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Nov. 1 – Bus Route Changes

Effective Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018 Bus 16 has been dissolved.  The following bus routes have changed:

Elementary:  E1    E3     E7
Middle High School:  MH 5   MH 3

Please see the links below for the changes on the  new bus routes and the estimated pickup and drop off times. Once again, these new routes will begin on Thursday November 1st.  Thank you!

REVISED Elementary Bus Routes: EP 1 EP 3 EP 7
REVISED Middle High  Bus Routes: MH 5 & MH 7

Dick Ward Gymnasium Dedication Ceremony

On Friday October 12th, at 7 p.m. we will be holding a formal dedication ceremony at the Elementary School Gymnasium.  The School Building Committee has dedicated the gym at the Elementary School in honor of Dick Ward.  The entire Carver community is invited to join us as we celebrate Dick who has been incredible supporter of Carver Schools and the Carver Community.

Click here for the program of the evening’s events

Carver Schools GO GOLD

On Friday, September 28, 2019 students and staff are encouraged to wear GOLD (or shades of yellow) in support of Pediatric Cancer Awareness.
As many of you know September is Pediatric Cancer Awareness month.   The Carver Community has always been a strong supporter in the fight against pediatric cancer.  Over the last several years Carver Public Schools has partnered with Wicked Good Cause, a local non profit organization, to GO GOLD for the month of September!!!  Currently all of our Fall Sports Teams are wearing gold socks, as well as many youth programs in town.

Please spread the word (flyer available for download below) and lets make our buildings GOLD for the day.  In addition to posters in the building the Middle High School will host Gold Boots in the main offices and the Middle High School lunch rooms on Friday for any and all donations that will support the cause and help to find a cure for pediatric cancer.

UPDATE: Activity Ban Lifted

This afternoon we were given new information by the Board of Health in regards to mosquitoes with the West Nile virus.  Based on the current information the Carver Board of Health has decided to lift the ban on school events and activities. The town is distributing the flyer available for download below.  

Please be advised, that the tests on mosquitoes in Carver will be conducted regularly throughout the fall and we will keep you up to date as we are provided information by the Board of Health.

Should you have any questions, please reach out to the Carver Board of Health.


From the Carver, MA Board of Health.
The Town of Carver is at MODERATE RISK for West Nile Virus

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE BAN FOR ALL ACTIVITIES BETWEEN DUSK AND DAWN HAS BEEN LIFTED 

Mosquitoes may continue to be active well into the fall and risk for mosquito-borne illness will continue until the first hard frost in your area. Hard frosts occur when temperatures fall below 28 degrees for several hours.

Do all you can to prevent the bite:

  • Avoid outdoor activities Dusk to Dawn
  • Wear Insect Repellent when outdoors – even during the day
  • Remove Standing water

For more information, please see the MA Department of Public Health web site: www.mass.gov/dph

 

 

Town of Carver at Moderate Risk for West Nile

We were notified this morning that a few mosquitoes in Carver have tested positive for the West Nile virus.  As a result, the Board of Health and the School Department have placed a ban on all outdoor activities or events in Carver between dusk and dawn effective immediately.

Please note the information below and the flyer from the Board of Health in Carver.  School events that are scheduled to be indoors are not cancelled – only events planned to be primarily outdoors after dusk in Carver.  Groups or teams that have an evening event or game in another town do not need to be rescheduled.  Any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to the Board


From the Carver, MA Board of Health.
The Town of Carver is at MODERATE RISK for West Nile Virus

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THERE IS A BAN IN EFFECT FOR ALL OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES BETWEEN DUSK AND DAWN.

Mosquitoes may continue to be active well into the fall and risk for mosquito-borne illness will continue until the first hard frost in your area. Hard frosts occur when temperatures fall below 28 degrees for several hours.

Do all you can to prevent the bite:

  • Avoid outdoor activities Dusk to Dawn
  • Wear Insect Repellent when outdoors – even during the day
  • Remove Standing water

For more information, please see the MA Department of Public Health web site: www.mass.gov/dph



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