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 Monday, January 17th, in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. Tuesday and Wednesday are optional workdays for staff, and there will be no school for students.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING UPCOMING BASKETBALL GAMES AND WRESTLING MATCHES!!
Due to an increase in the number of positive COVID cases in our school and community, attendance at upcoming basketball games and wrestling matches will be limited to the immediate families of team members.
***Students who are not immediate family members of the players – that is brothers or sisters – should not remain on campus for games and are expected to leave at regular dismissal.
We appreciate your continued support in helping to keep our students safe. Please continue to check our webpage and Facebook page for updates.
Carver Middle School Benchmark Testing
January 7, Friday - 8th Grade Science
January 11, Tuesday - 6-8 Grade Reading
January 13, Thursday - 6-8 Grade Math
***make-ups will be given on January 10, 12, and 14
SCOTS Testing Schedule (Virtual Learners)
January 10, Monday - 8th Grade Science
January 12, Wednesday - 6-8 Grade Reading
January 14, Friday - 6-8 grade Math
CONGRATULATIONS to Carver Middle School's FBLA for receiving an award for "Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference - Largest Local Chapter Membership Carver Middle School Southeast Region". Congratulations to Breanna Clark who placed 3rd place for the "Career and Exploration" and Jayla Miller who placed 3rd for the "Elevator Speech". We are so proud of you all!! Go Eagles!
The 2021 PEE DEE ELECTRIC Bright Ideas Grant has been awarded to our very own Catherine Gates. Mrs. Gates applied for the grant to fund a mobile Makerspace lab...a FabLab. The FabLab will be a mobile makerspace teachers can use within their classrooms to incorporate hands-on learning activities which support their instruction. All subject areas can use FabLab in cross-circular problem-based learning opportunities allowing students to create, build, and modify their solutions. The goal of FabLab is to expand the amount of materials, tools, and equipment available to teachers to inspire and encourage student creativity.
Congratulations, Mrs. Gates, and thank you for all you're doing for Carver Middle School!
During the Scotland County Schools Board of Education Committee-Of-the-Whole meeting, Beverly Williams-Dockery was announced as the Carver Middle School Key Personnel Award winner for October. In his nomination letter for Ms. Williams-Dockery, Carver Middle School Principal, Patrick Peed stated: “Mrs. Dockery’s efforts extend well beyond her title as Bookkeeper, Carver Middle School. She is an outstanding administrative assistant and office manager as well. Mrs. Dockery keeps us all on the straight and narrow way -- a major undertaking in a middle school with more than 700 students and staff.”