12:00 PM - 3:30 PM Afternoon half-day for students - school starts at Carver at 12 noon
It is the mission of Carver Middle School to provide a nurturing environment of educational excellence in which students can soar as lifelong learners.
There will be no school on Friday, March 22, for students. This is an optional workday for teachers.
Testing Dates for 3rd Quarter Benchmarks
March 20- 8th Grade Science
March 25- Reading
March 26- Math
March 27- Make-ups/2-Day testing
March 28-April 2nd-Make-ups and Finish 2-Day testing
The Carver 8th grade Social is currently planned for Friday, May 3rd. MORE DETAILS TO COME!
When shopping for that special attire, please refer to the following guidelines.
8th Grade Social Dress Code
If in question, please ask questions!
Visit the Library/Media page (under Programs & Activites) for up-to-date information on our reading grant.
Students will be issued a personal Chromebook this school year to take home. Before devices will be issued to the student, 2 forms should be completed and a $25 technology fee must be paid. Students/parents/guardians are welcome to pay the fee using cash, check, moneyorder, or the link below to use a debit/credit card.
Links to the forms are below. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE CHROMEBOOK ROLL-OUT, PLEASE VISIT THE "PARENTS" TAB AT THE TOP.
James Riley is the New York Times bestselling author of the Half Upon a Time, Story Thieves, and Revenge of Magic series. He visited with our 6th graders and gave each of them his latest novel, The Revenge of Magic.
Congratulations to the following students who placed at the 2018-19 NCHOSA Conference in Charlotte. So proud of these Carver Eagles!
Congratulations Irwin Eggebroten!!
Irwin Eggebroten placed 1st in the Middle School Biology division of the Regional Science and Engineering Fair held at UNC Pembroke on Saturday, February 16th. He has the option to continue on and compete at the state level in Raleigh on March 29-30th.
Congratulations to the Carver students who were recognized as Soaring Eagles for the 2nd Quarter. So proud!
Congratulations to the STEM Science Fair winners.
Overall winner: Cameron Cole
8th Grade Winner: Turner Bounds; Runner-up: Johna Speller
7th Grade Winner: Irwin Eggebroten; Runner-up: Kaitlyn Foland
6th Grade Winner: Cullen Polk; Runner-up: Miracle Kirk