Middle High

Notice of Destruction of Temporary Student Records

 

To the members of Carver High School Class of 2010:  In accordance with Massachusetts General Law 603 CMR 23.00, the temporary record of a student shall be destroyed no later than seven years after the student transfers, graduates, or withdraws from the school system. If any student would like to arrange to pick up their records, please contact the Guidance Department at (508) 866-6144 by November 1, 2017.  After that time, all temporary records of the Class of 2010 will be destroyed.

Corey’s Cause – “Adversity to Advocacy”

The United Parish in Carver will host COREY’s CAUSE on Tuesday, August 1, 2017 at 7 p.m. Cory’s story is so different because he DID survive his overdose; it’s a story of turning “Adversity to Advocacy” and their goal is to stop kids from trying drugs by showing them what it looks like when you survive.   Clink link for more information: CORY’s CAUSE

Grade 5 Parent Night- June 13, 2017

Parents/guardians of the current fifth graders are invited to attend an informational evening at Carver Middle High School on Tuesday, June 13th at 6:00 p.m.  Tours of the building will be offered from 5:30 to 6:00 p.m. Following the tours, members of the Carver Middle High School administration and school staff members will describe the transition to 6th grade.

Team assignments will be distributed to a parent/guardian in attendance at the conclusion of the presentation. If a parent/guardian is unable to attend, team assignments will be sent home with your child on June 14th.

This is a wonderful opportunity for parents/guardians to ask questions and to participate in their child’s transition to the middle school.

Carver Cares for Troops

The students and staff of Carver Middle High recently donated a total of 472 items for care packages to be sent to troops around the world. Ms. Picariello, who spearheaded the effort, will donate the items to the Cape Cod Cares for the Troop’s 13th annual Troops in the Spotlight, held this Memorial Day weekend. A great job by the students of Carver for taking advantage of this opportunity to say “thank you” to our service men and women while earning community service hours.