Health & Safety

USD Mental Health Services and SEL Supports

IUSD Mental Health

This presentation given to the high school Advocacy students Feb. 2021 and we wanted to share it with you. This presentation shows what is offered to support ALL students, from elementary through high school at our district.


Health and Safety Speaker and Presentation – Nov. 20th, 2019, on Suicide and Grief Counseling

DAVID J SCHONFELD MD is a developmental-behavioral pediatrician and director of the National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement (NCSCB). He holds a joint appointment at the Keck School of Medicine of USC.

Presentation at IUCPTA meeting


Health and Safety Speaker and Presentation – Irvine Police Department


Irvine Police Department, SRO at Portola High School: Juvenile Law – Presentation on October 16th, 2019

Link to IPD Information


Irvine Police Department Area Traffic Officers and Supervisor: Traffic Safety – Presentation on September 18th, 2019

Link to IPD Information

 

Irvine Police Department: Cyber-security – Presentation on April 17th, 2019

Link to IPD Information


Other resources:


 Digital Safety

Grief / Bereavement

 

Drug Prevention Non-Profit, Natural High


Anti-vaping IPD Youth Services Team

For information contact:

  • Sergeant Tom Goodbrand: Tgoodbrandatcityofirvine.org; 949.724.7216
  • Sean Cronin School resource officer: Scroninatcityofirvine.org; 949.724.7184.

Bicycle Safety

The police department is willing to set up a bike rodeo at your school. For more information, contact: Shiree Lind, IPD Crime Prevention Unit, Program Specialist at 949-724-7193 or slindatcityofirvine.org

Water Safety and Drowning Prevention

For more information in English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese, go to http://www.ocfa.org/SafetyPrograms/DrowningPrevention.aspx

Emergency Preparedness Checklist

Please note that any supplies referenced in the following checklists are the responsibility of the Irvine Unified School District, NOT PTA.


Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

The City of Irvine’s CERT program (Community Emergency Response Team) is run by the Irvine Police Department and offers emergency training programs for parents and students. Click here for more information.


Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

A list of local resources can be found here.


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