Join IUSD’s Prevention and Intervention team for a series of virtual mental health and wellness enrichment programs this summer. The workshops are open to both parents/guardians and students.
Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price delivered nearly $50,000 in scholarship funds to 33 IUSD class of 2021 graduates as part of a special connection and promise that began six years ago at Woodbury Elementary.
IUSD is honored to have served you and to have been a part of your lives during these important years. Best wishes on this next phase of your journey! Click on this article to view a photo gallery of IUSD commencement ceremonies.
As the final days of the 2020-21 school year come to a close and we prepare to celebrate our 2021 IUSD graduates and promoting sixth and eighth grade students, on behalf of the IUSD Board of Education and District leadership, I would like to honor and recognize our wonderful IUSD community.
During the last IUSD Board of Education Meeting of the 2020-21 school year, Board Members and Superintendent Walker recognized certificated, classified and administrative employees, who will retire before or on June 30. In all, 77 IUSD employees will retire this year, collectively representing more than 2,014 years of service.
IUSD’s Nutrition Services we will be closed Monday, May 31 for Memorial Day. This week, IUSD will serve meals, as part of the Community Feeding Program, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and will provide three breakfasts and three lunches for each student on these days.
Elementary Teachers Greg Bergevin and Stephanie Smith, along with Irvine High School Principal Monica Colunga were honored for making a difference in the lives of IUSD students through arts education.
Today is National School Nurse Day, which is part of National Nurses Week. IUSD would like to recognize and thank our dedicated and caring school nurses. In addition to their regular work hours, they have gone above and beyond to support IUSD staff, students and families, and the community throughout this year.
Funding from the Irvine Children’s Fund to the Irvine Child Care Project will expand scholarships available to working and income-eligible families to help pay for child care programs located on every IUSD elementary and K-8 school campus.
Woodbridge High math teacher Kristie Donavan has been named a 2021 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching program finalist. Kristie is one of only three California math teachers in the running for this national recognition.