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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welcome the newest crusader!
Avery Elizabeth Nolan arrived June 5th, weighing in at 8 lbs 2 oz and 20.5 inches long. Mrs. Nolan and her family love Avery so much and her big brother Chase is thrilled that she is finally here!
middle school student spotlight
Emmalee is a sixth grade student on the Dragon Team. She has impressed all her teachers, and beyond, with her passion and commitment to be the “Best She Can Be”. Emmalee puts her all into everything she does. Whether it's in class, on the stage or being a part of Best Buddies, Emmalee brings a positive attitude and brightens everyone’s day! Throughout this school closure, Emm has not slowed down. She not only has had high standards for herself academically, she has been an advate supporter of her sister, Lauren. She supports her sister in all her school activities with the kindness and generosity that can not be underestimated. We can not say enough about Emmalee! We are so honored to have this opportunity to commend her excellence all around.
Thank you Emmalee!
Mrs. Johnson and Mr. Lauzon
crusaders in (and out) of the classroom!
decade day 2020
Juniors recently participated in DECADE DAYS, researching to complete SLIDEs that teach about America’s recent past. Here are some of Mr. Lamoureux’s students in decade attire...
Cara Roberts (featuring Matthew Roberts, Hadi & Tessa Kishbach)
MS Drama Club finished off the school year by creating some Musical Review posters. Members chose their favorite musical and shared their thoughts. One member chose, instead of a musical, to create a review on our MS Drama Club play, When Bad Things Happen to Good Actors. A great way to finish the year.
art highlights: best of 4th term!
We have had many pretty impressive works created this term despite the challenges of remote learning. I am excited to present this work in a way that recognizes a specific quality that is unique to the artwork. These students have worked hard to bring their best effort, skill, and artistic voice into these projects this term.
Congrats to all of you and your hard work this term!
Best Re-Creation of a Famous Artwork
blue leaf daffodils by singleton
hailey fairweather's recreation!
best use of color: amber thomas
Best Use of Personal Inspiration: Hannah Marino
Best Portrait: Jess Baldwin
Best Use of Emotion: Ethan Rogers
Best Original Drawing: Grace O’Neill
Best Illusion: Danielle Gorham
Best Use of Shape: Jasper Demello
Best Use of Realism: Hadi Kishbach
Best Message: Matt Moore
Best Original Design: Conor Rowles
Best Abstraction: Jenna Newall
Best Use of Personal Voice: Cara Roberts
Best Photo Composition: Emma Dion
Best Public Announcement: Madison Chandler
COMMUNITY SERVICE opportunities
Frac’s Clean Up Challenge:
As I ride my bike through the streets of Carver I notice a large amount of trash from the winter months. Simply go out and clean your neighborhood streets with a large trash bag!...Remember to have social distancing through the process and wear gloves when handling trash-Mr. Fracalossi
Earn 1 hr./bag: Send pic(s) with bag(s) & location(s) to history teacher!
Current sophomores are now being eligible to start accruing community service hours!
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 email@example.com
This week, our spring senior athletes were recognized by their coaches, athletic department and administration in an outdoor celebration, to acknowledge all the pride and joy that they have given to our Carver Middle High School family over the years. Although these 25 seniors were not able to participate in their last season of sports before graduating high school, it was important that they knew how important their role as an athlete meant to all of us. We wish all of our seniors the very best in their future endeavors! Congratulations to Luke Gregory, Jacob Wilkins, Ben Diogenes, Alex Diogenes, Lauryn Steed, Teresa Blotner, Brianna Donnelly, Emily McGillicuddy, Sterling Bentley, Kody Branch, Sam Davidson, Richie Hughes, Jared Millman, CJ Vincent, Luke Halunen, Bella Asam, Charlotte McElroy, Emma Simmons, Jordan Turner, Olivia Camelo, Morgan Campbell, Jacey Ruzzano, Beth Stagnitta, Ari Hunter and Shay Martin.