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GIFT CARD FUNDRAISER
Sponsored by the CMHS PTO

We know this is an unusual time for students and families alike.  And it may seem unusual for us to offer a fundraising opportunity at this time, but it seems like the perfect fundraiser for this moment.

This is an online gift card fundraiser.  You can order online & print from your home or keep in an online wallet.  You can gift to graduates, moms for belated Mother’s Day gifts or dads for Father’s Day, essential workers or first responders, families in need, or just grab some gift cards to places you would normally shop anyway.  You simply buy the eGift Cards at face value like normal & a percentage of your purchase comes right back to CMHS PTO, so we don’t miss the opportunity to continue contributing to grade level events, teacher needs, & scholarships!

The perfect fundraiser for a time where staying at home but staying connected matters so much!  Next school year, when things hopefully return to mostly normal, we will be able to add in the option to order a physical gift card, but eGift Cards is definitely the way to go right now.

Great Lake Scrip is easy to use, but certainly if you have any questions, I will do my best to get you the answers.  You can contact me at [email protected] 

Thank you for supporting us, the CMHS PTO, through this fundraiser.  And thank you, also, for continuing to support our students and community in whatever way you can!

Sincerely,
Kim Clark, CMHS PTO Treasurer

Please see the resources below for additional information!

 


FAMILY BINGO NIGHT 
Sponsored by the Crusader Athletic Boosters

2020 STICKER SHOCK CONTEST

Carver Cares and the Caring Crusaders invite YOU to participate in our Sticker Shock Contest that aims to address underage drinking.

As a way for students to get involved, we are looking for YOUR creativity to design a sticker to be posted on coolers in local liquor store establishments. The goal of these stickers is to prevent adults from buying alcohol for minors. All design submissions will be voted upon and the winning sticker will be used in the 2020 Campaign. The designer of the winning sticker will also receive a prize.

In the Spring of 2020, the Caring Crusaders will work closely with Carver Cares, the town’s substance use prevention coalition, to roll out the campaign. Those interested in helping to disseminate the stickers to participating liquor stores should contact Merielle Paul

What is the criteria for the stickers’ design?

  • Stickers should include a positive message.  For example, a positive message may be: “Make the right choice. For you and for them. Don’t buy alcohol for minors.”  A negative message, for example, may be: “Underage drinking kills. Don’t buy for minors.”

  • Include Penalties for buying alcohol for minors. Up to one year in jail and/ or $2,000 in fines

  • Include the Carver Cares and/or Caring Crusader logo. Please contact Merielle Paul for logos.
  • The sticker can be no larger than 5×5 in size.
  • Design must be submitted electronically. You may use graphic design software tools to create the sticker. Ex: Canva, Publisher, InDesign.

Designs must be submitted via email to Merielle Paul no later than Friday, January 31, 2020.

Questions? Contact Merielle Paul at 508-542-6992 (call/text)
Facebook: @Carver Cares Instagram: @PlymouthCluster

 

HEARTS FOR HOSPICE – COMMUNITY SERVICE

Student Government Grades 6-8 is participating in the Hearts for Hospice Challenge.  We ask all students to follow the attached guidelines and create at least 1 card for a hospice patient.  Our challenge ends Friday, February 8th. We invite all friends and family members to join in. Card guidelines are attached.  Cards should be dropped off in Mr. Wechter’s room 112.   Please see the image for guidelines:



This message was sent to grade 6-8 students, however, all are invited to participate!

Thank you,
Mr. Sullivan & Mr. Wechter, Student Government Advisors 

 


OPERATION SHOEBOX COMMUNITY SERVICE


All students and staff 6-12 are encouraged to participate in donating items for care packages for our soldiers that will be assembled on Crusader Day as part of the giving back to charity. Donations can be dropped in any of the bins around the school



WREATHS ACROSS CARVER – COMMUNITY SERVICE

Captains Council and Student Council are working with a Veterans Group from the Town of Carver to collect 266 wreaths to  be placed on every Veterans grave for the Holiday Season. 

What can you do to help?

We are looking for wreath donations from students or staff that would like to help. The wreaths should be a plain green wreath with a red bow any size over 9″ is welcomed.  Artificial green wreaths are ok as well.  Captains Council and Student Council will be collecting wreaths or money to be put towards them in the next few weeks. A table will be set up in Athletic Foyer to accept any donated wreaths.

This is a great school wide project for students to participate in. They can donate individually, by teams, or homerooms . Donations must be received by December 6th. 

Juniors can receive one hour of Community Service for wreath donation and two hours for placing wreaths on graves on Saturday December 7th (Pearl Harbor Day) at Union Cemetery. 
 
Thank you for any help in making this successful.

 
 
 

MAMMA MIA’S FUNDRAISER – M.H.S. PTO

On Monday, November 18th stop by Mamma Mia’s on Main Street in Carver to support the Carver Middle High School PTO!

10% of the proceeds with be donated back to the Carver Middle High School PTO to help fund activities as well as make donations throughout the year!

We look forward to seeing everyone come out!


SCRUB IT CAR WASH FUNDRAISER – M.H.S. PTO

On Saturday, November 16th Stop by Scrub-it Car Wash on Main Street in Carver to support the Carver Middle High School PTO!

10% of the proceeds with be donated back to the Carver Middle High School PTO to help fund activities as well as make donations throughout the year!

We look forward to seeing everyone come out!


BOON SUPPLY FUNDRAISER – GRADE 6

On Tuesday, October 15th the 6th grade class kicked off the first fundraiser – Boon Supply – to help with the cost of the Camp Bournedale trip.

Forty (40%) percent of each student’s total sales will be deducted from the price of the trip, The fundraiser runs from 10/15/19 – 10/30/19.  Thank you for your support


MIDDLE SCHOOL YANKEE CANDLE FUNDRAISER

September 26 through October 11

We are partnering with Yankee Candle® Fundraising to help support Crusader Pride and other Middle School celebrations throughout the year. They are the world’s #1 candle brand and they offer a wide range of premium candles, fragrances, and décor items at a very wide range of prices. But the most important thing to know is that a percentage of every sale goes to us!  The middle school Yankee Candle Fundraiser begins Friday, September 26 and goes through October 11.  This fundraiser replaces the magazine drive we have done in the past. Thank you for your support!! 




SAT. SEP. 28:  ANNUAL MATTRESS FUNDRAISER


September 28, 2019 @ 10:00 a – 5:00p
Carver Middle High School Gymnasium

On Saturday, September 28th, Carver Middle High School Athletic and Student Government Departments are pleased to host their 2nd Annual Mattress Sale!   This sale was very successful last year in which they raised $2360 in 1 day.   Spread the word to extended family, co-workers, neighbors and friends. You will be very surprised at how many people are in need of a mattress.

For more information: text “Carver” to 797979
for Facebook link #Beds4Carver

 


WED. SEP. 18:  ANNUAL CARVER CARES VIGIL

September 18, 2019 @ 6:30 p
Carver Middle High School Auditorium


WED. AUG. 28:  FRESHMEN ORIENTATION

August 28, 2019 @ 10:30 a – 1:00 p 
Carver Middle High School Auditorium

Freshmen Orientation Letter

Students are invited to join teachers, counselors and administrators at our first annual 9th grade student orientation day on Wednesday, August 28th at 10:30 a.m. School staff will be available to provide answers to any burning questions you may have about Carver High School and the new school year. Students will learn about classes and credits, the difference between middle and high school and getting involved in high school life. Enjoy team-building activities with your prospective teachers and make new connections during a cookout lunch. Students can touch base with main office staff, administration and guidance counselors and receive information regarding clubs, activities, sports and everything that Carver High School has to offer.

10:30 -10:45: Welcome and overview 
10:45 -11:45: Team-building
11:45 -12:15: Lunch
12:15 -1:00: Freshmen Basics

 


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