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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We made it!!!!!!

Last day of school and the last Carver Chronicles of the school year.

Although we did not finish the school year the way we had planned, we cannot forget all the amazing things that happened throughout the first three terms. Cherish those memories as we head into the summer and don’t forget to thank those people that have made a difference in your growth over the school year. A simple “thank you” goes a long way.

During remote learning, we managed to stay connected and persevere as a school community. There are so many people to thank for the work they have put into this school year. First to our students: you are resilient, and you transitioned your learning to your homes and continued to succeed and grow academically. To our families: you accepted the challenge to support your students while taking care of loved ones and continuing to juggle your daily work and family responsibilities. To the CMHS Teachers and ESPs: you transformed your homes into mini classrooms, never missing a beat and worked day and night to provide engaging instruction (and entertainment) while providing much needed emotional support for your students. Our Guidance and Administrative teams: you worked tirelessly to support students and helped them stay engaged when challenges may have impacted progress. To our custodial and cafeteria staff: you were our essential workers, continuing with your jobs during these challenging times ensuring safe work environments for all, and providing meals for those in need. To our administrative assistants: you continue to be the backbone of our school community which you all maintained throughout the closure. Finally to Mrs. Cabral and Mr. Martin, you have been my rocks throughout the school year. Together we have faced and overcome many challenges and we have become a better and stronger team as a result.

In closing, I want to say that I am proud to represent this amazing school community. The closure has reinforced for me what I already knew to be true of the Carver community: we are strong, we are proud and we will get through any challenge we are faced with. The end of the year brings so many celebrations and new beginnings. Congratulations to the class of 2020, we will be able celebrate your successes on Saturday August 1 for graduation. To the Class of 2024, I am excited to watch you continue your journey into high school. To all of our students, I hope this year has taught you something about life in that you will be faced with unexpected challenges along the way, that you have many people that care about you and that together you can achieve anything you put your mind to. I wish you all a happy, healthy and safe summer break and look forward to our return to CMHS in the fall.

Mr. Schultz





2020 CMHS Academic Awards FINAL VERSION



Crusader Pride 2020 FINAL2



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For those who were unable to join in our end of year virtual celebration for Best Buddies here is our slideshow. Have a great summer and we will continue in September



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These students achieved an A or better in all of their classes for the first three terms of school this year:

Morgan Allegrini

Paul Attaya

Madison Brown

Ava Condon

Lynsey DeSisto

Matt DeSisto

Michael DeSisto

Ben Diogenes

Megan Grimes

Tiffany Jablonski

Abigail Johnson

Hadi Kishbach

Dominic Macrina

Isabelle Mercer

Jay Peters

Morgan Reid-Davis

Michael Sawicki

Haley Spiewakowski

Jared Staples

Alison Strojny

Shana Struski

Lauren Todd

Jordan Vitale

Brenna Weston



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These students achieved a B or better in all of their classes for the first three terms of school this year:

Isabella Asam

Margaret Battersby

Josiah Berry

Emberley-Rose Callahan

Ciara Carey

William Clark

Daniel Comeau

Hannah Correa

Jake Cotter

Carly Cretinon

Jenna Deluca

Jasper Demello

Kerry England

Michael Ferrari

Patrick Fratus

Lorelai Gaynor

Charlotte Gedraitis

Emma Grimes

Deanna Halunen

Richard Hughes

Alana Hutchinson

Elizabeth Kelly

Owen Kibbe

Nathan King

Tyler Lovendale

Maya Magnussen

Hailey Mann

Hannah Marino

Brigid McCarthy

Charlotte McElroy

Luke Miller

Madelyn Mueller

Jenna Newell

Aidan O'Connor

Emily Orzechowski

Claudia Peirce

Isabella Pompei

Madison Prado

Tyler Reardon

Riley Reed-Davis

Amahra Reiss

Justin Ritz

Hayden Roche

Olivia Rush

Tyler Sampson

William Sears

Sydney Sheehan

Kyle Shott

Amber Smith

Stephen Sousa

Lauryn Steed

David Stidstone

Matthew Stone

McKenna Stone

Emily Strojny

Emily Swain

Connor Tait

Amber Thomas

Gemma Tibbetts

James Toomey

Jordan Turner

Christopher Vincent Jr.

Alyssa Weston

Holly Weston

Matthew Whiting

Brien Wolter

Connor Wood

Hailey Young



We would like to wish Pam Reed, an Educational Support Professional, the best of luck on her retirement. Pam has been with the Carver school system over 15 years. Starting at the elementary school as a one to one para professional, eventually working her way up to the high school. For the last 10 years Pam has been an important member of the POST Program. Her smile and positive demeanor was always welcomed by the students and staff. In addition to her work in the classroom, Pam spent many years volunteering on our Special Olympics teams, traditional as well as our Unified Teams. On her own time, she volunteered to help train the athletes and traveled to many different locations to cheer them on.

Best of luck in the future Pam!

We will miss you!!

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Jake you are a shining light and a great teacher/mentor to all those around you! You have learned to embrace challenges and face them head on, to take life by the reigns and make your own path, to motivate and encourage others to do better to be better!! You advocated for change and inclusion for all, I hope that the students in CMHS can take note that though there may be obstacles in your way or things may not seem so bright right now DON'T let that stand in your way of SUCCESS!!! Jake you are the true essence of what it means to be a Crusader and though I will miss seeing your face and hearing your voice on the announcements on Wednesdays, I cannot wait to hear of all the great things you will accomplish!

Continue to shine bright Mr. Cotter!


Mrs. Townsend

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When reflecting on this year, a line from Maren Morris sticks out to me

"The house won't fall when the bones are good."

CMHS community has amazing faculty, students, and families that have all persevered in some way through the last few months. I miss seeing you all learn, laugh, and be weird. I miss craziness, the buzzing in the hallway, listening to your stories and trying to answer your questions. I can't wait to see you all again in person!!

Cheers to all of the Seniors who are closing one door and opening another!! You did it, be proud of yourselves!!

Happy Summer CMHS!!

Smooches, Mrs. Townsend


Looking Back at 6th Grade Science on the Dragons Team

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This is the last Carver Chronicles of the year!!

I am looking for some feedback on what you would like to see in Carver Chronicles going forward.

Do you like the current format?

Do you want to see more pictures/videos?

Should we include general school notices like lunch menus, important calendar dates, etc?

Send your comments and suggestions to

Thank you and have a great summer.

Mr. Martin



Attention sophomores and juniors still needing hours

Remember you can earn hours over the summer.

See the @-home doc for ideas including

Frac's Cleanup Challenge

(see below)


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!

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