IHS Students Battle Hunger at Food Bank
Members of the Irvington High School National Honor Society, their advisor Diana Cassidy and a parent volunteer helped battle hunger in Westchester County by participating in a service project at the Food Bank for Westchester on May 7.
They helped pack 10-pound bags of produce, to help feed senior citizens in need of assistance throughout the county. Working in an assembly line, each volunteer was responsible for adding two pounds of their given produce to a bag before passing it down the line. Once the bags were filled, the students tied them up and helped place them in large boxes for distribution. At the end of their service, the students toured the facility and learned more about the organization’s hunger action programs.
“The staff at the Food Bank told us how many people they serve who have housing and jobs, but cannot afford healthy and nutritious food for their families, and no one should have to make the choice between paying rent or eating,” Cassidy said.
According to their website, the Food Bank for Westchester serves more than 300 community partners throughout the area, including food pantries, soup kitchens, child and adult day-care centers and shelters.
For more information about the Food Bank for Westchester, visit their website at www.foodbankforwestchester.org.
MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND
Irvington schools will be closed on Friday, May 26th and Monday, May 29th.
There will also be a 2-hour delayed start on Tuesday, May 30th.
Have a fantastic weekend!
SPECIAL NEEDS CELEBRATION
Friday, June 2nd
Join the PTSA Special Needs Committee for an end of year celebration!
When? Friday, June 2, at 7:00 pm
Where? A private home in Irvington, address provided upon RSVP
Who? All district parents and preschool parents welcome. Adults only, please.
Why? To eat and drink and celebrate another successful school year!
How much? FREE, but please tell us you’re coming: http://tinyurl.com/mkymn7w
Please email with any questions: email@example.com
To find out more about the Special Needs Committee, please go to: http://www.irvingtonnyptsa.org/special-needs-committee.html
Please consider making a donation to our Giving Trees!
In collaboration with teachers, each 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.
All of the donations made to the Giving Tree will be used to fund as many of each school's wish list items as possible.
Click here to donate: https://irvington-ptsa-spring-luncheon-givingtree.cheddarup.com
PTSA GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Tuesday, June 13th
PTSA will be holding our last General Membership Meeting of the school year on June 13th, at 9am in the Multi-Purpose Room at Dows Lane
Agenda includes the election of officers for open Executive Committee positions.