May 4, 2018

The SOTW is to keep your hands, feet and objects to yourself throughout the school day. When you keep your hands, feet, objects to self you are being a safe, responsible Irving student.

 

Mrs. White was nominated for a staff like by Maddie Branum because she always keeps us ready for the future, and she does it in a fun way.  Mr. Knight was nominated by Michelle Forlemu because he gives us something to learn every day.  Mr. Faulkner was nominated for a staff like by Ryan Roberts because he always handles things well even if someone is being difficult.  Mr. Wagner was nominated by Hailey Kubik because he is a great teacher. I always learned something new from his snapple lids.

 

If you are interested in being a Summer Reading Volunteer at the Public Library, you can pick up the application from Mrs. Cejda in the library.  All Irving Library books are due back May 10.

 

Attention students interested in running Cross Country for Lincoln High.  Coach Rettig will meet incoming freshmen interested in running for Lincoln High in the fall next Thursday, May 10 in the media Center at 3:10.

 

The votes have been counted…..this year’s Golden sower winners have been announced: For the Chapter Book category the winner was- Fuzzy Mud and for the Novel category the winner was House Arrest.  Thanks to all who read and voted.

 

Irving Students, Staff, and their families and friends are invited to Aardvark Cheerfest this Sunday.   Meet on the west side of the Irving School and Rec Center by the running trail to cheer on the Marathon and Half-Marathon runners.  Posters, air horns, music are provided.   Our Irving mascot will be there, and we will cheer on the more than 10,000 runners who will be coming past our school.   Come any time between 8a.m. and 11a.m.   Stay for as little or as long as you like.

 

Irving students and staff- you are invited to come Ms. Kroenke’s room 213 after school today to make posters that will help people cheer on the runners in the Lincoln Marathon.  All supplies will be provided.  All you need is your creative self.   Passes will be written to students who need them.    We’ll be making posters from 3 to 4p.m., but you can join us for as long as you like.

 

On Tuesday, May 1 both the Irving 8th grade Orchestra and the Irving Jazz Band participated in the LPS Middle School Instrumental Music Festival.  They performed two pieces for a judge who gave them written comments and worked with them after they finished playing.  Both groups received the highest rating possible.  Congratulations to our Irving musicians!

 

Attention talent show participants:

Reminder: There is a mandatory run though after school next Wednesday May 9th.  Please be in the auditorium by 3:15. We have quite a bit to get done!

 

In March, students participated in the “Why I Want to Go to College” writing contest, sponsored by the Nebraska State Treasurer’s Office and the Omaha Storm Chasers. Two 7th grade Irving students placed!

  • Carmen Marley received 1st place and will be receiving a $2,000 NEST 529 College Savings Scholarship.
  • Julia Abraham received 3rd place in District 1 and will be receiving a $500 NEST 529 College Savings Scholarship.