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Special Ed Parent Advisory Council Openings

The State Department of Education requires districts have a Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC).  The role of this Council is to provide input to the School Committee, Superintendent, and Director of Special Education regarding the District’s special education services and programs.

The District is seeking officers for SEPAC.  The Council should meet a minimum of three times per year and ideally have members who would participate in other parent and district advisory groups such as the PTO, the Elementary and Middle/High School Advisory Councils. 

At this time through 12/20/19 we will accept names of parents interested in being nominated for the following SEPAC roles:

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Secretary

If you are interested in running for one or more of these positions, please submit your name, contact information and position interest to Lisa Dishaw, SpEd Administrative Assistant at dishawl@carver.org or 508.866.6190.

If you have questions or want more information, please contact Karen Teichert, SpEd Director, at teichertk@carver.org or 508.866.6190 or Carol Spiewakowski, current SEPAC Officer, at 508.320.2555.

Advertising Opportunity @ Carver Public Schools

Please see the attached flyer for information on how you can advertise your business at Carver Public Schools fields and gymnasiums and also offer your support Carver Public Schools!

Please note School Committee Policy KHB approved on 1/14/2019 for additional information on regulations and guidelines.

TO  INQUIRE OR APPLY PLEASE CONTACT:
Brad Brothers, Chief Operations and Finance Officer
(508) 866-6110  BrothersB@carver.org

Thank you for your support of Carver Public Schools!

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NOV. 4 – EEE Ban UPDATED: 4pm – 7am

OCTOBER 1 – REVISED TIME LIMITS TO ACTIVITY BAN / CURFEW

Please see the notice below from the Board of Health:

The Board of Health, at our meeting on Tuesday night 10/22, voted to advise residents to continue to follow Massachusetts Department of Public Health guidelines to reduce the risk of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) and West Nile Virus, including restricting outdoor activities after dusk. Carver’s EEE risk remains at CRITICAL LEVEL” until a wide spread hard freeze, which consists of temperatures below 28 degrees for a minimum of 4 consecutive hours, occurs.

Nov. 2nd marks the end of daylight saving. So effective Sunday, Nov. 3rd, the ban on outdoor activities will begin at 4:00 pm and extend until 7:00 am.

We will continue to monitor the weather conditions and once the hard freeze is confirmed by MDPH and the “State of Emergency” is lifted, we will let everyone know. We appreciate your continued cooperation.

Art Borden, Chairman
Eric Mueller, Member
Barry Callis, Member

BOH update 11.1 (1)

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