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Carver News

  • Art Show, Oct. 25th

    Posted Monday, October 20 by Brian Lamoureux

    A message from Ms. Percell: Art You Afraid? Join us for Spooky Fun!! October 25th 4-6pm, Carver Middle High School Contests, displays, treats, and more Free Admission, but we are accepting canned goods for donation to the Carver Food Bank. Contact: percelj@carver.org


    Posted Tuesday, October 14 by Annmarie Metrano

    Carver Public Schools thanks the following annual donors of the U.S. flags proudly displayed at the following schools:  Elementary School – E.K. Washburn Campus – thank you, Carver Jewelers.  Elementary School – Gov. John Carver Campus – thank you, Country Veterinary Clinic and Middle High School – thank you, Blair Insurance Agency.

  • Special Needs Pre-School Screening

    Posted Thursday, October 2 by Annmarie Metrano

    If you are a Carver resident and feel that your pre-schooler, ages 3 to 5 (just before kindergarten), has special needs, please contact the Carver Pre-School and schedule a screening.  Screenings are generally held on the first Friday of the month throughout the school year.  Please call Mrs. Blackden at 508-866-6307 or Mrs. Wethington at 508-866-6403 […]

  • HEALTH UPDATE – Enterovirus D68

    Posted Thursday, September 25 by Annmarie Metrano

    Please click on this link for important information on ENTEROVIRUS D68 This fact sheet has been provided by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.  

  • Schoolwide ALS Challenge!

    Posted Friday, September 19 by Gina Marie Rush

    Click here the link below to see our Administrators Accept the Ice Bucket Challenge! IMG_0914 With the leadership and assistance of the Junior Class Advisors, Roger Tait and Deborah Sousa, the Administrators of Carver Middle High School accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from the Carver Elementary School and are now challenging the students to also […]

  • Carver Elementary Safe Water Test

    Posted Thursday, August 28 by Meredith Cargill

    Water quality at all Carver Public Schools meets strict Massachusetts Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP) requirements.  Click here to see the DEP Water Test.

  • Students going into 6th-12th Grade Required Summer Reading

    Posted Friday, June 20 by Brian Lamoureux

    Please click on the link at the bottom of the left hand column titled “Summer Reading” for more information.

  • Important Message from MIAA

    Posted Wednesday, March 5 by CarverPS

    In an effort to ensure the safety of our students, we are passing along some critical information shared with us from MIAA – Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association. Click here for news alert details.

  • US Flag Donations

    Posted Thursday, November 7 by CarverPS

    The Carver School Committee and Superintendent of Schools would like to acknowledge and thank the annual donors of the U.S. Flags proudly displayed at the following schools. At Elementary School – Washburn Campus: flag donated by Carver Jewelers. At Elementary School Gov. John Carver Campus: flag donated by Country Veterinary Clinic and at Carver Middle […]

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  • Parent Teacher Conferences

    Posted Friday, October 3 by Gina Marie Rush
  • Click the image above to view the 2014-2015 school year calendar.

    School Calendar 2014 - 2015

  • Building Project

  • Parents and supporters of Carver Public Schools, now you can keep up with what’s happening at our school anywhere, anytime, right from your smart phone with School Connect.


  • The goal of the inclusion program is to provide, students with disabilities, support in the least restrictive environment, which is the regular education classroom with their peers. Students may receive services through co-teaching, check- in support, or a combination of both.

    Special Education

  • The mission of Carver Public Schools is to provide a challenging, comprehensive education in a safe environment where all students are respected as individuals.

    School Committee

  • The primary purpose of the school system's transportation services is to aid students in getting to and from school in a safe, efficient, and economical manner.