Now that the 2021-22 school year is underway, IUSD would like to take a moment to thank our students, staff and the entire IUSD community for working together to ensure such a positive and successful opening. Please read the District's community message for important COVID-19 updates and resources.
IUSD broke ground on Solis Park, the District’s soon-to-be fifth K-8 school on September 1, 2021. This state-of-the-art education facility is expected to open August 2022 and will serve the Great Park Neighborhoods.
Superintendent Walker's message to the IUSD community provides important updates and information about the 2021-22 school year, including IUSD's Safety and Planning Guide, Social Emotional Learning, how to stay connected to IUSD, and more.
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.
U.S. News & World Report released its latest ranking of the country's "Best High Schools." IUSD led the way with the most Orange County high schools on the ranking.
IUSD is seeking qualified volunteers to serve on the independent Measure E Citizens Oversight Committee (COC). The COC monitors bond expenditures and ensures bond revenues are allocated in compliance with the voter approved measure. Applications are due by June 11.
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.
The following Mental Health Awareness Month letter from Superintendent Walker highlights the important connection between mental health and positive student and educational outcomes. Also included is information about IUSD services, resources and supports for students and families.