Join us ONLINE for the Carver Science Fair! February 1-3. Deadline to register is January 28. Click on the title link for more information.
News and Announcements
Librarian Mrs. Osegueda is this year’s Carver Classified Employee of the Year! Thank you for your dedication to supporting the instructional mission of Carver School and for making the Library such a fun place for students to learn!
Along with a strong focus on academic rigor, Carver Pioneers learn about the virtues of Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship. These are the Six Pillars of Character traits within our Character Counts that exist throughout the educational experience at Carver School. Carver Pioneers are enabled to make well-reasoned choices while developing to inspire living with integrity and concern for others in an ever-changing world.
Carver School would like to convey our warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful holiday break and a happy 2022!
The 2021 Band Winter Concerts on December 8, 2021. Thank you HMS for hosting this fabulous holiday event and inviting Valentine and Carver 5th Graders! Kudos to HMS Band Director, Mrs. Katy Simpson and all her outstanding students!
The Carver PTA Golden Nuggets were established in 1976 to recognize exceptional parents and staff who have given outstanding contributions of time and talent to Carver. They embody the volunteer spirit that inspires our Carver Community. Please congratulate our amazing 2021-2022 Carver Golden Nugget recipients!
Facilitated by Carver PTA volunteers, the Carver Chess Club is where Pioneers have fun developing problem-solving, creativity, abstract reasoning, memory, concentration, critical thinking, strategic planning, and visualization skills. It's also a place for kids to enjoy each other's company as well as to learn how to play chess during lunch recess.
Congratulations to this month's Carver Cool Award recipients! Carver Pioneers are 😎 cool 😎 for being Caring, Accountable, Responsible, Valued, Excellent, and Respectful!
Commander Tebbetts, Detective Hernandez, Corporal Cardischi, and Officer Sandoval from the San Marino Police Department participating in an anti-bullying assembly to talk to upper grade Carver Pioneers about being positive bystanders and being good role models for the younger grade levels while reinforcing the importance of being responsible, respectful, trustworthy, fair, caring, and being good citizens.
Carver students taking the iReady diagnostic assessments to measure the rigor and depth of what student's know for growth monitoring, reading fluency, standards mastery, and personalized instruction to support all students for grade-level reading and mathematics.