Civics Bee-Area Schools CompetePosted Monday, March 23 by Brian Lamoureux
This past Sunday (March 22nd) four Carver Juniors–Arianna Rozen, Carley Ryan, Gabrielle Tracey, & Monica Walcek-participated in the first annual Civics Bee sponsored by the Plymouth chapter of the League of Women’s voters. The League’s mission is to encourage informed an active participation in government. Coached by Mr. Brendan Cully, the CMHS students competed against […]Read More...
Pre-School Role Model ScreeningsPosted Tuesday, March 3 by Annmarie Metrano
The Carver Public Schools Preschool Program will be scheduling appointments for preschool screenings for role model slots for the 2015-2016 school year beginning March 2 through April 5. The program is located at the Carver Elementary School. The child must be 3 (by September 1, 2015) or 4 years of age and toilet trained. The […]Read More...
CMHS Parent Teacher Conferences-3/5. ONLINE SIGN-UPSPosted Monday, February 23 by Brian Lamoureux
Carver Middle High School This spring, for the convenience of you, our students and our teachers, conference scheduling will be done ONLINE . Sign-up: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f084fa5a92aa4fa7-parent Whether you have one student or multiple – all conferences can be scheduled at once. Click the link/open the website above. Directions are provided. created by: Scott KniefRead More...
YPAC Sign-Up for Sunday, Feb. 15th CancelledPosted Friday, February 13 by Annmarie Metrano
YPAC’s after-school program sign-up for kids in 6th to 8th grades scheduled for Sunday February 15th from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. has been CANCELLED due to the impending snow storm.Read More...
YPAC Opening and Sign-ups at Carver Middle High SchoolPosted Thursday, February 12 by Brian Lamoureux
YPAC’s after-school program sign-up times for kids in 6th to 8th grades are scheduled for Sunday February 15th from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. and Saturday February 21 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at YPAC’s new home in the former CCAT television studio at the Carver Middle/High School. Daily attendance is not mandatory. YPAC will open its doors on […]Read More...
Weather-Related StatementPosted Monday, February 9 by Meredith Cargill
School canceled for today, Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015, due to excessive snow. There will be no school committee meeting Tuesday evening.Read More...
Weather-Related StatementPosted Sunday, February 1 by Meredith Cargill
The early-release day scheduled for 2/3/2015 has been moved to 2/5/2015. Thank you for your understanding. The following is a list of rescheduled games due to weather related cancellations, Boys Basketball vs. Cohasset was Jan 27th will be played on Feb. 11th at Carver (Senior Night) 5/6:30 PM Boys Basketball vs. Hull cancelled today will […]Read More...
BSU High School Honors BandPosted Friday, January 9 by Brian Lamoureux
Congratulations to Carley Ryan, Nick Falzarano, Liam Archer, Paul Butts who have been selected for the Bridgewater State University High School Honor Band. The Honor Band is a compilation of the finest HS performers from across the state. Students will participate in a day of rehearsals on 2/12/15 at BSU and give a concert for […]Read More...
Holiday Concerts-Elementary, Middle, & HighPosted Wednesday, January 7 by Brian Lamoureux
Tis the season to be jolly…With the auditorium filled with holiday spirit, Carver instrumentalists and vocalists took to the stage at the CMHS auditorium on several evenings. On December 9th, Mr. Jeremy Teunis and the High School concert band captivated the audience with their musical selections to kick off the holiday season. With such pieces […]Read More...
VEX Robotics Team Wins First in CompetitionPosted Tuesday, January 6 by Brian Lamoureux
“TARDIS,” “Durfee Destroyers,” “Globots,” …these are just some of the robots that descended on Carver to compete in Carver Middle High School’s first ever VEX competition. On December 13th, nine teams from five towns competed in timed relays, maze races, bean bag battles, and a challenge aptly named “Swept Away” that requires the “bots” to […]Read More...
GRADE 8 – PARCC TESTINGPosted Tuesday, February 24 by Gina Marie Rush Read More...
As partners with the community in the evolutionary process of education we believe in our students’ importance as individuals and their capacity for future success.
.Provide a safe environment with challenging, diverse, and increasingly complex learning opportunities.
.Recognize the unique intellectual, social and emotional needs of all of our students.
.Inspire our students to become respectful and responsible citizens.
.Develop relationships with the community through service and by sharing our academic, athletic, and artistic accomplishments.
.Empower our students to be life-long learners and successful in an ever-changing world.
Core Values and Beliefs
1. Apply a variety of critical reading and comprehension skills to multiple formats.
2. Access and select information critically and ethically to construct knowledge, make decisions, solve problems, and create new ideas.
3. Use collaboration skills effectively in a variety of settings.
4. Write with clarity, purpose and understanding of audience.
5. Present with clarity, purpose and understanding of audience.
For rubrics, click "Learn" image above
21st Century Learning Expectations
1. Treat all members of the school community with respect.
2. Participate in the school community beyond the classroom on an ongoing basis.
1. Be respectful of the individual and cultural differences of all members of the global community.
2. Contribute to the community through service to others. 3. Use school equipment and facilities responsibly.