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Carving Minds - Transforming Lives - Engineering the Future at George Washington Carver 6th Grade Center

Principal's Message

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On behalf of the George Washington Carver 6th Grade STEM Learning Center faculty and staff, I would like to welcome you to another school year with Lancaster ISD. We are extremely excited about working with you, your scholar, and the Lancaster community as we embark on this journey of excellence. 

At Carver, every staff member is dedicated to not just teaching the required content, but to educate with our scholars’ futures in mind. As such, we have adopted what we call the 6P’s of Academic and Character Performance. We have committed, and will require our students to do the same, to being Prompt, Productive, Positive, Prepared, Presentable and Polite in every aspect of the learning environment. With this as a focus, our goal is to promote that learning is a life-long process for teachers and scholars alike.

In addition to developing our scholars, it is my hope to strengthen the connection between the campus and the home environment. It would be a joy for our staff to partner with you in the education, growth and development of our scholar this school year.

We extend our support to you and invite you to actively participate in the campus programs and activities and to even join the campus PTA. You are a vital part of our success with your scholar and we know that we cannot do it without you.

I want to thank you in advance for your support and willingness to work with us as we work to engineer a brighter future for your scholar. I know it will be a rewarding school year.


Educationally Yours,
CoSheda Hurd, M.Ed.

maito: coshedahurd@lancasterisd.org
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Campus News

Lancaster High School Student Wins 3rd Place in TAME State STEM Competition Thumbnail Image

Lancaster High School Student Wins 3rd Place in TAME State STEM Competition

Lancaster High School 11th grade student, Dewitt Hunter, won third place in the Engineering Math section of the 33rd annual TAME State STEM Competition held the YMCA Collin County Adventure Camp in Anna, Texas. Hunter, who is also a member of the LHS En gineering Robotics club, was one of 28 Dallas County students selected to participate in the state-wide competition sponsored by Raytheon. Hunter said that events such as this competition offers great field learning opportunities.
New District Anti-Truancy Initiative Removes Barriers for Student Success Thumbnail Image

New District Anti-Truancy Initiative Removes Barriers for Student Success

Due to the receipt of the MetroTex Association of Realtors Charitable Trust Public Education Grant grant and Lancaster ISD Truancy Coordinator Dona Mitchell’s anti-truancy initiative, four campuses now have a new washer and dryer for teachers to utilize at any time throughout the day. Mitchell, who applied for the grant, believes that this is a major step in truancy prevention and will help teachers continue to remove barriers and fulfill the needs of students.
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Upcoming Events

Math Club

Time: 3 PM – 4 PM
Location: Room 307
May 30