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E. Tillson Pratt Fund

Carver Public Schools thank the E. Tillson Pratt Trust for making a generous donation to the Carver Educational Foundation.   E. Tillson Pratt was a teacher and educator in Carver who established a trust to be used for the benefit of the students of the Carver Public Schools.  Throughout the years, interest earned from the trust has been dispersed in support of our students. The current trustees have decided to dissolve the trust and make a one-time donation to the Carver Education Foundation in the amount of $17,622. Some of that money will be used for the Elementary  School walking trail and some will be used to offer for grants.

MHS receives Exxon Mobile Educational Alliance grant

Carver Public Schools would like to thank Exxon Mobile Educational Alliance for awarding our school district a $500 grant. Carver Middle High School has been notified that our school is the recipient of  this grant to be used for maintenance and support in the area of Math and/or Science.   Jodi Dunton, Manager of New England Farms in South Carver submitted the application for the grant on behalf of our schools.

Pre-School Role Model Screenings

The Carver Public Schools’ Preschool Program, located at the Carver Elementary School, will be begin scheduling appointments on Monday, September 18, 2017, for screenings for role model slots for the 2017-2018 school year.  Screenings will be held on Friday, September 29 and Friday, October 20 between 12:30 and 2:00.

A screening is required for acceptance into the program. Children considered are those who do not currently receive special education services and are not in need of special education services. Applicants are expected to demonstrate age appropriate skills (within 6 months) in the areas of speech and language, cognitive/school readiness, fine and gross motor development, and social/emotional and behavioral development. In addition, a child must have been at least 3 years of age by September 1, 2017 and toilet trained.  They must also be a resident of Carver and families must provide transportation to and from the program.  Those children found eligible will be entered into a lottery.  Appropriate role model students who are not selected in the lottery will be placed on a waiting list.  Please note that slots are limited.

This program for role model students is a fee based program.  We offer 2, 3, and 4 half day sessions; the fee for each half day is $12.00.

If you would like to schedule an appointment, please contact Pauline Lopez at (508) 866-6220 or Kelly Yenulevich at (508) 866-6210.

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