The Woodbridge High Academic Decathlon team's three-peat at the county competition makes them a force to contend with at the state tournament this March.
On February 11, while students had a day off, more than 2,000 teachers, administrators and staff had a day on and attended IUSD’s Professional Learning Summit focused on teaching and learning.
More than 450 IUSD students in grades 6-12 participated in the District’s 38th annual Science Fair, showcasing an impressive array of 275 biological, physical and engineering projects.
University High School won a regional round of the U.S. Department of Energy National Science Bowl for a second straight year.
The Irvine Company issued the latest installment of its $45M commitment to art, music and science, through the Excellence in Education Enrichment Fund grant, for students in grades 4-6.
IUSD will once again host its Ask-A-Scientist/Engineer Night from 6-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 10, at Rancho San Joaquin Middle School. This annual event will assist students in grades 6 through 12 who are working on this year’s science projects.
As in previous years, Ask-A-Scientist/Engineer Night attendees will have an opportunity to chat with real scientists and engineers from places like Beckman, Broadcom, Chapman University, JAL Systems, USC, and UC Irvine. In addition, IUSD science teachers will be on hand to help answer questions.
Jeffrey Trail Middle School Science Olympiad team is the first-ever Orange County middle school and first IUSD school to win state and to compete at nationals.
Fourteen IUSD student projects placed and Northwood High Senior Nitya Parthasarathy was named the “California Science & Engineering Fair Student of the Year.”
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.