The Irvine Public School Foundation's ACE program is a high-quality district-wide initiative that provides students in elementary and middle school with the opportunity to take part in both fun and educational classes while still attending their own school. The IPSF has partnered with the Angels Baseball Foundation to organize the seventh annual Aces &, and is proud to support mental health initiatives across the Irvine Unified School District. Every year, the IPSF donates millions of dollars to the IUSD to fund STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) education, small group learning, extracurricular and summer programs, grants for innovation in the classroom, and mental health initiatives, sports coaches and nurses for schoolchildren. Matthew Chang's enthusiasm for climate change has made him a respected leader at his school and in the Irvine community.
On October 22nd, the IPSF joined forces with Irvine Youth Sports to host the 37th edition. The schools in Irvine offer many amazing opportunities that allow students to discover their passion and purpose. Established in 1996 by concerned parents and community leaders, the IPSF sponsors after-school and summer enrichment programs, as well as providing financial assistance to the school district to ensure educational excellence. The IPSF works hard to achieve its vision of providing first-rate education for all children and making sure that public schools have the resources they need to nurture and develop their students' potential. Every year, the IPSF awards scholarships to students who demonstrate leadership qualities.
On October 16th, they partnered with SOCAL-Elite Sports to host the 36th annual edition. The IPSF also serves as a resource for other communities and school districts in support of educational excellence. The IPSF provides an incredible opportunity for students in Irvine to unlock their potential and get involved in their community. Through its ACE program, students can take part in fun and educational classes while still attending their own school. The IPSF also offers scholarships for those who demonstrate leadership qualities.
Additionally, they provide financial assistance to the IUSD to fund STEAM education, small group learning, extracurricular activities, summer programs, grants for innovation in the classroom, mental health initiatives, sports coaches and nurses for schoolchildren. The IPSF is a great way for students in Irvine to get involved with their community and make a difference. With its ACE program and scholarships, students can explore their passions while still attending their own school. The IPSF also provides financial assistance to the IUSD so that all children can receive a first-rate education.