Important Dates to Note:

ACE Classes: Registration Open

Register for Afterschool Classes!
Looking for activities to keep your child engaged and learning while having fun after the school day? The next session of IPSF’s ACE program is coming soon to Springbrook, offering our students hands-on opportunities to explore interests and discover new passions. 

Registration Dates: Sept. 21 – Oct. 9

Session Dates: Oct. 17 – Dec. 8

September 17 -23
City of Irvine PTA Membership week:  Sept 17-23!"
Click to join our PTA!!!!  Your participation helps keep our school running!

Thursday, September 21: 
PTA Upper Grade (4th - 6th) Social! 
5:00 - 6:00pm, Music Building

Friday, September 29: 
1st Friday Flag
8:20am @ Lunch Tables
Parents, please feel free to cross the "red line" after 8:15am (once students go to class) to join us for "Friday Flag".  Students/staff sit down in the lunch table area.  Parents who attend will stand along the outer perimeter of the lunch area.

Friday, September 29: 
PTA Meeting
Join us immediately after the Friday Flag ceremony for our first PTA General Meeting of the year.

Monday, October 16: 
No School
District-wide Staff Development Day


School Site Council
Thank you to the following parents who will be serving on the School Site Council this year: Bill Murphy, Boris Berezovsky, Ira Sadis, Imithri Bodhinayake, Josie Meister, Mary Salinas, and Nora Zuniga. Our first meeting is on Tuesday, September 19th and the agenda can be found by clicking here.

Volunteering At Springbrook
We are also seeking volunteers who can assist at recess and lunch to help operate our "Seal Store", where students will have the opportunity to exchange their Seal Tickets for items of their choice.  We are hoping to find parents who can commit to the store on certain days of the week on a fairly regular basis.  Parents/Grandparents/Guardians can sign up any day of the week that works for them.  Please click here to get on the schedule and support the Seal Store!
Note: Parent volunteers in/for the classroom will vary based on teacher needs.  Your child's teacher will reach out when volunteers are needed. 

IUSD Family Resources
We'd like to remind all families that IUSD offers a number of resources to parents, students, and families including: parent education, mental health resources, community resources/support, counseling support, crisis support... all available by clicking here.

Tournament of Champions - Mark Your Calendars
Tournament of Champions
Springbrook doesn't have team sports in school but we do have the Tournament of Champions! It is a beautiful display of community partners coming together to help build team spirit and support the Irvine Public Schools Foundation including sports organizations SoCal Elite, Liverpool FC IA SoCal, and ML Flag.  
The OC Youth Sports *Tournament of Champions is a school-based series of tournaments that raises funds to support the Irvine Public Schools Foundation (IPSF) and Tustin Public Schools Foundation (TPSF). Sports include soccer, flag football, basketball, and volleyball. Over the course of the year, schools are awarded points based on their performance in each tournament. At the end of the year the school with the most points will be presented with the Champions Cup to display at their school. If you have specific questions about coaching or volunteering, please contact our Springbrook Coordinator, Emily Bretan at

It’s Reflections time again! Reflections is a city, state and nationwide art competition for the whole of Springbrook Elementary to participate in.
My name is Steve Kemp and I am the new Unit Chair of the Reflections project for Springbrook. I would love as many kids as possible to get involved in this project and to submit their art creations. I believe that encouraging your kids to use their own creativity is an immensely rewarding undertaking and studies have proven that artistic endeavors can help students excel in all academic subjects. I am asking for your help to encourage your kids to come up with ideas and produce works for submission for this worthwhile project.

The rules for entries in the various categories stated above and other information on Reflections can be found on the Springbrook PTA’s website here.


Do you live in another neighborhood, but want to attend Springbrook School?! Complete This Form to Join the Seal Family!

Before and After-School Expectations

Per IUSD Board Policy 5142: The school day for the student is defined as from 15 minutes prior to the student’s first class until 10 minutes after the conclusion of the student’s last class. Parents/guardians are not to deliver their student to school prior to 15 minutes before the start of school or leave them at school longer than 10 minutes after the end of the school day. Students who are still on campus after 10 minutes will be asked to wait in the front office and parents will be contacted.

We understand that our community enjoys accessing Springbrook’s playground, blacktop, and field. Please respect these guidelines: 

  • Students in grades PreK-3 may NOT play on school property between primary-grade dismissal and upper-grade dismissal.
  • After dismissal, all students are expected to leave campus and go home. We ask that students/families completely vacate school property after school dismissal. This is to ensure students are reporting directly to parents/guardians and that Catalyst Kids, the on-site childcare program, has time to set up for their program’s activities.
    • The playground, blacktop and fields are designated for Springbrook students throughout the school day and for Catalyst Kid’s childcare program until closing


School Boundaries & School Drop-Off and Pick-Up Reminders

Please click here to review this important information!

To review a copy of Springbrook’s complete informational brochure, please click here.

School Lunches

The Nutrition Services Department is excited to share that the State of California has committed to continue serving free meals to all students on campus this upcoming school year. This commitment continues the program initiated by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), which provided free meals to all students during the pandemic. Therefore, ALL students will receive free meals throughout the 2023-24 school year.

Please note that Nutrition Services will continue to charge students full-price for an additional second meal or for a la carte items. Check your student’s school schedule for serving times. Breakfast is served during morning recess at elementary schools.

For more information please click here

Free OCTA Youth Bus Passes

The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) Youth Ride Free Program has been extended to September 30, 2023. A new pass is required along with a new parental request form. Using the new pass, Orange County youth ages 6 to 18 can ride all OC Bus fixed-route service for free. For information regarding the program visit: To participate in the program complete a new Parental Request Form, available using the links below. Printed fo

rms are also available in the Front Office.  Return the completed and signed form to the Front Office to be issued Youth Bus Pass.

 Forms are available in a variety of languages:

 OC Bus Ride Guide – How to Ride:


Dogs are not allowed on campus. For a variety of health reasons, they are not allowed on public school campuses, and this includes our field area. Animal Control Services through Irvine Police Department may be called and you may be cited if your pet dog is with you on campus. 

Springbrook families, please check out our new PTA website for up-to-date information on news and events happening at Springbrook. Please also follow the PTA on Instagram and Facebook



General Info:

Check our website for the springbrook school calendar, Bell schedule, school supply lists and more.