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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5 Things you may not know about...Mrs. Cabral
1. She was a music teacher for 10 years at Whitman-Hanson Regional prior to coming to Carver
2. She is currently reading the Percy Jackson series with her 6th grade daughter Makenna
3. She loves to spend time at Newfound Lake in New Hampshire with family and friends
4. She went snowmobiling at Northern Outdoors in Maine over February vacation
5. She is in the process of adopting an Australian Cattle Dog named Lucas
High School Student Spotlight: Morgan Campbell
Name: Morgan Campbell
Favorite class: Study!
Favorite food: Chicken and rice
Favorite musical artist: Jason Aldean
Favorite athlete: Jordan Turner
Favorite sports team: Patriots
Favorite movie: Hacksaw Ridge
Favorite TV show: Good Girls
Pets: French bulldog/pug mix named Chomp!
Hobbies: Snowmobiling, hanging out with Jeffrey Hayward, ice-fishing
Accomplishments: President of Student Council, SEMASC Publicity Coordinator, Honor Roll every year in High School, Captain of Varsity Softball Team
Interesting facts: Morgan has raised four pigs. Morgan plans on attending the United States Coast Guard after graduation!
Middle School Student Spotlight - Mackenzie Wall
Name: Mackenzie Wall
Favorite class: History
Favorite movie: Five Feet Apart
Favorite TV show: Riverdale
Favorite book: One of Us is Lying
Favorite artist: Taylor Swift
Favorite sports team: US National Women's Soccer Team
Hobbies: Soccer, volleyball
Favorite holiday: Christmas
Pets: Shih Tzu named Rocky
Favorite Sport: Soccer
Favorite athlete: Alex Morgan
Career Interests: Nursing and Culinary Arts
Accomplishments: She has played every position on her soccer team, including goalie! Made Principal's List and Honor Roll in 6th and 7th grade. Team member of the first-ever Carver Ladies Volleyball team!
Fun fact: Frequently uses the "Maradona Move" in soccer. (NOT the Maradona Hand of God move!)
Juniors and Seniors can earn two community service hours by attending the "If They Had Known" Presentation at the Carver Public Library on March 19.
See the flyer below for details.
CRUSADERS IN (AND OUT OF) THE CLASSROOM
After a busy week of school work and volunteering in the community, the students of the POST Program ended the week with a nice trip to Papa Ginos!
A great day for art intern Melanie Ellis as she teaches 2DD students a unique watercolor technique with plastic wrap. Students experimented with the watercolor medium to find their favorite effect! Maddie Costello masters a splatter technique.
This week Ms. Reardon's ELA classes did some hands-on review of nonfiction text features. In the upper library, students got to stretch their legs as well as their brains making their notes!
On behalf of the Student Outreach Group, Thank you to all pictured and others who are not pictured but still wore pink in support of Anti-Bullying!!!!
Ms. V's Algebra I Honors class worked in groups to investigate real world exponential growth relationships by researching and graphing data given an assigned topic. Researched topics included Ethiopian population growth since 1960, Cell phone users since 1980, average professional baseball player's salary since 1975, total deaths of the coronavirus since Jan. 22nd 2020, and the US national debt since 1970.
Ms. V's Algebra Honors class had some fun during the last period on the last day before February vacation. Students played the hilarious game "Evolution" in hopes of rising from egg to King/Queen in 1v1 rocks, paper, scissors duels. Students also attempted to build the highest tower using only their shoes in the "The Leaning Tower of Feetsa" challenge.
Prinicpal List honorees enjoying pizza from Santoro's!
Happy Valentine’s Day from Mrs. Markram’s period 6 class!
COMMUNITY SERVICE FOR JUNIORS
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.
AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES
Students from the SFNHS celebrated Mardi Gras and decorated masks!
Student Government Grades 6-8 is looking for 40 students to make clay bowls on Thursday, March 5th from 2-3pm in the cafeteria. Bowls will be auctioned off to benefit the South Shore Community Action Council’s Food Resource Program which supports local food pantries. There’s no cost to make a bowl, but you need to RSVP to Mr. Wechter by Monday, March 2nd to participate.
Girls Basketball Quarterfinal Game will be held Monday, March 2nd at 6:30pm at South Shore Vocational High School. Come out and support Lady Crusader Basketball.
Codan Foley was selected for the Global Premier Soccer National Elite Team for his age group this year. In order to be selected he attended a tryout in South Carolina to compete against student athletes from all around the United States.
His team will be traveling to Sweden this July to compete in the Gothia Cup (The World Youth Cup). "The Gothia Cup is the world’s largest and most international youth football tournament. Each year, around 1700 teams from 80 nations take part and they play 4500 games on 110 fields." https://www.gothiacup.se/about-the-gothia-cup/
It is a huge honor to be selected for this team and we are all very proud of Codan and his accomplishment.
In Junior Workshop this week we discussed what to keep in mind while choosing a college. Students worked in groups to brainstorm ideas and share with the group. Students also did college searches and started to build their college list.
Free Workshop for College Admissions Planning and Strategy
When: March 4, 2020
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Where: Hanover High School Auditorium
Who: All students and parents grades 8-11 – open to all South Shore School School Districts and Private High Schools
What: You will be introduced to several colleges and universities through their admissions representatives. These representatives will discuss admissions requirements and strategies for getting accepted into the school that is the best for you. This workshop is more than a marketing session for these excellent schools; it is designed to help inform your application strategy and choices. There will be an opportunity for discussion and questions. Colleges attending: Boston University, Boston College, University of Connecticut, UMASS Amherst, Roger Williams University, Syracuse University, Sacred Heart University, College of the Holy Cross, Bridgewater State University, and Stonehill College.
No preregistration is required and all interested parents, students, and educators are welcome!
The Carver High School Scholarship Packet is now available to pick up in the guidance office and is also posted in Naviance. The hard copy of the scholarship packet must be turned in to guidance by March 27th. Under no circumstances will late applications be accepted.
The Athletic Boosters Scholarship Packet is also available to pick up in guidance. Any student who has played a sport during their 4 years in high school is eligible to fill out the scholarship. This scholarship is due on March 30th.
As always, keep checking Naviance for other scholarships that are available! We also have a binder full of these scholarships in the guidance office.
Stay warm this winter in your new Crusader gear!