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  • Irving ISD Inducts Members into Athletic Hall of Fame

    The Irving ISD Athletic Hall of Fame inducted a former Major League Baseball player, a beloved coach, a popular stadium announcer, and a triple-threat athlete at the Sheraton DFW Airport Hotel on Saturday evening, June 8.

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  • Meet the Irving Students Who Notched a Victory for Girls in STEM

    When Serra Marquez, Macie McKee and Aishi Guha first came up with an idea to create an alert system for their high school engineering building, the girls had no intention of taking the result to competition. But that’s what they would eventually do, taking on and beating more than a dozen other teams in a statewide event where most of their opponents were boys.

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  • Baseball Coaches Share Special Bond in Rare Match-Up 45 Years in the Making

    When the Irving High baseball team faced off against Lewisville, the exchange at home plate before the start of the game was more special than normal -- both father and son said "good luck," but also "I love you." In his first year as head baseball coach at Irving, Stephen Campbell had the opportunity to face off against his dad – 45-year coach Mike Campbell at Lewisville.

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  • High School Art Show 2019

    Art education in Irving ISD starts in elementary school, so by the time a student reaches high school, the artwork is astonishing in both creativity and execution. The 2019 High School Art Exhibit showcases some of that excellent work, and students who appreciate the opportunity to make art.

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  • Breakfast With the Stars Shares Student’s Stories of Success

    Many of the best and brightest in Irving ISD were honored during the 32nd annual Breakfast with the Stars, presented at the Irving Convention Center on Wednesday, May 1. Read the powerful words some of the honorees shared in this Rambler article.

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  • Penny Drive Benefits Special Olympics 2019

    Irving ISD students spent weeks collecting change and holding fundraisers for Special Olympics Texas. When it's time for Irving Police to pick up the donations, it is time to celebrate! Rain forced a few of the parties inside, but it didn't stop the enthusiasm. Watch until the end to find out which campus collected the most.

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  • Retired Teachers Provide Scholarships to Future Teachers

    Every year, the Irving Retired School Personnel Association (IRSPA) provides four Irving ISD seniors who plan to pursue education as a career $500 scholarships. Congratulations to this year’s recipients: Arlene Aguilar of MacArthur High School, Tatum Griffin of Nimitz High School, and Brandy Escobar and Dixie Morris of Irving High School.

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  • Three Irving ISD Schools Receive Makeovers

    Three Irving ISD schools received makeovers on March 30 through a partnership with Parents Step Ahead, Nissan Partners and the district’s Parent and Family Engagement Department. Thomas Haley Elementary, Travis Middle School and Singley Academy were selected for $4,000 grants to purchase supplies to revamp their campuses. Students, staff and family members from each school volunteered their time and efforts to these makeover projects as part of a Family Day celebration.

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  • Joven de Irving gana beca para ir a la Universidad/Irving Students Earns College Scholarship

    Los costos para acudir a la universidad pueden ser un obstáculo para muchos jóvenes. Sin embargo, para este joven de Irving todo cambió al ganar una beca.

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