Looking for a way to get more involved with the schools and the PTSA? Volunteer to chair one of our many School-specific or District-wide Committees! Whether you're interested in art, welcoming new families, community-building, scholarships or DEI (just to name a few), there is a committee that is right for you and your schedule!
Chair positions are a 2-year commitment, each committee has at least two chairpersons, and we'll provide support and training all the way. To learn about the committees and sign up, click HERE.
We solely rely on volunteers to run our PTSA programs and events, so please consider donating your time to give back to our schools and students! If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Please join our last General Membership meeting of the 2021-22 school year where we will vote on the PTSA 2022-23 budget (LINK) and Executive Committee slate (BELOW) for 2022-24.
Tuesday, May 31 at 7:30PM
Via ZOOM [LINK]
Note: Meeting will be recorded for later viewing. Vote will take place during the LIVE meeting.
PTSA Executive Committee Slate for 2022-24
Submitted on April 27, 2022 by the PTSA Nominating Committee:
Asst Treasurer (1-year)
Dows Lane VPs
Katie Bauer (1-year)
Shannon Wallace Weber
The Executive Committee of the Irvington NY PTSA serves as our leadership board and has fiscal responsibility for our operations. Roles on the Executive Committee provide a great volunteer leadership opportunity that can have a real impact on our school community. Each year, we run a selection process to nominate and elect new members of our committee.
Which roles are still open for 2022?
We are currently recruiting for the following open EC roles. Click HERE for role descriptions.
How do I apply?
We're excited to announce our annual spring fundraiser - the Spring Into Summer (Camp) Party at the Irvington Boat Club on May 20th at 7PM. Click HERE to buy tickets
*NEW THIS YEAR*
Please consider donating to the BFF Summer Camp Drive at www.irvingtonnyptsa.org/2022springparty
Mark your calendars! In May and June, the PTSA Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee is hosting a roster of virtual and in-person events and welcome the community to attend!
Monday May 2 @ 7PM: Virtual Discussion on Social Change via ZOOM
A moderated panel discussion titled "None of Us is Free Until All of Us are Free: Movement Building for Social Change.” The panel will feature activists speaking to the ways their own identities inform their work as well as ways that different groups can act in solidarity with one another to build a more just society and world. Please RSVP HERE and access the Zoom link HERE.
Wednesday, May 25 @ 7PM: In-Person DEI Committee Happy Hour @ River City Grille
Come share your thoughts, socialize and discuss community priorities and upcoming programming with the DEI Committee.
Friday, June 3 @ 4PM: Diversity ROCKS! @ Dows Lane Elementary School
Bring the whole family to this free community event where we will paint rocks to celebrate diversity and togetherness. Brought to you by the DEI Committee and ArtXO.
FOLLOW US! Join our listserv to stay up to date on all DEI Committee meetings and programs: https://tinyurl.com/IRVptsaDEI
QUESTIONS? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
he PTSA SCAFLD (Supporting Children and Families with Learning Differences) Committee is excited to kick off Neurodiversity Celebration Week, a worldwide initiative that challenges stereotypes and misconceptions about learning and developmental disabilities.
Neurodiversity is the idea that people experience and interact with the world around them in many different ways; there is no one "right" way of thinking, learning, and behaving; and differences are not viewed as deficits.
All week, the SCAFLD Committee will host events and activities to bring our community together and embrace and celebrate each other's learning, thinking and behavioral differences while promoting acceptance, tolerance, and understanding of people who are different.
February marks two important opportunities to celebrate and honor our community: Lunar New Year on February 1 and Black History Month, all month long. We've compiled some resources to help you and your family recognize and celebrate this special time.
The annual Irvington Science Fair is going VIRTUAL!
We're excited to bring back the Irvington Science Fair on March 19, 2022 in a new virtual format! Here's a quick look at how it'll work:
For decades the Irvington NY PTSA has awarded scholarships to graduating seniors who have made a commitment to continuing their education. This year, we’ve doubled our investment in our scholarship program and revamped the application process to make it more inclusive and easier than ever to be considered.
With one easy-to-complete form, graduating seniors can apply to be considered for all of the following awards:
Join us in our work to bring out the best in Irvington schools.