The semi-finals football game against Hugo Owens Middle has been moved to Thursday 11/14/19 at 6:00pm. The game will be held at Indian River High. Come support our players!
At Indian River Middle School it is our goal engage, inspire and empower our students. Click through the slideshow below to see how our teachers will motivate our students.
Governor’s School for the Arts will host an Information Night on October 24, 2019 from 7 to 8 pm. Students in grades 8-11 and their parents are invited to meet Dr. Andrea Warren, who will discuss the programs offered and the application process.
WHEN: October 24, 2019 @ 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
WHERE: Greenbrier Middle School
1016 Greenbrier Pkwy
Chesapeake VA 23320
The window to update or verify your student’s emergency contact information has been extended to October 30th. After the Student Online Verification window is closed, anyone who wishes to update their emergency contact information must do so by contacting your school directly. It is crucial we have accurate information, including persons who may pick up a student during an emergency, on file.
October 21-27, 2019, is National Safe Schools Week. View the slideshow below to see Indian River Middle School stand up for school safety and get tips on how you can join us.
Join the PTSA and elective teachers for an exciting evening of games, music, and the book fair. Come dressed to participate in relay races, building challenges, and a dance battle.
Date: October 24, 2019
Time: 6:00 – 7:15 pm
Its that time again! The Scholastic Book Fair is back from October 14 – 25th.
Students in grades K-12 are invited to participate in the Commonwealth of Virginia’s
“Kids Safe Online poster contest.” The contest is sponsored by the Virginia Information
Technologies Agency (VITA) in conjunction with the Multi-State Information Sharing and
Analysis Center (MS-ISAC). This national contest encourages students to use the
Internet safely and securely.
The top five winning posters from Virginia for each grade group (K-5, 6-8 and 9-12) will
be submitted to the national Multi-State Cyber Security Awareness poster contest. The
Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center will select 13 winners to have their
artwork displayed in the 2021 National Stay Safe Online Calendar, which will be
distributed throughout the country and used in campaigns to raise awareness among
children of all ages about Internet and computer safety. The top four submissions will
also be made into posters promoting cybersecurity practices.
Contact if you would like to enter.