The WORKS (Working On Refocusing, Redirecting, Realigning Kids Successfully) program is a restorative justice based program currently in use in several public schools and systems in
Georgia. The stated purposes of the program are to improve the relationship between school and home through parental involvement, implement strategies to improve teacher – student
relationships and to implement alternatives to suspension and strategies to improve student behavior and decrease the amount of instructional time lost.
See the full description of this successful program here:
Congratulations to Ms. Amiya Wright for bringing home big wins this week at the Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) Awards Dinner. Amiya received awards for the
- Early Childhood Education Career Cluster Student of the Year
- Carver High School CTAE Student of the Year
- Muscogee County School District CTAE Student of the Year
Amiya also received a 2-year, all expenses included scholarship to Columbus Technical College.
G.W. Carver High School was well-represented this year for student accomplishments in CTAE. The following students were nominated by teachers in their respective pathways for student awards this year.
|Business Management and Administration||Kayla Danford||Business and Technology|
|Education and Training||Amiya Wright||Early Childhood Education|
|Finance||Teriyana Coley||Financial Services|
|Government and Public Safety||Mahkaylah Harris||JROTC|
|Health Science||T’yunna Scott||Allied Health|
|Information Technology||Parrish Farley||Web Design|
|Marketing||Robyn Ramsey||Fashion Marketing|
|STEM and Manufacturing||Alexander King||Manufacturing|
|Transportation, Distribution and Logistics||Carvontae Hinton||Maintenance and Light Repair|
|Work Based Learning||Mahkaylah Harris|
We are so proud of the accomplishments of these motivated students and look forward to the great things they will achieve in the future.
2019 Graduation Yard Signs are now on sale for $20. Students can see Ms. Robinson in 2618 to pick up an order form. Parents can email Ms. Robinson at email@example.com for more information.
See the yard sign sample here
See a gallery dedicated to Carver’s JROTC cadets. Acclaimed photographer Jessica Ingram captured cadets of Carver’s Tiger Battalion JROTC in candid moments and is displaying the many photographs in the Illges Gallery of the Corn Center, in an exposition called ‘We Are Carver’.
Yesterday, Tuesday Feb 12, in the evening hours MAJ Branch and a platoon of uniformed cadets were on hand to join Jessica in the launching of the gallery, which will be displayed for only several weeks.
Join us in the middle to high school transition fair! See more information in the flyer.