The Orange County Health Care Agency recently announced the winners of their Mask Message Contest, which included several IUSD students. The county-wide contest was designed to promote mask safety and help inform school communities about ways to slow the spread of COVID-19.
IUSD congratulates and honors its five 2020 Classified Employees of the Year – Kristine Arebalo, Susan Cortez, Cheryl Deason, Spencer Hoover and Judith Salazar.
Natalie Miller of Lakeside MS won third place in the 2020 National History Day competition with Jihyun Won of Portola HS and Louise Macatula and Riya Gupta from Sierra Vista MS honored as finalists.
Congratulations to the Class of 2020! IUSD wishes you the best as you embark upon this next exciting phase of your journey. We are so proud of you! Check out this article for student-driven video content that captures the spirit of our incredible students.
Last week, Superintendent Walker announced the launch of Optimistic Household to connect our students and families with helpful resources that support learning and social emotional wellbeing at the highest levels for students. Module 1 of this six-part series is now available.
There was lots of Good News Around the District from May 18-22! IUSD celebrated our classified employees, recognized outstanding student and teacher achievements, and was wowed by digital performances, among many other great happenings!
Northwood High's Mickey Dickson has been named one of six Orange County Teacher of the Year Finalists by the OC Department of Education (OCDE). Dickson, who is a Science Teacher and Coach at Northwood, was also named IUSD’s High School Teacher of the Year in February.
This year, the National History Day competition has gone virtual but that didn’t stop IUSD students from cleaning up at the state competition. A total of 11 history projects by IUSD students will advance to the virtual National History Day showdown June 14-18.