A weekly newsletter that celebrates CMHS students and staff
"There are some who bring a light so great to the world that even after they have gone the light remains."
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. Cartmill
1. He played drums and toured in a band for a long time. Their music is still available on many music sites.
2. He used to have his own radio show called "short songs for short attention spans".
3. Before he was a teacher, he was a tennis instructor and coach.
4. He is an avid shark enthusiast and can't wait to cage dive with them when the time is right.
5. The reason he teaches is to help all students get what they need to be successful and to make sure no students slip through the cracks like he did back in the day.
High School Student Spotlight
- Name: Haley Spiewakowski
- Grade: 12
Hobbies: Dancing, Drama, Acting, Art
- Favorite classes: Chorus and English
- Favorite artist: Fall Out Boy
- Accomplishments: Supporting roles in CMHS musical, SEMSBA, Districts, vocal/choral excellence, academic achievment in science
- Fun fact: She can sing Row Row Row Your Boat backwards!
- Career interest: Chorus Teacher/Music Education
- Favorite TV show: Marvel's Agents of SHIELD
- 10/29/19: PTO @ 6pm in Main Office Conference Room
- 10/31/19: Halloween Social @ 2-4pm
- 11/4/19: Music Boosters Meeting @ 7pm
- 11/5/19: Guy Fawkes Day!! (Mr. Martin's favorite holiday)
- 11/6/19: Athletic Boosters Meeting @ 6:30pm
Crusaders in (and out) of the classroom!
The CHS Pep Band plays during Homecoming
Ms. Varnerin's 8th grade Pre-Algebra classes applied rigid transformations to plotted points on the coordinate plane which spelled their initials. Here they are showing off their Transform Your Name final products!
In Mrs. Booth's science class, students presented energy transformations that occur in a toaster!
Mrs. Carter's Block 1 math class was practicing adding and subtracting negative decimals using Poly-Problem Solvers with partners. Students each picked a colored poly problem octagon along with the corresponding colored answers in a bag. Students recorded their work and answers on a separate sheet. Once they arrived at their answer, they located it in the small answer bag and velcroed it to the matching problem. This was a great self correcting activity.
6th graders on the Dragons team making posters about properties of matter in science class.
The Omega Dragons took advantage of the beautiful fall weather by going outside for a teambuilding kickball game. Mr. Wechter made a great pitcher, and many Dragons showed their enthusiasm and skill on the field.
Some Dragons roared mightily from the sidelines, cheering on the teams!
Students in the POST program are involved in recycling, volunteering at the Carver Senior Center and helping to put together Peyton Packs, which are then given to the wonderful Shane Gives Thanks Food pantry. Making sure we are all contributing members of our community is a goal for all our students. Here are just a couple of pictures that show their involvement:
The Anatomy, AP Bio, and 2D Art classes had a great time at the Boston Museum of Science exploring the Body Worlds Exhibit.
The museum even had hand on activities set up for the students to experience more connections between art and anatomy.
Our talented art students came away with some sketches from the exhibit that showcase the skills they are developing in their classes.
Best Buddies enjoyed their Halloween party this week. They participated in group activities and had a lot of laughs!!
21st Century Literacy students evaluated the credibility of online articles and then presented their findings to the class.
after school clubs
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.
Thank you to all faculty and staff who graciously donated money and helped raise awareness by allowing StuCo to decorate your classroom / office door! for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Student Council decorated 50 classroom and office doors across the middle high school and raised $475. Our goal for the month is $1,000
Next week on Halloween Students Grades 6-12 and Staff are asked to dress up in a costume (No masks) and we are asking a $2 donation at the door or at lunch. If every student donates $2.00 each we will crush the $1,000 goal we have!!!
Here are the scheduled games for the upcoming week, weather permitting.
Get out there and cheer on Crusader Nation!
Monday October 28th
Boys Soccer: @ Cohasset 6:30pm
Girls Soccer: vs. Cohasset 3:00pm
Tuesday October 29th
Unified Soccer Jamboree: @Abington 5:00pm
Wednesday October 30th
Boys Soccer: vs Millis 3:00pm
Saturday November 2nd
Cross Country: @ Wrentham 10:00am
A moment of silence at the boys' soccer match in honor of former player and Carver graduate, Jack Quindley.
Field Hockey Senior Night
Some very promising runners for Carver Middle High School who competed at the Barnstable Fairgrounds on Saturday night in the MSTA Twilight Meet. Eighth graders Luke Holden,Katie Blotner, Matt Buck, and Peter Leone all four turned in outstanding performances.
Carver Cross Country honored Jared Millman and Cody Branch during Senior Night at East Bridgewater. They both had outstanding careers at Carver!
COED SOCCER SPAGHETTI SUPPER
Stop by Mamma Mia's in Carver on Monday, October 28thto help support Carver Middle High School! 10% of all food orders, dine in or take out, will be donated back to the school!
On Tuesday, October 15th the 6th grade class kicked off the first fundraiser - Boon Supply - to help with the cost of the Camp Bournedale trip. Forty (40%) percent of each student's total sales will be deducted from the price of the trip, The fundraiser runs from 10/15/19 - 10/30/19.
Thank you for your support
The middle school will continue taking orders for the Yankee Candle fundraiser online through January. To place an order please use the following link: