Each week Mrs. Williams recognizes six 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.
We are proud to be an IB and Dual Language Immersion School. If you are interested in learning more about Irvin and these programs, please come see us on Monday, November 13, from 6:00 - 7:30. Current students and families as well as those who are interested in enrolling their students into one of our programs are invitied to attend. New IB enrollments will be for K - 5 students out of Irvin's zone, and Dual Language would be for rising K or 1st graders who are in Irvin's zone.
PTO is holding their Holiday Shop from December 11-15. The holiday gift shop allows students to pick out and purchase inexpensive gifts for family and friends. A money envelope will come home so you and your child can decide together how much can be spent on each gift. Click on the headline or picture for additional information.
Teachers are going to be having a little holiday fun, and we would love for students to participate on dress up days. Please pay attention to the dates! If you would like some examples of ways to dress up, please click on the headline or the picture for more information.
Thurs., Dec. 7 – Wear your favorite Irvin shirt
Fri., Dec. 8 – Wear your crazy socks!
Mon., Dec. 11 – Wear your FAVORITE NFL gear (that means Carolina Panthers!) ;-)
Tues., Dec. 12 – Crazy Holiday Hat Day
Wed., Dec. 14 – Wear red and green
Mon., Dec. 18 – Wear your "ugliest" or "tackiest" Christmas sweater!
Tues., Dec. 19 – Dress up as your favorite Christmas movie character, book character, or overall Craziest Christmas attire you can find!
Wed., Dec. 20 – Polar Express Day!! Wear your favorite PJs to school.
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!