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IPSF Launches a Dollar a Day for Education Campaign

Increasingly, our underfunded schools are turning to external fundraising organizations to make up the difference in educations funds provided by the state for what is needed to get our kids ready for the 21st century workforce.  I will be attending the 2nd annual IPSF Gala this weekend (sold out!) whic will raise a significant amount…

IPSF Gala is Sold Out

The second annual Irvine Public Schools Foundation (IPSF) Gala is official sold out.  The IPSF Gala is fast becoming THE event in Irvine to see and be seen and it all benefits the kids at Irvine’s outstanding public schools.  The Gala honors graduates of note from IUSD schools and this year’s line up is impressive.…

IPSF gets Grants from Google and Montesorri International

August 18, 2011, Irvine CA – Irvine Public Schools Foundation (IPSF) announced today that it has been named the recipient of grants from Google, Inc. and Montessori International.  Both grants will support IPSF’s efforts to ensure educational opportunities in the Irvine Unified School District (IUSD).   “We are honored to welcome Google, Inc. and Montessori International…

IPSF Announces 2011 Gala Honorees

The Irvine Public Schools Foundation (IPSF) today announced the four honorees of IUSD school alumni that will be honored for outstanding career achievements at the second annual IPSF Spirit of Excellence Gala, October 22, 2011, at Kia Motors Headquarters in Irvine.  The announcement of the honorees was made at the conclusion of the Inaugural IPSF…

IPSF Announces Golf Tournament

TheLiberalOC is a pro-education blog and we’re for any organization that helps fund things like science, art, and music in our schools.  For kids in Irvine, IPSF is a Godsend. Here’s some news to share about their latest fundraiser. The Irvine Public Schools Foundation (IPSF) today announced that noted professional long driver Jeff Farley will…

Obama to Address Nation’s School Children on Sept 14; will OC Schools display political backbone this time?

I’m still considerably mad at IUSD for last year’s lack of political courage.  My daughter’s elementary school actually aired the recorded address to schoolchildren by the President three times.  My son’s high school didn’t.  Select teachers did show it but my son didn’t have the good fortune to see the President’s address at all. On…