Carter Middle School
Ms. Amy Hendry, Ed.S, Principal
- To access our website, please go to: www.wcskids.net/CARTER/
- Our website includes links to classroom webpages, daily announcements, parent resources, building and district information, the Carter monthly newsletter, and much more!
Carter Helping Hands!!!
Fall Parent Teacher Conferences
Eighth Grade Parents:
This year, for 8th graders only, there will be a section in the yearbook where parents can say a farewell, send-off or good luck to their soon to be ninth graders!
(ex: Wish them good luck as they will soon be entering high school).
The cost is $10.00 and can be no more than 30 words. The last day to purchase a Good Bye Message will be Friday, January 19, 2018.
Please download the form off the Carter website, fill out completely and send it in to Ms. Pekar along with payment by Friday, January 19, 2018 or earlier.
*Cash only - checks will not be accepted**
REMIND Text Message from Ms. Hendry, Principal
- To receive messages via text, text @carterco to (586) 649-3714. You can-opt out of messages at anytime by replying, 'unsubscribe @carterco'.
Carter Booster Club Facebook page
(From your web browser)
(From the search function within Facebook app)
2018-2019 Kindergraten Registration Meeting
1/22- 1st Day of Second Semester
1/24- Vision Screening/ Michigan Mobile Dentist Program
1/24- 7th Grade Girls Bball Tryouts- 3-4:30 PM (MUST HAVE PHYSICAL TO TRY OUT)
1/24- 8th Grade Girls Bball Tryouts- 4:30-6 PM (MUST HAVE PHYSICAL TO TRY OUT)
1/24- Ecology Club Meeting Rm 310 2:50-4:00PM
1/25- 8th Grade Girls Bball Tryouts- 3:00- 4:30PM (MUST HAVE PHYSICAL TO TRY OUT
1/25 - Anime & Card Club, Rm 408, 3:00-4:00 PM
1/25- 7th Grade Girls Bball Tryouts- 4:30-6:00 PM
1/26- 7th Grade Girls Bball Tryouts- 3-4:30 PM
1/26- Open Gym Bball 7:00 AM
1/26- Open Yoga- Fitness Room 7:00 AM
Carter Science, English, & Math in Action!!
Carter 212- Extra Degree Awards
Call: 8-555-OK2SAY (855-565-2729
Text: 652729 (OK2SAY)
Day of the Dead- Spanish
Carter student led group to encourage and support Anti-Bullying- #bestmeicanbe (Hash tag Best Me I Can Be).
- Motivation Monday Kick-Off activities in the Social Studies classes
- Encourage students to go 'the extra degree' at school, in their friendships and at home.
- ELA classes discussed examples of 'the extra degree'.
- PBIS student postcards
- Receive a ticket raffle for weekly drawing to receive an "extra" ala carte item in the lunchroom.
Carter's Counselor Corner:
Mrs. Wilking- students with last name (A-L)
(586) 698- 4297
Mrs. Stabile- student with last name (M-Z)
(586) 698- 4798
- Ability to view student grades, attendance, etc., using PowerSchool from the WCS website: http://wcskids.net.
- IF YOU ARE A NEW USER: Go to the ‘Parents/ Students’ section, then click on the ‘Parent Portal’ link. Here you can “activate” the portal. You will need your child’s student ID number, birth date, address, your name, your email, and agree to the terms of the site.
- Once submitted, within a few minutes you will receive a user name and password. With that information you can access Parent Portal.
- You DO NOT need to reactivate your parent portal password each school year.
- Your prior password will remain in effect while your student is in attendance in a WCS school.
Carter Ecology Club & Best Buy 'Recycle Drive'
NASHVILLE BAND TRIP ANNOUNCEMENT: Concert Band and Symphonic Band
students (7th & 8th grade band students) trip meeting on Monday, November 13 at 6:00pm in the band room. Please plan on attending this informational meeting.
Reminder the Savory Cookie Dough Fundraiser product pick-up place and time will be at Carter Middle School, Wednesday, November 15, 2017 from 3:00-5:00pm in the pit. Orders come pre-packed so very easy to pick-up.
Congratulations to the band students on their fantastic performance at the Night of Fright Pizza Fundraiser Concert. Thank you so much to the students, parents, volunteers and Carter staff for their generosity and support of the Carter Band program and our Fundraisers. A great time was had by all.
Members of the Symphonic Band showed their musicianship at the Friday Night Cousino High School Football Game on Friday, October 13. They did a great job and had an opportunity to briefly experience what marching band is all about.
In addition, the Carter Bands will be hard at work preparing for the 2017 Winter Concert which will be held at the Performing Arts Center (12901 15 Mile Rd, Sterling Heights, MI 48312) on Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 7:00p.m. All bands (Jazz, Cadet, Concert and Symphonic Bands) will be performing at this concert.
Reminder to those Seventh and Eighth grade students who are participating in MSBOA District XVI Solo And Ensemble Festival On January 13, 2017 you should already have your music selected and be working on it. Each participant/group must work with Mr. Case a minimum of two times before festival. Your selection must be at least 90 seconds in length, number with your name at the top. Please make sure to speak with Mr. Case if you need an accompanist for your solo.
Please take time to visit the Carter Bands website for information, band calendar and constant updates at
Go Cougar Bands!
Mr. Anthony Case
Director of Bands – Carter Middle School
(586) 825-2620 ext. 24109
Carter 'Wellness Committee'- Holiday Health Tips
- Don't try to diet during the holidays. Set a goal of trying to maintain your present weight. That way, you have a realistic goal. You allow yourself to indulge here and there, but you don't go over the edge.
- Pace, don't race. Pay attention to how quickly you eat and exactly what you eat and drink. Savor the flavor by eating slowly and choosing your food carefully
- Offer to bring a favorite low-calorie dish to holiday parties, so you know there will be at least one "safe" item available. Stand far away from buffets so you're not tempted to nibble constantly.
- Make the effort to continue a regular exercise program. Exercise will help keep extra calories away, but it also can reduce the stress of social events and family gatherings.
- Don't go to a party or event on an empty stomach. Before going out, snack on protein, like chicken or cottage cheese. Protein satisfies and helps you eat less. Some people have the idea that if they skip lunch, or don't eat all day, they can eat more later, but skipping meals means you're hungry, and your chances of overeating later are much higher.
- Keep an eye on your portion sizes. In the heat of celebration, portion sizes can be excessive. Instead of eating a large amount of food, try to eat a large variety of foods.
- Don't let a hectic holiday schedule force you to eat fast food. Prepare and freeze several quick, healthy meals. That way, you have an option other than high-fat, fast-food meals.
- When the party is at your house, put low-calorie and fat-free salad dressings on the menu. Pack the table with flavorful vegetable dishes, and make reduced-fat versions of your family's favorite traditional dishes.
- Make decisions about what you're going to eat. Weight management is all about moderation and making healthy decisions.
- Enjoy the Holidays!!
- Free and Reduced Meal Application forms can be completed online at the following website: www.lunchapp.com. Parents are encouraged to use the online process in order to expedite processing time.
- Pre-payments can be made to your student’s account. This school year a minimum pre-payment of $20 will be required. WCS offers to you, FREE OF CHARGE, a pre-payment plan using your Visa or Master Card. To set up an account, please go online to: www.sendmoneytoschool.com