Congratulations to Yulian Santos Sanchez and Jontavia Bunch, whose submissions rose to the top of a fierce script writing competition.
Recently issued guidance on the Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) and on the rights of immigrant students is now available in the top 20 languages spoken in New York State, State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia announced today. In response to a rising number of reports on bullying, discrimination and harassment across the country and the fear and confusion resulting from recent federal actions, the State Education Department, in partnership with the Attorney General’s office, provided guidance to school districts on these important topics. Now parents, guardians and other interested individuals have expanded access to this critical guidance.
Submit this application by May 1, 2017 to be included in the first placement lottery. After May 1, you will be added to a waiting list and contacted as soon as there is an opening. Click here for more information about the IRCSD Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program and to access the online application.
The District is required to post the Child Abuse Hotline Number and How to Access the Office of Children and Family Services Website
Click here to read all about what's going on at the Indian River Central School District this winter.
Indian River Central High School exchange student Mateen Ahmed was featured in a recent newspaper article in the Watertown Daily Times. Check out his amazing story here...