George Washington Carver School of Arts and Science
April 23, 2018
Important Dates
April 25 - 11th grade field trip to UC Merced & UOP 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
April 28 - Kids Day in Rancho Cordova
May 3 - Open House @ 6 p.m.
May 4 - Minimum Day 12:55 p.m. dismissal
May 5 - NAMI Walk
May 8 - Teacher/Staff Appreciation Day
May 9 - Carver Parent Guild Meeting @ 6 p.m. NEW DATE
May 19 - Carver X Garden Gala 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
May 28 - No school in observance of Memorial Day

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Earlier this month a group of Carver juniors took a field trip to the Fashion Institute of Design and Marketing in San Francisco.
Carver Intramural Basketball Team Season Starts Today
Congrats to the final roster for the 2018 Carver Basketball team: #6 Zuzu West,
#18 Sadie Prawalsky, #11 Sydney Lenz , #15 Maddie Pineo , #4 Kayle Melicher, #17 Lea Fehringer, #8 Robert Weaver, #5 Isaiah Thomas, #33 Shepherd Lee, #3 Adam Blackstone, #14 Remi Olivares, #23 Denzel Castanon
#13 David Pickens ll and #69 John Taylor.

Thank you to everybody who tried out this year! This week, Carver opens the season versus American Legion on Monday, 4/22 at home. They also play on Wednesday at Carver versus Health Professions. As always, we appreciate all of the support from the student body, parents and faculty.
4/23
Legion @ Carver
4/25
New Tech @ Carver
4/30
Carver @ HPHS
5/2
SES @ Carver
5/7
No game
5/9
Legion @ Carver
5/14
Carver @ New Tech (SES)
5/16
HPSA @ Carver
5/21
Carver @ SES
5/23
No game

HPHS-Health Professions -- 451 McClatchy Way, Sacramento, CA 95818
SES-Science and Engineering and New Tech-- 345 Gloria Dr, Sacramento, CA 95831
* Carver is home court for Carver and American Legion
Carver Students Participating in NAMI Walk
George Washington Carver is supporting the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) by participating in the NAMI Walk at William Land Park from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at William Land Park on Saturday, May 5. The mission of NAMI is to provide education and support for those who have a mental illness and their families. They also have campaigns to stop stigma against mental illness. Anyone wishing to walk on the team or support our team financially can go to www.namiwalks.org.
*Participating students will earn community service and can use the walk for their C3 project.
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Teacher & Staff
Appreciation Lunch
Let's show our wonderful Teachers & Staff how much they mean to our school community! On Tuesday, May 8th the Carver Parent Guild will be serving up a traditional picnic lunch for our amazing teachers and staff in the Teachers Lounge. Please sign up to bring an item on the list!


*Please note: Perishable items can be dropped off in the morning and put in the staff fridge.
CARVER X GARDEN GALA
Celebrating Carver's 10th Anniversary
6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on May 19, 2018
LIVE MUSIC ~ BEER, WINE & ANNIVERSARY COCKTAIL ~
HEAVY HORS D'OEUVRES
Tickets $75-$100 (sliding scale)
We're celebrating George Washington Carver School of Arts & Science's 10th anniversary with some special edition spirit gear and we hope you join us!
Check out all the shirts (note: some of the darker colors are not compatible with the logo, so be sure to check the preview carefully)!
We also have some coffee mugs, bags and stainless steel water bottles from which to choose.
Student Opportunities

Deadline extended to April 30, 2018. Judges will be Ianna Frisby and Laura Parker.
Please invite and encourage your students to apply to Fe Gallery's "Metamorphosis," a high school art show. The exhibit will be held at the Fe Gallery in East Sacramento throughout June and July 2018. It will be professionally juried by local college professors, who will select at least one student to receive a cash scholarship and a chance to be included in a subsequent group exhibit at the gallery. Other prizes will be determined over the next months as we complete our crowd-funding campaign.
The exhibit and scholarship are intended to highlight and promote the advanced art programs offered at high schools in the greater Sacramento area. The application is open to high school seniors beginning on November 15, 2017, and ending April 30, 2018. The preferred process of submitting applications to the gallery will be done electronically to art@fegallery.com. However; we will accept mailed applications to Fe Gallery/NetApp, 1100 65th Street, Sacramento, CA 95819.
If you have any questions please email or call Fe Gallery.
Dear teachers,

My name is Bernardo and I am from Anabá Waldorf School in Florianópolis, Brazil
I write this letter in order to ask for some help.

For several months I have being trying to find a "partner" on the Wal-di platform to exchange experiences through this program.

My conclusion, after several attempts is that:
From a person who lives in a country which the mother tongue (Portuguese) is not part of the mainstream languages, the options are extremely scarce.

So, I have decided to write to your school to see if I can find a way to make myself known and, perhaps, broaden my possibilities to find someone.

Well, I am at the first period of the 11th grade (since our school year starts in February - summer here), and the last opportunity for me to travel through the program would be next semester (beginning in August). I know we do not have much time, but it is because of that I am taking a more direct attitude towards my plans.

I speak English and Spanish reasonably well, and I know a bit of French (I have been in France for 4 months accompanying the studies of my mom). I am an "easy-going" boy, in certain ways I am independent (I know how to take care of myself) and have many interests in life. The most crucial now is to have this experience in another country, because I know this will sum many good things in my personality and therefore, my life.

My family is very open to host a student for as long as six months starting in the beginning of next year (February). We are already receiving next August a boy from Switzerland (the "partner" of my sister who is in the 10th grade). In our school, right now, there are two exchanging students (a girl from Australia and another from Germany). And the ideal duration of the experience for me (and my family) would be from four to six months. But we are very flexible on that.

Well, I hope I've not been to "desperate", but I really do not know another way to make my dream come true. If there is a family who could host me without a student of my age, I would be very happy too.

Good luck for all of us.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Bernardo Varalla Scansani
Whatsapp: +55 48 99646-4496
Instagram: Be_Scansani

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Seen At Carver
Chemistry teacher Melanie Jaramillo snapped this photo from a lab earlier this month at Carver -- check out what formed in a group's Erlenmeyer flask!

Help Us Hit Our Target!
Archery is a favorite activity for students at Carver. All students learn and practice archery during a block each year in Physical Education class. Nearly 10 years ago, Ms. Schroeder received a grant from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife which provided bows and arrows, targets and all the equipment needed to run a successful archery program at Carver. Nearly a decade -- and hundreds of students later -- Carver needs to replace and replenish the school's archery equipment. Donate at

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