Mark your calendars for Wednesday,

March 27th from 6pm to 8pm.

The City of Irvine, in partnership with the Irvine Prevention Coalition, is pleased to sponsor well-known adolescent psychologist Dr. Jerry Weichman to lead a community discussion about the impact positive social relationships have on a teenager’s mental health and physical well-being. Click below for flyer and more information.



Anti-vaping IPD Youth Services Team

For more information, contact Sergeant Tom Goodbrand

949.724.7216 or Sean Cronin, School resource officer 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


Water safety/drowning prevention

For more information in English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese, go to

If you would like a speaker on this subject, CHOC offers this no cost program:
Three Tragic Seconds: Drowning Prevention
In this class, parents learn about the problem of drowning: why it happens, where it happens, and how it happens. It presents four action steps to prevent drowning including: using layers of barrier protection, designating water watchers, learning CPR, and clearly communicating child supervision.
To schedule this program, call (714) 509-8887. Please leave a message and an educator will return your call.



Emergency Preparedness Checklist

*Please note that any supplies referenced in the following checklists are the responsibility of the Irvine Unified School District, NOT PTA.
Emergency classroom checklist can be found here.
Desired emergency equipment and supplies can be found here.

Community Emergency Response Team

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.

Local Health and Safety Resources

A list of local resources can be found here.