IUSD's Vision: A commitment to excellence is the hallmark of the Irvine Unified School District. As a school and community partnership, our promise is to provide the highest quality educational experience we can envision. To that end, we are dedicated to:

  • The joy of learning for all

  • Respect for each individual’s worth and uniqueness

  • A celebration of diversity

  • An environment that nurtures the quest for quality

  • A culture founded on relationship and inclusion




Click on links below for the National PTA Multicultural Calendar and Resources:







February is Lunar New Year and Black History Month




Happy Lunar New Year! Wishing you all a prosperous year ahead!






IUSD is proud to join the nation in recognizing Black History Month, which is a celebration of the achievements, contributions and the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. Also known as African American History Month, this recognition was first established by historian Carter G. Woodson and other prominent African Americans as a week-long celebration in 1924. Since 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated February as Black History Month. In IUSD, schools across the District will share various lessons, activities and information in honor of Black History Month.

IUSD’s commitment to recognizing our diverse community, including the African American and Black communities, extends beyond a single month. Please see more information about IUSD initiatives and our ongoing efforts, to improve teaching and learning and how we serve all students, staff and families by visiting iusd.org/News. Included is information about monthly African American/Black parent meetings, the District’s At Promise support group being piloted at a middle school, Shalonda Ibrahim-Abubakar, who is the African American/Black Community Liaison for IUSD, and more.








Stay Tuned for 2022 Stonegate Culture Week!