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780 Post Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10310 , Tel: +1 (718) 442-3860 Nyc Geog District #31 - Staten Island

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Ps 19 The Curtis School Ratings & Reviews

September 26, 2018 Submitted by a parent
this school should be changed or closed down they dont help the child and they allow other children to be bullied and they dont call the parent when there is a fight with your child and another child they try to cover up all there mistakes my son was kick in the balls last yr and not one person called me not the nurse or teacher no one and they didnt even give me a report of what happen and now this year 2018-2019 my son was just assulted and again no one called me as parents we should be able to pick the public school we want our children to go to because my son isnt learning at this school
October 24, 2016 Submitted by a parent
Absolutely terrible. The good kids get punished for what the bad kids do. The bad kids don't get punished at all. For example, for the second time, a particular child pushed my son down and ripped his pants. This happened during a soccer game, but all of the kids say this kid trips kids regardless. What's the principal solution? Nobody's allowed to play soccer. Punish the good kids instead of the bad kids. Don't correct this child's behavior. Now the good kids know if they speak out, they will be punished. I'm completely disgusted by this school.
December 06, 2015 Submitted by a student
I have had two children graduate from this school, and while circumstances were not ideal while they were there, things have steadily gotten worse. My youngest son started in the dual language program and the first year everything was fine. Then things began to change. Native English-speaking parents began pulling their children out because of the clear favoritism shown to the Spanish-speaking children. The same children also bullied my son, pushing him down the stairs, throwing him into lunch tables, tripping him and making fun of the fact that he is an American citizen and a native English speaker. Nothing was done. The staff there actually had the nerve to blame my son saying he doesn't know how to get along with the other children, and recently I was actually told by one of the new vice principal's that school is a contact sport. My son spent three years in the dual language program and with my son finally being the only native English speaker left in that class, I pulled him out. Things are better now that he is not with such a large group of racist children, but they are far from perfect. If I had any where else to put my son he would be out of there faster than you could blink. I just hope that the time he has left goes quickly.
February 21, 2013 Submitted by a parent
Teachers grade students based on favoritism, there have been many incidents where the teacher verbally abused the children, I have raised my concerned to the principal, her answer was that the teacher has lost a relative recently, .. shouln't the teacher then had have taken some time off for her grieving, instead of letting it out in our kids? there are couple teachers in the fourth and fifth grade this current year that should NOT BE TEACHERS! but the principal cover up for them, so that the school looks good...with the kids feeling scared of the teachers will only make their grades to suffer, I'm changing my son to another school next year.
February 19, 2012 Submitted by a parent
Education wise they are on the right track. But school safety is a joke. He was hit repeatedly by a boy in his class. when we told the teacher she said; take a number this boy hits all the kids. After a while another boy began to hit my son. I found out because my son was afraid to use the bathroom alone. He was terrified of the bathroom. My son is quiet, shy, and timid perfect for bullies. After a long time he said; mommy the 1st boy who hits me also touches me in the bathroom. I took him to the principal along with the teacher. I was dismissed and told we can't believe your child. There is no proof. What proof was she needing? They claim to have zero tolerance for bullies. But they cover bullies to avoid scandal. I have removed my son but still have a 3rd grader there. I pray that God helps me and in due time I can remove my older child. They only care about appearances. I am not mad at the child who did this to mines. I am upset at the teacher who after knowing my child was being hit, still sent him to the bathroom alone with this child. And the principal who covered it up and offered no apology. but I will continue to fight this because I still have a child there.
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  • Some College22%
  • Associate Degree7%
  • Bachelor Degree18%
  • Graduate Degree11%

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