• Carver Elementary

    AR Rewards

    AR rewards will be distributed when a student reaches the correct number of points at each level.

    5 points = One Lanyard

    10 points = One Paw Pin

    20 points = One Paw Pin

    30 points = One Paw Pin

    40 points = One Paw Pin

    50 points  = One Bear Pin (The student will return the four paw pins earned previously to trade for a bear pin).

    60 points = One Paw Pin

    (The student will keep the Bear Pin (equals 50 points) in addition to the new paw pin (equals 10 points) to give them a running total of 60 points).

    70 points = One Paw Pin

    (The student will keep the Bear Pin (equals 50 points) in addition to the two new paw pins (which equal 20 points) to give them a running total of 70 points).

    80 points = One Paw Pin

    (The student will keep the Bear Pin (equals 50 points) in addition to the three new paw pins (which equal 30 points) to give them a running total of 80 points).

    90 points = One Paw Pin

    (The student will keep the Bear Pin (equals 50 points) in addition to the four new paw pins (which equal 40 points) to give them a running total of 90 points).

    100 books = One Blue and White Paw Pin (The student will return all the pins earned previously to trade for a blue and white bear pin to equal 100 books.  The process will continue as stated above for books earned over 100).

    • For a student to attend each nine week’s bear bucks celebration they must do the following for each grade level.

     First Grade-A student must reach the grade level assigned goal with an average of 80% or higher each nine weeks. 

     Second Grade, Third Grade, and Fourth Grade-A student must reach the grade level assigned goal with an average of 85% or higher each nine weeks.

    • The student who receives the class and grade level AR award at the conclusion of the school year will be the student who has the highest number of AR points with an average of 80% or higher for the first grade and an average of 85% or higher for the second, third and fourth grade.