This week's Good News Around the District features distance learning, creative activities, ideas for exercise at home, messages of hope and encouragement, important reminders, services and supports, and virtual activities that range from performances to school counseling meetings and everything in between.
Each week, IUSD’s Weekly Five covers one topic with five tips to help support and connect students and families to information and resources. This week, we are providing suggestions for staying socially connected.
Great things happened around the District this week! Check out this article for our social media roundup for the week of April 6-10.
For the eighth consecutive year, IUSD has been named one of the nation’s Best Communities for Music Education by the NAMM Foundation. IUSD joins only four percent of school districts nationwide to receive this prestigious honor for its commitment to music and education.
Introducing IUSD’s Weekly Five. Each week we will cover one topic with tips to help support and connect students and families to information and resources. This week we are starting with five mental health and wellness tips.
Following social distancing guidelines is critically important to support public health but so is staying socially connected. Check out this article for a few ideas.
As Emergency Distance Learning opportunities continue through the end of the school year, is committed to supporting students and parents. This article provides information and resources to help establish structures and routines for your family.
Recently, several IUSD middle school students participated in the MathCounts Regional Competition at the University Of California, Irvine.
The MathCounts Competition was created by The MathCounts Foundation which is a non-profit that tries to encourage students from across the nation and in grades 6-8 to engage in extracurricular math programs.
Education is an essential service. During the closure of IUSD schools and facilities, the District will continue to provide free breakfasts and lunches to any IUSD student who needs them. Read this article to learn more and for additional community resources for families impacted by the COVID-19 health crisis.