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.
Update May 27, 2020: IUSD is working diligently on plans for the 2020-21 school year. Click here to read Superintendent Walker's full message to the IUSD community.
While this summer may be different than ones before, there are still plenty of activities to look forward to and plan for this upcoming summer break. Here are some tips and suggestions for enjoying this summer!
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!
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.
IUSD’s grab-and-go meal locations will be closed on Monday, May 25 for the Memorial Day holiday. IUSD families picking up meals on Friday, May 22 will receive meals for that day and for the Tuesday after Memorial Day. The regular pick-up schedule will resume on Wednesday, May 27.
May 18-22 is Classified School Employee Appreciation Week. The IUSD Board of Education and Superintendent Terry Walker have recorded a special video message to share the District's deepest appreciation for our classified employees' dedication and professionalism.
Although your students may not be able to go to sports practice, music lessons, art classes or other enrichment classes, they can still hone their skills and learn at home.
Last week there was a lot of Good News Around the District. Students were honored for their achievements, our schools made videos that really moved us, and teachers, staff and families continued to find ways to connect and engage, while prioritizing mental health, kindness and gratitude.