CRADLES to CRAYONS
March 25 – April 5
Grade 8 Project 351 Student Ambassador, PJ Attaya is conducting a clothing drive to support the Cradles to Crayons organization. Please consider donating new or gently used children’s clothing to support this project. There are drop off bins outside of the guidance offices at Carver Middle High School. Donations will be accepted until April 4th.
Thursday, March 28th at 7 pm. It will take place in the auditorium – tickets are $5 at the door.
The seniors would love to see you in the audience. It’s always a great show full of hilarious skits and memorable performances. Favorites that never seem to get old are: You Know You’re From Carver When and Teachers Read Mean Tweets. New this year you will laugh along to the skits Slam Poetry Reading, APUSH, and Please, Mrs. Leahy among others and you really don’t want to miss our talented musicians! We hope to see you there!
MARCH MUSIC MADNESS
Wednesday, March 27th @ 7pm in the CMHS cafeteria
An evening of entertainment presented by the CMHS Music Department.
2019 featured performers include:
The CHS Jazz Ensemble, Chris Showan, Mel Singer, Kailyn D’Antonio-Smith, Jacob Wilkins, Haley Spiewakowski, Michael DeSisto, Steph Flores, Olivia Rush, Beth Stagnitta, and many more!!
Tickets will be sold at the door. Food and drink will be sold throughout the evening. All proceeds benefit the Carver Music Boosters Scholarship Fund!
We would love for you, family, and friends to join us for an evening that features and celebrates our many talented music students!
AND THEN THERE WERE NONE
CMHS Drama Club Presents:
Agatha Christies’ “And Then There Were None”
Friday, March 22nd and Saturday, March 23rd @ 7pm
in the CMHS auditorium. Tickets are $10 at the door.
All proceeds will benefit Shane Gives Thanks Food Pantry.
HEARTS FOR HOSPICE
Student Government Grades 6-8 voted to partake in a community service project – the Hearts for Hospice Challenge. We will be making homemade Valentines cards for patients at Beacon Hospice in Plymouth. We invite all friends and family members to join in.
HOW TO HELP:
Make valentine cards appropriate for adult patients. They don’t have to be fancy — it’s the thought that counts!
General Guidelines for the cards:
- Cards should be 5″X7″ or smaller.
- No store bought cards please.
- No glitter on cards for safety reasons.
- No food attached to cards.
- Do not place cards in envelopes for patient’s ease in opening them.
- Don’t forget to use your sense of humor. Laughter can be the best medicine!
- Avoid religious references to allow distribution to all of our diverse patient groups.
- Avoid “Get well soon!” messages….
Other Ways to Help
- Create a list of additional messages of hope and cheerful quotes and share them with Mr. Wechter.
- Donate unwanted card making arts and crafts supplies.
Deadline for cards for 2019 is February 8th!
A collection box is located in the main office.
THURS. JAN 17: HARLEM WIZARDS VS. FACULTY GAME
The Harlem Wizards vs. the Carver Crushers! Who are the Carver Crushers? An unbelievable basketball team packed with your favorite teachers from CES and CMHS.
Tip-off will be at 6:30 PM with doors opening at 5:30 PM. Purchase your discounted tickets in advance (prices to be determined) at the CES and CMHS offices and online at http://www.harlemwizards.com/schedule-tickets/
If available, tickets at the door will be for sale at the door. A limited amount of Courtside Plus and Reserved tickets will also available online only. All online purchases will be charged a $.99 cent ticket processing fee per ticket.
THE ONLINE BOX OFFICE WILL CLOSE AT 11:59PM THE NIGHT PRIOR TO THE GAME.
WED. DEC 5: BUBBLE SOCCER
HS Concert (9-12): December 11 – 7p
MS Concert (6-8): December 18 – 7p
FRI. & SAT. NOV 16 & 17: HS DRAMA PRESENTS:
Once on this Island
Friday, November 16, 7p – Saturday, November 17, 7p
Admission: $10 – Tickets sold at the door.
A Caribbean adaptation of the popular fairy tale, The Little Mermaid that is fun for the whole family!
Ti Moune, a peasant girl, rescues a wealthy boy from the other side of the island, Daniel, with whom she falls in love. Unbeknownst to Ti Moune, the pompous gods who preside over the island make a bet with one another over which is stronger, love or death, the stakes being Ti Moune’s life.
Once on this Island is from the Tony Award-winning songwriting team of Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty (Seussical, Ragtime)
WED. NOV 21: ALUMNI BREAKFAST
Our annual Alumni Breakfast will be held next Wed. Nov. 21st from 9 – 10 a.m. Last year’s graduates have been invited to return to CMHS to share what life is like after high school.
TUES. OCT 16: CARVER CARES VIGIL
All are welcome to attend the 2nd Annual Overdose Vigil by Candlelight hosted by Carver Cares on Tuesday, October 16, from 6p – 8p at Carver Middle High School. This night will commemorate those lives lost to substance use disorders and give hope to those still struggling. There will be speakers, music, a memorial slideshow and resource tables.
WED. OCT. 24: CARVE FOR A CURE
Come join us for the Carve for a Cure Art Show and Fundraiser on Wed. Oct 24th, 2018 from 4-7pm in the middle school lobby. We are looking for carved pumpkins to be entered into the contest; $3 entry fee per pumpkin. Proceeds will be donated to the Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition.
Pumpkins may be dropped off at the school anytime on Wednesday Oct. 24th, 2018. Winners announced at 6:30pm that night.
WED. OCT. 31: TURKEY TROT
October 31, 2018 @ 12:30 Carver Middle School is hosting the 25th annual Turkey Trot for students in grades 6-8!
TURKEY TROT RACE WELCOMES PARENTS AND ALUMNI In celebration of the 25th year we are inviting parents and former graduates to run the 1 mile race. If you are interested in participating please sign up at the link below: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/508044ba9a928aaff2-25th
TURKEY TROT CAN DRIVE As we celebrate 25 years of the Carver Middle School Turkey Trot and Can Drive Donation – we have set a school wide goal of 2500 donations to celebrate this milestone year! The Food Drive takes place Wednesday 10/17 – Wednesday 10/31 and donations will be brought to the Shane Gives Thanks Food Pantry in Carver. If you and your students are planning to donate – please consider the following guidelines:
- Only non-perishable items will be accepted. example: canned food, sealed boxes, etc.
- Toiletries are acceptable. example: new toothbrushes, sealed packages of soap, shampoo, etc.
- Pet food is acceptable.
- No expired products, candy or Ramen Noodles, please.
- For students participating: 1 item = 1 Turkey Ticket which can be entered into a drawing in the office.