The School District of Philadelphia will remain closed for the rest of the school year due to COVID-19.
Food benefits (P-EBT) cards will be distributed to qualifying families. Learn more HERE.
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Chromebook Pickup Dates and Times have CHANGED. Updated info HERE.
Need Chromebook help? Tech Hotlines added to Chromebook Loaner Program HERE. Internet info/resources are HERE.
Find more information about the District’s Continuity of Education Plan for students HERE. Digital Learning and Planned Instruction info HERE.
Grab-and-go meal distribution at our 50 District school sites occurs one day per week. Learn more HERE. Sites are listed HERE.
For the latest update from Superintendent Hite, included updates on Chromebooks and supports, Digital Learning resources, how to connect with school-based staff, and calendar updates, visit our Coronavirus Information Hub.
PreK-12 Learning Guides are available HERE and at all District meal sites.
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On Thursday, October 25th, the E&S Cross-Country Team competed at the PIAA District 12 Championships at Philadelphia’s Belmont Plateau Cross-Country Course. The Girls team put in a great effort to finish the season with many personal bests. The Boys Varsity Team finished second, qualifying for the State Championship meet in Hershey. Congratulations to all the…
While our upperclassmen were meeting with prospective Colleges and Universities at our college fair, our entire 9th and 10th grade classes visited local schools.
On Thursday, October 18th, the E&S Cross-Country Team competed in the Philadelphia Public League Championships. The Boys Varsity team placed second overall, narrowly missing the title. Six Varsity boys earned All-Public honors: Meless Badume, Aaron Drumwright, Kendrick Key, Andrew Drumwright, Andrew Moreland, and Thomas Gelaye. On the Girls Side, the Varsity team placed 11th in…
Sixty-five schools came to Carver to meet one-on-one with our juniors and seniors to talk about their respective colleges and answer questions.
On October 4, 7th graders visited the Wagner Free Institute of Science for a lesson on the history of this collection. Did you know North Philadelphia was a suburb at the time William Wagner lived here, on the corner of what is today 17th and Montgomery? Or that the Wagner was the first branch of…
May Edition of The Carver Times is out! Student journalists investigated issues that impact our future. Carver students invite you to think about the elections in 2020, college, entertainment, sports, gender, adulting, and climate change. What does the future hold for us? What do we bring to the future? Carver Times released in their new…