Irvington High School 40 N Broadway, Irvington, NY10533 Irvington High School serves grades 9 to 12 in Irvington Union Free School District. The school organizes a variety of…More events and activities. It has a library that can be accessed from Monday to Friday from 7.30am to 3.20pm. It is one of the few public middle schools in New York to have received a distinguished Great Schools Rating of 10 out of 10. Dr. Scott Mosenthal is the principal of the school. For more information, call the numbers provided or visit the Web site.
The Village of Irvington Police Department has 21 officers. The Chief of Police is Michael Cerone, Lieutenant is…More Michael Morano and the Sergeants are Michael Foley and Raube McDaniels. Chief Cerone is a graduate of the FBI National Academy.</p>
<p>Their departments include: youth, patrol, detective, safety-seat installation, vin etching, bike unit and a boat task force.</p>
<p>The department takes pride in responding quickly to a variety of calls and are extremely community oriented. The Irvington PD sponsors recreation programs and four officers also coach high school sports. It also has four DARE-certified officers. </p>
Immaculate Conception Parish & Pre-Kindergarten School 16 N Broadway, Irvington, NY10533 For over 100 years, Immaculate Conception School has been welcoming children of all faiths and cultures, providing them…More with competitive educational programs that also have a Catholic foundation. The curriculum now is our Pre-Kindergarten School.
Main Street School is the public school serving students in fourth and fifth grades in the Village of Irvington.…More Because Main Street School is so centrally located in Irvington, it strives to establish partnerships with different organizations and groups in the village. </p>
<p>Students are heterogeneously mixed in self-contained classrooms for all subject areas, but differentiation instruction is employed to meet students various needs. Teachers strongly emphasize language arts and math, but also make a point of offering well-rounded educations in science and social studies. Technology is integrated into all classroom work. </p>
<p>Fifth graders begin learning Spanish or French, languages which they continue into middle and high school. Special needs services are made available through the Committee on Special Education. </p>
<p>The princial is Dr. Raina Kor.</p>