Stress Awareness Day is November 6. As part of IUSD’s Speak Up, We Care initiative, the District has compiled the following resources to remind our students and families about the importance of self-care and to seek support when needed, especially as we head into the holiday season.
Given the growing concern about youth vaping across the nation, it is important for parents to be informed. IUSD is hosting two vaping prevention parent workshops.
In partnership with Hoag Hospital, IUSD has developed the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Speaker Series. In this first session, speakers will discuss the impacts excessive gaming and social media can have on children and teens.
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.
In this article are reminders that maybe helpful in advance of the new school year, including traffic, bike and helmet safety tips, how to Stay Connected to IUSD throughout the year and during emergencies, Parent Portal information, Speak Up We Care resources, language support services, and information about the District’s website.
August is National Wellness Month. While every day should be wellness day, more often than not, we get caught up in our busy lives and wellness can take a back seat. This article provides wellness tips and information for students and families.
As part of Mental Health Awareness Month, IUSD joins millions throughout the country to raise awareness about this important topic.
Free lecture from well-known adolescent psychologist Dr. Jerry Weichman about the impact positive social relationships have on teenagers’ mental health and physical well-being.
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.
Mental Health Awareness Month is an opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of mental health and the multi-tiered supports available for IUSD students.