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Carver Times May Edition Released!

>>MAY 2018 Edition<<   Carver Times    

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Track Standout Shynice Youmans Highlighted in Tribune

FULL TRIBUNE ARTICLE

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NHS Plants 21 Trees In East Falls in Conjunction with the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

On Saturday, April 21st, East Falls Tree Tenders with the assistance of four students from our National Honor Society planted 26 street trees among 13 properties in the East Falls section of Philadelphia. This effort was coordinated by science teacher, Mr. Lucci and was part of a biannual city-wide effort managed and sponsored by both…

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Thirst Project Travels from California to Spread Awareness for the Global Water Crisis

Devyn Drozdowski & Amy Klein drove from California to Engineering and Science to spread the message of the Global Water Crisis.  Thirst Project is the world’s leading YOUTH water activism organization.  They are a movement of high school and college students who build freshwater wells in developing nations and impoverished communities to provide people with safe,…

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E&S Alum, Widener Junior DeShawn Ivey Becomes President for the Day [FULL STORY]

Widener News Full Story