Health care for all students, Most families are required to have health insurance now. Do you and your family have health insurance? Covered California is where many individuals and families can get affordable health insurance. Financial assistance is available to many families if they qualify. For more information and to find free, confidential, in-person help in your area, visit www.CoveredCA.com and click on the green “Find Local Help” button or call 1-800-300-1506. Individuals and families may also qualify for Medi-Cal benefits.
For more information go to: http://www.health4allkids.org/
Access GradeLink Here
Common Core Informational Brochures
K-2nd ELA Standards K-2nd Math Standards
3rd-5th ELA Standards 3rd-5th Math Standards
6th-8th ELA Standards 6th-8th Math Standards
Spanish ELA K-2nd Standards Spanish K-2nd Math Standards
Spanish ELA 3rd-5th Standards Spanish 3rd-5th Standards
Spanish ELA 6th-8th Standards Spanish 6th-8th Math Standards
K-12 ELD Spanish K-12 ELD
School Volunteers requirements: Volunteers in the classroom, chaperoning study trips, or coaching require these clearances:
All volunteers must have a live scan clearance to volunteer - paperwork is found in the office.
All volunteers must submit a turberculosis (TB) skin test or a (TB) check off form. If you submitted either last year, the district has it on file. However, if you are new in the District, and you ahve a current TB skin test that has been administered within the last six months, please bring a copy to the office.
Clearance not required - open to the public: parents attending a school program or related performance, carnivals, sporting events, or family.
August 2018 newsletter.pdf
If your child is going to be absent from school, please phone the school to inform them of the reason for their absence. The school number is (559) 924-6424.
When a student who has been absent returns to school, he/she shall present a satisfactory explanation verifying the reason for the absence. Absences shall be verified by the student's parent/guardian, other person having control of the minor, or the student if age 18 or older. (Education Code 46012; 5 CCR 306)
More information on student absences can be found in the Student Handbook given to your child on the first day of school or upon enrollment.
Island Union School District student
Education Protection Account:
EPA unaudited actuals Island School 2016-17.pdf
EPA Resolution for 2017-2018 res. 2017-11.pdf
EducationProtectionAccount 2017-2018 estimated expenditures.pdf
Island School Education Protection Account for 2016-2017.pdf
EPA Unaudited Actuals Island School 15-16
Island School Education Protection Account for 2015-2016.PDF
Island School Education Protection Account for 2014-2015.PDF
EPA unaudited actuals Island School 2014 15.pdf
Island School Education Protection Account for 2012-2013.pdf
EPA unaudited actuals Island School 2013-2014.pdf
EPA unaudited actuals Island School 2012 2013.pdf
Professional Standards: 4119.21/4219.21/4319.21
Island Gamut Online 4000
Plan: safety manual Feb. 26, 2018.pdf
School staff shall encourage parents/guardians or other
volunteers to support the district's nutrition education program by considering
nutritional quality when selecting any snacks which they may donate for
occasional class parties and by limiting food or beverages that do not meet
nutritional standards to no more than one such food or beverage per party. Class parites or celebrations shall be held after
the lunch period when possible. We review our policy annualy through our School Site Council.
Student Wellness Policy Review 2016 IUESD.pdf
Island Union Elementary School District Wellness Policy.pdf
It is vital that we as employees of IUESD understand and adhere to the IUESD Wellness Policy. It specifically states “Schools, to the extent possible, will not use foods or beverages that do not meet nutritional standards”. In order to support our policy we will no longer accept sweet treats for birthday snacks. Parents are still encouraged to celebrate student birthdays by offering an alternative to sweet treats such as a goody bag with pencils, erasers, crayons, etc. Another fun idea is to donate a hardback book to the library in honor of your student. However, if you bring an edible treat, any of the following items are acceptable:
School Lunch and Breakfast Policy School Lunches and Breakfast Policy.docx
ANNUAL NOTIFICATION OF ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT PLANS
The Island Union Elementary School District under asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA), is required to develop and implement a management plan for dealing with the presence of asbestos-containing materials in our schools. This plan is available for your inspection in the school office.
Rennaisance Home Connect/AR
This website is designed so parents and students can stay up to date on progress in Accelerated Math, Accelerated Reader, and Math Facts in a Flash. This is the computer program the teachers use to build students Reading, Vocabulary, and Math Skills.
Your child's username and password are the same ones they use at school.
Island Union Elementary Local Control Accountability Plan
Island Union School LCAP Final Approval 2016-19
Island School LCFF Annual Update 2015-2018 approved.pdf
Integrated Pest Management Plan for Island School 2017
IUESD IPM plan 2017.pdf
Island Union Elementary School Chromebook Policy Handbook 2017-18
Island Chromebook Policy 2016 revised.pdf
Island Union School District Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) rev. July 22, 2015
Acceptable Use Policy 2016 Island.pdf
All in Health Care for All Families:
All in Health Care for All Families (Eng.).pdf
Todos en Asistencia Médica para Todas las Familias (Sp).pdf
After School Program:
Handbook: 2017 ASP packet.pdf