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.
From energy efficiency to recycling, IUSD and our Sustainability Team are dedicated to making our schools and facilities more eco-friendly and sustainable, while educating students and staff about how their daily activities impact the environment.
As part of IUSD's inclusive and proactive planning for the 2020-21 school year, the District has identified and allocated more than $21 million for health and safety measures. As we prepare to welcome back more than 22,000 students to our campuses and classrooms this article details IUSD process and investments.
May 18-22 is Classified School Employee Appreciation Week. The IUSD Board of Education and Superintendent Terry Walker have recorded a special video message to share the District's deepest appreciation for our classified employees' dedication and professionalism.
Although your students may not be able to go to sports practice, music lessons, art classes or other enrichment classes, they can still hone their skills and learn at home.
Last week IUSD students and schools celebrated Earth Day, Read a Book to a Pet Day and World Book Day, while continuing distance learning, engaging in school spirit activities, and sharing important resources and information.
Meadow Park and Brywood recently hosted open houses and dedication ceremonies on their campuses to showcase their schools’ recently completed Measure E upgrades. Principals Tom Potwora and Timothy Moeller, along with Superintendent Terry Walker, hosted their respective dedication ceremonies, which were attended by staff, students, families, IUSD Board Members, and City Council Members.
Meadow Park was built 30 years ago and Brywood was built 31 years ago. Both schools received the following upgrades:
September is Emergency Preparedness Month, which is an opportunity to remind our community about the importance of being prepared for emergencies. It's important to know how IUSD prepares and what you can do.
On behalf of the IUSD Board of Education, Leadership Team and staff, I’m proud to welcome our families to the 2019-20 school year. This message provides a snapshot of how IUSD is connecting our vision, mission and investments to every school and student. Please take a moment to read this important information.
As a result of the power outage, the City of Irvine has set up a Care and Reception Center at Northwood High School, 4515 Portola Parkway. The facility will be available as a cooling center or for those who need shelter.