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Looking for Summer Reading Ideas?

Clicking on the Reading Ideas link will take you to We Give Books.
Hovering on the tab will show you a dropdown menu for additional summer reading ideas.


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Thank you, Irving Families!

The Hoot N' Annie fundraiser raised over $3,000 and Hoot N' Annie came home to Irving! Look for Hoot N' Annie on the 8th Avenue median on the east side of our school. She is soooo cute!

  September 2015  
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To truly understand our place in the world, we must take learning into the world, beyond the classroom walls. Learning must be actively experienced, personal, and applied to real world situations. Our learning community, therefore, extends beyond the walls of the classroom and past the boundaries of the school grounds into our second classrooms: our community and our environment.

Tell me and I forget. Show me and I remember. Involve me and I understand. - Chinese Proverb

***Important Notice from kidsLINK Afterschool***

kidsLink has switched to an online only sign up system for the After School program. In order to register your child/ren, please go to:    when page appears, click on the blue & white square on the upper right (under the DONATE image). Choose kidsLINK Afterschool in the dropdown menu.

Choose Bozeman School District#7   by clicking on the image (click twice if using a PC computer)

Select Irving’s enrollment form by clicking on the appropriate link (two clicks for PC computer)

Fill out form. Answers to questions with a red * are required.

You can register up to 3 children on one form. 


Crisis Response

Resource guide for parents & teachers when talking with children about crisis & tragedy

Death and Grief: Supporting Children and Youth

Enjoy the last few days of summer!

  • Bookworm.pngRead everyday with your child this summer for at least 15 minutes.

    Have your child read to you.

    Be silly. Be serious. Practice using different voices when you read aloud.

    Do a picture walk with picture books.

    Ask questions. Have fun!

    Enjoy every moment with your precious children.