George Washington Carver School of Arts and Science
October 29, 2018
Important Dates
October 29 - Picture Re-takes
October 29 - Parent Information Exchange 11:30 a.m. @ Serna Center
October 29 - Soccer Playoff Game 4:15 p.m. @ Carver
November 1 - Soccer Championship Game
November 2 - Dia de los Muertos field trip (10th & 11th grades only)
November 2 - Minimum Day 12:55 p.m. dismissal
November 6 - Carver Visit Day 8:30 a.m.
November 7 - Carver Guild Meeting 6 p.m.
November 12 - No School in observance of Veteran's Day
November 16 - Minimum Day 12:45 p.m. dismissal
November 19-23 - Thanksgiving Break
December 5 - Carver Guild Meeting 6 p.m.
December 11 - Carver Visit Day 8:30 a.m.
December 14 - 3rd annual Carver Chili Cook-Off
Now is the time to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid also known as FAFSA. Read More
Carver Soccer Team Heads to Playoffs
The playoffs begin on Monday, Oct. 29. The matchups are:  The Met at Carver at 4:15 p.m. with the game being played at Carver and  SES at American Legion with the game being played at Garcia Bend Park.  The championship game will be held on Thursday, Nov. 1.
Final Standings:

American Legion
The Met
New Tech
Health Professions
Halloween Guidelines
Many of our students and families are excited about Halloween next Wednesday. Sacramento City Unified School District understands some of our schools, students and families plan on wearing costumes and engaging in other fun activities in the spirit of Halloween. As your family makes decisions about whether to engage in Halloween activities, we would like to make you aware of some key guidelines on costumes worn at school sites, as well as suggested recommendations on food choices.
Contribute to Carver's Country Store!
Planning is under way for the 3rd annual Carver Chili Cook-Off set for Friday, Dec. 14. Interested in donating handmade items to be sold at the Carver Country Store? Please email the GWC Guild at to learn more.
Enter the Chili Cook-Off!
When it comes to the story of chili, tales and myths abound!  Chili enthusiasts say one possible starting point comes from Sister Mary of Agreda, a Spanish nun in the early 1600s who never left her convent yet had out-of-body experiences in which her spirit was transported across the Atlantic to preach Christianity to the Indians. After one of the return trips, her spirit wrote down the first recipe for chili con carne: chili peppers, venison, onions, and tomatoes.
Sign up here to bring your award-winning chili for the 3rd Annual GWC Chili Cook-Off.  Enter Now
Coming Up!

Enter your award-winning chili by clicking HERE!
Want to volunteer at the event? Click HERE!
Check Out Carver's Spirit Gear
George Washington Carver School of Arts & Science's is celebrating more than 10 years as the first public Waldorf high school in the nation with some special edition spirit gear and we hope you join us!

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Dr. Allegra Alessandri, Principal |  Email Me |  916-395-5266
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