This year, our seventh graders were unable to present the Wax Museum projects they had worked on due to the school building closure. The students of Team Phoenix put together slideshows to share what they have learned about their Wax Museum figures. Many students wanted to share their work with the rest of the school/community as they would have done in school. Click the link below to view their presentations.
Team Phoenix – Grade 7 Wax Museum Presentations
Congratulations to them on their hard work in finishing up this project remotely!
Congratulations to grade 11 student, Malu Souza, who with the passing of the MCAS Math and English exams combined with the passing of the Portuguese test, has earned the Seal of Bi literacy by the state of Massachusetts. The Seal of Biliteracy (SoBL) is an award that recognizes students who have achieved proficiency in English as well as one or more additional languages, whether it be a native language, a heritage language, or an additional language learned in school or in another setting. It is a statement of accomplishment that helps to signal evidence of a student’s readiness for career and college, and to engage as a global citizen.
She was recognized by the school committee for this distinction and for the inspiration she is to the students, staff and community in Carver.
Emma Simmons hit a major milestone on Tuesday night for LCB by scoring her 1000th career point vs Norwell!
All of the players and coaches are very proud of this accomplishment as it is only the 4th time in school history that someone has done this in the girls basketball program.
What many people don’t see about Emma is how hard she worked for this. During the off season Emma usually shoots upwards to 40,000 shots on her own time, and many times very late at night when she can get gym access at local courts. Many of the 1000 points that Emma has scored have also come by way of hard drives into the paint where there is a lot of traffic and contact. These are tough points to score and Emma has never shied away from the physical aspect of the game. Emma is a two year captain for our program and has been a great leader. She leads by example and hard work. Basketball is a true passion for her. Her legacy in the LCB program will live on long after she graduates as many of our youth players in town look up to her and want to make the kind of positive impact that she has made for the program.
Congratulation to Dylan Young for being selected to serve as Carver Middle High School’s Project 351 Ambassador. An Ambassador is an 8th grade student selected by educators in their community based on an exemplary ethic of service and values of kindness, compassion, humility, and gratitude. As a member of Project 351, Ambassadors represent their family, school, and community with honor, humility, and pride. Over a year’s term, they engage with a community of peers in team-based service projects and leadership development opportunities. Last weekend, Dylan participated in Launch Day in Boston which included a day of service and celebration with all of the Project 351 Ambassadors.
On Saturday, January 11, 2020, Student Council and Best Buddies teamed together to take Walpole High School by storm for the annual Massachusetts Special Olympics State Bocce tournament.
Congratulations to the following students who were inducted into the French and Spanish National Honors Society:
Congratulations to the 2020 Geography Bee Winner, Alex Wawrzyniak – Grade 8 and the Runner-Up, Noah McGrail – Grade 6 for thier hardwork and achievement and to History Teacher and Geography Bee Organzer, Ms. Hiller for another successful event.
Alex will now take a test from the National Geographic Society and the top 100 scorers in the state will compete in the Massachusetts Geography Bee in March. Winners of the State Bees will compete in Washington D.C. in May for cash prizes, scholarships, and a trip to the Galapagos Islands.
Congratulations to all those who participated and best of luck to Alex!
Congratulations to the Boys Soccer team on their 2019 MIAA South Division 4 Team Sportsmanship Award!
Congratulations to CMHS musicians that have been selected to attend and perform in the Junior District Band and Choral Groups!
On Saturday, December 7, the Captains Council assisted in the “Wreaths Across Carver” project with other members of the Carver community. Thanks to generous donations they were able to contribute 125 wreaths to the Veterans Of Carver and help them place a wreath on every veterans grave throughout town. Special thanks also to Mrs. Leahy for her support and time with this project.
Congratulations to the 18 new members of Carver National Honor Society inducted on Wednesday, December 4.
- Luke Gregory
- Mya LaBrecque
- Gemma Marshall
- Nicholas Rogers
- Haley Spiewakowski
- Beth Stagnitta
- Margaret Battersby
- Ava Condon
- Kerry England
- Charlotte Gedraitis
- Megan Grimes
- Haley Kuchinsky
- Hannah Marino
- Cara Robers
- William Sears
- Stephen Souza
- Lauren Todd
- Brenna Weston
Congratulations to CMHS musicians that have been selected to attend and perform in the Senior District Festival!
Haley Spiewakowski (vocal)
Jasper Demello (vocal)
Mike DeSisto (instrumental)
Jacob Wilkins (instrumental)
Congratulations and thank you to seniors Aubrey Cheney, Gemma Marshall, Emma Corbin, Jacey Ruzzano and Alex Diogenes who worked together with the assistance and guidance of science teachers, Ms. Littleton and Mr. Lyman to create a rain garden at the Middle High School.
A response to a lack of biodiversity and habitat loss, the rain garden sustains by catching the rainwater from the roof which helps the garden grow and prevents the run off from polluting the vernal pools behind the school.
They have entered their project into the Lexus Eco Challenge for students addressing environmental challenges in their communities and were recognized by the school committee for their hard work and their service and commitment to the community.
During the month of October, Student Council sponsored a fundraiser for theMake a Wish Foundation of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. This is an annual event that the Carver community always represents well – between decorating classroom doors and dressing up on Halloween CMHS raised $1,000!!!! The highest total ever! Thank you everyone who raised money!
This past month the Anti Defamation League’s (ADL) World of Difference Peer Leaders under the leadership of Mrs. Winslow and Mrs. Cabral, have work with trainers from the ADL in preparation for the lessons they will lead with Middle School students. They had fun getting ready to teach a lesson called the “Lemon Activity” to our 6th grade students. Kudos on your hard work!
Mrs. Genovese’s art class recently participated in a contest to design the shirts for this year’s Edaville Rail Race to support the Dorrine Merritt Scholarship Fund. Mrs. Genovese, Billy Clark, Noah Frazier, and Jimmy Beliveau all submitted entries.
Congratulations to Haley Mann who submitted the winning design (shown below)
On Friday October 11, 2019, Mr. Tresca traveled with members of Student Council to attend a leadership conference at the College of Holy Cross to “Cook Up” some leadership by attending workshops to share ways that schools support and encourage meaningful inclusion. The following student council officers were in attendance:
Congratulations to CMHS Middle School students who were selected to participate in the Middle School Honor Band Festival at Bridgewater State University on October 3, 2019.
Congrats to M.H.S. seniors Michael DeSisto, Jared Staples, Hadi Kishbach, Hailey Young, and Lauryn Steed who were recently selected by the History Department and Principal Schultz to participate in the eleventh annual James Otis Lecture Series on Tuesday, September 24 in Boston with History Department Chair, Brian Lamoureux.
The series is presented every September by the Massachusetts chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates to help commemorate Constitution Day, the signing of the United States Constitution on September 17, and to help honor the memory of the great people who created our government. The event was held at historical Faneuil Hall in Boston.
The students have gained key insights into the framing and interpretation of the US Constitution and are now recognized as “James Otis Scholars.”
On Saturday, September 21st, 25 students and families joined Mrs. Cabral, Mr. Fies, and Mr. Wechter in picking up 60 pounds of trash around Plymouth Harbor. Data regarding the trash was sent to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute to be analyzed.
Thank you to all who participated!