Crisis Link Regional Hotline
Crisis Text NEEDHELP to 85511
Dominion Hospital 703-536-2000
Inova Emergency 703-289-7560
National Suicide Prevention
Get Connected - BYOT at Irving
Bring Your Own Tech. To connect to the Fairfax wifi, you will need to connect using our FCPSOnBoard system. Each device is different. Check our For Students page under get connected for all the instructions for your specific computing device. Keep in mind you will need your network password before beginning the process. Once you are connected, the connection will be good for the whole school year.
We encourage students to bring their own technology. The benefits of using technology they are familiar with and can access outside of the classroom is an important aspect of the FCPS Portrait of a Graduate. Please see the links below to learn more. For further information contact Joan Brown, School Based Technology Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org
Technology at Irving -Getting Connected, BYOT, Supplies
Friends of Irving -Support Our School
The simplest way to contribute to our learning environment is to just contribute! Check out the Friends of Irving giving levels and be featured on our website and Twitter! To jump right in and become a Friend, please complete and return this form with a check to the Main Office or put it in the Friends of Irving Box. Then watch this website for YOUR NAME.
Essay Contest Winners
Irving Middle School is proud to recognize three student winners from the West Springfield Rotary Club’s annual “4-Way Test” essay contest. On February 24th, 3 students were celebrated by the local Rotary chapter at a breakfast in their honor. The three winners read their essays aloud to the chapter and received certificates as well as cash prizes.
Jessica’s essay was submitted to the Rotary Club’s District-level contest and placed first! She will travel to Cambridge, Maryland in April to present her essay at the District’s annual conference and will receive a $750 cash prize! To read her entry, click here.
Irving Middle School & our local West Springfield Rotary Club are very proud of the three young women and their insight on the valuable “4-Way Test” that guides decision making and promotes good character. Congratulations!
Summer Academy Info
The Irving Summer Academy, a transition program for rising 7th graders, will take place August 8-12th from 8:30-11:30a. The cost to attend will be $25. Information about the content of the Academy as well as the link to register for this experience will be available in early to mid-May. A link will be available on Irving’s website when registration opens, and information will also be sent home in your elementary school’s KIT. Thank you!
Four students from Irving's Family and Consumer Science class participated in the Culinary Challenge and Wellness Expo. On March 12, hundreds of students and parents came together to share and sample recipes as well as learn about healthy cooking, mindful exercise, smart food shopping and growing your ingredients. Our students provided a very tasty healthy snack for participants to try.
Transitioning to Irving and WSHS
Starting in the New Year, families will begin the process of transitioning their students to new school settings. Curriculum Night, January 13th is an informational night for families and students to learn about the programs, classes and elective choices for the following year. We invite parents to look over our Curriculum Night Resources listed below:
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