Yesterday on Tuesday, March 10, IUSD students from Creekside, Irvine, Portola, University and Woodbridge high schools traveled to Sacramento to discuss issues impacting education with state legislators and other influential policy makers. IUSD Board Members Lauren Brooks and Sharon Wallin, a handful of teachers, and PTA representatives accompanied the students.
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IUSD’s summer school program for grades 9-12 will begin June 11 and run through July 23. An onsite program will be offered at Irvine High School and a blended learning program will be offered at San Joaquin High School (Creekside Education Center).
IUSD started the month off right on Monday, March 2, 2020 by focusing on literacy and reading for Read Across America Day. To celebrate this day, each year several District schools invite special guests to read their favorite children’s books to elementary students.
IUSD is opening the San Joaquin K-6 Blended Learning Elementary School starting in the 2020-21 School Year, as part of the District's independent study program. To sign up on the interest list and for more information, click on this article.
IUSD is hosting our annual College and Career Fair at Portola High School in the gym on March 16 from 6-8 p.m. During this free event, IUSD students and families will have the opportunity to meet with more than 40 college and university representatives to explore a variety of career pathways.
Today, IUSD also announced the four 2019-20 Teachers of Promise given to first- or second-year instructors, who go above and beyond, while demonstrating professional curiosity and an unbridled enthusiasm for teaching.
Today, IUSD announced the elementary, middle and high school Teachers of the Year! Check out this article to learn more about each honoree.
For the third year in a row, University High School earned first place at the Science Bowl Regionals and will go on to represent IUSD at the national competition this April in Washington, D.C.
IUSD's California Science Test scores have outperformed both state and county score averages with IUSD ranking No. 1 in California.
IUSD students in grades 6-12 participated in the District’s 39th annual Science Fair on Wednesday, February 5 at Northwood High School. More than 545 students presented an impressive array of 298 biological, physical, or engineering projects, including “Color Liquid Evaporation,” “Self-Driving Car,” “How Color Affects Memory,” “Music and Memory,” “Safe Landing,” and “Ocean Clean-up Boat.”