Mathletes Score Points in Competitions
Members of the Math League Club at Main Street School – also known as “mathletes” – competed in five national math meets over the course of the school year. As a result, Isabella Ding emerged as the lead scorer for the school’s fourth-grade team and Tane Kim was the lead scorer for the fifth-grade team.
The students prepared for the meets by practicing problems and sharing solutions and strategies with their peers during club time. The Continental Mathematics League is a national program that challenges students to use computational, analytical and problem-solving skills.
“We are so proud of all our mathletes,” Principal Joyce Chapnick said. “A special thank-you to our mathletes’ advisers, Christine Rosner and Nancy Woeckener.”
The following students are members of the fourth-grade team: Kylie Canton, Isabella Ding, Anna Dorokhova, Joshua Greenbarg, Griffin Handfield, Daisy Hodges, Simran Jain, Zachary Milun, Laurel Neubauer, Lila Nolan, Daniel Nyarady, Sydney Pateman, Sabrina Pasternak, Jayin Sawhney, Emma Silverman, Simon Silverman and Nicholas Vinces.
Members of the fifth-grade team are Samuel Andrade, Arya Bose, Emily Buchsbaum, Sawyer Chalsen, Andrew Feng, Rayna Gupta, Anish Joshi, Tane Kim, Wilson Lark, Joshua Lee, Nicola Paul, Alex Shapiro, Jack Silverman, Sophie Suguladze, Shaleen Thaker, Ollie Velez, Alex Williams, Alyssum Won and Michelle Zhou.
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Wednesday, April 18
Please join us for our third PTSA General Membership Meeting of the school year.
Wednesday, April 18
9:15am – 10:00am
Dows Lane Multi-Purpose Room
Agenda items include:
--Presentation of 2018-2019 proposed school budget and vote to determine whether the Irvington PTSA will support the budget
--Vote to appoint replacements for the upcoming Assistant Treasurer and MSS VP vacancies
Hope to see you there!
PROM DRESS SALE BENEFITTING BULLDOG FAMILY FUND
April 17 - 19
The Fourth Annual Prom Dress Sale will be held April 17- 19 at St. Barnabas Church, 15 N Broadway, Irvington. Sale hours are 3:00-8:00 pm daily.
Please stop by to shop for all of your semi-formal and formal dress needs.
Donations of gently used or new semi-formal and formal dresses as well as accessories and shoes are being accepted. Donations can be dropped off at St. Barnabas Church. Please label the items 'prom sale'.
All proceeds go to the PTSA's Bulldog Family Fund and will be used to defray prom expenses for students in need.
Thank you for helping make the Prom Dress Sale a success!
Questions? Please contact Della Lenz at 914-512- 0913 or Terry Tousey-Wyatt at 914-591-8912
RIVERTOWN PARENTS PRESENTATIONS
ANGST: RAISING AWARENESS AROUND ANXIETY
Screening and Panel Discussion
Wednesday, April 18
7:00 - 8:45 pm
Ardsley Middle School
This documentary takes a look at anxiety, its causes and effects and what we can do about it.
Wednesday, May 2
Hastings High School
A presentation by Dr. Christopher Willard. Dr. Willard teaches at Harvard Medical School and has presented at TEDx conferences. He is the author of “Child’s Mind” (2010), “Growing Up Mindful” (2016) and “Raising Resilience” (2017)
FAMILY TINKER NIGHT
For K-5 students and their families.
Friday, May 18
6:30 - 8:30 pm
Irvington High School
TINKER, THINK, AND EXPLORE your way through an evening of hands-on STEAM! (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) See and experience innovative, inquiry-based learning in action on a night where everyone gets to be a kid again!
For more information, please see: Rivertown Parents Events or visit: Rivertown Parents
Friday, May 4
Join us on Friday, May 4th, from 10-2 PM for the annual Irvington PTSA Spring luncheon fundraiser and gift boutique.
We are so happy to welcome Lee Woodruff, best-selling New York Times author, as our speaker this year.
Lunch begins at noon.
For tickets or to donate to the Giving Trees, click LUNCHEON TICKETS
USED BOOK SALE
Book Collection is ongoing!
Please donate your used books! Books for all ages are welcome especially CHAPTER BOOKS!
Book collection boxes can be found in the Dows Lane lobby; outside the office at Main Street School; in the upper lobby at Irvington Middle School; and in the main office at Irvington High School.
We will happily accept empty cardboard boxes (book moving size/Fresh Direct size/Wine size) and shopping bags, which are always needed for the sale. Please deliver to the Dows Lane lobby.
If you wish to volunteer your time or learn more about the sale, please contact Karen Arnett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please tell your friends and neighbors and don’t forget to mark your calendars with the dates the Used Book Sale is open to the public: May 10th &12th.
IUFSD SURVEY IS NOW OPEN!
Participate until Tuesday, April 24
The District is currently conducting a School Quality Survey to get important feedback from you about school experiences, student and academic support, safety and behavior, school leadership, and family involvement. The results will help IUFSD understand your children’s needs, determine our strengths, and identify opportunities for improvement.
The survey is now available and will remain open for the next two weeks. We ask that you take about 10 minutes of your time to provide us with this important feedback. You can access the survey by clicking here or entering the following URL into your browser: http://tiny.cc/IUFSDparentsurvey.
Thank you for your time and feedback.
IRVINGTON PRESCRIPTION DRUG TAKE BACK DAY
Saturday, April 28
The next Irvington Rx Take Back Day is scheduled for April 28, 2018 from 10am - 2pm at Irvington Town Hall. Proper disposal of medicine protects the water supply AND reduces the risk of harm or misuse. Help keep our community safe!
For more info, click on: http://www.iask-cab.org/takeback/
Join us in our work to bring out the best in Irvington schools.