What's Going on in the Village!
Carver Weekly Bulletin, October 26, 2020
Mrs. Robinson's Greeting
Hi Families! We made it to week 11, the last week in October. We had a successful principal's chat last week where we talked about school goals and found out what made Carver special to families. We learned that the Carver community (the village) is why families have consistently chosen Carver as their school of choice. As enrollment season starts remember your why for choosing Carver. Share that with any preschool families looking to enroll in kindergarten.
Today's newsletter is filled with reminders. Be sure to click on all the links and use the Carver Calendar to add reminders to your personal calendar.
5th Grade Families
You are invited to the SFUSD PreK-12 Virtual Enrollment Fair. If you have students entering kinder next year, log in on 11/9 to learn more about elementary schools. For all of our 5th-grade families, join the town hall on 11/12 to learn more about middle schools. During the virtual enrollment fair, you can talk to principals and school staff, learn how to apply, watch videos about each school--all conveniently online. You can also attend workshops to learn about the enrollment process, how to apply for special education services, and more. For more information click here.
Join the Carver Beacon Online!
The Boys and Girls Club Beacon at Carver is accepting applications for virtual programming. Virtual programming includes ZOOM academic support for students during the school day and virtual enrichment programs like Video Game Academy, Digital Art, and Virtual Fitness. This program is FREE for all Carver Achievers! Click the picture to sign up now!
Online Technology Request Form
Carver Office Hours
The Carver office will be open for phone calls on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am - 1pm. For health and safety reasons all in-person visits must be scheduled. To schedule an appointment, call 415-330-1540 on Tuesday or Thursday between the hours of 9am - 1pm. Also, when visiting campus be prepared to fill out a COVID 19 Contact Tracing form. You may be asked to scan a QR barcode and/or fill out a paper log. The information collected is not shared and is used to contact anyone who may have been exposed to COVID 19.