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E. Tillson Pratt Fund

Carver Public Schools thank the E. Tillson Pratt Trust for making a generous donation to the Carver Educational Foundation.   E. Tillson Pratt was a teacher and educator in Carver who established a trust to be used for the benefit of the students of the Carver Public Schools.  Throughout the years, interest earned from the trust has been dispersed in support of our students. The current trustees have decided to dissolve the trust and make a one-time donation to the Carver Education Foundation in the amount of $17,622. Some of that money will be used for the Elementary  School walking trail and some will be used to offer for grants.

MHS receives Exxon Mobile Educational Alliance grant

Carver Public Schools would like to thank Exxon Mobile Educational Alliance for awarding our school district a $500 grant. Carver Middle High School has been notified that our school is the recipient of  this grant to be used for maintenance and support in the area of Math and/or Science.   Jodi Dunton, Manager of New England Farms in South Carver submitted the application for the grant on behalf of our schools.

Putting for Patients

“Putting for Patients” on Sunday, February 11 from 2 – 5p in the HS Gymnasium.  Sponsored by the  Carver MHS Student Council, partnering with the Jimmy Fund.

 

$15 per adult $10 per child (under 18)
Pay at the door (cash & checks accepted – made out to the Jimmy Fund)

Teams of 2-4 Players are welcome to come play on a full mini indoor golf course at this family friendly event! Price includes:18 Holes of Mini Golf, Long Put Contest, Caricature Artist, and 10 “Opportunity Drawing” Tickets. * Refreshments available for an additional cost.

For additional information please contact Mr. Tresca at TrescaC@carver.org.

100% of event proceeds benefit Dana Farber Cancer Research. Anyone who donates $50.00 before Sunday on line will get free admission, 10 opportunity drawing tickets, and unlimited putting contest chances. 

Donate Here:
http://www.myjimmyfundevent.org/faf/donorReg/donorPledge.asp?ievent=1176404&lis=1&kntae1176404=CA6E89A0160845649FB103FC0046782C&supId=452795270&emaillogid=

We hope to see you there!

No One Leaves Hungry Benefit

Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Feb. 8, 9 and 10 at 7pm
Saturday, Feb. 10 at 2pm at Carver MHS Auditorium

No One Leaves Hungry!
a night of theater and fine dining to benefit
the Shane Gives Thanks Food Pantry.

Presented by the Carver High School Drama Club
in conjunction with the the CMHS Culinary Program

No one leaves hungry benefit

An event sure to stimulate all the senses with five one act plays, original music by Mikayla Adams matched with culinary delights from mocktails to mousse in a four course meal served throughout the performance.  All proceeds will benefit Shane Gives Thanks Food Pantry located in Carver and serving the greater Carver area with nutritious food and household goods.

Tickets are only $15 and are available in advance in the main office of Carver Middle High School, at the door on the night of the performances, or by contacting  Mr. Thomas McLean @ 508-866-6146.

Pictures courtesy of Kathryn Gallerani, Carver Reporter
Read her article in the Carver Reporter at:
http://carver.wickedlocal.com/news/20180202/no-one-leaves-hungry-performances-benefit-shane-gives-thanks-food-pantry

Screenagers, Growing Up in the Digital Age

Thursday, February 1,  Carver Middle High School will be hosting a special documentary entitled SCREENAGERS at 7:00 PM in the CMHS Auditorium.  SCREENAGERS: Growing Up in the Digital Age,  is a documentary about the biggest parenting issue of our time. 

The event is free to all Carver staff, Carver parents, and CMHS students and those interested can register HERE.
We hope you will be able to join us.  To view the trailer click HERE.

 

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