WELCOME TO CARVER!
Carver Center is an elementary school for identified gifted and talented students. Our primary focus is to create the very best learning environment for the unique needs of GT students. We continually strive to be a school for GT students, not of GT students. Providing a rich learning environment that challenges gifted students to maximize their unique potential is at the forefront of all curricular and campus decisions.Through the promotion of scholarly behavior, depth and complexity in learning, creation of concern for others, stimulation of critical and independent thinking skills, and development of effective communication skills, we will reach this goal. Utilizing personalized learning models, Carver Center students take responsibility for their own progress and understand that their voice has an impact on not only their current learning, but eventually the world in which they will reside as citizens.
Students at Carver Center have access to multiple avenues of technology to enhance their learning. They participate in accelerated and enriched learning based on their individual abilities, personalized choices and progress. Opportunities exist for students to explore their diverse interests and talents, including robotics, community service, STEM, art, gardening and more. Destination Imagination provides an opportunity for all students to grow in their ability to problem solve, work as a team, think critically and build leadership and communication skills.
Here on our website, you can find a variety of resources to enhance your student's experience at Carver Center. Scroll across the tab menu at the top of the page to find information about things like dress code requirements, test results, how to contact a teacher, and many other resources. For quick links to some must-have info, check out the four boxes below this message. They’ll direct you to district-wide information, like bus routes, the school calendar, Anonymous Alerts, and Skyward, the Family/Student Access system with everything you need to know to track your student's progress. There are also helpful links for district staff. We’re also highlighting some of the things going on that showcase your campus.
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The fourth-grade team won the High Instant Challenge and the Renaissance Award, a special award for exceptional skill in the areas of engineering, design or performance. A sixth-grade team also is advancing to state and picked up a Renaissance Award in the process.