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Robotics Competition by Luca Broggi

This weekend was the qualification matches for the Robotics League. Now my team is 3rd place we are 4863R. 4863A 2nd place, and 4863H got 1st place. All three are from Irving! Now 4863H is ...more

What's New In The Library, by Yamilett Renteria

Who’s the librarian? Ms. Miller’s favorite thing about the library is how much potential it has, and how much she loves that it encourages students to read more at school. She also feels that the ...more

PE, by Jorge Cabral, Victor Soria and Elvis Velasquez

Did you know that there is a new PE teacher? His name is Mr. Alarcon. He replaced Mr. Wurmlinger’s spot as a PE teacher. He and Mr. Romanowski teach PE to this day.

Mr. Alarcon does many ...more

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Chess Tournament, by Alex Arciga

I recently participated In Irving’s Chess Tournament. This was the first this year. All the people who competed go to Chess Club regularly. We meet three times a week. Ms. Hutlman sponsors our club. ...more

Urban Legends, by Zanessa DeLeon, Emily Calzada and Jimena Martinez

On June 10 2009, a contest was hosted by a Internet forum named “Something Awful”, in order to win you had to create a paranormal image that would spook people out. The contest went too far and ...more

Making Your Own Business by Emma Ann Fairbrother

My first business was a Lemonade Stand and a Bake Sale. Now I am a Babysitter. I think that babysitting is my first real business because I have business cards and the business lasts much more than a ...more

I have been reading the book, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Vernes. It follows a French professor and his two friends who discover the first-ever submarine. This submarine is known as the ...more

Short Story Competition by Jack Gore

As most know, Irving Middle School is named after famous writer Washington Irving. An author most famous for writing Sleepy Hollow, Washington Irving was a great influence to other great writers, and inspires writers to this day. And here at Irving, that writing spirit is best shown in the Irving short story competition! 

Set up by Mr. Rich of the Irving staff, even with prize money coming out of their very own pocket! His goal is to get the students at Irving middle to show their creativity in a nice compact story using the double space tool. The story can be up to five pages long and have to be original or an adaptation, no plagiarism. Now, last time there were ten contestants, and three came out on top. What did the top prizewinners get? First prize was one hundred and fifty dollars, second was seventy-five 

dollars, and third got fifty. With three hundred dollars on the line it’s easy to see why the short story competition was a big hit last year. 

Over all, the short story competition is a great opportunity for students to strut their writing passion and earn some money while doing it. It is a fine way to pass time or something you can spend a lot of time on. In honor of the program, this E-times article will be double-spaced. Jack Dore signing out.