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CarverStudentsWelcome to Carver Elementary School!

The mission of Carver School is to Invigorate the Mind, Invest in the Heart, and Invent the Future. Our staff is committed to creating a supportive environment that inspires all students to grow academically, socially and emotionally.  Our focus with technology is to move from enhancing to transforming student-centered learning.  We believe together, we can achieve AMAZING things!

Carver Teams Earn Honorable Mention in Global Robotics Coding Competition

Despite school disruptions due to COVID-19, a team of two fifth graders and a team of one second grader from Carver were both awarded Honorable Mention winners in the 2020 Wonder League Robotics International Robotics Competition.  Lily Wagener and Addilyn Dolan, from Team Creative Coders, and Ben Valentine, from Team One and Only Ben, were highlighted as two teams that stood out among the 8,400 kids competing from 90 countries worldwide. These two teams finished among the top ten in their age group.  Congratulations to Lily and Addilyn on winning the Aspiring Authors award and to Ben for earning the Artistic Achievement honor. Visit the Wonder League website to read more about these prestigious awards.
Team Creative Coders

Team One and Only Ben







MrPetersonSillyStringFirst grade students from 1C enjoyed spraying silly string all over Mr. Peterson, after hearing that their class brought in the most money for the PTG sponsored Carver Cougar Crawl fundraiser.  Students from every class were rewarded for their fund-raising efforts by participating in special activities organized by the PTG.  The money raised will be used for play ground upgrades, field trips, classroom projects and technology.  Thank you to everyone that volunteered to help, giving either the gift or time or money.

Thank you to the Dubuque Racing Association/Q Casino for the grant funds we have received.
2019:  Awarded $3,931.77 (Recess/Playground Equipment)
2018:  Awarded $9,770.00 (Audio equipment for classrooms)
2017: Awarded $8,994.58 (Library/Robotic Makerspace)
2016: Awarded $3,775.75 (Security cameras)