March 25, 2019

The SOTW this week is to be kind to others.

 

Attention to those interested in performing for the talent show!

 

Please remember that the talent show forms are up and running through March 31st.  The jump code for performance auditions is G5YY and to host the show, use the code RYLM.  Again, that’s G5YY to perform and RYLM to host.

Thanks!     Mrs. Holloway

 

 

Red Cross Club would like to encourage you to donate to our jar in the office. We’re taking small amounts, large amounts—well any amounts to help other Nebraskans. These funds are going to flood victims. The money we raise is to help Red Cross with food and shelter expenses. Please donate. Just drop them in the jar in the office.   Thanks to those of you who have donated to our drive.

 

And a friendly reminder, Red Cross Club will meet after school next Wednesday, March 27.

 

March 21, 2019

This week the Skill of the Week to review with all students is a review of our behavior expectations and also a quick review of our 3rd quarter data (which looks great!).

 

Attention to those interested in performing for the talent show!

 

Please remember that the talent show forms are up and running through March 31st.  The jump code for performance auditions is G5YY and to host the show, use the code RYLM.  Again, that’s G5YY to perform and RYLM to host.

Thanks!     Mrs. Holloway

 

 

Students and Faculty:

If you’d like to join Red Cross Club in helping flood victims, Red Cross will have their donation jar in the office for your convenience. All money donated will go to helping folks right here in Nebraska.

 

March 20, 2019

This week the Skill of the Week to review with all students is a review of our behavior expectations and also a quick review of our 3rd quarter data (which looks great!).

 

Attention to those interested in performing for the talent show!

 

Please remember that the talent show forms are up and running through March 31st.  The jump code for performance auditions is G5YY and to host the show, use the code RYLM.  Again, that’s G5YY to perform and RYLM to host.

Thanks!     Mrs. Holloway

 

Red Cross Club will meet Wednesday after school. Please see Mrs. Krien before that time.

 

We would like to congratulate the following Irving students whose artwork has been selected to be displayed in a local coffee shop. These students include: Molly Leyden, Silver Dee, Rhett Shotkoski, Daniel Wang, Htay Mo, Drew Lohrman, David Fisher, Samuel Rivera, Rachel Hoffman, Nayeli Sosa, Twila Weber, Anja Louderback, Donovan Delaney, Rafael Lima Martinez, Rowan Johnson, Hanna Cervantes, Serenity Miller, Bella Washington, Bella McCown, Carlos Solano, Dakota Caston, Hailey Mizner, Charlie Boedeker, Parker Poehling, Sami Guenther, Natalie Carmicheal, Clara Kendrick, Hannah Borden, and Nick Labrillo.  Their artwork will be on display at Meadowlark Coffee & Espresso (1624 South Street) during the month of March. We hope you and your family can find some time this month to go see this amazing artwork up in the community!      Congratulations again!     Mrs. Covey & Mrs. Conley

 

 

March 19, 2019

This week the Skill of the Week to review with all students is a review of our behavior expectations and also a quick review of our 3rd quarter data (which looks great!).

 

Attention to those interested in performing for the talent show!

 

Please remember that the talent show forms are up and running through March 31st.  The jump code for performance auditions is G5YY and to host the show, use the code RYLM.  Again, that’s G5YY to perform and RYLM to host.

Thanks!

Mrs. Holloway

 

 

6th grader Maren Steinke’s short story won 3rd place in the Bess Streeter Aldrich short story contest! She’s been invited to a banquet at the mansion in Elmwood for a dinner and check presentation.

 

6th grader Maren Steinke’s letter was selected as the Alternate Winner in the Level I category for the Letters About Literature writing contest. She’ll be having her photo taken with the governor at the Capitol, followed by a lunch at the Nebraska Club, and finally to the Heritage Room to sign and archive her letter.

 

March 18, 2019

This week the Skill of the Week to review with all students is a review of our behavior expectations and also a quick review of our 3rd quarter data (which looks great!).

 

Attention to those interested in performing for the talent show!

 

Please remember that the talent show forms are up and running through March 31st.  The jump code for performance auditions is G5YY and to host the show, use the code RYLM.  Again, that’s G5YY to perform and RYLM to host.

Thanks!

Mrs. Holloway

 

 

7th graders – please submit your registration for 8th grade form!  Go to Ms White’s Google Classroom page and on the Classwork page at the bottom is the form.  Ask a friend, ask a teacher, ask Ms White for help!

 

March 7, 2019

This week the behavior skill of the week is to be safe, responsible and respectful during recess.

 

Do you have questions about photography or writing? What about nature and wildlife? Chimney Swift club has some very talented visitors coming today, Thursday, March 7! Writer, Jeff Kurrus, and wildlife photographer, Michael Forsberg, will both be at this meeting! Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity.

 

Auditions for the 2nd Annual “Stars on South 22nd Street Talent Show” are just around the corner.  Auditions will be held April 2nd through April 4th.   Sign up for the auditions will open on Wednesday!  Please be listening to the announcements for the jump code!  We are looking forward to your interest in performing for the talent show!

Teachers, if you are interested in judging auditions, please email Mrs. Holloway.

 

LSE Incoming 9th Grade Student-Athletes and Families-

Hello.  The Incoming 9th Grade LSE Athletics Informational Meeting is scheduled for this Wednesday, March 6th, at 6:30pm in the LSE Lower Commons. Wednesday’s agenda is as follows:

*Welcome=LSE Principal, Brent Toalson and LSE Sports Performance Coach, Matt Bertsch

*LSE Athletics and Activities Program Philosophy, Pillars and Expectations=LSE Director of Athletics and Activities, JJ Toczek and LSE Assistant Director of Athletics and Activities, Kara Graham

*LSE Athletic Training Overview=Cindy Benda and Micah Hamik

*LSE Athletic Strength Training and Conditioning=LSE Sport Performance Coach, Matt Bertsch

*Meet and Greet=LSE Incoming 9th Grade Student-Athletes and Their Families, LSE Athletic Coaches and Administrators

We hope to see you Wednesday at LSE.  Go KNIGHTS!

 

There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in Track this spring today after school in the hallway by the gym.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Mohlman

 

Joven Noble and Latina Leaders Tshirt orders due this Friday in the main office at the start of 7th period.

 

Will you be attending LSE next year?  Want to show your Knight Pride?  Come learn more about being a LSE cheerleader!  We will have a mandatory parent meeting at LSE in the Media Center on Thursday, March 7th at 6:30 pm.  Tryouts will be April 2nd-5th at 3:30 pm at LSE.  For more information see the LSE website or the flyers posted at Irving.

 

Any 8th grade student going on the D.C. trip must meet with teachers in room 317 after school today, March 7th. If you can’t make it or have any questions, see Mr. Bayne.

 

7th graders – please submit your registration for 8th grade form!  Go to Ms White’s Google Classroom page and on the Classwork page at the bottom is the form.  Ask a friend, ask a teacher, ask Ms White for help!

March 6, 2019

This week the behavior skill of the week is to be safe, responsible and respectful during recess.

 

Do you have questions about photography or writing? What about nature and wildlife? Chimney Swift club has some very talented visitors coming this Thursday, March 7! Writer, Jeff Kurrus, and wildlife photographer, Michael Forsberg, will both be at this meeting! Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity.

 

Auditions for the 2nd Annual “Stars on South 22nd Street Talent Show” are just around the corner.  Auditions will be held April 2nd through April 4th.   Sign up for the auditions will open on Wednesday!  Please be listening to the announcements for the jump code!  We are looking forward to your interest in performing for the talent show!

Teachers, if you are interested in judging auditions, please email Mrs. Holloway.

 

LSE Incoming 9th Grade Student-Athletes and Families-

Hello.  The Incoming 9th Grade LSE Athletics Informational Meeting is scheduled for this Wednesday, March 6th, at 6:30pm in the LSE Lower Commons. Wednesday’s agenda is as follows:

*Welcome=LSE Principal, Brent Toalson and LSE Sports Performance Coach, Matt Bertsch

*LSE Athletics and Activities Program Philosophy, Pillars and Expectations=LSE Director of Athletics and Activities, JJ Toczek and LSE Assistant Director of Athletics and Activities, Kara Graham

*LSE Athletic Training Overview=Cindy Benda and Micah Hamik

*LSE Athletic Strength Training and Conditioning=LSE Sport Performance Coach, Matt Bertsch

*Meet and Greet=LSE Incoming 9th Grade Student-Athletes and Their Families, LSE Athletic Coaches and Administrators

We hope to see you Wednesday at LSE.  Go KNIGHTS!

 

There will be an informational meeting for anyone interested in Track this spring on Thursday after school in the hallway by the gym.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Mohlman

 

Joven Noble and Latina Leaders Tshirt orders due this Friday in the main office at the start of 7th period.

 

Will you be attending LSE next year?  Want to show your Knight Pride?  Come learn more about being a LSE cheerleader!  We will have a mandatory parent meeting at LSE in the Media Center on Thursday, March 7th at 6:30 pm.  Tryouts will be April 2nd-5th at 3:30 pm at LSE.  For more information see the LSE website or the flyers posted at Irving.

 

March 5, 2019

This week the behavior skill of the week is to be safe, responsible and respectful during recess.

 

Do you have questions about photography or writing? What about nature and wildlife? Chimney Swift club has some very talented visitors coming this Thursday, March 7! Writer, Jeff Kurrus, and wildlife photographer, Michael Forsberg, will both be at this meeting! Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity.

 

Want to earn money for college?  The Nebraska State Treasurer and the Omaha Storm Chasers are sponsoring the annual “Why I Want to Go to College” writing sweepstakes for 7th and 8th grade students. Entries are due March 29. This is a great way for you to focus on your goals, improve your writing skills, and learn how to save for your education.   Prizes will be awarded to 12 winners who will receive contributions to the Nebraska Educational Savings Trust (NEST) college savings accounts.  For more information about the sweepstakes, go to Ms White and Mrs Krien’s Google Classroom!

 

Congratulations to the casts and crews of Beauty and the Beasts!  Your performances were awesome.  A special thank you goes out to the cast members, tech crews, the Art Club and Mrs. Covey and Mrs. Conley, Mrs. Frohberg and Mr. Irvin, and all the volunteers who put their time in to insure that the performances went smoothly.  Kudos to Mr. Robb and Mrs. Hunt for a job well done!  You made Irving proud!

 

Auditions for the 2nd Annual “Stars on South 22nd Street Talent Show” are just around the corner.  Auditions will be held April 2nd through April 4th.   Sign up for the auditions will open on Wednesday!  Please be listening to the announcements for the jump code!  We are looking forward to your interest in performing for the talent show!

 

Teachers, if you are interested in judging auditions, please email Mrs. Holloway.

 

March 4, 2019

Chimney Swift club has some amazing visitors coming March 7! Author, Jeff Kurrus, and photographer, Michael Forsberg, will both be at the meeting! Don’t miss out on this special opportunity. Please make arrangements and plan to attend. Talk to Ms. Hughes, room 114, if you have questions.

 

Heads up for the 7th graders – Registration for 8th grade is today!

 

Want to earn money for college?  The Nebraska State Treasurer and the Omaha Storm Chasers are sponsoring the annual “Why I Want to Go to College” writing sweepstakes for 7th and 8th grade students. Entries are due March 29. This is a great way for you to focus on your goals, improve your writing skills, and learn how to save for your education.   Prizes will be awarded to 12 winners who will receive contributions to the Nebraska Educational Savings Trust (NEST) college savings accounts.  For more information about the sweepstakes, go to Ms White and Mrs Krien’s Google Classroom!

 

Congratulations to the casts and crews of Beauty and the Beasts!  Your performances were awesome.  A special thank you goes out to the cast members, tech crews, the Art Club and Mrs. Covey and Mrs. Conley, Mrs. Frohberg and Mr. Irvin, and all the volunteers who put their time in to insure that the performances went smoothly.  Kudos to Mr. Robb and Mrs. Hunt for a job well done!  You made Irving proud!

March 1, 2019

The skill of the week this week is to be safe, responsible and respectful before school. Third period teachers will be teaching students the Skill of the week this week!

 

Chimney Swift club has some amazing visitors coming March 7! Author, Jeff Kurrus, and photographer, Michael Forsberg, will both be at the meeting! Don’t miss out on this special opportunity. Please make arrangements and plan to attend. Talk to Ms. Hughes, room 114, if you have questions.