Townley Elementary School

Irving Independent School District

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  • Irving ISD has representation in one of the state’s most renowned orchestra pits. Violinist Monica Limberg, a senior at MacArthur High School, earned a chair in the Texas Music Educators Association’s All-State Orchestra. Click headline above to read more.

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  • Here are some resources with information about Covid-19 and Flu.

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  • 2019-2020 Registration

    New and returning student registration is now open! Click hereCá bắn cá gừng to get started and to learn more about the registration process.

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  • General Information

    • IISD School Board announced in-school will begin inperson learning September 25, 2020. Read more HERE. Make usre to let your teacher know if you prefer Remote or In-person for the 2nd 6 weeks. Changes can only be made every 6 weeks.
    • Doors open at 7:15 a.m.; Bell rings at 7:30 a.m.; Tardy Bell rings at 7:45 a.m

    Irving ISD Learns at Home Online GT and Advanced Academics Resources

    Greetings! 

    Cá bắn cá gừngOur department hopes that this information finds you all safe at home and doing well. We have had a few questions regarding resources for gifted students during their time at home. As we transition into learning from home, the most important thing your kids can be doing is reading at home, playing outside  when possible, and taking the additional time to explore passions and interests. We want to ensure that our learners are most important feeling safe and secure during an uncertain time.

    Please feel free to use any of these resources if your student is needing some additional stimulation and inspiration. We will continue to update this as we vet resources for you all. We even have a resource for parents. 

     

    Elementary K-2

    •  - students read Wonderopolis at home and summarize  their new learning each day; can also be translated and read aloud in Spanish.
    •  - a site that encourages students to continue wondering.
    •  - a site that encourages literacy by reading aloud to kids
    •  - free stories read aloud for kids
    •  - a list vetted and provided by our state gifted association for parents to use at home with their children.

     

    Elementary  3-5

    •  - students read Wonderopolis at home and summarize  their new learning each day; can also be translated and read aloud in Spanish.
    •  - a site that encourages students to continue wondering.
    •  - a site that encourages literacy by reading aloud to kids
    •  - free stories read aloud for kids
    •  - a list vetted and provided by our state gifted association for parents to use at home with their children.

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