At Marie Curie High School, the overall success of our students is a paramount priority. There are many free resources that are available to our school community. Some resources are accessible below.
Pupil Path is a student information system for parents and students. Pupil Path allows parents and students to view important student and school information such as student attendance records, class schedule, assignment due dates and grades, graduation eligibility, school announcements, and more.
Families and Students can now register for a PupilPath account without the printed invitation. This allows faster and easier registration for those needing access while they are unable to pick up the invitation letter at the school
Information to assist in student learning, including curriculum and instruction, student assessments, and homework aids.
Student Bill of Rights:
The Student Bill of Rights and Responsibilities lays out standards, rights, and expectations for students. It is a part of the Discipline Code.
Study Tools / Classroom Resources:
The goal of this nonprofit site is to help high school students meet the New York State Regents requirements in English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. Old exams with answer keys are available for you to utilize to obtain practice with Regents level questions.
A supplement to classroom instruction, Castle Learning Online provides web-based review, testing and assessment tools for elementary, middle and high school teachers and students in all core areas.
Edmodo is an educational website that takes the ideas of a social network and refines them and makes it appropriate for a classroom. Using Edmodo, students and teachers can reach out to one another and connect by sharing ideas, problems, and helpful tips.
Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization created in 2006 by educator Salman Khan to provide "a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere". The organization produces micro lectures in the form of YouTube videos.
Quizlet is an online flashcard builder. It is stocked with card sets from classes around the world in multiple disciplines. Students can create their own list of terms and definitions and study them using different methods, or they can find already created sets to review.
For additional resources by content area, see attachment below titled "Internet Resources per Content".
Mark your calendar with important dates such as the first and last days of school, state exams, and Chancellor's Conference Day.
Learn more about the wide range of options available and how to enroll in various pre-K through high school programs.
Wondering what's for lunch tomorrow? Look up monthly menus for all grade levels and programs.
New York State High School Graduation Requirements differ depending on the year you enter 9th grade.
The Student’s Bill of Rights spells out what you’re accountable for ... and what you can expect from your school.
A list of resources to help you complete your homework assignments.
Learn about the many opportunities available to stretch your creativity.
Explore career interests, learn more about college options (including financial aid), or get help finding a job.
Learn about our middle school (C.H.A.M.P.S.) and high school athletic leagues (P.S.A.L.).
What should you do if you believe another student has harassed or discriminated against you or if you have witnessed such behavior? Other bullying/harassment questions are answered in the RFA policy.
Find your bus route (all you need is your student I.D.), MetroCard eligibility, and other important transporation information.
These guidelines offer ideas about how to create a smart digital footprint; explain what to do if things go wrong; and suggest how to use social media in positive ways