Seven IUSD teachers and Plaza Vista’s principal have received the 2019 Orange County Music and Arts Administrators (OCMAA) award. Congratulations to all honorees.
As part of Earth Month this past April, IUSD’s Sustainability team held a poster contest, asking students to create a poster demonstrating the theme “Zero Waste Lunch.” Students focused on reducing, reusing and recycling through this creative process.
Today, IUSD announced its five 2019 Classified Employees of the Year – Christian Gregor, Dayna Pace, Klara Saunders, Sue Natalizio and Joshua Razo.
In addition to producing the most District champions, Sierra Vista continued its impressive record, producing the most state champions in California. Lakeside Middle School and University High School will also advance to the national competition.
This year, 52 IUSD employees are set to retire, collectively representing more than 1,000 years of service.
IUSD Board of Education President Lauren Brooks was awarded the Orange County School Boards Association’s highest honor – the prestigious Marian Bergeson Award. Established in 1974, the Marian Bergeson Award is presented annually to trustees who promote and enhance public education through their governing board service and community efforts.
After taking first place at the county competition, the Woodbridge High team took eighth at state.
IUSD joins only four percent of school districts nationwide to receive the prestigious Best Communities for Music Education designation.
Assistant Principal and Army National Guard Colonel Kris Kough returned to University High School today, after serving nearly a year in Afghanistan. He was surprised by a brief homecoming celebration organized by staff and students.