The IUSD Board of Education unanimously selected Lauren Brooks to serve as president and Betty Carroll to serve as clerk during the December 11 Board Meeting.
The Speak Up, We Care campaign is districtwide and designed to increase student and parent awareness and access to mental health and wellness services and resources. We want our students to know that their voice matters, they are not alone, there is strength in speaking up, and we are here to help because we care.
IUSD hosted the official dedication ceremony for its newest K-8 school, Cadence Park, which is the District's fourth K-8 and 40th school.
As IUSD schools prepare to participate in the 2018 Great California Shakeout on Thursday, October 18, to practice being earthquake-ready, IUSD would like to remind our community about the importance of being prepared for an emergency. This article features information about how IUSD prepares for emergencies, tips for what you can do and other helpful resources.
IUSD's state standardized assessment scores have outperformed both state and Orange County score averages, with IUSD ranking the second highest in the state for the third consecutive year.
The state’s Division of Drinking Water, in collaboration with the California Department of Education, and in accordance with AB 746, has been working with local water agencies and K-12 public school districts throughout California to conduct water sampling for lead. In Irvine, our water agency is the Irvine Ranch Water District (IRWD), which has been working with IUSD since mid-2017 to test our schools’ water systems.
About California Assembly Bill 746:
Irvine's ranking as the No. 3 city in the nation for quality education is a major factor in Irvine being named one of the best places to raise a family in the U.S.
The Irvine Unified School District ranks No. 1 in Orange County and is one of the best in California in a new report by ranking and review site Niche.