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Archive for May, 2019

Students posing with microphones

Carver Times Staff Meet NPR Politics Reporters

On Friday, April 26th, student journalists from The Carver Times attended a live-taping of the NPR Politics Podcast at the National Constitution Center, where they asked questions of NPR’s Politics reporters and met them afterwards. Here are our students with Ron Elving, Ayesha Rascoe, and Scott Detrow. 

Carver's Run Philly Students Close Out The Season with Bar Association 5K/10K

Carver’s Run Philly Students Close Out The Season with Bar Association 5K/10K

Carver’s Students Run Philly Style team finished their last race of the season! The team completed the Bar Association’s 5/10k at the Please Touch Museum. A special shout out to 7th grader Daisy Moore for placing first in her 5k division, 7th grader Steve Jackson for coming in 8th out of 82nd overall in the 5k,…

Students posing with chess trophy

Madison Wins Philly Girls Chess Championship

Madison Ford-McKnight wins top female at the Philly Girls Chess Tournament.  Congratulations on her continued success!  

students posing near the visitor center sign

E&S Travels to Maryland’s Eastern Shore [PHOTOS]

Carver students attended the 5th Annual Cultural Trip to Maryland’s Eastern Shore. They toured and had lunch at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and visited the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center. 

Poetry slam

Carver’s Poetry Slam Team Reaches Finals [FLYER ATTACHED]

Ms. Townsend and Volunteer Poet/Carver Alum c/o ’09, Marquis Wright-Lee are pleased to announce that Carver’s first Poetry Slam Team are advancing to the Philly Slam League’s Championship Finals on Friday, May 24th at the Kimmel Center. The competition will be from 6:30p-8:30p and is open and free to the public.

Students on a rock

Outward Bound Returns from Five Day Expedition

Six students from Carver participated in this season’s first expedition of Philadelphia Outward Bound. They backpacked more than fifteen miles over five days, starting at Dunfield Creek and ending near Crater Lake along the New Jersey portion of the Appalachian Trail. Our students managed rocky terrain, wet nights and an end-of-week rock climbing experience. The…