Free COVID-19 test kits are now available for IUSD students and staff as part of our commitment to provide easy access to testing in support of the health and safety of our school communities. Saliva or nasal test kits will be available at your student's school during regular school hours.
The Irvine Police Department, in partnership with IUSD and the PTA, has created a traffic safety video with important tips for pedestrians, bicyclists and drivers in and around school zones, driveways and crosswalks. When it comes to the safety of our students on the roadways, we're in this together!
IUSD's Ask-A-Scientist/Engineer Night is on Wednesday, September 29 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Creekside Education Center (3387 Barranca, Irvine). This free annual event will assist students in grades 6 through 12, who are working on science fair projects.
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.
Please take a moment to review this article, which includes voluntary COVID-19 vaccination attestation for students ages 12 and older from IUSD's Health Services team.
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.
USD students returned to school today and we are so happy to have them back! Check out our photo gallery highlighting some of the many wonderful moments we shared as the #iusdCommunity today.
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.
Please take a moment to review this article that includes mental health and wellness resources, services and contacts provided by IUSD’s Prevention and Intervention team.
All IUSD students will receive free meals during the 2021-22 school year through U.S. Department of Agriculture funding for school districts across the nation. Meals include one breakfast (if breakfast is available at your school) and one lunch.