George Washington Carver School of Arts and Science
October 9, 2017 News
"Listen! The wind is rising, And the air is wild with leaves, We have had our summer evenings, Now for October eves!" -Humbert Wolfe
*** Sacramento City Unified School District is celebrating DISABILITY HISTORY WEEK! *** (flyer)
October 9 - Order and purchase cap and gowns!
October 9 - Carver soccer vs. The Met @ HPHS
October 10 - Carver Visit Day 8:30 a.m. Check in at Main Office
October 11 - Carver soccer vs. Legion @ home
October 11 - New Parent Orientation Workshop 6:30-7:30 p.m. in Room 203
October 13 - Yearbook Cover art deadline. See Ms. Mitchell for details.
October 16 - New Tech vs. Carver @ SES
October 18 - Carver soccer vs. SES @ home
October 23 - Carver soccer vs. SES @ SES
October 25 - Carver soccer vs. The Met @ home
October 30 - Soccer Playoffs
October 30 - Picture make up day 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Stay tuned for seniors pictures info.
October 30- SPIRIT WEEK! (Monday: PJ Day, Tuesday: Costume Day, Wednesday: Wild
November 3 West Day, Thursday: Hippie/Waldorf Day, Friday: Mismatch Day)
November 1 - Soccer Championships
November 16 & 17 - Senior portraits. See Ms. Mitchell for an appointment.
Please RSVP for Parent Orientation Workshop
Is this your student's first year at Carver? Then this workshop set for 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 11 is meant for YOU!
Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
and include any specific questions you would like answered during the workshop, so we can plan accordingly.
Waldorf Education is approaching its
100th anniversary in 2019. At Carver we have received daily postcards
from Waldorf schools around the world. Carver students are sending
postcards to many Waldorf schools worldwide.
celebrate the 100th anniversary of Waldorf education and to highlight
Carver's 10th Anniversary, Carver is hosting the annual Alliance of
Public Waldorf Education Conference over Martin Luther King, Jr.
weekend, January 12-15.
Parents are welcome to attend the conference and we will need many
student volunteers to work with Mme Fain. More details will follow.
|Support Waldorf Curriculum at Carver
WE NEED YOUR HELP! State funds, which have
covered the cost of Main Lesson and other Waldorf curriculum and
supplies at Carver in the past, are no longer available. The GWC Guild
hopes to raise the $24,000 needed to support Carver for the 2017-18
school year. Our goal is to raise $125 per student, but the Guild
realizes each family's ability to give is different and all levels of
support are appreciated.
|Student Opportunities & More
Aguilar has been able to negotiate with our UC Merced partners to
provide the ability for Sacramento City Unified Students to attend their
Homecoming Open House taking place on Saturday, 10/21/2017.
Students will be offered the opportunity to attend free of cost and
will be provided breakfast on campus followed by a tailgate BBQ in the
Where: UC Merced Campus
When: Saturday, October 21, 2017
Target Group: 12th grade students who are on-track, 3.0 and above
How many students: We have room on two buses for a total of 80 students from all sites -Seats are available on a first come/first serve basis (we will book seats using the completed field trip packets we receive)
up: Buses will pick up from Rosemont, H. Johnson, C.K. McClatchy,
J.F. Kennedy and L. Burbank (For non-comprehensive schools, in order
not to over book the buses, we will need to know which school your
students will depart from)
Time: 6:00 am - 6:00 pm (depending on pick-up location)
We need a total of 8 chaperones in order to make this trip
happen. Please submit your name immediately if you're interested
in volunteering (this is also first come/first serve). Parents are
welcome to attend, but they must have cleared fingerprints on file)
you want to participate, contact Dr. Alessandri as soon as possible.
Student names must be received by the district no later than Wednesday,
October 11th, and completed field trip packets turned in no later than Monday, October 16th.
The Hagan Community Center seeks volunteers for its annual Halloween event which is scheduled for Saturday, October 28th
from 4:30-7:30 and is open to all in the community. Volunteers will be
assisting with set-up, running carnival games, face painting, and
clean-up. If interested, please contact Recreation Supervisor Brandi Dionne at (916) 369-9844.
deadline to apply for the Anne Ford and Allegra Ford Thomas scholarships
is fast approaching! Applications will remain open until November 6th.
High school seniors who are part of the graduating class of 2018 and
have an identified learning disability and/or ADHD are encouraged to
apply. All applications and supporting materials must be submitted by
November 6th. Information about eligibility requirements and how
to apply can be found at ncld.org/scholarships
The Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN) is excited to announce the third year of the Autistic Scholars Fellowship,
a scholarship which provides 4 to 6 autistic students with a $5,000
tuition scholarship to promote autistic leadership and create systemic
change on their college campuses. Fellows will be required to establish
or participate in a leadership role within a disability rights student
organization, work to promote Autistic culture and community, and take
steps to improve disability accessibility and inclusion on their
college campuses. Scholarship applications can be found here. Completed applications for the January 2018 scholarship period are due on Sunday, November 19th. Questions
about the fellowship program and the application process should be
directed to Reid Caplan, Leadership Programs Coordinator for ASAN, at email@example.com.
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