Unified Boccee 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 TrescaRead More...
MHS Quarterly Water ReportPosted Friday, November 14 by Annmarie Metrano
Important Information about Manganese in Drinking Water. MHS Quarterly Water ReportRead More...
Yik Yak AppPosted 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 […]Read More...
UPDATE: Costumes for a Cure / Penny WarsPosted 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 […]Read More...
UPDATE: 2014 Turkey TrotPosted 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 […]Read More...
Dracula Performance-Nov. 6th-8thPosted 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!Read More...
CARVER HIGH SCHOOL BAND PLAYS AT GILLETTE STADIUM FOR UMASS BAND DAY !!Posted Wednesday, October 29 by Brian Lamoureux
Carver High School band members, once again, had an amazing opportunity on October 18th to play alongside 78 Massachusetts high school marching bands during the half time show of the UMass-Eastern Michigan football game at the Patriots home turf of Gillette Stadium. Whether they were experienced Band Day participants or new members to this amazing […]Read More...
PENNY WARS/COSTUMES FOR A CUREPosted Friday, October 24 by Gina Marie Rush
High School student council (teaming with NHS) has organized a school wide fundraiser week for Make a Wish Foundation. “Make-A-Wish® grants the wish of a child diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition in the United States and its territories, on average, every 38 minutes.” beginning next Monday (October 27th) the high school students will compete in […]Read More...
FLAG DONATIONPosted Tuesday, October 14 by Annmarie Metrano
Carver Public Schools thanks the following annual donors of the U.S. flags proudly displayed at the following schools: Elementary School – E.K. Washburn Campus – thank you, Carver Jewelers. Elementary School – Gov. John Carver Campus – thank you, Country Veterinary Clinic and Middle High School – thank you, Blair Insurance Agency.Read More...
Ice Bucket Challenge UPDATE & PICTURESPosted Wednesday, October 1 by Gina Marie Rush
First and foremost, we want to express our most sincere gratitude to: You, the parents and guardians for your support and generosity! the Carver Fire Department for their assistance in filling 450 buckets with water – it was quite a task! The Home Depot in Plymouth who let us use 450 of their signature orange […]Read More...
Thanksgiving RecessPosted Monday, September 29 by Annmarie Metrano
Holiday – NO SCHOOL – All Grades PK-12Read 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.
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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.