Principal Bianca Johnson has served the students of Irving ISD for 14 years, including one year as Administrative Liaison at Travis Middle School.
“I am thrilled by the opportunity to return to Bobcat Country and lead the Bobcats to new heights,” says Johnson. “I am committed to fostering excellence, igniting passion and unlocking every student's potential.”
Johnson most recently served as Principal of Crockett Middle School, where she was Assistant Principal from 2015 to 2019. Johnson was also a district curriculum and assessment writer and 8th Grade Mathematics and Algebra I Teacher.
She earned a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Texas at Arlington and a master’s degree in Industrial Distribution from Texas A&M University.
David Molina, Assistant Principal
David Molina grew up in the Rio Grande Valley. His educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Texas at Arlington and a Master’s degree in Educational Administration from the same university. He taught high school math before becoming an administrator.
Mr. Molina has worked as an administrator in Irving ISD and Crowley ISD. He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to Travis Middle School. He looks forward to working together with our community to foster academic, social, and emotional growth for our students. He truly believes with our combined efforts; we can positively impact every student’s educational journey.
Outside of school, Mr. Molina enjoys spending time with his wife and kids and going to his son’s baseball games.
Kyle Noda, Assistant Principal
Kyle Noda grew up in Carrollton, Texas. After high school he continued his education at the University of North Texas and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Financial Services. He worked in the finance industry before joining the education field as a middle school math teacher. During his time in the classroom, he earned the opportunity to get a Master’s degree from Texas Tech University in Educational Leadership.
Mr. Noda has been able to push for student success while working in GPISD and now in joining Irving ISD. He looks forward to making connections with the students, parents, and community to help push for student success as well as community involvement.
When he is not at school, Mr. Noda enjoys spending time with his 2 children who go to school in IISD as well as watching the Dallas Cowboys and Mavericks!
Kassie Price, Assistant Principal
Kassie Price grew up in Irving and attended school at Elliott and Lamar, before graduating from Nimitz High School. She earned her Bachelors of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of Texas at Arlington.
While teaching, she earned her Masters Degree from the University of Texas at Arlington in Curriculum and Instruction and later her Principal Certification from Lamar University.
This year marks Mrs. Price’s nineteenth year with Irving ISD. She has served as an inclusion aide, classroom teacher, Instructional Technology Specialist, Dean of Students, the Administrative Liaison, and is currently the Assistant Principal.
Mrs. Price strives to positively impact student learning by connecting students, parents, and teachers.