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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...

Three new teachers added to the performing arts department

Essence Rafael

January 4, 2019

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The performing arts department has been undergoing a few changes this year with new teachers being welcomed into the Curtis community. With the 2018-2019 school year already in full swing, new teachers such as Ms. Fries, Ms. Ke...

NJROTC passes difficult inspection

Joseph Ramirez

January 4, 2019

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The NJROTC annual inspection was held on Thursday the 29th in the new gym. The inspection also included demonstrations from the ROTC cadets. This annual inspection is important because Commander Miller comes in to evaluate the...

Curtis builds student moral with annual Spirit Week

Jocelin Guzman

December 12, 2018

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Ah! Spirit Week, the time where you can show true Warrior pride! From Oct. 22nd to Oct. 26th, students followed a new theme every day throughout the week. On Monday, it was Pajama day, so all of the sleepyheads who are too lazy ...

Volunteering becomes more than credit

Charesia Whittaker

December 12, 2018

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Volunteer work becomes an integral part of student life upon entering high school. There are required amount of hours for specific programs and there are always events for students to further build their college resume with ...

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...

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