Crusader News

  • BSU High School Honors Band
    Posted 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 […]

  • Holiday Concerts-Elementary, Middle, & High
    Posted 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 […]

  • VEX Robotics Team Wins First in Competition
    Posted 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 […]

  • YPAC (Young People’s Alliance of Carver)
    Posted Sunday, January 4 by Meredith Cargill

    YPAC is relocating to the Middle High School.  YPAC activities will resume in February.

  • Unified Bocce Ball!
    Posted Wednesday, November 19 by Brian Lamoureux

    On Saturday, November 15, 2014 23 unified high students from both student council and the PreVocational program came together to compete against 10 other area high schools in unified Bocce Ball at Whitman Hanson High School.  Thank you to everyone who came out and had a great time.  ~ Mr Tresca

  • MHS Quarterly Water Report
    Posted Friday, November 14 by Annmarie Metrano

    Important Information about Manganese in Drinking Water. MHS Quarterly Water Report

  • Yik Yak App
    Posted Thursday, November 13 by Gina Marie Rush

    Students have dramatically increased their use of a phone app called Yik Yak. This app allows users make anonymous posts which can be viewed by anyone else with Yik Yak who is within approximately 2 miles. It appears that almost all of the posts made on Yik Yak in this area have been made by […]

  • UPDATE: Costumes for a Cure / Penny Wars
    Posted Tuesday, November 4 by Gina Marie Rush

    To all students, parents and staff who participated , helped and/or donated this past Halloween week, Thank You!! Between Costumes for a Cure (Halloween Day) and Penny Wars (October 27-31) Carver Middle High School was able to raise $775.69 to donate to Make a Wish America. Special thanks and recognition to two groups who really helped out a […]

  • UPDATE: 2014 Turkey Trot
    Posted Tuesday, November 4 by Gina Marie Rush

    The 2014 Turkey Trot was a huge success.   We collected more food items than we have since 2008!  This year we had more runners than ever and had some outstanding performances by our students. The high school volunteers were great and we even had a guest appearance from our chief turkey, Mrs.  Kathy Moore […]

  • Dracula Performance-Nov. 6th-8th
    Posted Monday, November 3 by Brian Lamoureux

    Come see Carver High School Drama Club’s terrifying performance of Dracula. November 6th-8th at 7PM in the auditorium. Tickets: $7 students/seniors and $10 adults. Don’t miss it!

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  • School Committee Meeting

    Posted Monday, September 29 by Annmarie Metrano

    Carver School Committee Monthly Meeting.  Open to the Public.

  • 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.
    We will:
    .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

  • Students will:
    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

  • Students will:
    1. Treat all members of the school community with respect.
    2. Participate in the school community beyond the classroom on an ongoing basis.

    Social Expectations

  • Students will:
    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.

    Civic Expectations