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Author: Mandy Yang

IUSD Schools Will Start the Fall Semester Online

Under Governor Gavin’s rules for reopening schools this fall, any California county classified as a “red zone” must offer digital courses only, without any in-person classes, regardless of public or private school.

Since Orange County is currently classified as a “red zone,” all Irvine schools will begin the new school year online.

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Advanced Placement (AP) Testing Goes Digital

Along with online learning at school, Advanced Placement (AP) testing has also made the switch to digital.

These tests occur once a year, evaluating a high school students’ year of learning. A strong score on the test can waive necessary college credit for graduation later.

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COVID-19 and Its Impact on Irvine High School Students

All IUSD schools have transitioned to distance learning.  This switch was meant to protect teachers and students alike from COVID-19 (coronavirus).

On Wednesday, March 18th, all classes at my high school, Woodbridge High, transitioned to online. This new way of learning is drastically different from traditional high schools. 

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Latest COVID-19 Stats

41,823

Cases in OC

 

440

Now Hospitalized

 

745

Deaths in OC

 

1279

Cases in Irvine

 

12

Deaths in Irvine

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