Describe your favorite memory at Carver.
“My favorite memory at Carver is when we got to go to the movies and watch Paddington 2. It was a really funny movie because the grandma– nevermind, I don't want to spoil it for you! It's really funny movie, but I'm not going to say why.”
Who is your role model?
"My role model is Michael Jackson. He has good dance moves and he's really famous. He does one of my favorite dance moves: the moonwalk."
What do you want to be when you grow up?
“I want to be a police officer and a TV show producer. I want to be a police officer so I can save people, and I want to be a producer because it sounds fun. I think Carver could help me with that because I could practice acting like a police officer here.”
What is your biggest dream?
"To be rich."
And what would you do with the money?
"I would save it for my house bills."
Describe an accomplishment that you’re proud of.
"I really care about my family. Almost all of them are funny, and some of them speak a different language. Lots of them speak French. I don't speak it yet. I'm still learning."
Describe an accomplishment that you're proud of.
"I'm proud of breaking a board in karate class. I was surprised because I thought it was going to be really hard to break, but it wasn't. I was really happy."
Describe Carver to someone who doesn’t know what it is.
“Carver is a really fun place. It's a really good learning center that's named after someone really famous: George Washington Carver, the inventor of peanut butter!”