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Hello Carver Family, 

This is it! The count down for the end of the school year, as of Monday, April 30th, there are 20 student days remaining. We have experienced many ups and downs but we have grown, evidence can be seen in your child, physical growth, emotional growth and academic growth. We are five days away from the State’s requirement to demonstrate growth through our performance on the MAAP exam. Testing at Carver will begin May 7th and will continue through May 18th.

All students will be tested in Math and English Language Arts. The 5th graders will have an additional test in Science. It is imperative that all students test so, attendance is very important. Please do not schedule any appointments during the school day during the testing period. Testing will be taking place all day , in the morning and in the afternoon so early dismissal cannot occur at this time. Also, please have your children at school on time.


The month of May is also filled with many events to celebrate. The week of April 30th was “spirit week” and the District sponsored an “ice cream party” on May 4th.

Additionally the 6th grade “Spring Formal” is May 18th and 3rd, 4th and 5th grade awards is May 21 st. May Day is May 23rd, 6th grade graduation is May 24th and the last day of school for students is May 25th. We are both excited and anxious for this busy month.

Thank you to all students, parents, guardians, teachers and staff for making this a great school year at Carver.


 Thelma Green, Principal 



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Student - My”yonna Minor

Student: My'yonna Minor - My”yonna is a very hardworking and dedicated student. She takes charge and steps up when on one else will.

Trina Wright

Parent: Trina Wright - Ms. Wright is a very concerned parent. She makes sure her child is well prepared for class. Mrs. Wright calls and texts to check on her child on a weekly basis.

Nicole Moore

Teacher: Nicole Moore is a 4th grade self-contained teacher. I believe that all children can learn no matter the circumstances. If you reach out and show a child that you care, they will give you their all and more. I make sure that all 23 of my students feel loved, and in return, they give me all they have, and that is enough for me.