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Curtis Elementary's Optimist Girl and Boy of the Year

June 17, 2011 by Anonymous

Pictured (from left) are Curtis Elementary's Optimist Girl of the Year Emily Geyer and Boy of the Year Tony Rivas.Pictured (from left) are Curtis Elementary's Optimist Girl of the Year Emily Geyer and Boy of the Year Tony Rivas.

Curtis Elementary Celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week

May 9, 2011 by Anonymous

Curtis Elementary Teacher Appreciation WeekCurtis Elementary Teacher Appreciation Week

Curtis Elementary Teacher Appreciation WeekCurtis Elementary Teacher Appreciation Week

Curtis Elementary Teacher Appreciation WeekCurtis Elementary Teacher Appreciation Week

Curtis Elementary Teacher Appreciation WeekCurtis Elementary Teacher Appreciation Week

Kohl's volunteers recognized at STAR reception for their hard work, dedication at Curtis Elementary

May 2, 2011 by Anonymous

Kohl's Volunteers Recognized: Lisa Wilbur (center) recognizes Kohl's employees during Curtis Elementary's annual STAR luncheon last week honoring all those who donated their time to the campus throughout the 2010-11 school year (courtesy photo).Kohl's Volunteers Recognized: Lisa Wilbur (center) recognizes Kohl's employees during Curtis Elementary's annual STAR luncheon last week honoring all those who donated their time to the campus throughout the 2010-11 school year (courtesy photo).

Curtis employee named Maribeau B. Lamar Award of Excellence recipient

May 2, 2011 by Anonymous

Curtis Elementary's coordinator for STAR and Watch Dogs Linda Wilbur was recognized by the Phoenix Lodge No. 275 on April 25 as the recipient of the Maribeau B. Lamar Award of Excellence.

This prestigious award recognizes Wilburn's exemplary achievement and outstanding contributions to education in the Weatherford community.

The Maribeau B. Lamar Award of Excellence is named after the second president of the Republic of Texas. Lamar, also a member of the Masonic Fraternity, has also been called "the father of the Texas public school system” for his leadership in establishing quality public education in Texas.

Linda Wilbur receives Maribeau B. Lamar Award of ExcellenceLinda Wilbur receives Maribeau B. Lamar Award of Excellence

Students in Curtis Elementary's Kids Unite after-school program took up items for the firefighters fighting the PK fires.

May 2, 2011 by Anonymous

Curtis Kids Unite: Lt. Cody Lee of the Lone Camp Volunteer Fire Department in Palo Pinto County (aka.WISD assistant network manager) came in full gear to accept their donations and talked to the students about the volunteer firemen and their roll in fighting fires. Lee, who is also WISD's assistant network manager, answered several questions by the students concerning the current fire situation (courtesy photo).Curtis Kids Unite: Lt. Cody Lee of the Lone Camp Volunteer Fire Department in Palo Pinto County (aka.WISD assistant network manager) came in full gear to accept their donations and talked to the students about the volunteer firemen and their roll in fighting fires. Lee, who is also WISD's assistant network manager, answered several questions by the students concerning the current fire situation (courtesy photo).

Curtis students collect donations for Operation Wildfire

May 2, 2011 by Anonymous

Curtis Elementary's Pride and Patriotism Committee organized and collected donations for Operation Wildfire in order to show support and appreciation for all the firefighters who are battling the PK wildfires.

Operation Wildfire: Pictured (from left) Allison Thompson, Ami Kime, Kylee Chavers, Ally Dooley, Kolton Buckingham, Gracie Osterhoudt, Dallas Martin, Dianata Buckingham, Emily Geyer, Anna Dooley  Mackinzey Buckingham, and Assistant Chief Luis Ramos (courtesy photo).Operation Wildfire: Pictured (from left) Allison Thompson, Ami Kime, Kylee Chavers, Ally Dooley, Kolton Buckingham, Gracie Osterhoudt, Dallas Martin, Dianata Buckingham, Emily Geyer, Anna Dooley Mackinzey Buckingham, and Assistant Chief Luis Ramos (courtesy photo).

Board President Visits Curtis Elementary

March 23, 2011 by Anonymous

Weatherford ISD School Board President Yale Young recently paid a visit to Curtis Elementary where he had the opportunity to eat lunch in the courtyard with students as well as met with Student Council officers who shared their classroom activities, academic data, and presented him with a book of "Top Tens."
Board President Visits Curtis Elementary: Pictured (back, from left) are Cindy Tate, Student Council Sponsor; Andrew McNay, President; and WISD School Board President Yale Young; (front) Tony Rivas, Treasurer; Emily Geyer, Vice President; Mackinzey Boyer, Historian; and Jesika Long, Secretary (courtesy photos).Board President Visits Curtis Elementary: Pictured (back, from left) are Cindy Tate, Student Council Sponsor; Andrew McNay, President; and WISD School Board President Yale Young; (front) Tony Rivas, Treasurer; Emily Geyer, Vice President; Mackinzey Boyer, Historian; and Jesika Long, Secretary (courtesy photos).

Curtis Elementary Sends Two Destination Imagination Teams to Regional Meet Saturday in Justin

March 4, 2011 by Anonymous

Two teams from Curtis Elementary will be competing tomorrow (Saturday) in the Destination Imagination Regional Tournament at Justin Northwest Junior High School.

Destination Imagination is a creative problem-solving competition in which teams choose a challenge and work to create a solution.

The pair of Curtis teams, "Team DInamite" and "Team Megabytes," have been working together since September 2010 researching, writing scripts, building sets, and creating costumes -- all without adult "interference."

Members of both teams are listed below:

Team DInamite:

Brittyn Anglin

Emily Dowdy

Lauren Mauney

Chandler Pelton

Andrew Scarborough

Emily Scarborough

Team Megabytes:

Ana Mauney

Kelsey Hurley

Matthew Scarborough
Devon Pelton

ASL Students Visit Curtis Elementary

January 27, 2011 by Anonymous

ASL Students Visit Curtis Elementary: Weatherford High School students in Beverly Purdy's American Sign Language (ASL) class visit Ashley Palmatier's second grade classroom at Curtis Elementary (courtesy photo).ASL Students Visit Curtis Elementary: Weatherford High School students in Beverly Purdy's American Sign Language (ASL) class visit Ashley Palmatier's second grade classroom at Curtis Elementary (courtesy photo).

Curtis Elementary Celebrates 'Crazy Hair Day'

January 26, 2011 by Anonymous

Curtis Elementary Celebrates 'Crazy Hair Day': Curtis Elementary students and staff members celebrated Crazy Hair Day on Jan. 21 because they are "Crazy About Learning!" Pictured (from left) are Ashley Simmons, Loyce Long, Racheal Rife, Lori Bratcher, Lindsay Fuller, and Sandra Clawson (courtesy photo).Curtis Elementary Celebrates 'Crazy Hair Day': Curtis Elementary students and staff members celebrated Crazy Hair Day on Jan. 21 because they are "Crazy About Learning!" Pictured (from left) are Ashley Simmons, Loyce Long, Racheal Rife, Lori Bratcher, Lindsay Fuller, and Sandra Clawson (courtesy photo).

Sports Calendar

Thursday, April 17

  • Aledo Girls Golf will compete in the Region I Tournament at Diamondback GC in Abilene

  • Ladycat Softball vs Arlington Heights; V-7 JV-5:30

Friday, April 18

Tuesday, April 22

Friday, April 25

Tuesday, April 29

  • Aledo Girls Golf will compete in the State Tournament at Onion Creek GC in Austin.

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