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. Markram
1. She has three spoiled rotten pugs: Bobo, Brita, and Basil.
2. She loves haunted houses and everything Halloween!
3. Her niece, Bella, and her nephew, Aris, are the joys of her life.
4. She teaches a fitness class called Pound.
5. She loves to write confessional poetry.
High School Student Spotlight
- Name: Hayden Roche
- Grade: 12
Hobbies: Soccer, basketball
- Favorite class: Unified gym
- Favorite sports team: Celtics
- Accomplishments: South Shore League All Star Soccer
- Fun fact: His left thumb is much shorter than his right thumb
- Career interest: Teaching
- Favorite TV show: Game of Thrones, Ricky and Morty
Middle School Student Spotlight
- Name: Lucy Stearns
- Favorite class: Math
- Favorite food: Pizza
- Favorite sports team: Boston Bruins
- Favorite movie: Ferris Bueller's Day Off
- Favorite vacation spot: Bahamas
- Favorite holiday: Christmas
- Hobby: Ice hockey
- Accomplishments: Lucy and her hockey team went to the State Championships!
- 10/18/19: Homecoming football game @ 3pm on the turf
- 10/19/19: Homecoming Dance @ 7pm in the High School gym
- 10/24/19: Museum of Science Field Trip
- 10/25/19: Leadership Conference
- 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!
Students are digging the new seating and bulletin board in Mrs. Townsend's room. It creates opportunity for discussion and an inviting/engaging way to complete tasks.
Students in Mrs. Townsend's Navigate The World class worked together in groups to present about necessary Soft Skills for successful employment.
Every half day, the students and staff of the POST Program open the Half Day Cafe and sell lunches and baked goods to the staff. The students are involved in so many ways... from shopping, making desserts, rolling meatballs, wrapping desserts, and even selling the items at the bake sale table! Everyone works hard!
Our World of Difference Peer Leaders finished their second full day of training. They had fun getting ready to teach a lesson called the "Lemon Activity" to our 6th grade students.
Mrs. Waitner's Biology classes did a wonderful job in their lab where it was up to the 10th graders to determine what variables could be introduced to make the reaction between Baking Soda and vinegar even larger.
Our Middle School Math Team participating in group competition problem solving activity and playing a game called Salute, practicing number sense skills.
Mrs. Genovese art class recently participated in a contest to design the shirts for this year's Edaville Rail Race to support the Dorrine Merritt Scholarship Fund. Mrs. Genovese, Billy Clark, Noah Frazier, and Jimmy Beliveau all submitted entries. The winning design was submitted by Haley Mann and is attached, congrats!
Carver's "Hoco-pocus" Homecoming dance is on Saturday, October 19 at 7 pm in the high school gym.
Our ticket design for Carver's Hoco-pocus themed Homecoming Dance was designed by Ari Hunter! The senior homecoming court will be announced next week!
Lunch time means selling homecoming tickets this week! Thank you Shannon, Abby, and TJ!
A couple of the students in the DELTAS program helping the class intern set up the display case for the month of October's Disability Awareness.
6th graders on the Omega/Dragons team learning about the physical and chemical properties of unknown substances in science class.
Period 4 7th grade music class practicing their C and Em chords on guitar!
Junior Codan Foley has been earning community service hours by volunteer coaching U6 & U8 teams for Carver Youth Soccer.
He's pictured below with his younger brother Grady.
after school clubs
On Friday October 11, 2019, Mr. Tresca travelled with members of Student Council to attend a leadership conference at the College of Holy Cross to "Cook Up" some leadership by attending workshops to share ways that schools support and encourage meaningful inclusion. the following student council officers were in attendance:
Morgan Campbell, Olivia Camelo, Mya LaBrecque, Quinton Kittredge and Jamie Robinson.
The Environmental Club harvesting, sorting, and eating cranberries at Flax Pond.
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.
The school store is now open for business. Stop by Crusader Corner, located in the high school lobby, after school to pick up your favorite snack or drink and check out the Crusader gear available for purchase. (Available from 2:05-2:30)
Here are the scheduled games for the upcoming week, weather permitting.
Get out there and cheer on Crusader Nation!
Monday October 21st
Boys Soccer: @ Hull 4:00pm
Girls Soccer: @ Hull 5:45pm
Tuesday October 22nd
Field Hockey: vs. Middleboro 3:00pm
Cross Country: @ East Bridgewater 4:00pm
Volleyball: @ Mashpee 4:00pm
Unified Soccer Jamboree: @ Abington 5:00pm
Wednesday October 23rd
Boys Soccer: vs. Mashpee 3:00pm
Girls Soccer: @ Mashpee 5:30pm
Field Hockey: @ Plymouth North 6:00pm
Golf South Shore League: @ Willowbend 9:00am
Thursday October 24th
Field Hockey: vs. Plymouth South 3:00pm
Freshman Football: @ Randolph 4:00pm
Friday October 25th
Football: vs. Randolph 3:00pm
The Unified Soccer team is getting ready for their big Jamboree next Tuesday 10/22. The Game will be at Abington High School at 5pm if you would like to come support the team!
Dom Craig scored his 1,000 career wall soccer goal during Cardio Sport Class.
Support CMHS Girls Soccer and purchase one of these cozy blankets at Homecoming Friday at 3 PM. Each blanket was made by the team and cost $45.
Thank you Crusader Boosters for the amazing goodie bags!
Congratulations to the Field Hockey team for qualifying for the state tournament!!!
9th Grade: Mrs. McKenna and Mrs. Nolan will be meeting with 9th graders during their studies next Friday for a Freshman Survival Seminar. We will be sharing tips on how to make it from 9th grade to graduation.
10th and 11th Grade: Students who registered for the PSAT took it on Wednesday the 16th. This exam helped to prepare them for the SAT and they can use their results for personalized SAT practice through Khan Academy.
12th Grade: Many students have been meeting with their counselor to make post secondary plans, such an exciting time of year!
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: