Ephraim Curtis Middle School (ECMS) is Sudbury’s only middle school, receiving fifth grade students from the four elementary schools in the town as they enter the sixth grade and remain through the eighth grade. The school opened in 1965; a new 155,000 square foot state-of-the-art building replaced the original structure in September 2000. The current enrollment is 1064 students, with a highly professional and skilled educational and support staff of over 100.The school was named for Ephraim Curtis, born in Sudbury in 1642. He held many important town offices, including serving as schoolmaster. He gained his chief fame as an explorer and guide. Daring, resourceful, courageous, and wise, he earned the reputation as the Daniel Boone of Massachusetts.
Grades 6 to 8
22 Pratts Mill Road, Sudbury, MA 01776Directions
978-443-1071 - main978-443-1098 - fax978-443-1071 ext 1 - absentee line
Supply Lists & Team Letters, 2016-20172016-17 After School Activity PacketFamily Portal (Updating Contact Info & Accessing Report Cards)Note: First day packets will be goinghome in paper format with studentson the first day.
ECMS Athletic Website Link
Please consult the ECMS Athletic WebsiteLink above to check for sporting eventcancellations of sporting events dueto inclement weather or othercircumstances.
7:45 AM - 2:05 PM12:00 PM dismissal on Early Release Days
Curtis Staff Directory/WebsitesCurtis Parent OrganizationCurtis Friends of MusicCurtis Guidance OfficeCurtis Library1:1 Chromebook InitiativeMiddle School YearbookSchool Profile2016 DESE Report CardCurtis Theater TroupeThe Cauldron, Fall 2016-2017School Improvement PlanCurtis Sports (CPO Site)Curtis MessengerWhitsons - Lunch MenusConcussion Training CertificateConcussion Pre-Participation FormConcussion In-Season ReportConcussion Post-Injury Clearance
SPS Family Math SiteSocial & Emotional Resources for Parents
The Curtis Community believes that strong connections and high expectations help to promote positive behaviors. Our behavior chart was developed with input from staff and students as part of the district bullying prevention initiative. Behaviors on the chart are categorized based on their potential for causing harm to others. The behavior chart and the accompanying consequence chart allow students to reflect on and learn from their mistakes.
Sudbury Public Schools ~ 40 Fairbank Road ~ Sudbury, MA 01776Phone: 978-443-1058 ~ Fax: 978-443-9001Office hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm