Carver Chronicles

A weekly newsletter that celebrates CMHS students and staff

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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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5 Things you may not know about...Mr. Rota!

1. He graduated from Randolph High School and Fitchburg State.


2. He taught Graphic Arts and Printing for 6 years at Kiley Middle School in Springfield before coming to CMHS. This is my 26th year in Carver.


3. He worked for the Plymouth Rec. Dept. in the summer as Beach and Lifeguard coordinator. He is in charge of the parking and beach staff at Morton Park, Plymouth Beach, Whitehorse Beach, Fresh Pond, and Hedges Pond. (no, he can't get you out to day parking on Long Beach without a sticker)


4. He has been coaching high school sports for 30 years. Football, Golf, Hockey and Softball, and have coached on teams that have one the State Championship 3 times. (2 for hockey, 1 softball)


5. He has been playing hockey since he was 5 years old and he still play in a mens league for hockey now! (Yes, that makes him old)

High School Student Spotlight: Megan Grimes

    • Name: Megan Grimes

    • Grade: 11

    • Favorite class: AP Euro

    • Favorite food: Pizza

    • Favorite athlete: Kemba Walker

    • Favorite sports team: Boston Celtics

    • Favorite movie: Finding Nemo!

    • Favorite TV show: Chicago Med

    • Hobbies: Playing basketball, hanging out with friends

    • Accomplishments: South sectional finalist with LCB; South Shore League Champions 2019-2020; High honors for terms I & II, 2019-2020

    • Career interests: Pharmacuetical marketing

    • Interesting facts: Megan has "hitchhiker thumbs"

Middle School Student Spotlight - Kaiden Freitas

    • Name: Kaiden Freitas

    • Grade: 6

    • Favorite class: Physical Education

    • Favorite movie: Deadpool II

    • Favorite book: Deadpool

    • Favorite food: Cheeseburger from Red Robin

    • Hobbies: Video Games

    • Favorite song: Crab Rave!

    • Favorite holiday: Halloween

    • Pets: Yorkie named Kelsey

    • Career Interests: You-Tuber or Streamer

    • Accomplishments: Kaiden beat the ENDER dragon in Minecraft!!!; Newspaper club member at CES.

UPCOMING EVENTS

WEEKLY UPDATES


2/14: Valentine's Day

2/14: MS Drama Club - Final Dress Rehearsal

2/14: Senior Breakfast

2/15: Show Day @ 6PM: When Bad Things Happen to Good Actors

2/16: Show Day @ 2PM: When Bad Things Happen to Good Actors

Happy Valentines Day from Student Council, a valentine for all the high school students and staff !

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HONOR ROLL BREAKFAST

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CRUSADERS IN (AND OUT OF) THE CLASSROOM

Congratulations to Malu Souza, who was recognized for receiving the Massachusettes Seal of Biliteracy with Distinction at School Committee this month.

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Congratulations to our Proejct 351 Ambassador who was recognized at School Committee. For Dylan's Spring Service project he will be working with Cradles to Crayons collecting new and gently used clothing. More information to come.

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Quebec Trip

18 French students travelled with Mrs. Chambers and Mrs. Calvo to the Winter Québec Carnaval. It was a great trip! Our activities included, among others, a city walk, a visit to Montmorency Falls and the Ice Hotel, dog sledding, a visit to a sugar shack with a Québecois meal, traditional music, and a presentation on the production of maple syrup. Everybody had a lot of fun too at the Village de Sports that had many snow slides.

Ice Hotel (They build this unique hotel every year! The nightly rate is between $500 and $800!)

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In Chemistry this week students determined the Percent Composition of water in a Hydrate!

Mrs. Burridge's Grade 9 English classes act out the tragic final scene of Romeo and Juliet.

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Mrs. Bardetti's Dystopian Literature class created visuals to depict the similarities and differences in several texts by Ray Bradbury.

CAP students enjoying some downtime baking cookies and playing Connect 4

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AP Environmental Science students have been studying different types of air pollution. They designed their own experiments to investigate the effects of acid rain on plant tissue and seed germination. They were surprised by the big differences they found in solutions of varying pH.

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Ms. Laliberte's History Language Arts class presenting their Greek God and Goddess Projects.

STUDENT OUTREACH GROUP

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Everyone had a great time at the chocolate / laser tag social!

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Mrs. Townsend and Mrs. Tiago collaborated with Mr. Santos teach students from the Unified Gym class about various learning differences and diagnoses. They also participated in simulated activities to experience what living with a learning difference may be like.

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COMMUNITY SERVICE FOR JUNIORS

NEW OPPORTUNITY

**BATTLE OF THE BOGS, B-BALL TOURNEY** over Feb break. Details/sign-up link below.

Battle of the Bogs (2/19-2/23)
•When? Feb. Vaca.:Wed.-Sun. (2/19-23)
•Shifts of 2+ hrs. 8am-8pm.
•What? Run the clock, sell tix, & do score-book (fouls, score, etc.) Experience not necessary.
•Sign up Here: bit.ly/3730CLK
•Questions? (Contact: Nicole Perry, nikkitube@yahoo.com; 781-603-6609)


The United Parish of Carver is looking for support with a Children's Story & religious education hour (9:30-10:30-Sundays) Let me know if interested and I'll share contact info.


Also, they are looking for someone with tech skills to help improve their website: again, let me know if interested.


As a reminder, your community service progress will be reported on term 2 report cards.

AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES

Student Government Grades 6-8 collect pull-tabs or “pop-tops” from beverage cans for Shriners Hospitals for Children.

Pull-tabs or “pop-tops” may be dropped off in Mr. Wechter’s room. The tabs are the only pure aluminum part of the can, and the cans may still be returned for deposit even after the tabs are removed.

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Superintendent Scott Knief has been the fearless leader of Carver Cares since the very beginning! Many years ago he took action; and others followed! Hear how today’s group came to be…


Best Buddies Valentine's celebration.

Minute-to win it games..

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Congratulations Becky Ellis (family friend of Lila and Georgia Carr) on winning the Best Buddies Valentine's Day Basket!!!

Carver Cares origins
Carver Cares Mr. Knief Pt. 2
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ATHLETICS

Congratulations to senior Jordyn Turner for being recognized this week by the MIAA as the top female high jumper in the South Shore League and statewide. Mrs. Bowie and Coach Carey were very proud to attend this ceremony and share this great honor and accomplismnet with Jordyn!

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It was a big week for our hockey team! On Saturday, Tyler Lovendale scores his 100th Varsity Hockey Point! Tyler joined a very exclusive club, as he is only the third player in Carver program history to earn this honor!

On Wednesday, the hockey team beat Dennis-Yarmouth 4-1 and qualified for the State Tournament. This is only the third time in Carver hockey history that a team has qualified for the State Tournament!

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COUNSELING CORNER

Attention Seniors: There are a lot of new scholarships posted in Naviance, make sure you check them out!

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SCHOOL STORE

Stay warm this winter in your new Crusader gear!

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FUNDRAISING

Come out and support all our athletes and the booster club, as BINGO is always a fun filled night with tons of awesome prizes!

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