There are many after school programs available for children of all ages, such as theater, art, yoga, and golf. Check out our complete list. Learn more.
I AM Learning Partnership, sponsored by Arnerich Massena Inc.
The partnership provides Irvington students who are underperforming in critical skills with free, year-round academic intervention and support. Programs offered include before-school tutoring in math and/or reading, small group literacy intervention for K-3 students, after school clubs (Homework Club, Math & Science Club, and Girls’ Club), volunteer opportunities for middle school students, and 6-8 weeks of summer camp. Learn more.
The Irvington PTA provides funding for arts programs for students of all ages. These opportunities, selected in coordination with the teachers, have included clay work, puppetry, African dance, Taiko drumming and grade level plays, among others. Learn more.
The Irvington Reads! programs provides free books to all of our students twice a year. Learn more.
Meals at School
All students may purchase meals at school or if they qualify, may obtain free or reduced-price meals. Get the scoop on how it all works. Learn more.
Middle Level Grades
Irvington is proud of the accomplishments of our middle level students. Check out the curriculum, including the range of electives offered. Learn more.
The Oregon Battle of the Books (OBOB) is a statewide program to encourage reading among students in grades 3 through 8. Teams of students read from the list of OBOB books and then compete in “battles.” Learn more.
Science links for curious minds at Irvington School. Learn more.
Start Making a Reader Today (SMART) is an early literacy program that provides children with one-on-one time to read with an adult. Learn more.
Talented and Gifted (TAG) education provides instruction that challenges high-end learners and meets each student’s learning needs. Learn more.