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  • Weekend Update 06-06-21

    Hello, amazing Carwise Middle families.  This is Mr. Eiben, your awesome principal, reaching out with your final weekend update of the school year!  We have made it to the last three days of school!

    This Monday and Tuesday students will finish their last three final exams.  We did have to change the exam schedule for Tuesday to accommodate student laptop collection.  Thus, the period 4 exam on Tuesday has been moved to the beginning of the school day.  I have attached the updated schedule. 

    Attention parents of Traditional students, we will be collecting all student laptop computers on Tuesday.  Please be sure your child brings their computer AND charger so they can be checked back into school.  This way we can reimage our computers and have them ready for next school year.

    Wednesday is the last day of school.  Parents, please remember that this is an early release day and school will end at 2:10PM.  I have attached the bell schedule for this day as well.

    Attention parents of MyPCS students, we will be collecting student laptops computers on Thursday and Friday.  We will also be collecting textbooks AND distributing yearbooks.  We wanted to combine everything at once in order to limit the number of times you would need to come to the school.  Please use the attached form for returning textbooks.  Also, please ensure that you return the computer charger with your computer.  Below is our schedule for these two days:

    • Thursday, June 10th –     Last Name A --- L             10:00-11:30AM   OR   1:00-2:30PM
    • Friday, June 11th –           Last Name M --- Z           10:00-11:30AM   OR   1:00-2:30PM

    Parents don’t forget about the Summer Bridge enrichment program.  This is a great way to prevent the summer slide in academics.  Don’t forget to register your child for this great event (see the attached flyer). 

    Also, PCS is also offering Accelerated Math Prep courses at no cost to families for students entering Algebra 1 or Geometry.  These virtual self-paced courses start with a pre-test and ends with a post-test, so students can skip the areas they’ve mastered and can concentrate on lessons they need most.  Please check out the attached flyer for more information.

    Another great way to keep your child academically engaged is to take part in the Reading with the Rays initiative.  By taking part and completing 24 hours of reading, students can earn two free lower level tickets to a Rays game.  Check out the attached flyer for more details.

    Last, I have also attached information regarding summer meal distribution.  This service is provided for any kids in our community who are 18 years of age and younger.  Food will be distributed on Thursdays from June 10th until July 29th from 4PM to 6PM at 12 different locations.  Please read the attached flyer for more information.

    That wraps it up for my final weekend update.  Thanks again families and staff for your patience, flexibility, and support as we navigated our way through this very different school year.  I have enjoyed working with your children this year.  I wish everyone a happy and safe summer.  I look forward to a “more normal” school year next year.  Take care and enjoy your summer!


    Final Exam Bell Schedule 2020-2021.xlsx 

    Last Day Bell Schedule 2020-2021.docx 

    Textbook Return Form.docx 

    Summer Bridge 2021 Flyer - Middle School.pdf 

    Accelerated Math Prep Flyer.pdf 



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    6th Grader Elective form

    Click here to download the elective form Incoming 6th Grader elective form

    7th and 8th grade Elective forms can be found here: /site/Default.aspx?PageID=4354


    Please be aware that the window to request a PE Waiver is now open.  Pinellas County Schools PE Waiver  (also available through the RESOURCES link on this website)

    Any 7th grader wanting to waive PE for 7th grade must also take health this summer as Health and PE are paired.

    To register your student in Virtual Health Education, please do the following:

    1. Visit:
    2. Click on Enrollment/Registration
    3. Click on Middle School Courses
    4. Scroll down to M/J Health 5 for 7th Graders and click on Register Now.

    Your student will take the course virtually over the summer.  For additional information or questions for Pinellas Virtual School, please call 588-6448.  Have a great day.


    PCS Connects Enrichment Activity

    The district will be holding different learning sessions for all students to attend after school. These opportunities are called PCS Connects Enrichment Opportunities. You will be receiving information about these sessions from the communications department.

    Flyer MS ELA PCS Connects Enrichment Activity


    Learning Option Change Request

    Starting second semester, parents may request a change from/to face-to-face learning and from/to MyPCS Online at any time. The school will work to honor the change within five school days of receiving the request. Parents should be aware that changing Learning Options will likely result in a change of teachers/courses. Not all core and elective courses are offered in both Learning Options.


    To submit your request:

    • Email or call 727-724-1442 ext. 2007 and speak to Diane Giaccone
    • Include “Learning Option Change” in the subject of your email
    • In the body of the email, please include your child’s full legal name, grade and the best phone number to contact you if more information is needed.
    • Also, include in your email if you want to move TO face-to-face or TO MyPCS online.


    The school will respond to your request within five school days with information on when the change will take place and any important information to make the Learning Option Change successful for your child.

    If you have additional questions, please contact your grade level Assistant Principal:



    Please remember to check your student’s lunch balances.  We want ALL of our students to have access to nutritious lunches daily!  According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, food impacts learning.


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    Thank you for volunteering at Carwise Middle School.  We appreciate your support to our students and our community.  Ther is a new website to log in your volunteer hours:

    This will enable you to activate your volunteer status and log volunteer hours. Your username is V.last name and first initial of first name. Password is last name and birth year (19_ _).



    If you have a NEW student who needs to REGISTER for Carwise Middle School, please email Diane Giaccone or call our front office at (727) 724-1442.


    If you are looking for additional information, please do not hesitate to send a message: email the webmaster or call the school (727) 724-1442. 



Our Mission

  • Our Vision 

    Carwise Middle School's vision is 100% student success.


    Our Mission

    The mission of Carwise Middle is to provide a world-class education for students preparing them for high school graduation, post-secondary opportunities including college, vocational training and the world of work. 


    Our Core Values

    The core values of Carwise Middle School are to provide a safe environment for learning, while working together to develop a world-wide perspective that ensures students become knowledgeable, skilled, responsible, and accountable leaders in their future endeavors. 



    School Goals:
    Highest Student Achievement
    For all students to be at their appropriately determined grade level in reading, writing, math, and science using best practices including technology.

    Highest Student Achievement will be accomplished by implementing an Integrated Management System, developing a High Performing Workforce, building a relationship with Partners, and assuring a Safe Learning Environment.

    Safe Learning Environment
    To promote student respect of the learning environment and an accident free work environment.

    Carwise Middle School Outcomes:
    We want our students to become:

    • effective communicators
    • collaborative workers
    • creative thinkers and problem solvers
    • self-directed learners
    • community contributors
    • social interactors
    • quality producers