End of School Year Info

           Important End of Year Information for our Bears

Grab-N-Go Meals will continue
The meals will be distributed to any child under the age of 18 at Carver Middle School Monday through Thursday, between 9 AM to 12 Noon. On Thursday, students will also receive their meals for Friday.

If you have questions or need assistance from the school, please call the school prior to coming.

Summer School Contact:
Contact Assistant Principal Joy Lewis with any summer school questions at [email protected]

Student Belongings Pick-Up and Awards
Please come through the bus loop Monday thru Thursday from 9:00am to 12:00pm to pick up the following items:
• P.E. contents from lockers
• Honor Roll Awards and Certificates
• Basketball Awards

Digital Devices:
6th -8th grade students will keep their laptops over the summer and can continue practicing skills using their Launchpad apps. If you are withdrawing your child to go to another school in the district or out of the district, please contact the school for withdrawal information.
All 6th -8th grade students will have access to I-Ready through July 24th. We encourage our Bears to continue completing lessons to stay sharp this summer.

Registrations and Withdrawals
Please call the school if you have any questions regarding registrations or withdrawals. The Registration Process & Policies can be viewed on the OCPS New Student Registration site linked below:
Please fill out the application packet at the link above and scan all required documentation to [email protected]

-Birth Certificate
-School Entry Physical
-Shot record on the FL-680 form
-Proof of Residency
-Copy of the Guardian's ID

If you have any questions, please contact the school between 7:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday.

Summer Reading Challenge
OCPS is challenging our students to read 1 million minutes as a district this summer!
Click the pictures below for more details on how to log your summer reading minutes

OCPS has established a website to provide parents with a single location to find resources related to distance learning. Tips are provided in multiple languages (English, Spanish, Haitian Creole, and Portuguese). Visit for information regarding:
*the OCPS Instructional Continuity Plan
*Grab n’ Go FREE meal information
*Mental health resources
*ESE resources
*ELL resources
*Internet access option
*Device care tips
*Distance assistance tips for parents and students

The Student Services department in collaboration with the Homeless Education department created a new resource for families to gain assistance from the various social and mental health services provided by the district. The new resource is called OCPS Supports. Parents/guardians will be able to complete a short survey with their contact information and the department where they are seeking assistance. A staff member will be in touch with the family within one to two business days. Click on the link to get started: