Get Connected!

Want to join the Irvington PTA?  By becoming a member of Irvington’s PTA, you add your voice and your support to our school community. Monthly meetings provide a chance for parents and teachers to make key decisions about their school, and occasional guest speakers help inform and educate PTA members about topics ranging from school funding to math activities for kids.  Contact us at ptapres@irvingtonschool.com.  Joining the PTA leadership is a great way to get involved at Irvington school. The commitment is small but the rewards are large! Learn more.

PTA Google group: This email group is moderated by the Irvington PTA and other parent volunteers. Communications are sent by PTA members, as well as any other members of the group. The list is used to communicate school and community information. (To sign up, click here.)

Here is a sample of what has been going on in the group lately:

 

School Communication: These emails are sent by Irvington staff to keep families updated on official school news – send us an email at admin@irvingtonschool.com. Be sure to tell us your name and the names of your students.

 

Enrolling at Irvington

Information about registering your child at Irvington is available at the school office, 503-916-6185, and at the PPS website.

Kindergarten: Register your child early for kindergarten to help us keep class sizes small.  

Click here to find out more about kindergarten in Portland Public Schools.

Click here to find out more about before and after care at Irvington — Irvington Extended Day.

What You Need to Know (English) / Lo Que Necesita Saber (Spanish) — This Portland Public School provided document has much of what you need to know to start your children in the PPS system.  Additional translations are available on the PPS website at https://www.pps.net/Page/2322

 

Meals at School

Here’s how it works: Parents put money on their child’s account at www.MyLunchMoney.com or by bringing cash to the cafeteria before school.  At lunchtime, children collect their lunch cards in the cafeteria. When children get hot lunch, they show their card to the cafeteria staff, who will make sure that the child’s account is charged the appropriate amount. Parents can monitor the balance of their child’s card on the MyLunchMoney website.

Free and Reduced-Price Meals

Students from pre-K through high school are eligible to receive free or reduced-price meal benefits valued at up to $1,000 per year if your family meets the income guidelines or if you receive SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly Food Stamps) or TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) benefits. Students who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals may also be eligible to receive fee reductions or waivers for other services. Both paper and online applications are available. Contact: School office or http://www.pps.k12.or.us/departments/nutrition/3984.htm