George Washington Carver High. 1591 Pennsylvania Street Memphis, Tennessee 38109 (901) 416-7594 Mrs. Michele Mason, Principal. Carver’s Blue Ribbon Team. Michele S. Mason James Bulloch, Sr. Steve Bratcher Elisa Johnson Patricia Pickens Dewayne Harris Shalifia Darden Clarence Shaw
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1591 Pennsylvania Street
Memphis, Tennessee 38109
Mrs. Michele Mason, Principal
The Vision of G. W. Carver is to
elevate the level of performance of its
students in the classroom, to motivate
them toward positive achievements
in life and to help them become productive
members of society and their respective
The mission of the staff and community
of G. W. Carver High School is to ensure
that all students acquire and apply
the knowledge and skills to become
productive citizens in a diverse society.
It is our philosophy that tolerance,
acceptance of responsibilities, caring and
self-sufficiency are trademarks of being a
good citizen. Our mission is to instill in
our students these qualities that will make
them productive members of our society.
Decrease class cutting
Decrease dress code
Increase recipients of academic awards
Increase number of students with perfect attendance
Increase students receiving citizenship awards
Increase student retention rate
Increase parental involvementGoals and/or Objectives(Results expected are decreases and increases of at least 20%)
the hall must have a hall pass.
Cooperate with School Authorities
Attend Daily and on time
Responsible Behavior(Keep hands, mouth and objects to ourselves!)
Verification for all tardies and absences
Rewards for appropriate behaviors
Faculty monitors hallways during changing of classes and assigned staff members walk hallways during class.
School-wide Behavior Intervention Plan
(All incidents must be documented)
1st offense-Conference with student
2nd offense-Telephone conference with parent
3rd offense- office referral/referral to Behavioral Specialist
6th –Board suspension
An old African saying states “that it takes a village to raise a child”. At George Washington Carver, we realize the impact of this saying. We would like to modify this saying from an educational standpoint: It may take a village to raise a child, but “it takes a hardworking, cooperative and inclusive staff and faculty to develop a well-rounded productive member of our society”.