IUSD’s 37th annual District Science Fair Open House is Tuesday, Feb. 27 at the Portola High School gymnasium (1001 Cadence, Irvine). Sixth grade awards and open house 5-6:30 p.m. in the gym. Seventh- twelfth grade awards begin at 7 p.m. in the theater.
El Vaquero, Irvine High School’s student-run newspaper, placed 1st in newspaper sweepstakes at the Orange County Journalism Education Association (OCJEA) Write-Offs.
Early this morning, a caravan of District staff and IUSD Board Members traveled to seven schools to announce the three Teachers of the Year and the four Teachers of Promise for the 2017-18 school year.
Today, in addition to announcing the 2017-18 Teachers of the Year, IUSD announced four Teachers of Promise. This annual honor goes to first- or second-year instructors, who go above and beyond, while demonstrating professional curiosity and an unbridled enthusiasm for teaching.
University High School’s Science Bowl Team recently took top honors during the 26th Regional Science Bowl competition and will represent California at the national competition in April.
For the second straight year, Woodbridge High School placed first in the Orange County Academic Decathlon, securing a place at the state academic decathlon in March.
IUSD high school students, accompanied by teachers, District staff and IUSD Board Members, are in Sacramento today to meet with state lawmakers, journalists, government experts and staffers to discuss issues impacting education. Below are photos of the group, which just recently arrived to the state capital.
More than 200 IUSD students showcased innovative inventions at the 31st Annual Astounding Inventions™ competition.
Portola High School, which opened in August 2016, has received two prestigious awards representing the "pinnacle of design and construction achievement."
During the January 23 Board Meeting, the Irvine Company presented IUSD with a check for $2 million as part of the Excellence in Education Enrichment Fund grant, which supports art, music and science education for Irvine Unified School District students in grades 4-6.