Art Show, Oct. 25thPosted Monday, October 20 by Brian Lamoureux
A message from Ms. Percell: Art You Afraid? Join us for Spooky Fun!! October 25th 4-6pm, Carver Middle High School Contests, displays, treats, and more Free Admission, but we are accepting canned goods for donation to the Carver Food Bank. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgRead 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...
HEALTH UPDATE – Enterovirus D68Posted Thursday, September 25 by Annmarie Metrano
Please click on this link for important information on ENTEROVIRUS D68 This fact sheet has been provided by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.Read More...
Schoolwide ALS Challenge!Posted Friday, September 19 by Gina Marie Rush
Click here the link below to see our Administrators Accept the Ice Bucket Challenge! IMG_0914 With the leadership and assistance of the Junior Class Advisors, Roger Tait and Deborah Sousa, the Administrators of Carver Middle High School accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge from the Carver Elementary School and are now challenging the students to also […]Read More...
Grades 6 – 12 HomeroomsPosted Monday, August 25 by Gina Marie Rush
Grades 6-12 homerooms can be found by clicking the “Read More” link below. They are also listed on CCAT (Carver Community Access Television). Unfortunately the CMHS Homerooms were not listed in the Carver Reporter last week and we are terribly sorry for any inconvenience. We are looking forward to a great school year!! CMHS Grades 6-12 […]Read More...
Students going into 6th-12th Grade Required Summer ReadingPosted Friday, June 20 by Brian Lamoureux
Please click on the link at the bottom of the left hand column titled “Summer Reading” for more information.Read More...
Carver Middle High School Spring ConcertPosted Thursday, May 22 by CarverPS
The Carver Middle High School’s instrumentalists and vocalists delighted an auditorium filled with family and friends at their recently held annual spring concert. Before the musicians took the stage, CMHS Principal Scott Knief welcomed the audience and took a moment to recognize several graduating seniors for being such strong leaders in their school and community. […]Read More...
Carver Musicians Earn Top Honors At Great East FestivalPosted Wednesday, May 21 by CarverPS
Approximately 180 enthusiastic Carver Middle High School instrumentalists and vocalists trekked out to Minnechaug Regional High School in Wilbraham on May 16th to participate in the 2014 Great East Festival. Hundreds of schools from throughout the northeast including the Mid-Atlantic States come to this annual event. Performances are held at several locations on Fridays and […]Read More...
Bridge Contest WinnersPosted Thursday, May 15 by CarverPS
Four students from Carver Middle High School were recognized for finishing in the top 20 for the 12th Annual Ralph Salvucci Online Bridge Contest run by the Boston Society of Civil Engineers. The contest was open for Massachusetts students as a Sub-Contest of the National Engineering Encounters Bridge Design Contest. The winners were as follows: […]Read More...
Parent Teacher ConferencesPosted Friday, October 3 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.