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SGT. WILLIAM CARNEY MEMORIAL ACADEMY Elementary School

Welcome to Carney Academy!

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DID YOU KNOW?

You Can Apply for SNAP Benefits

(Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)

(Formerly Food Stamps)

at New Bedford Public Schools

Family Registration Center

 455 County Street, New Bedford, MA 02740
Grocery Cart            Grocery Basket

Staff and applications are
 in English, Spanish, & Portuguese.

Contact: Family Support Line 508-997-4515

     "This project has been funded at least in part with Federal funds from USDA. This institution is an equal opportunity provider. The SNAP logo is a service mark of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. USDA does not endorse any goods, services, or enterprises."

                                                                                                                                                                         
Student Device Insurance Available

Sign Up Online at 
https://schooldevicecoverage.com/

Student Device Insurance English

Student Insurance Device Portuguese

                                                                                                                                                                         


CARNEY DISMISSAL PLAN

Dismissal

*STUDENTS WITH SIBLINGS IN MULTIPLE GRADES 
WILL DISMISS TOGETHER BASED ON YOUNGEST GRADE LEVEL DISMISSAL.

FOR EXAMPLE, A FAMILY WITH CHILDREN IN MS. SILVA’S KINDERGARTEN CLASS, 
3RD GRADE & 5TH GRADE FAMILIES WILL PICK UP ALL 3 STUDENTS 
USING THE KINDERGARTEN GRADE EXIT D13 (SPIDER-MAN) AT 2:10 PM

**YOU WILL FIND DECALS OF SUPERHEROES
ASSIGNED TO THE BUILDING EXITS

***WALKERS WITHOUT SUPERVISION PARENTS WILL BE
ESCORTED TO ELMS ST. OR KEMPTON ST.

                                                                                                                                                                         

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EVERYONE!  Please like and stay updated on our NEW Carney Academy Facebook Page (click below).

Carney Academy Facebook
Where we all shine like STARS!

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Upcoming Events

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Families, please refer to the Grab n' Go Schedule below.  Please see the note at the bottom that you can pick up for "the day or multiple days".  Thank you and Stay Safe!


Grab n' Go 

School News

Student Device Insurance Available

Students can now purchase insurance to cover their device against damage, theft, loss, or many other issues.

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Parent Support Group

Carney school counselors will be hosting a Parent Support Group.

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Student Accounts

Carney Students have Online Accounts

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Message from principal Reidy

Message from principal
Maria D. Reidy is in her 3rd year as principal of Sgt. William H. Carney Academy Elementary School. I wanted to be a teacher since I was in the second grade. I loved playing school with my siblings and I remember begging my parents for a chalk board. I attended Phillips Avenue School in New Bedford and had an amazing second grade teacher, Mrs. Gifford. She made me feel as if I could do anything and that year I knew what I wanted to be when I grew up -- A teacher! I attended Normandin Middle School and then off to New Bedford High School. I continued my education by attending Bristol Community College, Bridgewater State College, and Cambridge College to be an educator.

Being a principal is a challenge at times, but I can’t imagine doing it anywhere else. My Carney Families mean the world to me. My favorite part of my day is seeing my students learn in their classrooms. They bring such joy to my life and make me remember why I went into this profession. I am who I am because of them. To all my former students, thank you for being part of who I am today. You taught me many lessons throughout my years as a teacher in New Bedford. Our goal at Carney Academy is to create that connection I had with Mrs. Gifford here with our students.
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