If you need to bring something to your child during school hours, please check in at the office.
The office staff will call your child's classroom for you. Please do not go directly to your child's classroom. All visitors must check in at the office when they come to Curtner.
Curtner’s 2nd Annual Stallion Stampede
Friday, November 14, 2014
What is the Stallion Stampede? It’s a modern twist to the traditional walk-a-thon. Students are encouraged to collect money in their sponsorship envelope while promoting the importance of fitness. Funds will be used to support Curtner through PTA. On the day of the event, each class is given roughly 20 minutes to “trot” as many laps around the field as possible. Prizes are awarded for participation and achievement. Collection envelope and money are due to classrooms no later than Wednesday, November 12. (Make checks payable to “Curtner PTA.”)
Prizes will be awarded for:
What will the day look like? We invite all parents to come watch your children run in the Stampede and cheer them on. Please make sure they wear comfortable shoes and are well hydrated on the day of the event. We also ask that you send your child to school with their own water bottle. Please make sure they are properly labeled with your child’s name and room number.
6th Grade at Science Camp
Back To School Night
Thank you to all the parents who attended Back To School Night. A strong partnership between staff and parents gives students the support they need to succeed in school and in life. If you couldn't make it, we missed you but you can still access the Principal's and Assistant Principal's presentation here and ask your child's teacher for any information presented at the event. Thanks and we look forward to a year of collaboration with you!
TK AM Session 8:45-12:05
TK PM Session 10:20-2:00
Kindergarten Full Day 8:45-2:00
1st-3rd Grade 8:45-2:30
4th-6th Grade 8:45-2:45
TK AM/PM Session 8:45-12:05
1st-3rd Grade 8:45-12:50
4th-6th Grade 8:45-12:55
Greetings Curtner Families,
Welcome back to the 2014-15 school year! It is poised to be the most academically rigorous and intellectually challenging for students as we’ve made the gargantuan leap into the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).
We are pleased to announce that with your support of Measure E and PTA, last year Curtner purchased 269 Chromebooks for our students. In a few short weeks, we will complete the construction of our new Learning Center and remodeling of our Library/Media Center with a new computer lab and furnishings. This is a major step toward equipping our students with the technology skills needed for success and an exciting transition to using more multimedia in student content creation. Additionally, all classrooms have been modernized with new carpeting and upgraded heating and cooling systems.
We are also excited to welcome new members of the Curtner staff. Mrs. Jean Malashock will be our new part time Assistant Principal who will also support Pomeroy in the same role. We also welcome the following teachers to our staff:
1st Grade-Sherine Ahmed
2nd Grade-Ngoc Ngo and Kristin Nieva
3rd Grade-Rachel Thompson
4th Grade-Jinky Bitanga
5th Grade-Kiscelle Calvello
6th Grade-Jeannie Lam
We congratulate Mr. Steve Caringella who will move to the district office as a Technology Teacher on Special Assignment and thank him for all his support over the past years.
We look forward to the return of your children and to a great year of discovery and learning.
Your partner in education,
Dr. Jackie Vo-Felbinger, Principal
Part of what makes the Curtner School Community so special is the active partnership between parents, teachers, and administrators. The Curtner PTA is comprised of families and teachers whose dedication and involvement truly helps make Curtner thrive. To get involved or get more info, email us at email@example.com or visit our website at www.curtnerpta.org.
We at Curtner are incredibly lucky to have an amazing parent community who offers enormous amounts of time, material donations, funds, and talent to foster an educational experience that enriches the whole child. These are just a few of the ways you have generously given to our school and we appreciate you. Thank you for your commitment to Curtner.
Curtner is a Uniform School. Click here for information on our uniform policy and appearance code.
Common Core State Standards
Curtner, as well as all schools in the Milpitas Unified School District, has transitioned from the California State Standards, to the Common Core State Standards. These standards have established rigorous expectations for student learning at all grade levels.
Click here to learn more about the Common Core State Standards.
Parking Lot Safety
Designated Place to Cross
To ensure the safety of all children and adults, please do not cross the Curtner parking lot at any point other than the cross walk by the school office, before and after school. Cars are continuously pulling through our parking lot, and crossing while cars are moving creates an unsafe situation.
Before School Drop Off
Please escort your child to the front of the school.
8:00 AM to 8:30 AM: Students go to courtyard at the front of the school and wait to be dismissed to their lines.
8:30 AM to 8:45 AM: Students go through the front of the school and then directly to their lines on the blacktop.
8:45 AM and later: Students check in at the office for a late pass.
Ensuring a Safe Drop Off
Please do not leave your vehicle to assist your child during drop off. Student valets are out front each morning to assist children during drop off. Children must exit the vehicle on the school side of the car, not the street side. Also, vehicles must pull all the way up in the drop off zone before a child can exit the vehicle.
Thank you for working together to ensure a safe campus for our students!
Milpitas Unified School District offers Independent Study for students who have a pre-arranged absence of no less than 5 days and no more than ten days. For a student to be approved for independent study, the school must be informed at least 2 weeks in advance so that the teacher has time to prepare the necessary work. The student must return on the agreed upon date with all completed work or the absences will be declared unexcused. Any student with more than 10 unexcused absences will be dis-enrolled and will be re-enrolled in any district school where space is available should their home school be at capacity. Students are only eligible for one independent study contract per school year. For further information, please contact the Curtner School office.