Please see the following reminders regarding IUSD's summer Learning Recovery, Acceleration and Enrichment academies, including program details, dates, hours and registration deadline information.
IUSD partners, Vital Link and OC Pathways, will host Leadership and Entrepreneurial Mindset Week from April 26-30. High school students will be able to network with industry leaders, participate in live workshops, build leadership skills, and develop an entrepreneurial mindset.
IUSD’s sustainability team is hosting the District’s annual Earth Day Student Poster Contest, which is open to all IUSD students. This year’s theme is “Restore our Earth.” Posters should highlight actions that can make a difference.
For the ninth 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.
Once again, University High School earned first place at the recent Science Bowl Regional competition. Hosted by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, this annual competition tests students' knowledge of math, physics, chemistry and biology, among other topics.
This article from Student Support Services provides important information about IUSD's summer Learning Recovery, Acceleration and Enrichment academies, including program details, dates, hours and registration deadlines.
March 13 marked one year since IUSD, along with school districts throughout the state and nation, closed schools to in-person instruction due to the COVID-19 pandemic. I would like to take a few moments to say thank you for your partnership and to look back at what we have collectively accomplished in support of our more than 35,000 students.
IUSD students from Creekside, Irvine, Northwood, Portola, University and Woodbridge high schools participated virtually in the annual Student Advocacy program to discuss issues impacting education with state legislators and other influential policy makers in Sacramento.
On March 20, the California Department of Public Health amended the state's guidance for classroom spacing to 3 feet from the recommended 6 feet. The updated guidelines will not change existing academic models for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year but is positive news for IUSD’s 2021-22 planning.