Your teachers and administration are working hard to prepare for the 2013-2014 school year! Remember to be on time. You will see all your teachers on Monday—it will be a full schedule…Homeroom, then, periods 1-6. They will give you several lists and important documents.
Check the portal on Sunday night to see which homeroom you should report to. If it does not show one, find your location by searching on the posted HR Schedules on main lobby walls. There will also be several teachers walking around to help.
Good Luck Curry Cubs! We wish you all a successful academic year!!!
Update: we’ve raised $125 so far! Thank you for spreading the word and for trying to help!
Let’s do what we can and help the tornado disaster victims! Curry Cares
Community and Service is due this Friday!
Attach the following documents to your approved proposals:
1. Hours log
2. A reflection per community service activity
3. Proof of participation (thank you letters, email verifications, signatures, etc.)
IB Group Code: qbr3du
Mrs. Cardenas’ class reinforced the scientific method and tested the importance of having one independent (testing) variable. Do I have a volunteer that would like to explain the difference between independent and dependent variable???
The math club (with their fun shirts) represented our school this Sunday & they did an amazing job. Well, what else would you expect from a Curry Cub??? 🙂
Turns out that Curry students do an awesome job when it comes to science fair! This weekend, the results from the STEM Expo were in and all of the students that represented our school won an award!!! The big winner was Nicholas Cardenas—awesome job, Nick!
Mr. Lizcano’s class had a great time finding the average speed of these toy cars.
IB 8th graders create skits when learning about the history of journalism. From the first newspaper to the internet -how has news changed?