Bus routes are posted and passes are mailed out a few days before school starts.
The 2021-22 school calendar is here.
When students arrive on the first day of school, each grade goes to a different area of the school to receive their homeroom teacher assignment and class schedule.
Incoming 6th grade students and new students each get a Chromebook for use at school and home. A travel case is also provided.
Yes! You’ll receive a form at the end of the school year, including for incoming 6th grade students, to indicate whether your student will take band, orchestra, or chorus. If you didn’t receive the form, please contact the front office to ensure it’s included in your child’s schedule.
Typically in mid-August, via the Aspen portal.
Yes! Each grade is assigned one book to read, which addresses a particular topic, and remains that grade’s summer reading book for three years. All of the books are available in digital formats, can be purchased, or borrowed from the public library. Any questions should be sent to Lizz Simpson, ECMS librarian, at email@example.com.
Similar to the elementary schools, the Curtis school year is divided into trimesters. Core classes, language, and band/orchestra/chorus meet all year. UAs typically change each trimester.
6th grade has recess every day. Students have a 25-minute recess block before or after lunch every day. 7th and 8th grade have recess every other day. Their recess is held during half of their team block.
Yes there is! For more information, visit Sudbury Extended Day.