Parent Teacher ConferencesPosted Wednesday, October 7 by Gina Marie Rush
Once again for the convenience of our students, parents and our teachers, conference scheduling will be done ONLINE! DIRECTIONS FOR ONLINE SCHEDULING: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F084FA5A92AA4FA7-parent/25461087 STEP 1: SIGN UP Click the “Sign Up” buttons next to the slots you want to sign up for. Staff is listed alphabetically – for easy navigation, use CTRL “F” to search […]Read More...
School Field SurveyPosted Wednesday, September 30 by Gina Marie Rush
Carver Public Schools are currently completing a feasibility study on the Track and Field Complex at the Carver Middle High School. As part of this comprehensive study we are seeking feedback from the community about your current track and field usage and your feeling on the current need of improvements to this facility. Please take […]Read More...
James Otis ScholarsPosted Friday, September 18 by Brian Lamoureux
CMHS seniors Conor Blomquist, Jonah Puskar, Arianna Rozen, Carley Ryan, and Gabrielle Tracey were selected by the History Department and Principal Knief to participate in the eighth annual James Otis Lecture Series at the Massachusetts State House in Boston. This series is presented every September by the Massachusetts chapter of the American Board of Trial […]Read More...
School Lunch IncreasePosted Friday, September 18 by Annmarie Metrano
All School Lunches will increase by 15 cents as of October 1, 2015. Elementary Lunches will be $2.40 and Middle High School will be $2.65. School Lunch Increase LetterRead More...
First HarvestPosted Thursday, September 10 by Brian Lamoureux
This summer, Carley Ryan, student coordinator and project originator of Carver’s Living Learning Laboratory, harvested the first crop of veggies and provided the Council on Aging fresh organically grown produce for their seniors’ lunches. Student volunteers planted a diverse late spring crop that includes varieties of tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, potatoes, squashes and herbs. Seedlings were […]Read More...
Grades 6 – 12 HomeroomsPosted Monday, August 24 by Gina Marie Rush
Please see the link below to view the Grades 6 – 12 Homeroom Assignments for the 2015-2016 school year. Please note: New students not listed will be given a homeroom assignment upon registration. Reminders: Middle School Building Walk: Aug 25 or Aug 27 from 10 – 11:30 This is a self guided tour geared towards […]Read More...
Back to School InformationPosted Monday, August 17 by Gina Marie Rush
Although there are still two weeks of the summer vacation left, we are busy here preparing for another great school year. Letters containing important information for the new school year can be expected in the mail this week. These letters include instructions on how to access your student’s schedule through JupiterGrades. When accessing this […]Read More...
Middle High School Supply ListPosted Monday, August 17 by Gina Marie Rush
Unlike the Elementary school, the students at the Middle High School are not given supply lists before the start of each school year. The various schedules make it difficult to mainstream a supply list – however each teacher will be informing your students of the materials needed for their class at the start of the […]Read More...
Fall Sports Registration NightPosted Monday, August 3 by Mike Schultz
Fall Sports Registration Night will be on Tuesday August 18th at 6:30 PM in the CMHS Auditorium. All sign ups should be completed online at https://www.familyid.com/organizations/carver-middle-high-school-athletics. Starting August 1st we will be offering an online payment option. All Schedules are up to date on http://schedules.schedulestar.com/Carver-Middle-High-School-Carver-MA/day/09-25-2014/Read More...
New Student Registration- Grades 6-12Posted Tuesday, July 14 by Amy Gould
Registration dates have been set for new (transfer) students at Carver Middle High School (grades 6 -12). Parent/guardians are reminded to make arrangements to forward the following documents for registration: Academic record from previous school, Massachusetts transfer card, medical records, discipline file, attendance records, and I.E.P. if applicable. Also, proof of residency and copy of […]Read More...
NO SCHOOLPosted Monday, August 25 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.