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Students remember Parkland school shooting victims

Sydney Blugh

April 10, 2018

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Due to the recent shooting at Parkland High School in Florida, its student body has finally decided to do something about gun control. In many cases school shootings are publicized for a week or two and then forgotten, but these stu...

Brandon Dilluvio, Webmaster

March 20, 2018

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Each year, IB alumni who graduated the previous year participate in a ceremony that acknowledges them for achieving the IB diploma. However, due to snow storms that covered New York this winter, this event was rescheduled. Many alumni w...

With retirement close Scro gets pied and pied and pied

Zoe Ploog, Staff Writer

March 20, 2018

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At Curtis, there is a tradition that a teacher gets “pied” in their last days before retirement. Mr. Scro started the pieing tradition at Curtis over 15 years ago. When asked how many times he pied people, Mr. Scro replied:...

CAS project turns into meaningful charity event

Jessica Wallace, Staff Writer

March 12, 2018

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On Friday, February 2nd, Michael, and Brandon Dilluvio hosted a ‘Bowlathon’ for their CAS project; a requirement for IB juniors and seniors. The purpose of the IB CAS project is for students to give back to their communities. ...

Crowded Corridor exasperates hall Passing

Zoe Ploog, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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...

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