- Patriot Day
- Upcoming Events
- School Based Mental Health Services
- State Testing
- National Mental Health Month/Mes Nacional de Salud Mental
Dear Currie Community:
On this anniversary of September 11, 2001, we remember those who lost their lives and their families; and we remember the bravery of the first responders. In a very profound way, they symbolized the American spirit of strength and resiliency. I am proud to see that patriotism is alive and well in our lives, in our communities and certainly in our schools.
On this Wednesday, September 11, 2019, I invite you to take a moment to pause and to remember. There is a saying that heroes are everyday people who are placed in extraordinary circumstances. Those brave people who were faced with such incredible circumstances that day responded as heroes, and so did our communities. In our book these heroes will never be forgotten.
As we remember the events of September 11, 2001, “let us pay tribute to the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in faraway lands, to heroes who died in the line of duty here at home, and to all who keep faith with the principles of service and sacrifice that will always be the source of America's strength.” At this point let us honor those heroes with a moment of silence.
To continue this tribute, All schools are flying our flags at half-staff.
Thank you and have a wonderful day!
Currie Middle School
School Based Mental Health Services are available at all schools throughout Tustin Unified School District with a referral from a student’s counselor and/or administrator. Students experiencing mental health disorders that impact their academic performance or school attendance may be eligible for services. TUSD has an established Mental Health Team, called Family Intervention Resource Support Team (FIRST) that is comprised of 5 mental health specialist who are all licensed clinicians. Please contact your school counselor or administrator for more information.
May is National Mental Health Month, a time for educating others on what mental illness REALLY is and helping those with an illness know they are not alone. A Mental Health Fair will be held for students at Currie Middle School on Thursday, May 9th during lunch. Hope Therapy Dogs, Western Youth Services, and NAMI or the National Alliance on Mental illness, will be on campus to provide information only about mental health support and resources. This will not be a time for service but rather for awareness and resources.
Mayo es el mes nacional de Salud Mental, es un tiempo para educar a otros sobre qué enfermedad mental es en realidad y ayudar aquellos con una enfermedad que sepan que no están solos. Una feria de Salud Mental Tendra Lugar para los estudiantes en la escuela secundaia Currie el jueves, 9 de mayo durante el almuerzo. Perros de Terapia Ezperanza, Servicios de la Juventud Occidental y NAMI o la Alianza Nacional en enfermedad Mental será en el campus para proporcionar información solamente sobre recursos y apoyo de salud mental. No se trata de un tiempo de servicio sino por conocimiento y recursos.