Stepping Stones is an engaging destination — and they also bring their wonders to Carver kids at the Carver Community Center this summer. Today, Stepping Stones staff engaged young Carver campers in the age-old story “Three Little Pigs”!
Jaden Snow, who will be a ninth grader at Rye Neck High School this fall, can solve the Rubic’s Cube in a minute or so. Jaden is revealing his technique in a workshop for 7 to 9 year old boys at the Carver Community Center this summer. The workshop occurs for one hour per day for two weeks. Jayden raised the funds to provide each participating camper with his own Rubik’s Cube to keep (and to take home to practice with during the summer’s workshop). Jayden also provides support to Carver summer camp counselors and their supervisors during the day.
Carver’s Summer Enrichment Programs at the Carver Community Center and at Columbus Magnet School are for Norwalk students ages 5 through 13 years old. The program offerings range from swimming to project-based and hands-on personalized learning to prepare students for the coming school year.
On the first day of summer camp, Monday, July 1, 2019, at 11:30 AM, Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling, Congressman Jim Himes, Norwalk Common Council member Greg Burnett, Doug Adams (Brookfield Properties), Vernece Richardson (King Industries), Stanley Seligson (Seligson Properties), Carver Board members and other Carver leaders and guests gathered together to officially open the new playground at the Carver Community Center.
Join Mayor Rilling and Congressman Himes for our Playground Ribbon Cutting on Monday July 1st at 11:30AM. Following a successful fundraising drive led by student volunteers at New Canaan High School, the new playground is now ready for Carver’s summer camp students to enjoy. Our new playground has all the latest safety and fun learning features for K-5 aged children, including a new padded surface that ties together all the pieces of the playground.
Please join Mayor Harry Rilling and other special guests as we officially spring to life Carver’s new playground on Monday, July 1st, at 11:30 AM at the Carver Community Center. Following a successful fundraising drive led by student volunteers at New Canaan High School, the new playground is now ready for Carver’s summer camp students to enjoy it.
Young people and their proud parents came together at the Carver Community Center for our 49th Annual Testimonial Dinner on Friday, June 7, 2019. Each year, the Carver Foundation of Norwalk awards Carver students, including current college students, with scholarships and recognition.
US Senator Richard Blumenthal and Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling joined dozens of Deloitte employees and Carver staff at the Carver Community Center on Friday, June 7, 2019, on the occasion of Deloitte’s annual day of service—Impact Day.
Carver students gathered in the Carver Community Center gym yesterday to exhibit their STEAM creations.
See all the photos of the showcase here in our Facebook album.
a successful fundraising drive led by student volunteers, we are breaking ground on the new playground for the Carver Community Center. The interns from New Canaan High School planned and implemented this campaign.
Carver's aging playground was built for pre-kindergartgen children. What we are now building is a playground with all the latest safety and fun learning features for K-5 aged children, including a new padded surface that ties together all the pieces of our planned playground together.