The Irving Pin Award recognizes students for well-rounded participation in school activities. Students can earn points for achievements such as making honor roll, winning an award, as well as, participating in an after-school club, performing at a school concert, and performing community service inside and outside of school. Counselors will explain the Irving Pin Award Program to students at the beginning of each school year and will make periodic reminders about the program through out the year. Irving Pin Award Tracking Sheets are located inside of the Student Planner or can be downloaded from the link below. You can also ask your counselor for a copy of the form. Students are responsible for securing the signatures of sponsors and returning the forms to the Student Services Office by the announced deadline. Pin Awards are distributed on Team Day at the end of the school year.
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|White Award Pin||Blue Award Pin|
|Requires 200 points in one school year||Requires 125 points in one school year|