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BUILDING FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE
Students in Grades 9 – 11 will be taking final examinations based on the schedule listed below.
Wednesday, June 14th
Full day of School – Day 6
(Periods 6, 7, 1, 2 will meet.) Lunch will be served.
12:05 – 12:35 p.m. Period 3 Review/collection of texts
12:35 – 2:05 p.m. Period 3 Exam
MS Schedule 6 7 1 2 3 4
Thursday, June 15th
7:32 – 9:00 a.m. Period 7 Exam
9:10 – 10:45 a.m. Period 4 Exam
MS Schedule 7 1 2 3 4 5
Friday, June 16th
7:32 – 9:00 a.m. Period 1 Exam
9:10 – 10:45 a.m. Period 6 Exam
MS Schedule 1 2 3 4 5 6
Monday, June 19th
7:32 – 9:00 a.m. Period 2 Exam
9:10 – 10:45 a.m. Period 5 Exam
MS Schedule 2 3 4 5 6 7
Tuesday, June 20th
7:32 – 9:00 a.m. Make-up Exams Only
Thursday, June 15th through Tuesday, June 20th, are half days for high school students. High school students will not report to homeroom on these days.
No lunches will be served on the half day and buses will arrive for dismissal at 10:45 a.m. for high school students.
Students are expected to use the entire testing time for successful completion of their exams and should not be dismissed during the exam period. Students are not expected to report during an exam period when they are normally scheduled for a directed study.
Students who do not have an exam but who require bus transportation should report to their study hall as scheduled.
Students should expect report cards in the mail on or around July 3rd. Tentative students’ schedules will be sent with the principal’s letter in August.
On Sunday May 21st four members of the Junior Class participated in a Field and Trail Cleanup on the grounds of CMHS as part of their Community Service graduation requirement. Participants included Chris Howard, Evie Pearlman, Chelsey Pierce, Chris Rossetti accompanied by US History teacher Thomas McLean.
The School Committee voted unanimously at the May 8th meeting to approve School Choice for incoming Kindergarten students for the 2017-2018 school year. Five enrollment slots were approved and students will be selected by lottery on June 12th. Contact Annmarie Metrano at 508-866-6160 or email@example.com for lottery application.
On Saturday April 30th, eight CMHS Juniors participated in a Spring- Cleanup project at Cranberry Village in Carver as part of their community service requirement. The students helped to rake and clean up the area around the Clubhouse and were treated to lunch by the appreciative residents.
Accompanied by history department chair Brian Lamoureux, the students, pictured left to right include…
Dalton Sousa, Charles Garrity, Christopher Howard, Christopher Rossetti, Zoe Magnussen, Jessica Gallagher, Chelsey Pierce, and Evelyn Pearlman
Over the past several years, CMHS students have volunteered at a number of clean-ups and fundraisers organized by Helping Hands—a group led by Pat Henderson that serves the residents of Cranberry Village. Students who would like to volunteer at Helping Hand’s 5th Annual Fundraiser, a luau to be held Saturday June 24th, should contact Mr. Lamoureux.
Free child care will be made available for any Carver parents attending the annual town meeting this Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at 7PM at the Carver Middle High School.
With seventeen student leaders in attendance, Carver High StuCo was once again well represented at the MASC (Massachusetts Association of Student Councils) annual spring conference in Hyannis (March 8-10). For the fourth consecutive year, the council earned state recognition as a Gold Council. Their advisor, Mr. Tresca reports that these “excellent young adults who had a blast…worked very hard this past year…between plunging into the Atlantic Ocean for Special Olympics and particpating at the 3 day conference, I am very proud of these kids!”