As Emergency Distance Learning opportunities continue through May 1, IUSD is committed to supporting students and parents. This article provides information and resources you may find helpful as you establish structures and routines for your family.
Education is an essential service. During the closure of IUSD schools and facilities, the District will continue to provide free breakfasts and lunches to any IUSD student who needs them. Read this article to learn more and for additional community resources for families impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis.
The outbreak of COVID-19 can result in stress, especially for students who may be struggling to process fear and anxiety related to the disease. This article includes information and resources, which may be helpful for students and families.
Update (4/1/20): Today, Governor Newsom announced that all California schools will remain closed to students through the end of the 2019-20 school year, as a result of increased COVID-19 cases throughout the state.
We may be in the thick of cold and flu season, but there are some proven ways you can help stop the spread of germs and prevent respiratory illnesses.
IUSD, in partnership with Hoag Hospital, will host a Substance Use and Vaping Dangers parent night on February 4 in the Irvine High School Theater from 6:30-8 p.m.
Join IUSD and the Orange County Department of Education for a Vaping Prevention Workshop for Parents on Tuesday, December 6 at the Learning Center (3387 Barranca, Irvine 92606).
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.