Clubs & Organizations

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    The following Clubs and Organizations are available to student at Carver Middle School


    • Beta Club: 

      Carver's Junior Beta Club is affiliated with the National Beta Club Association. Membership is based on academic standing and service and a membership fee. Contact Mrs. Lockamy for more information. 
    • Book Club: 

      Any student, regardless of reading ability, may join book club, where we discuss what we are reading and do fun book-related activities. Book Club members often get exclusive access to Meet the Author sessions. Sometimes we read a book together; sometimes we read on our own and share, but we always have fun. Book Club meets monthly. Contact Mrs. Roper for more information. 


    • CEOs:

      Carver's Elite Organization is a mentoring program for boys. CEOS meet weekly with their adult mentor to work on character buidling activities and create a brotherhood. Students are recommended by faculty. Contact Mr. Manigo for more information.
    • GEMS:

      The GEMS/Girls want to have fun Club is a girl mentoring program focused on building social as well as educational skills for our young girls.  We meet weekly and in partnership with the City of Spartanburg encourage team work and motivational training for our girls. Contact Mrs. Barrett for more information.
    • Girls on the Run:

      The mission of Girls on the Run is to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. While we do run, and our goal is to run a 5k at the end of the season, we also do activities to work on the self-esteem of our girls.  Girls on the Run meets on Monday's and Thursday's (this semester) from 3:15-4:30.  Girls on the Run is a National Organization that promotes self-esteem and healthy living all over the country.  This past year, we had members of the girls soccer team at Converse helping us out.  There is a $25 joining fee, which includes all needed supplies and the meet at the end of the season.  We do have community members that do sponsor some of our girls, but we do ask that they contribute what they can.  Contact Coach Wright for more information.
    • Library Helpers:

      Library helpers volunteer their free time before school and during lunch to help in the library, shelving and processing books and running the checkout counter. Helpers must go through an application process and training. Contact Mrs. Roper for more information.
    • PALS:

      PALS club is a girls service organization. Girls help with events, teacher appreciation and community service. Contact Mr. Brothers for more information.
    • Student Council:

       Student Council members are elected by their peers at the beginning of each school year to a one-year service term. Class president, Vice President and classroom representatives are elective postiions and help to coordinate events such as Veteran's Day, Black History celebration and 8th grade graduation. Contact Mrs. Erickson with any questions regarding this group.

    • Robotics Team: 

      Competitive robotice team is by invitation only based on previous performance in engineering classes. Contact Mr. Youngblood with questions.