A weekly newsletter that celebrates CMHS students and staff
We are starting a new section in Carver Chronicles called Senior Tribute.
For the remainder of the year, we will be showcasing our seniors with multiple pictures and stories.
If you have any photos you would like to share, please send to
HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: BETH STAGNITTA
- Name: Beth Stagnitta
- Favorite class: AP Bio with Mrs. Waitner
- Favorite color: Purple
- Favorite sport: Softball
- Biggest accomplishment: Won All-Star for Hockey two years in a row!
- Favorite vacation spot: Wolf Lake, Canada
- Future career plans: Attend JWU and become a dietitian
- Favorite thing to do: Watch shows with the family and boyfriend
- Something you may not know: Beth lived in New York for seven years before moving to Massachuesetts
HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR SPOTLIGHT: CJ VINCENT
- Name: CJ Vincent
- Grade: 12
- Favorite Sports Team: Liverpool FC
- Favorite Sport: Soccer
- Favorite Show: All American
- Favorite High School Memory: Performing I Want It That Way with the Bogstreet Boys at the senior show
- Accomplishments: 3x South Shore League All Star for Soccer, Patriot Ledger All Scholastic for Soccer
- Vacation Spot: The Pink Cloud Beach House on Plymouth Long Beach
- Future Plans: Going to Mass Maritime for Energy Systems Engineering and playing soccer
Lunch with Mr. Martin and Mr. Schultz
One of the new traditions that I had planned to start this year was “Lunch with Schultz and Martin”. The concept was like an exit interview with seniors. I had planned to invite 10-15 seniors to lunch during the second semester to talk about their experience at CMHS. I would like to move forward with this idea. Over the next few weeks I will be inviting groups of 10-15 seniors to a virtual lunch with Mr. Martin and me.
Each week we will invite a different group of students to a virtual meeting. We will send you a Zoom invite with the menu of the restaurant we have chosen in advance for that week. When you accept/email back, you should include your lunch order. On the day of the meeting, we will order your lunch and have it delivered prior to the meeting.
We look forward to this opportunity to connect and talk about your experience as students at CMHS.
Thank you, Mr. Martin and Mr. Schultz
Ms. Picariello misses all of the seniors and can't wait to celebrate the Class of 2020."
Attorney in Court
A shout out to our wonderful senior class officers:
Senior Dinner Dance!
What an awesome night!
Cue the DUCKBOATS!!!
Class of 2020 Signs
A special thanks to Mr. Rota, Mrs. Bertram and Mrs. Kilnapp for delivering the senior lawn signs. If you did not get one please contact Mr. Schultz.
On Tuesday, April 28th between the hours of 9-12 PM, CES ans CMHS staff will celebrate our seniors. A procession has been planned to go by each of our seniors' homes to recognize the Class of 2020.
Your contribution to your community has left a lasting imprint on all of us!
Set your alarm!
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... Ms. Gallagher
- She was due to get married in June and go on a dream honeymoon (an RV trip of the West Coast of the US); however, that is now postponed until next summer. She will spend the next few weeks cancelling the 30+ reservations made for the National Parks. It's okay, it gives her another year to plan
- She loves to cook! If she wasn't a teacher, she might be a chef-in-training.
- She loves to decorate houses! When she retire from teaching she want to restore houses.
- She has two adult children... twins! She loves them, too!
- Her very first job as a freshman in high school was at a fish market in downtown Plymouth where she gutted and skinned fish. She loved that job but, boy, did she stink! LOL!
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: ALEX BERKOBEIN
- Name: Alexander Berkobein
- Grade: 11
- Hobbies: Soccer, Wrestling
- Favorite Food: Sesame Chicken
- Favorite Class: PreCalculus
- Favorite Vacation Spot: Daytona Beach, Florida
- Career Interest: Business
- Biggest Accomplishment: Two-Time South Shore Wrestling League All-Star
- Something you may not know: Alex has visited 20 states across the USA
MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: JACK BOOTH
- Name: Jack Booth
- Grade: 8
- Favorite Class: Math
- Favorite Athlete: Tom Brady :(
- Favorite Color: Blue
- Favorite Recently Watched Movie: She's Out My League
- Hobbies: Dirt Biking, Skateboarding with dogs, Videogames
- Career Goal: Architectural Engineer
- Accomplishments: Riding a unicycle
- Pets: A Frenchie named Diesel a racoon named Nala, and a rescue dog Bree
This week we celebrated Administrative Professional Day. We are so fortunate to have four of the very best in Carver.
Happy Administrative Professional Day to Mrs. Doyle, Mrs. Galuzzo, Mrs. Gould and Mrs. Nickerson!
The cast of Mamma Mia can't wait to share this with all of you! Keep dancing!
CRUSADERS IN (AND OUT OF) THE CLASSROOM
MS Drama Club created portrait pictures of some of the cast from our play "When Bad Things Happen to Good Actors" using the creative platform of Mindcraft.
Shane Gives Thanks Update:
The food pantry has seen a dramatic increase in requests for food from all over the area as more and more people have joined the ranks of the unemployed and several pantries in adjoining towns have closed. Since school has closed they have distributed over 50,000 lbs or 25 tons of food. Several CMHS students have been working regularly to keep it going including: Chris Cook, Dyllon Kemper, Tevon Safford, Matt Sanabria, Kraig Yenulevich , and of course Shane McColgan.
THANK YOU GUYS!
If you would like to make a donation or you have a need for the pantryś help please follow the link above.
Bingo star, Alyssa Virden won a gift card to a local restaurant and promptly donated it to the Shane Gives Thanks Food Pantry!
Great job Alyssa!!!
Mr. Rota has been hard at work 3D-printing and assembling over 100 face shields and delivering them to local first responders. Each headpiece takes over an hour and a half to print. He was able to secure a donation to purchase clear report covers to make the shield portion of each mask. Way to go Mr. Rota!
Miss this group of Passing Time Legends!
WEEKLY CHALLENGE: CRAZY QUARANTINE HAIRSTYLES
Send us your images of your crazy hair next week in support of our local hair salons and barbers. The top 3 crazy hairdos/hairstyles will win a gift certificate to one of our local barbers or salons.
Please send along your pics to email@example.com
Sole Hope Update: Junior Lexi Gallagher earned some "@-Home" community service hours and helped a great cause by cutting old jeans to be turned into shoes for Ugandans suffering from parasites.
Great job Lexi!
Mrs. Bertram's 21st Century Literacy Classes took an Earth Day and Technology Virtual Field Trip to investigate the themes of air, land, water, and waste as they explored how future technologies can help to reduce our impact on the environment. On our class Padlet, they shared something that they can do individually to reduce their impact on our environment.
Mrs. Bertram has added a couple of new resources to the
Staff and students have access to new databases/video streaming from Infobase until
New: American History, Science Online, World Geo & Culture, Health Reference Center, Bloom's Literature, The World Almanac, Classroom Video On Demand: Master Collection, Chelsea House Biographies: here is a link to all.
Username: Carver HS Password: facts
10 TIPS TO SURVIVE SOCIAL DISTANCING
1. Establish a Routine – Set regular times for schoolwork, sleep, meals, etc. Routines establish healthy habits, boost our focus & self-discipline, and help us feel more in control.
2. Exercise - Regular exercise relieves stress, improves mood, and promotes overall better health.
3. Get Outdoors – So the weather isn’t great, but get outside even if for only a short time each day. Fresh air helps clear the mind, clear the lungs, and can strengthen the immune system.
4. Set a Small Goal Each Day - Focus on what you can do today. Achieving small goals helps build confidence, gain momentum, and increases motivation for what comes next.
5. Socialize (from a distance) - Reaching out to friends and family regularly on the phone and online will help prevent feelings of loneliness and isolation - for you and those you reach out to.
6. Find a New Hobby (or Revive an Old One) - Now is your chance to try some new recipes, create or build something, start that scrapbook, practice or learn a new instrument, tackle that 1000 piece
.puzzle, etc. Spending time on an activity you enjoy clears your mind, lowers stress, and improves overall mental health.
7. Enjoy Time with Your Family - Have family dinners, watch movies and play games together, use this forced slowdown as an opportunity to reconnect.
8. Take a Break from the News - especially when the kids are watching. Get current information from reliable sources and help interpret this information for your kids, at age-appropriate levels.
9. Be Flexible - Rules and guidelines that were in place before, such as restrictions on screen time, may need to be changed. Talk to your kids and work together to establish rules that work during this increased time at home.
10. Take Time for Yourself - Kids will struggle if they see their adults struggle; they feel our stress. Use the above suggestions to find a healthy outlet to relieve your own stress or anxiety. Before trying to help everyone else, please take time to be kind to yourself.
This time at home is a great opportunity to continue to fill out scholarship applications. College is expensive so take advantage of FREE money! Check Jupiter Ed email for instructions from Mrs. McKenna and Mrs. Nolan to navigate Naviance for Scholarships.
Take this time to continue searching for the perfect college and/or career! Check Jupiter Ed email for college search links and resources!
Take advantage of any online learning opportunities from teachers. This is a great time for educational enrichment in all subject areas. Check Jupiter Ed, check Google Classroom, read books, write in a journal, practice your skills!