Curtner Elementary

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WELCOME to CURTNER!

Please note the TRAVEL ADVISORIES for the ORANGE TIER for SPRING BREAK: APR 12 - 16


Travel & Quarantine Map.pdf
Read-a-thon Flyer.pdf

Read-a-thon Information:


Step #1: From Monday, April 19 to Friday, April 23, read as much as you can everyday!!


Step #2: Record the number of minutes you read on our GoogleForm here! You should record your minutes daily.


Step #3: Optional: Take photos of you with your all-time favorite book and post your photo here!



Book Character Day Information:


To wrap up our read-a-thon week, participate in our April spirit day!! Dress up as your favorite book character on Friday, April 23rd.

STUDENT COUNCIL reporting their 2nd Episode for the Curtner News. The episode includes the following information:

  • A teacher spotlight

  • December's class spirit day winners

  • February's spirit day (CRAZY HAIR DAY on Friday, February 26th)

  • February Break Challenge (optional fun activities to do over break)

    • Students will send photos of them participating in any of the activities here!

  • Guess the Food (a friendly competition between 2 student council reps)

  • A special PTA message (after the credits!)

Cooking LIVE with Curtner!

Special Guest: Ms. Younan

Tuesday, April 20 @4PM

Please prepare the following items:

1 cup graham cracker crumbs (about 10-16 squares, crumbled)

1/2 cup all purpose flour

1/2 cup packed brown sugar (or any type of sugar)

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg (optional)

1/2 cup butter, melted

8 medium apples, peeled and sliced ahead of time (you can se pre peeled and sliced apples)

whipped topping or ice cream

Is there a technical or other barrier preventing your child from attending distance learning or following along in class? We are here to help. Please submit your technology requests. We will connect you with someone who speaks your preferred language.

請提交您的技術要求。

Envíenos su solicitud de tecnología.

Vui lòng gửi những yêu cầu xin trợ giúp về kỹ thuật của bạn.


Meal Pick Up Info:

Who: Any youth under the age of 18

What: Free meals to all kids.

Where: Pick up at any one location:

When: Every Mondays & Thursdays, from 8AM- 11:30AM

Why: Because no matter what the situation is on-the-ground – children have access to nutritious food as the country recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.

How: Parents or guardians can pick up meals for their children.

This waiver is contingent on available funding. USDA will continue to actively monitor this rapidly evolving situation and continue to keep Congress informed of our current abilities and limitations. For any questions about the school meal program, please contact us at 408-635-2894 or visit us at nutrition.musd.org.

COVID-19 Protection Plan

MUSD Coronavirus Protection Plan CPP (rev.2.8.2021).pdf
Curtner COVID-19 Site Preparedness Form - Revised 3_25_2021.pdf

Stay connected via Parent Square!

The Curtner Code

I pledge to respect myself and others,

To be responsible for my words and actions,

And encourage others to do the same.

If I hear something, see something, or feel something, I should say something.