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DC Trip brings learning outside the classroom

By: Candice Ayer, Briania Browne, and Andrea Kpelapauee, Staff Writer

May 7, 2015

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In early April a bus full of juniors and seniors left for a three day adventure  in Washington DC. Half the bus was law students and the other half was journalism students. The 14 students who were chosen from the journalism program  had a full ...

School clean up helps community relations

By:Ashvini Coomarasingham, Staff Writer

May 7, 2015

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The first exterior community clean up took place on Thursday, March 19 after ninth and tenth period. The goal of the activity was to bring awareness to the importance of sustaining a clean and safe neighborhood in the Curtis community....

Flag football game honors Miles Kirkland

By:Michael Jn-Marie, Web Editor

May 7, 2015

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In loving memory of a fallen star, tons of people turned out in anticipation of the first ever Miles Kirkland day at Curtis High School. It was a special day to honor the football star who lost his life last September to a hypertrophic cardiomyopathy...

CEO meets with Health Ambassadors

By: Lester Ellis, Staff Writer

March 25, 2015

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Curtis welcomed the new C.E.O. Of Children’s Aid Society, Phoebe C. Boyer with the Curtis chorus, who performed the Children’s Aid Theme song, “I’m really glad they made Children’s Aid Society.” The theme was inspired...

Pupil Path introduced for new term

By:Ashvini Coomarasingham, Staff Writer

March 25, 2015

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Curtis students and faculty have recently been introduced to a new program called Pupil Path/Skedula for the spring semester. The new gradebook, like JupiterGrades, permits students to look over their progress in their classes,...

Foreign exchange expands students world

By: Jada Mahone, Staff Writer

March 25, 2015

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Curtis offers its students many opportunities, one being the foreign exchange program. Students have the choice to go to the Netherlands, France, Italy and now Spain. During winter break, students traveled to Spain and the Netherlands. Students who went to the Ne...

Bookmarks made to support literacy

By:Lea Jean Francois, Staff Writer

March 25, 2015

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There was an assortment of paper strewn out across the library table in an organized mess while everyone was hard at work. Scissors, glue, ribbon, and any other item that could be used to create amazing bookmarks were used. People...

Winter chill affects parade

By:Brandon Dilluvio, Staff Writer

March 25, 2015

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This year’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade was not particularly lucky, it was cold and snowy. Despite the poor weather conditions many Warriors came out to cheer on the jazz band and the NJROTC. Those walking in the parade had to endure the cold as...

Students retake Regents

By: Michael Jn Marie, Web Editor

March 25, 2015

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Although only needing five Regents to graduate, senior Leann Maldonado took ten exams since her freshman year with the hopes of receiving an Advanced Regents Diploma.”I ended up retaking  the Algebra Regent over four times...

Curtis hosts swim-a-thon for charity

By: Kailey Walters, Copy Editor

March 25, 2015

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The George Vinet Swim-a-thon is an event aimed to raise funds for brain cancer research in honor of former boys swim coach, George Vinet, who was diagnosed with brain cancer nearly eight years ago. The seventh annual George Vinet Swim-a-thon was held in th...

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