Commitment To Academic Honesty
The Irvine Unified School District has from its inception placed an emphasis on ethical behavior and academic honesty. To realize our goals for academic honesty will require collaboration and commitment among the school, the teachers, parents and students.
The Irvine Unified School District is participating with the California School Information Services (CSIS) Program in the electronic transfer of student data for state reporting to the California Department of Education.
Listed below are a few sites to help better understand cyber bullying.
Family Life Matters
A compilation of family life education offerings and parent support groups sponsored by various agencies in and around Irvine.
High School Interscholastic Athletics Information, policies, practices and perspectives about Interscholastic Athletics for parents and athletes is contained in IUSD Athletic Handbooks.
Note: These document are in PDF format. Adobe reader is downloadable at no cost.
Irvine School Readiness Program
The Irvine School Readiness Program, a collaboration between parents and professionals, provides an assortment of services to help families with children in the 0-5 age range and early care providers develop skills that build strong families and healthy children who are learning and ready for school.
Parent-Controlled Filtering Software
We believe parents should monitor their children's use of the Internet. While there is no substitute for ongoing dialogue, Parent-Controlled Filtering Software or Kid Desktops can help.
my.IUSD.org (parent portal)
My IUSD.org (parent portal) is available to all elementary, middle and high school parents. Information needed to register will be sent home after the start of school.
Technology Resources Acceptable Use Policy The Irvine Unified School District computer network provides access to electronic resources and to the Internet. Every IUSD user is expected to use these resources for educational purposes only; to act in a responsible, ethical, and legal manner.