Please take a moment to complete the Safe Routes to School Parent Survey. This survey will collect information about students who walk or ride bikes to school. The survey runs from March 20-March 31.
Chesapeake Public Schools is considering a new high school academy program. Your input is very valuable to us, and your responses will assist us as we continue to explore new and exciting ways to support students in Chesapeake Public Schools. Your responses are anonymous. Survey closes March 24
Visit the IRMS Book Fair in the library from April 20-28. Parents are invited to visit our school and share in this celebration of books and reading! We are even open extended hours for parents who would like to shop with their children:
Thursday, April 20: 5:30-7:30 pm
Monday, April 24: 7:30-8:30 am
Join us for the IRMS Spring Craft Show on Saturday, April 29, from 9 am to 4 pm. Proceeds benefit the AVID program.
Attention vendors: Spaces are now available for the IRMS Spring Craft Show! Tables and spaces are provided on a first-come first-served basis. Reserve your space by April 18.
Congratulations to Tionna Green, our special education co-chair, for being named the 2016-2017 IRMS Teacher of the Year!
Congratulations to Tanisha Bradley, who teaches 7th grade English, for being named the 2016-2017 IRMS Reading Teacher of the Year!
Congratulations to Dr. Toney McNair, Jr., our chorus teacher, who was named the 2017 Virginia Teacher of the Year! Dr. McNair was selected from eight regional winners announced in September and will be the commonwealth's nominee for 2017 National Teacher of the Year. We are so proud of him!
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Due to an increase in last-minute dismissals, parent/guardians will be required to come to the Main Office prior to 3:15 p.m., with their ID's, in order to dismiss their student(s).
No students will be called out of class after 3:15 p.m. Thank you for your cooperation.
We are fully accredited by the Commonwealth of Virginia for Standards of Learning & the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Indian River Middle School is proud to educate more than 700 students each year with over 70 dedicated educators.
AVID is a program designed to prepare middle achieving students in grades 6-12 for college and university entry. AVID was established in 1980, and there are now schools in over 29 states and more than 13 foreign countries involved in the AVID program.