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Our  mission is to support the Irvington Public Schools and Superintendent Dr. April Vauss in the shared commitment to engage and advocate for Students, Parents, Community, and extended families as we elevate the social and educational quality of our schools by combining all of our district’s resources in a proactive and focused manner.

Our goals are to coordinate with the Parent Coordinators in the district in an effort to focus on parent/community involvement and to bring in community resources to help support and educate Irvington students.

Parents Are Our Partners

Parent Support & Resources
View Student Grades
Distance Learning Support
Apply For Breakfast / Lunch
Early School Registration
Parent Communication Survey

Quick Resources

Patricia Wilson
Community/Family Advocate
Office of Superintendent
973-399-6826 Ext 1115
Jackie Ray-Edwards
Social Worker
Augusta Preschool
973-399-6868 Ext 1540
Darlene Reeves
Parent Coordinator
Florence Avenue
973-399-6800 Ext 1924
Cindy Clark
Parent Coordinator
Thurgood Marshall
973-399-6800 Ext 2219
Tykyannah Fields-Brown
Parent Coordinator
University Elementary
973-399-6826 Ext 1167
Lee Johnson
Parent Coordinator
Chancellor Avenue
973-399-6858 Ext 2810
Clara Thomas
Parent Coordinator
Mount Vernon
973-399-6875 Ext 1417
Synthia Jones-Pender
Parent Coordinator
Madison Avenue
973-399-6800 Ext 2912
Jennifer Parris
Parent Coordinator
Berkeley Terrace
973-399-6852 Ext 2304
Tia Head
Parent Coordinator
Grove Street
973-399-6800 Ext 2413

19-20 Parental Rights Policy / NCLB Mandate

PARENTAL RIGHTS POLICY / NCLB MANDATE – Parental involvement is a key ingredient in the success of our students. As such, it is of paramount importance that as the parents/guardians you are aware of your rights and responsibilities.

School-Parent Compact

SCHOOL-PARENT COMPACT  Schools receiving Title I, Part A funds are required to have a written School-Parent compact. The compact will outline how parents ,students, and staff will share the responsibility for improved academic achievement. 

19-20 Student Code of Conduct

STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT  The information in the Irvington Public Schools Student Code of Conduct may be updated during the course of the school year. The most recent version is available below:

Acceptable Use of Computer Network/Computers

ACCEPTABLE USE OF COMPUTER NETWORK/COMPUTERS  The Board of Education recognizes that as telecommunications and other new technologies shift the manner in which information is accessed, communicated and transferred that those changes will alter the nature of teaching and learning. Download here

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