About 400 IUSD middle school students will get a chance to explore potential careers in physics, robotics, technology, health and much more during a special science conference at UCI next week.
It’s been described as the “technology infrastructure” for continuous improvement, and it has the potential to revolutionize assessment in Irvine. Over the summer, the IUSD Board of Education approved the purchase and implementation of a computerized Learning Management System that will serve as an all-in-one data warehouse for student information while consolidating other needs, including assessment,
Congratulations to Hari Garg of Rancho San Joaquin Middle School and Rae Holcomb of South Lake Middle School. They're among 300 students -- including seven from Orange County -- selected to advance to the next round in a new science, technology and math competition sponsored by the Broadcom Foundation.
The Irvine Unified School District has scheduled an 11-hour power outage at the District Office on Saturday that will temporarily impact most of its technology services, including online grades through the Parent Portal and email access for staff.
A Rancho San Joaquin Middle School eighth-grader has emerged as one of 60 semifinalists in the inaugural Google Science Fair, which is asking voters to select its People’s Choice Award winner.