National Honor Society in Full Swing at Irvington High School
The Irvington High School chapter of the National Honor Society is in full swing. In its second year, the NHS welcomed back 28 members and inducted 60 more students in the fall.
Students are selected for the National Honor Society based upon the pillars of scholarship, service, leadership and character, and are required to perform community service. Juniors and seniors who were inducted as members of the inaugural National Honor Society are continuing last year’s peer tutoring program by working with their peers in different subjects.
“Most notably, the NHS members are currently helping to prepare their peers for the upcoming midterm exams by offering a series of tutoring options,” said Diana Cassidy, adviser for the National Honor Society. “Later this year the members of NHS will further embody the four pillars by engaging in additional community service and outreach opportunities.”
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
January 24, 7:00pm
Please join us for our second General Membership Meeting of the school year.
Wednesday, January 24
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Dows Lane Multi-Purpose Room
Agenda items include:
--Information on the Nominating Committee and the vote to elect this year’s members
--Interactive discussion about fundraising. What works? What doesn’t? Should we try something new? The PTSA would love to hear from you as we review fundraising for the next school year
Hope to see you there!
NOMINATING COMMITTEE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Volunteer to be on this year’s Nominating Committee!
The Nominating Committee’s job is to nominate one person to fill each of the nine upcoming openings on the Executive Committee for the July 1, 2018-June 30, 2020 term. The committee will meet several times between February and May.
For more information and to apply, please go to:
Nominating Committee Member Page
SPECIAL NEEDS COMMITTEE & IUFSD PPS DEPARTMENT PROGRAM
Please join us for a presentation on
Preparing for Your Child's Annual Review
Community Outreach Coordinator, Hudson Valley Special Education Parent Center
Westchester Institute for Human Development
Parents are integral partners in the special education process. This workshop will start with the purpose of the annual review, how the CSE team navigates the various sections of the IEP in their discussion and measures parents can take to effectively prepare for the annual review so as to properly engage in the CSE meeting. Discussion will include a review of essential online tools to support your preparation, as well as strategies for approaching differences of opinion and keeping the focus on your child.
Two Date/Time Options:
Monday, January 22, 2018
10:00 pm - 12:00 pm
Dows Lane Elementary School - Multipurpose Room
Tuesday, January 30, 2018
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Irvington High School/Middle School Campus CPR
RSVP to Patricia Riccobono at email@example.com
For more information, please click on: Annual Review Flyer
PRESCRIPTION DRUG TAKE BACK DAY
Saturday, January 20
Drop off your unused or expired medication!
Saturday, January 20
between 10 am and 2 pm
at the Irvington Police Station at 85 Main Street between.
For more information, including permanent drug disposal locations throughout Westchester, go to: http://www.iask-cab.org/takeback/
BEST OF WESTCHESTER
The Irvington Union Free School District is in the running to receive the coveted title of Best Public School District in Westchester County. Community members can cast their votes in Westchester Magazine’s Best of Westchester competition for 2018.
The District was voted as the best school district in the area in the annual Best of Westchester list for two consecutive years. In addition, Irvington High School students’ weather website, Weather in the Hud, was voted by the public as the best local website in 2016 and 2017.
The public can vote on a number of categories, including Best Public School District, from Dec. 4 through late January. Let your voice be heard and make IUFSD #1 again in 2018!
Vote now at www.westchestermagazine.com/bowvoting.
Join us in our work to bring out the best in Irvington schools.