The School Committee approved the 2018-2019 school year calendar at their meeting on Monday, March 12, 2018.
Of note: Students (grades 1-12) will return AFTER Labor Day on September 4th. Kindergarten and Pre-School students start on September 10th. 2018-2019 Approved Calendar
The Athletic Booster Club is once again hosting Bingo Night this Thursday, January 11th in the Middle High School cafeteria starting at 6pm. Bingo cards and pizza are only $1! Come show your support for the Crusaders and possibly win some great prizes like an Xbox, a Hoverboard or Celtics tickets!
Due to the impending snow storm, Superintendent Knief has announced all Carver Public Schools will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, January 4th.
The School Committee voted to approve a 10 cent increase to breakfast and lunch prices for the upcoming school year at their 8/21/17 meeting.
New prices: MHS: Breakfast-$1.75; Lunch-$2.75 and
CES: Breakfast-$1.75; Lunch-$2.50.
Menus have been posted to Food Service page.
Bus Routes for the 2017-2018 school year are posted below and also on Transportation Page. Please note to check your student’s bus route as some changes have been made from previous year.
2017-2018 ELEMENTARY BUS ROUTES
2017-2018 MHS ROUTES
The Carver School Committee August meeting has been changed to August 21st. -7 p.m. , Town Hall. Agenda will be posted soon.
Please contact the Superintendent of School’s Office at
508-866-6190 or email@example.com with any questions.
Fall Sports Registration Night will be held on August 15th at 6 PM in the Auditorium.
The following Junior Varsity Programs will be offered in the Fall of 2017:
JV Boys and Girls Soccer
The following sports will only have a Varsity Team based on the number of participants but all students can participate:
Download the new MIAA App., up to date schedule information MIAA App.
For up to date changes please follow us on twitter @CarverCrusaders or MIAA App.
The United Parish in Carver will host COREY’s CAUSE on Tuesday, August 1, 2017 at 7 p.m. Cory’s story is so different because he DID survive his overdose; it’s a story of turning “Adversity to Advocacy” and their goal is to stop kids from trying drugs by showing them what it looks like when you survive. Clink link for more information: CORY’s CAUSE