The Irvine Unified School District is committed to safely serving our students, while helping to ensure the health and wellbeing of those on our campuses. Below is a resource guide for the 2021-22 school year, which is aligned to the California Department of Public Health’s guidelines for TK-12 schools.
Health guidelines At-A-Glance
Update 1/6/22: Please read IUSD's Jan. 6 update to our December 30 communication, which includes information regarding COVID-19 testing resources, isolation periods, contact tracing, vaccine status, school safety and what our community can do to support these efforts.
Update 12/30/21: We hope our IUSD community is continuing to enjoy the winter break. As we prepare for school to resume on Monday, January 3, please take a moment to review important health and safety updates and reminders by clicking here.
Update 12/13/21: The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced today that it will re-institute a statewide indoor mask mandate for all public places from December 15-January 15, 2022. Please note, this does NOT change the state’s current masking requirements for TK-12 schools, including IUSD schools, which still require universal masking indoors. We will keep our community informed as we have new information.