A Mary E. Curley School staff member recently tested positive for COVID-19. This is the first known case of a Curley School community member. Principal Katie Grassa sent an email to staff members last week. That email was provided to Jamaica Plain News by a member of the Curley School community. "We were recently notified that a member of the Curley K-8 community has tested positive for COVID-19.
Katie Grassa is in her seventh year of being the principal of the Curley K-8 School, and guiding the school community during this unprecedented times. Grassa answered questions from Jamaica Plain News about how the school's community has adapted to online learning. Q: How has your job changed since students were told they weren’t coming to school anymore? Grassa: I’m leading a school virtually from my dining room table. I think the personal connections I have with people have changed.
Please join us Saturday, May 4th 10-2 for the 19th Annual Curley Plant Sale in the parking lot across from the school. There will be a wide selection of annual, herbs and vegetables, a fabulous bake sale and kids activities. Proceeds go directly to support of arts and enrichment programs at the Curley. For more information please contact Kristin Jurkoic
Have you not bought your pansies or sweet basil yet? You can do that while supporting local youth arts and enrichment programs at the Curley K-8 School this Saturday. The sale will be in the parking lot across from the Curley K-8 School (493 Centre St.) from 10 am to 2 pm. But get there early because you'll be able to select from all of the plants available -- and all of the baked goods, too! There will be a wide selection of annuals, herbs, vegetables and more.
Question: What is District 6 City Councilor Matt O'Malley's favorite Girl Scout Cookie? Jamaica Plain's Daisy Troop 67633 recently learned the answer to that very important question at the troop's first-ever Girl Scout Cookie Booth at the Curley K-8 School. O'Malley purchased several boxes of cookies, including Tagalongs, Thin Mints and his favorite -- Peanut Butter Patties -- on Dec. 20 from his local cookie entrepreneurs. Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts’ Cookie Program runs through early March and you can locate Girl Scout Cookies by zip code at girlscoutcookies.org.