semester. The music students put on many outstanding performances ...

Blood Drive is a huge success

Zoe Ploog

January 4, 2019

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Donating blood is a charitable act. When people are in severe accidents, have certain disease or lose a tremendous amount of blood it is necessary for a patient to have a blood transfusion. Giving blood is a great gift that man...

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