Providing structure and support

Curtin Intermediate School understands that this is a very challenging time for your student. He or she is beginning to learn who he or she is and wants to be.

Communication is the key to a student’s success. Encourage him or her to talk to you, a teacher, or even a counselor to help the student find the answers he or she seeks.


Students are taught about different types of bullying (physical, verbal, non-verbal), what to do if they feel they are being bullied, and how to reduce bully/victim situations to create a positive school climate for all. Contact the school for more information.

Student/Parent Handbook

All students receive a copy of the student handbook on their first day of school at Curtin Intermediate School.

The following is requested of all parents/guardians:

  • Parents/guardians review the student handbook together during the first week of school.
  • Parents/guardians check the agenda every night so they are aware of their students daily assignments. At a minimum, all students are expected to read for a minimum of 30 minutes each day outside of school time. Again, the handbook and agenda are communications tools between the students, teacher, and parents/guardians.

Curtin Intermediate Student-Parent Handbook

This resource provides valuable information for you and your child about daily life, policies, and expectations at Curtin Intermediate School.

Download Curtin Intermediate Student-Parent Handbook

Reading your child’s report card

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