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.
University High School’s Science Bowl Team recently took top honors during the 26th Regional Science Bowl competition and will represent California at the national competition in April.
More than 200 IUSD students showcased innovative inventions at the 31st Annual Astounding Inventions™ competition.
Innovative student inventions will be showcased at the Annual Astounding Inventions™ competition on Saturday, January 27 at Irvine Valley College.
IUSD is participating in Computer Science (CS) Week, which is designed to inspire students to learn how to code, develop computer science skills, and to be prepared for the digital economy.
Topics addressed by Superintendent Walker included student centered learning, funding, staff, teaching and learning, facilities, and technology.
IUSD hosted the official dedication ceremony for its newest K-6 school, Eastwood Elementary. The District’s 23rd elementary school is a state-of-the-art education facility, which opened in August of this year.