May 8, 2018

The skill of the week this week is to remain in your assigned area throughout the day. This looks like getting to your scheduled class, walking with your classmates to lunch and waiting to be dismissed out of door #2 for recess. When you are in your assigned area, you are a safe, responsible Irving student.

 

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.

 

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!

 

Attention Talent Show Participants:

Please get on to the Talent Show Google Classroom and take the very important brief survey Mrs. Holloway has posted. The survey must be completed by the end of the day tomorrow.

 

Plan to attend the last Chimney Swift Club meeting for the school year. We will meet this Thursday in room 114.

 

Good luck to our Irving archers this week as they go down to Louisville, Kentucky to compete at the National Archery tournament and 3 D.I.B.O!

 

Mrs. Paulson was nominated for a staff like by Kayleigh Bennett because she makes class so much fun. Mr. Wagner was nominated by Summer Knutson because every time I’m in the hallways he is very nice, and I like how he smiles all the time. Mrs. Pieper was nominated by Hope Perdew because she always plays good music and greets us at the door. She’s also very kind.  Mr. Irvin was nominated by Julia Holt because he’s helped me learn the flute better than I could’ve every taught myself.

May 7, 2018

The skill of the week this week is to remain in your assigned area throughout the day. This looks like getting to your scheduled class, walking with your classmates to lunch and waiting to be dismissed out of door #2 for recess. When you are in your assigned area, you are a safe, responsible Irving student.

 

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.

 

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!

 

Attention Talent Show Participants:

Please get on to the Talent Show Google Classroom and take the very important brief survey Mrs. Holloway has posted. The survey must be completed by the end of the day tomorrow.

 

Plan to attend the last Chimney Swift Club meeting for the school year. We will meet this Thursday in room 114.

 

Good luck to our Irving archers this week as they go down to Louisville, Kentucky to compete at the National Archery tournament and 3 D.I.B.O!

 

Mrs. Paulson was nominated for a staff like by Kayleigh Bennett because she makes class so much fun.

Mr. Wagner was nominated by Summer Knutson because every time I’m in the hallways he is very nice, and I like how he smiles all the time.

 

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.

May 3, 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.

 

Attention 7th and 8th grade track and field participants: please check the window outside Ms. Eastman’s window to check and see what events you are registered for at the All-City track meet.

 

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 or Friday 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.

May 2, 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. Covey was nominated for a staff like by Estrella Marino Reyes because everytime we have a lesson, she explains it so well.  Coach D was nominated by Breanna because he is very funny, and he helped me when I had crutches.

 

Attention 7th and 8th grade track and field participants: please check the window outside Ms. Eastman’s window to check and see what events you are registered for at the All-City track meet.

 

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.

 

 

May 1, 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. Lienemann was nominated for a staff like by Sydny because she’s always nice in the lunchroom.

Mrs. Hoefs was nominated by Oskar because she helps me finish my late assignments.

 

Irving students competed for the 8th straight year in the Northeast Brain Brawl Quiz Bowl Saturday. Twenty-one teams came from all over the state to compete, however it was IRVING who took home the title by defeating Omaha Beveridge Magnate School 185 – 95 in the championship match! Congratulations to Daniel Brosovic, Regina Hinkley, Reilly Diaz, and Zeph Seibler for their outstanding performance! Other aardvarks who competed in quiz bowl this year include Etienne Doer, Lily Talley, Marielle Hinrichs, Alivia Neater, Evan Beatty, Barret Roddell, Amir Tarkian, Marcus Wendt, Daniel Schafer, Jude Kroeze, and Joseph Leibgot-Osigna. Thank you to mentors Mrs. Engstrom and Mr. Green for serving as volunteer school sponsors again this year!

April 30, 2018

Red Cross Club will NOT meet on Monday, April 30. See you on Monday, May 7th.

 

 

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.

 

April 27, 2018

The library will be closed Friday morning 1st and 2nd period.

 

Please check your school email for a note from the library about any overdue books you might have.

 

If there are any 6th and 7th grade boys interested in attending a free football clinic at Lincoln High, please see Mr. Hammack in room 110 for more information.

 

The SOTW this week is to have all materials necessary to be successful in your classes. When you come to class prepared with the materials you need, you are demonstrating you are a responsible Irving student.

 

Hello Aardvarks,

April 22nd is Earth Day this year! To celebrate Earth Day and to learn about how we can help the environment, The Green Club will be sponsoring some activities the week of Earth Day (April 23-April 27).  To get things started the Green Club is challenging each 2nd period class to create a sculpture our of recycle-able things.  The sculpture should also fit the Earth Day theme for 2018, which is to “End Plastic Pollution”.    Please begin encouraging your 2nd period classes to bring in objects to include in their sculptures (preferably cleaned or washed materials).  The finished sculptures will be picked up during 7th period on Friday, April 27 and displayed in the library.  Voting will also happen in the library through the week of April 30 – May 4.  The winning class will get a prize, to be announced later.

 

Other Activities for the week of Earth Day:

Friday, April 27: A Kahoot will be shared over Earth facts to complete in 7th period.

 

April 26, 2018

The library will be closed Friday morning 1st and 2nd period.

 

Please check your school email for a note from the library about any overdue books you might have.

 

Red Cross Club Members AND Student Council Members:

We are going to have a joint meeting with Red Cross Club and Student Council on Thursday, Apr 26th to talk about our next Blood Drive. We will meet at 3:15 to 4:15 in Mrs. Hoefs room, 026.

 

 

The SOTW this week is to have all materials necessary to be successful in your classes. When you come to class prepared with the materials you need, you are demonstrating you are a responsible Irving student.

 

Hello Aardvarks,

April 22nd is Earth Day this year! To celebrate Earth Day and to learn about how we can help the environment, The Green Club will be sponsoring some activities the week of Earth Day (April 23-April 27).  To get things started the Green Club is challenging each 2nd period class to create a sculpture our of recycle-able things.  The sculpture should also fit the Earth Day theme for 2018, which is to “End Plastic Pollution”.    Please begin encouraging your 2nd period classes to bring in objects to include in their sculptures (preferably cleaned or washed materials).  The finished sculptures will be picked up during 7th period on Friday, April 27 and displayed in the library.  Voting will also happen in the library through the week of April 30 – May 4.  The winning class will get a prize, to be announced later.

 

Other Activities for the week of Earth Day:

Thursday, April 26: Scavenger Hunt for students – information to come.

Friday, April 27: A Kahoot will be shared over Earth facts to complete in 7th period.

April 25, 2018

Track boys need to come to the gym to sign up for track events today (Wednesday) after school.

 

The library will be closed Friday morning 1st and 2nd period.

 

Please check your school email for a note from the library about any overdue books you might have.

 

The SOTW this week is to have all materials necessary to be successful in your classes. When you come to class prepared with the materials you need, you are demonstrating you are a responsible Irving student.

 

Hello Aardvarks,

April 22nd is Earth Day this year! To celebrate Earth Day and to learn about how we can help the environment, The Green Club will be sponsoring some activities the week of Earth Day (April 23-April 27).  To get things started the Green Club is challenging each 2nd period class to create a sculpture our of recycle-able things.  The sculpture should also fit the Earth Day theme for 2018, which is to “End Plastic Pollution”.    Please begin encouraging your 2nd period classes to bring in objects to include in their sculptures (preferably cleaned or washed materials).  The finished sculptures will be picked up during 7th period on Friday, April 27 and displayed in the library.  Voting will also happen in the library through the week of April 30 – May 4.  The winning class will get a prize, to be announced later.

 

Other Activities for the week of Earth Day:

Wednesday, April 25: Wear Green for Earth Week!!!

Thursday, April 26: Scavenger Hunt for students – information to come.

Friday, April 27: A Kahoot will be shared over Earth facts to complete in 7th period.