Tag Archive for IUSD

In Support of Irvine’s Measure R

We received this essay from Gavin Huntley-Fenner, an IUSD Trustee and a deserving public servent up for re-election in Irvine, on Measure R on the ballot for city voters seeking to help fund Irvine’s excellent schools. *** By Gavin Huntley-Fenner Consider the following Irvine schools are a primary reason people move to the city.  The…

IPSF Gala Tickets Going Fast; Honoring the Best of IUSD Students

The Irvine Public Schools Foundation (IPSF) today announced that ticket sales for the organization’s inaugural gala were selling briskly but corporate sponsorships for the event are still available.  The “Spirit of Excellence” premiere gala event celebrates the achievements of five of the Irvine Unified School District’s (IUSD) alumni while generating vital funds needed to maintain…

One Final Lesson for the Class of 2010

My son Alex graduated from high school last night.  It marked a moment of satisfaction for my wife and I that our choice to live in Irvine upon moving here 13 years ago was a good one.  We came here simply because we believed Irvine offered the best public school system in Orange County.  It…

Every 15 Minutes….

Every 15 Minutes is a program every high school kid who drives should take seriously. It can be a tad overdramatic, but there’s nothing funny about driving drunk and the pain drunk drivers can cause to complete strangers through their carelessness and selfishness (just ask Andy Quatch). Northwood High held its presentation today.

IPSF Launches Major Fundraiser

It’s widely known that Irvine Unified is one of the best public school districts in the county if not the state. Because the state still classifies Irvine as a “rural” district, the amount of funding per student is well below state average and equaliziation efforts by our elected officials in the State Assembly and State…