An Oasis distribution of free diapers, food, and maxi pads will be held at University Middle School at 255 Myrtle Avenue on Friday, February 26th from 4-5 PM ***For diapers you must provide your child's birth certificate*** FACE MASKS MUST BE WORN
Dear Irvington Public Schools Community, First, let me thank you for your support and understanding, as we as a community continue to respond to the unexpected second wave of COVID-19. I am very proud of the way our students, parents, employees, and community leaders continue to handle the demands related to protecting everyone, as we educate our students during these ... Click Here to Read More
Donate Your New or Gently Worn Coats and Jackets Adult and Children Sizes Drop off: January 7-16th, 2021 1 Civic Square, Irvington, NJ 07111 For more information please contact: Detective K.Woods at 973-975-6433 or Officer M. Johnson at 908-803-3708
Offered and Organized by MAYOR TONY VAUSS and the IRVINGTON MUNICIPAL COUNCIL LOCATION: IRVINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 1253 CLINTON AVENUE IRVINGTON, NEW JERSEY (Enter through the rear entrance) Room 123 EVERY FRIDAY BETWEEN 9:00AM UNITL 5:00PM No appointment is necessary. Testing is conducted on a first come first serve basis. Prescription is required.* You must bring a written prescription from ... Click Here to Read More
Effective October 28, 2020, through December 1, 2020 Please visit the newly redesigned Open Enrollment for 2021 website for full details on the health, dental and flexible spending accounts and forms. What's New for 2021? New health plan Open Access $10/$15 (equivalent to NJEHP) becomes the "default" plan Hired on or after July 1, 2020 - you will automatically ... Click Here to Read More
WALK-UP / DRIVE-UP FOOD DISTRIBUTION Irvington High School Parking Lot Saturday, November 7th 11:00 am - 1:00 pm - while supplies last Please pre-register below to guarantee your bag Click this link https://bit.ly/31JWH6D Distribution is limited to 100 families Sponsored by the Irvington Education Association
A DISTRICT WIDE INITIATIVE Breast/Colon Cancer Awareness Day on October 23, 2020 Students, Parents, and Staff to wear Pink or Blue to support the cause. Please contact your school's Parent Coordinator for more information.
Unfortunately, Essex County leads the state in the number of deaths caused by the Coronavirus. Our fight against this deadly disease is far from over and we must remain vigilant and aggressive to combat it. Testing is a critical tool that will tell us exactly how widespread the virus is and who has been infected. Whether you are exhibiting ... Click Here to Read More