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.
While students enjoyed a day off on Monday, Feb. 3, more than 2,000 teachers, administrators and staff attended IUSD’s annual Professional Learning Summit focused on teaching and learning.
IUSD is happy to share that we have updated our District annual residency verification process. In an effort to honor parent and staff time, we will be using the latest technology to verify residency by working with a third party software service.
The software will allow staff to conduct electronic residency verification for the district. The intent of the software is to:
Messages from Superintendent Walker related to COVID-19.
We may be in the thick of cold and flu season, but there are some proven ways you can help stop the spread of germs and prevent respiratory illnesses.
IUSD, in partnership with Hoag Hospital, will host a Substance Use and Vaping Dangers parent night on February 4 in the Irvine High School Theater from 6:30-8 p.m.
Your responses are critical in providing feedback about school climate and where resources are focused through the LCAP process.
During the December 17 Irvine Unified School District Board of Education Meeting, the Board selected a new president and clerk, which are one-year terms.
IUSD recently hosted its annual 21st Century Career Conference for more than 400 seventh-grade students, who had the opportunity to learn from Orange County STEM professionals and explore various career and educational pathway options.
IUSD is participating in Computer Science Week, which is designed to inspire students to learn how to code, develop computer science skills, and to be prepared for the digital economy.