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!
New CMHS Twitter hashtag!
Make sure to use the hashtag #thisisCRusADERNATION when tweeting about
Carver Middle High School students, staff, clubs and events!
5 Things you may not know about... Mr. Evans
- I grew up in Manomet. When I was in fourth grade at Manomet Elementary School I debated as Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman to be nominated for Vice-President by a major party, in the 4th grade mock presidential election.
- When I was in seventh grade I moved to Federal Furnace Road near Carver and I got in BIG trouble for riding my bike all the way to my old neighborhood.
- While studying in London, England from January to June in 1995, I saw 52 theatrical productions over the span of 27 weeks.
- Mr. Martin, Mr. Schultz and I all worked together for many years at Camp Bournedale as summer camp counselors.
- I am one of the few people who saw The Matrix in a movie theater. Twice.
High School Student Spotlight
- Name: Emily Strojny
- Grade: 12
Hobby: Reading, field hockey, hanging out with friends
- Favorite class: AP Biology
- Favorite teacher: Mrs. Waitner
- Favorite sports team: Patriots
- Accomplishments: South Shore League All-Star for Field Hockey
- Fun Fact: She can read SUPER fast
- Career interest: Biology or ecological science
crusaders in (and out of) class!
The 3D Design class gets spooky!
Clay Jack O’Lanterns!!
In Mrs. Cornock's Honors Chemistry class this week, students were challenged to determine the thickness of different brands of Aluminum foil.
Grade 6 chorus is working on their solfege syllables and corresponding Curwen hand signals!
The students from the POST Program love to read!!
This Tuesday five James Otis scholars (Michael DeSisto, Jared Staples, Hadi Kishbach, Hailey Young, and Lauryn Steed) attended a lecture at Faneuil Hall in Boston. The annual program celebrates Constitution Day by educating and inspiring students to learn more about key constitutional principles.
8th Graders visited the Carver School Planetarium for a Lab Activity!
They predicted where the Sun could be found in the Sky to light up different Moon Phases.
Everyone had a lot of fun sharing their predictions and getting a new perspective on what creates Moon Phases.
Mrs. Bardetti's Dystopian Literature class participated in round-robin presentations for students to master the character archetypes found in Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451.
Mrs. Booth’s class is exploring potential and kinetic energy in carnival rides!!
More of Mrs. Booth’s little scientists !!
Student's in Mr. Lyman's 9th-grade Physics class used whiteboards to share their experimental results with the class.
Our 6th graders reviewing math terms by participating in One Looks, One Doesn't!
Ms. Guiney's 6th grade practiced writing procedures for getting dressed in 4 articles of clothing and tested the procedures. The results provided students some good reflection and discussion about why they need to write explicit directions in science.
The girls "dominated" at proportions dominoes in Ms. Gallagher's Math class.
This week in Middle School Physical Education students completed the beginning of the year fitness testing. We would like to celebrate the accomplishments of the top 5 students within each test!
Mrs. Waitner's Anatomy students all looked great in their Abdominal Pelvic Region Tshirts for their first test this Tuesday. A great way to show off their creative abilities and earn a little extra credit.
Mrs. Burridge's Grade 9 English classes engaged in some friendly competition to help them study their vocabulary words.
When studying Death and the Maiden, it’s only appropriate to have a death in disguise party!
This week, Mrs. Bardetti's 8th grade CP English read the famous Robert Frost poem, "Nothing Gold Can Stay," which is featured in their current novel, The Outsiders. They spent some time outside observing nature to get inspiration for their own nature poems and metaphors.
after school clubs
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!
In Mrs. Calvo's room, members of the Spanish and French National Honors Society had their first Monthly Meeting to discuss the activities of the year in which the society will participate.
Carver High School's Drama Club had it's first ever meeting of the year!
They have been running acting workshops all week.
Next week is tech week. Come join our club.
MS Drama Club participating in theater activities. Today we focused on acting in different environments. Members sang Happy Birthday in the library, on the beach, on the moon and in a living room.
The Caring Crusaders are looking for new members to join the club! They are a student-led group who strive to end underage drinking. They work as a team to spread awareness on the dangers of substance abuse and addiction throughout the Carver schools and community. If you are interested in joining, please see your High School Counselor.
The school store is now open for business. Stop by Crusader Corner, located in the high school lobby, after school to pick up your favorite snack or drink and check out the Crusader gear available for purchase. (Available from 2:05-2:30)
yankee candle fundraiser
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! More information will be sent out next week. Thank you for your support!!
Here are the scheduled games for the upcoming week, weather permitting.
Get out there and cheer on Crusader Nation!
Monday September 30th
Golf: vs. East Bridgewater 3:30pm
Tuesday October 1st
Girls Soccer: @ Abington 4:00pm
Boys Soccer: vs. Abington 4:00pm
Field Hockey: vs Sturgis West 4:00pm
Volleyball: vs East Bridgewater 4:00pm
Wednesday October 2nd
Field Hockey: @ Plymouth South 3:30pm
Girls Soccer: vs. Rockland 4:00pm
Cross Country: vs. Rockland 4:00pm
Golf: vs. Cohasset 4:00pm
Thursday October 3rd
Golf: @ Rockland 4:00pm
Boys Soccer: @ Rockland 4:30pm
Friday October 4th
Saturday October 5th
Football: @ Upper Cape Tech 2:30pm
Owen Cheney chipping on the ninth hole at Ridder.
Carver Volleyball's historic first home games!!
CMHS 2nd ANNUal mattress sale fundraiser
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 surpised at how many people are in need of a mattress.
For more information: text "Carver" to 797979 for Facebook link #Beds4Carver
LAST CALL for sophomores and juniors to sign up for the PSATs! Please come down and sign up in the school counseling office. The exam is scheduled for Wednesday, October 16th during the school day and is free to the students. This is a great opportunity to prepare for the SAT.
The School Counseling Department will be hosting a breakfast on October 3rd to welcome all of our new students to Carver Middle High School. All new students will be given an invitation at the beginning of next week.