IHS Students Bond with Peers Over Tutoring Program
Irvington High School juniors and seniors – who were inducted as members of the inaugural National Honor Society at the high school – are giving back to their school community as part of an after-school tutoring program.
Through the program, National Honor Society tutors – who were chosen as members of NHS for demonstrating outstanding qualities in academics, leadership, character and community service – are responsible for assisting and mentoring other students.
“NHS tutors are available to help with a quick homework question or anything from class where students might need some guidance,” Principal David Cohen said. “They have a wide variety of expertise and experience and can help in many subject matters, even some Advanced Placement classes. We encourage all students to take advantage of this service.”
Students said the most rewarding part of the program has been making connections with others and watching them learn in school.
“We are excited for the future and hope that this becomes a resource that our whole community is excited about,” said Diana Cassidy, advisor of the National Honor Society.
The drop-in program takes place in the library every day during ninth period and from 3:20 – 4 p.m.
3RD ANNUAL CINDERELLA'S CLOSET PROM DRESS SALE
Please donate your gently used dresses to the Cinderella's Closet Dress Sale!
All proceeds from the sale will be used to defray prom expenses for students in need.
Sale will be held at St. Barnabas Church from April 18th through 20th from 3 pm to 8pm.
Please drop the dresses off at St. Barnabas Church, 15 N. Broadway in Irvington or contact Della Lenz 914-512-0913 or Terry Tousey-Wyatt 914-591-8912 to arrange for pick up.
Click on Cinderella's Closet Sale for more information.
PTSA GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Wednesday, April 26th, 7:30 pm
Join us for our next General Membership meeting!
Wednesday, April 26th, 7:30 pm, Dows Lane Multi-Purpose Room
Agenda items include determining whether the Irvington PTSA will support the proposed 2017/2018 school budget and approving our 2017-2020 bylaws.
Thanks for your support!
Friday, May 5th
Irvington PTSA Spring Luncheon
Fundraiser & Gift Boutique
Tickets are on sale!
Join us on Friday, May 5th at 10:00.
10:00 am Join us for coffee as we welcome this year's guest speaker, Annabel Monaghan, local author and writing teacher. Annabel is the author of two novels for young adults and her first book for adults, Does This Volvo Make My Butt Look Big?, debuted this past December. She is the co-author of Click! The Girls Guide to Knowing What You Want and Making it Happen. She writes for The Week, The Huffington Post and The Rye Record.
10:45 am - 12:15 pm Browse our boutique with a variety of awesome vendors - some new, some old. Splurge on a great gift for yourself or anyone else on your list.
12:15pm - 2:00 pm Enjoy a three-course gourmet meal with friends. Musical entertainment provided by Irvington High School Chamber Ensemble.
This year we’re introducing Giving Trees, with a wish list for each school. In collaboration with teachers, each of our principals carefully selected items that will enrich and enhance our children's educational experiences. We are asking you to help us fulfill each school's wish list so that our schools become even more exceptional.
Buy your ticket and donate to the Giving Trees today!
USED BOOK SALE BOOK COLLECTION IS ONGOING
Please donate your used books! Books for all ages are welcome!
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.
Please tell your friends and neighbors.
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 Alice Villa (email@example.com).
Join us in our work to bring out the best in Irvington schools.