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Keyes Elementary School

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    End of the Year Awards are coming soon!

    Wednesday, May 23rd

    2nd Grade – 8:30 AM

    3rd Grade – 1: 30 PM 

     

    Thursday, May 24th

    Kindergarten – 8:30 AM

    1st Grade – 1:30 PM

     

    Friday, May 25th

    4th Grade – 8:30 AM

    5th Grade – 1:30 PM

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  •  2018 - 2019 Teacher of the Year!!!DLS

    Keyes Elementary is proud to announce Ingrid Amaya as our 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year! Ms. Amaya is an Irving native who began her teaching career at Keyes in 2014. She first served as a biligual paraprofessional then became a third grade teacher. Ms. Amaya is currently teaching first grade.

     

    Ms. Amaya graduated from the University of North Texas. She went on to complete her student teaching at Townley and Schulze Elementary. Ms. Amaya goes above and beyond to ensure her students are succesful. In her spare time, she likes to garden, go to the movies, and try different restaurants. Her favorite quote is “Live, Love, Laugh.”

     

    Keyes Tigercubs are so proud of you Ms. Amaya!

     

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  • Check out Field Day at Keyes!

    On March 8th, Keyes students, staff, and families enjoyed our Annual Keyes Field Day.  Students got to enjoy a dance party, dunking booth, relay races, and more! A special thank you to Coach Turner, Coach Loya, Keyes parent volunteers, and Irving HS volunteers for making this day extra special. Also, we would like to thank Camp Gladiator and Rita’s Ice for joining us on field day!

     

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Irving ISD Points of Pride

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    Irving ISD and all 33-rated campuses earned the state’s highest accountability rating

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  • Texas Education Agency (TEA) awarded Irving ISD 36 Distinction Designations in 2017 for student performance on STAAR. All 33-

    36 Distinction Designations in 2017

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    95.1% graduation rate for 2016-2017

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    Class of 2017 earned $38.8 million in scholarships and grants

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    2015 AP District of the Year

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    40 dual-credit courses available

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    Students earned 2,200 industry certifications in 2017

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    Lady Bird Johnson Middle School is the nation’s largest net zero middle school

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    Tuition-Based, Full-Day PreK and Free, Half-Day PreK offered

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    New Outdoor Learning Center opened in October 2016

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    1,800 AP exams passed in 2016-2017

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Connect With Us

IISD Announcements

  • Summer School

    Click here for more information about summer school.

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  • PreK Now Registering

    Click here to learn more about our PreK programs and to register for the 2018-2019 school year.

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  • Federal School Report Cards

    Click here to view the federal school report cards.

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  • First Student to Supply Bus Service

    First Student will manage and operate all Irving ISD student transportation services as part of a five-year contract beginning August 1, 2018. Dallas County Schools will continue to provide services to the district through the end of July. Irving ISD students and families can expect bus transportation to continue during the transitionClick here to read more.

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  • Report Bullying Anonymously

    Parents and students, Irving ISD has a new anonymous bullying reporting form. This option will allow you to report any type of bullying - physical, verbal, cyber or online bullying - without disclosing your name or email address.

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