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.”
Jeffrey Trail Middle School recently hosted the first annual Jeffery Trail Science Olympiad Invitational, which was the nation’s largest middle school Science Olympiad tournament with more than 70 teams and 1,000 students.
Meadow Park and Brywood recently hosted open houses and dedication ceremonies on their campuses to showcase their schools’ recently completed Measure E upgrades. Principals Tom Potwora and Timothy Moeller, along with Superintendent Terry Walker, hosted their respective dedication ceremonies, which were attended by staff, students, families, IUSD Board Members, and City Council Members.
Meadow Park was built 30 years ago and Brywood was built 31 years ago. Both schools received the following upgrades:
IUSD state standardized assessment scores have outperformed both state and Orange County score averages for four consecutive years.
Stonegate Elementary is one of 362 schools from across the U.S. to have earned what is widely considered the nation’s highest level of recognition for public and private schools.
The Irvine Unified School District has been ranked a top school district in Orange County and is one of the best in California, according to a new report by the review site Niche.
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.