8:25 AM - 12:00 PM Half-day for students (12 noon)/Afternoon PD for staff
8:25 AM - 12:00 PM Half-day for students - dismiss 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.
Carver Middle School’s Afternoon Library Hours
Carver Middle School will be opening the library to students on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons from 4-5:30. During this time the students will have opportunities to enjoy the electronics, books, as well as time to finish work. If your student would like to utilize this opportunity, please have them CLICK HERE to sign up. Students must sign up by 12 noon on the day they plan to stay.
Transportation will not be provided, so please make arrangements to pick your student up by 5:30.
The Carver Bands will perform on Thursday, December 5th, in the Carver gym at 6:00pm. Band students should be seated by 5:45.
The Carver Chorus will perform on Monday, December 9, in the Laurel Hill Elementary cafeteria. The concert will begin at 6:00pm.
Chromebook Forms and Fee
The Chromebook fee ($25 per student) can be paid online with a debit/credit card using the below link.
To pay online, CLICK HERE.
Students are required to complete and turn in the Acceptable Use form and the Signature form before a device is issued to them. Both can be accessed below.
Students/parents/guardians can also pay the Chromebook fee at Carver Middle with cash or a check.
To view the Chromebook information packet, CLICK HERE.
You can also view an informational video prepared by Scotland County Schools Central Office by CLICKING HERE.
To access Chromebook forms, click below.
New York Times best-selling author/poet/biographer and award-winning illustrator, Carole Weatherford, visits Carver Middle School. Along with her presentation, sharing her history and inspiration, Ms. Weatherford brought her son, Jeffery Weatherford. Jeffrey is an award-winning children’s book illustrator and performance poet, who illustrates many of his mother's books. Each student received a copy of You Can Fly: The Tuskegee Airmen. While here, Jeffrey showed his talent by drawing a portrait of one our students.