A weekly newsletter that celebrates CMHS students and staff
The Carver Chronicles is a newsletter designed to share and celebrate all of the great learning activities, extra-curricular events and awesome accomplishments that happen every day at Carver Middle High School!
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Carver Middle High School students, staff, clubs and events!
Please welcome these wonderful new additions to the Crusdaer Family!
RILEY LIAM CARTMILL
COLE ALEXANDER SANTOS
AUDREY MARIE WAITNER
HANNAH AND HARPER DOYLE
We are now just waiting on Mrs. Nolan!!!
5 Things you may not know about...Mr. Antell
1. He is our school's hockey coach
2. This year, he got married and bought a house
3. During quarantine, he and his wife have been doing nonstop house projects
4. His chef skills have NOT improved since quarantine started. (Help Chef Portelance)
5. He wishes that he played for the Bruins.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: NICK ROGERS
- Name: Nick Rogers
- Grade: 12
- Favorite Sports Team: Kansas City Chiefs
- Favorite Sport: Snowboarding
- Favorite Show: Money Heist
- Favorite High School Memory: Senior Lock-In
- Accomplishments: 1st place in management at the 2020 Massachusetts Prostart Invitational
- Vacation Spot: Silver Lake in the Adirondacks, New York
- Future Plans: Going to Umass Amherst for business management
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: MICHAEL DESISTO
- Name: Michael DeSisto
- Grade: 12
- Favorite Sports Team: Patriots
- Favorite Sport: Soccer
- Favorite Show: The Office
- Favorite High School Memory: Salem class trip
- Accomplishments: 4x SEMMEA District Band, 6x SEMSBA Band, High Honors
- Favorite vacation spot: California
- Future plans: Going to UNH for biochemistry, molecular & cellular biology
MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: FRANKIE BANVILLE
- Name: Frankie Banville
- Grade: 6
- Favorite Class: Math
- Favorite Holiday: Christmas
- Hobby: Horseback Riding
- Pets: 4 Cats: Chandler, Max, Brady, Gronk...1 Dog...Landry and a Hamster name Cooper
- Favorite Movie: Hotel Transylvania
- Favorite Color: Green
- Future Career: Plastic Surgeon
CRUSADERS IN (AND OUT OF) THE CLASSROOM
Ms. Varnerin's Algebra I Honors class finished their 5th "Explain a Problem" video project. Students were given very challenging real world problems about exponential growth and decay. Even through this challenging time of Remote Learning, the class was able to attend small group video conferences so that they could work as a team to solve their group's assigned problem. It was almost like we were in the classroom still. You guys have worked so hard, progressed so much in articulating your mathematical reasoning and I am blown away at how AMAZING these came out! You guys are rockstars!
Mrs. Bertram's 21st Century Literacy students are continuing to create their Digital Portfolios using Google Sites.
Best Buddies have had some fun virtual meetings!!!
Though we miss our meetings and time together at school, we are still able to have a great time together!!
See you at the next meeting May 27 be on the lookout for the invite!!
The 6th Grade Dragon Team completed an assignment entitled Circle Art. The students read articles on how circles are used in different occupations, like artists, theologist, architectures, philosophers, engineers, and mathematicians. They had a writing assignment and created art from circles.
Opportunities and Reminders
Hope all is well.
See here (bit.ly/2Jh10gm) for updated @-home ideas including clean-ups; social media posts; learning videos; school-work support; efforts to thank essential workers; donations; and more. You're encouraged to come up with your own ideas as well.
And here are some reminders from our remote guidelines( bit.ly/2yeVKYN) ...
*You're still strongly encouraged to complete all 25 hrs.of the grad requirement this year.
*To earn "Meets" for the Term 4 project grade, document all 25 hrs or, complete at least 5 @-home hours since closure.
*During remote learning you can earn hrs. by helping family members; you can earn more than 10 total hours for donations; and alternate forms of proof can be accepted.
Your history teacher has already or will be soon share with you the number of hours you've documented so far.
Please reach out to your teacher with any questions, or for support with ideas.
Current sophomores are now being eligible to start accruing community service hours!
Every week Audiobooks will be releasing two free books.
Here they are for this week!
Mrs. Bertram has added a couple of new resources to the
Staff and students have access to new databases/video streaming from Infobase until
New: American History, Science Online, World Geo & Culture, Health Reference Center, Bloom's Literature, The World Almanac, Classroom Video On Demand: Master Collection, Chelsea House Biographies: here is a link to all.
Username: Carver HS Password: facts
NEW SCHOOL MOTTO CONTEST
Remember, our next challenge for the students of CMHS is to come up with a new motto to replace, "thisisCRusADERNATION!" for the next school year.
The winning entry will receive one of these new dry fit t-shirts.
We have already recieved a few entries and will announce the winner in a few weeks!
Submit entries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Take this time to continue searching for the perfect college and/or career! Check Jupiter Ed email for college search links and resources!
Take advantage of any online learning opportunities from teachers. This is a great time for educational enrichment in all subject areas. Check Jupiter Ed, check Google Classroom, read books, write in a journal, practice your skills!