IUSD THIS WEEK – November 14-18
Each week, so many great things happen throughout IUSD, we’ve provided the following “snapshot” to keep you informed! Click here to view a photo gallery of this week’s events.
Canyon View Elementary Principal Christina Giguiere kissed a pig on Monday, November 14 as part of a PTA fundraising initiative. The school met its goal and raised more than $52,000, so Principal Giguiere puckered up and the kids loved it!
Meadow Park Elementary fifth and sixth grade students, in the Specialized Academic Instruction program, organized and hosted a Thanksgiving meal for about 40 teachers, staff and administrators. To prepare for the feast, students took part in grocery shopping, cooking, decorating and hosting the event, all part of their life skills lessons. This is the second year this wonderful event has been held – it has become a tradition that Meadow Park students and staff look forward to each year.
Rancho San Joaquin Middle School students participated in a Student Investment Workshop put on by the Irvine Chamber of Commerce. The more than 100 students, who participated, learned about the basics of investing and then managed a portfolio of $25,000 for four weeks. As part of the conclusion of the program, a final meeting was held in which the winning teams were recognized and awarded prizes.
Woodbury Elementary students were visited by Gabrielino Indian Chief, Ernie Salas, who shared information about his tribe’s culture and history during a third-grade assembly.
Woodbury Elementary second-grade students also participated in a concert for parents in which they sang patriotic songs.
Greentree Elementary students have been and will continue performing the school’s annual play, Disney’s Peter Pan Jr., through Saturday. This special event is sponsored by IPSF. Students are performing to sold out crowds of families and friends.
For more information about exciting events and news related to your school, visit your school’s website and social media pages, where available.