Each week Mrs. Williams recognizes five students as Principal’s Award Winners. These students were nominated by his/her teacher as someone who goes over and above with academic and behavior expectations! These students were recognized on Friday morning's news broadcast, received a certificate and a special prize. Congratulations to this week’s students! Click on the picture to enlarge.
Congratulations to Mrs. Steffini Eddins on her nomination and selection as Irvin's October SOAR member of the month. Mrs. Eddins always is thinking of fun ways to teach her students. Her students are now participating in a Global Read Aloud project with a class from Argentina! Congratulations to Mrs. Eddins!
We are in the middle of our Box Top contest. Remember the grade level with the most Box Tops turned in will win a science food festival. Latest reports show that a 2nd grade class is in the lead. Be sure to turn your Box Tops in by Friday, October 20th to be counted for the contest. Collecting Box Tops is easy and it is free money for our school!
Oct. 23 - Stomp out Drugs & Stomp Out Bullying! Wear BOOTS!
Oct. 24 - Team Up Against Bullying - Wear your favorite team shirt
Oct. 25 - Wear Orange "ORANGE you going to Unite Against Bullying!?"
Oct. 26 - "Being Bully Free is No SWEAT!" - Wear your sweats!
Oct. 27 - No school
The Cabarrus County Board of Education is reviewing options for creating a new boundary for Ryoal Oaks Elementary School. The new school will open in August 2018. Please join us at an information session to learn more about each of the scenario options. We welcome your participation, feedback and questions. The session at Irvin will be on Monday, October 23 at 6 pm. Click on the headline for additional information.
Calling all kindergarten through 3rd grade students!! We would like to invite students who want to learn Spanish to join our Spanglish Club. The club will meet on the last Tuesday of the month, and registration is required. Please click on the headline or the picture to get more information.
We want all students to participate in Pizza Hut’s Book It Program. Here is how it works. Each student will set a reading goal. Whey he/she meets their goal, he/she will receive a reading award certificate, good for a free one-topping personalized pan pizza. Goals will set by students with guidance from his/her teacher. For students not yet reading independently, a goal may be to have his/her parents or others read to them. Happy reading and happy eating!