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  • The Texas School Guide 2016 School Rankings have now been released.

    J.O. Davis Elementary School was rated a ranking of A!


    Children at Risk (CAR) publishes an annual report on school rankings that is intended to serve as a guide for parents, educators and community members on the performance of local schools. Schools are measured in 4 areas:


    • Student Achievement Index – Performance on STAAR Reading and Math tests
    • Campus Performance Index – An adjustment of achievement indicators to eliminate bias toward campuses with low percentages of economically disadvantaged students
    • Growth Index – The improvement over time on standardized test scores in Reading, English, and Math
    • College Readiness Index - graduation rates, SAT/ACT participation rate and scores, and
    • AP/IB participation rate and scores


    Once measurements have been completed, the school receives a letter grade in which the school rank reflects where the campus falls within the north Texas area or the state, respectively, in comparison to other elementary, middle or high school campuses rated by CAR. The CAR letter grades are based on the relative position of the school within the ranking system. Overall, 22 of 32 Irving ISD campuses rated improved in the letter grade in 2016. J. O. Davis Elementary received an “A” ranking.


    Way to go, Team Davis!

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Irving ISD Points of Pride

  • icon Irving ISD was named the 2015 National Advanced Placement (AP) District of the Year for expanding student access to AP courses and improving AP Exam performance.


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  • icon In 2015, Irving ISD high school students earned more than 2,220 career certifications through the district’s signature studies program and campus2career initiative.

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    More than 2,000 mentors volunteer in the district. Half joined in the fall of 2014 through the Triple M program which focuses on modern, meaningful mentoring.

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  • icon $22.5 million in scholarships were award to students in 2015. 137 scholars were awarded scholarships through The Irving Schools Foundation.

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  • icon IISD Partners in Education program has more than 200 active alliances with businesses and other organizations and more than 1,500 volunteers.

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  • icon Irving ISD is home to the largest Net-zero middle school, Lady Bird Johnson Middle School, in the nation.

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