Stress Awareness Day is November 6. As part of IUSD’s Speak Up, We Care initiative, the District has compiled the following resources to remind our students and families about the importance of self-care and to seek support when needed, especially as we head into the holiday season.
Given the growing concern about youth vaping across the nation, it is important for parents to be informed. IUSD is hosting two vaping prevention parent workshops.
Meadow Park and Brywood recently hosted open houses and dedication ceremonies on their campuses to showcase their schools’ recently completed Measure E upgrades. Principals Tom Potwora and Timothy Moeller, along with Superintendent Terry Walker, hosted their respective dedication ceremonies, which were attended by staff, students, families, IUSD Board Members, and City Council Members.
Meadow Park was built 30 years ago and Brywood was built 31 years ago. Both schools received the following upgrades:
After taking the field for separate performances, marching bands from IUSD’s five comprehensive high schools joined forces for a big finale during “Band Spectacular.”
Eastwood, Santiago Hills and Stonegate elementary schools, along with Northwood High School are open today. Read this article for more details.
Due to strong weather conditions this week, SCE notified IUSD that Eastwood, Santiago Hills and Stonegate elementary schools, along with Northwood High School, may be subject to a power outage beginning early Wednesday.
IUSD state standardized assessment scores have outperformed both state and Orange County score averages for four consecutive years.
Stonegate Elementary is one of 362 schools from across the U.S. to have earned what is widely considered the nation’s highest level of recognition for public and private schools.
September is Emergency Preparedness Month, which is an opportunity to remind our community about the importance of being prepared for emergencies. It's important to know how IUSD prepares and what you can do.
Did you know IUSD offers language support services? Providing our diverse community access to District communications is essential to building strong relationships and ensuring we have a community that is well-informed.