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Students at Rock the Street

E&S Girls “Rock The Street”

Rock The Street, Wall Street is a national financial literacy program designed to spark the interest of high school girls into careers of finance. After “graduating” from the fall workshops, our students visited BlackRock where they interviewed investors — an excellent networking opportunity for the girls to meet women in the financial services field. Students loved the…

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Carver Times May Edition Released!

>>MAY 2018 Edition<<   Carver Times    

Carver Times Supplement: From Philly to Parkland, Carver says #Enough

From Philly to Parkland, Carver says #Enough Our school community gathered to stand up for victims of gun violence across the nation on Wednesday, March 14th. Organizers Agung Putra and Abigail Brown highlighted both victims of the school shooting in Parkland and teenagers killed from guns in Philadelphia over the past year. Gun violence anywhere…