Congratulations to our two MathCounts Video Challenge Semi-Finalists!
Jameson Brannon, Sharon Chen, and Natasha Escalera made the video “Witches Brew.”
The team of Kayla Falwell, Niki Das, Navya Puppala, and Rania Faiz created “Cookies, Cars, and Calculations” for their MathCounts challenge.
MathCounts is a national middle school contest that blends math, creativity, art and technology and challenges students to produce a video solving a math problem in a real-world setting.
For more information on MathCounts click here!
The Allen Police Department is offering young people in our community the opportunity to experience law enforcement first hand.
The 10th Annual Allen Police Department Junior Police Academy will hold six (6) one week classes in the summer of 2020.
The academy will be similar in nature to those which actual police recruits attend.
Students will learn the basic operations of a working police department as well as have a chance to explore the idea of a possible career in this ever challenging and demanding field.
Students will attend regular classes with law enforcement related topics and hands on training that kids of all ages will enjoy.
ADMISSION IS FREE!
If you are interested, please see Officer Garcia!
Attention ALL students - you must have a current student ID in your possession to enter any AISD/Curtis MS sporting events. No exceptions!
Students, as a reminder please do NOT open the doors to people trying to come into the building.
Students this reminder is from Mrs. Pitcock: No food or drinks are allowed to be taken out of the cafeteria in the morning or after lunch. The only thing you can take out is water bottles with clear water in them. Please make sure you are eating your food in the cafeteria and throwing whatever is left over away before you leave. Thanks!