Joe Estrada, Principal
This year will mark my 17th year in education. I began my career in Houston ISD as a special education resource teacher. I also worked 10 years in Dallas ISD where I served as a sixth-grade math teacher, assistant principal, principal, and as a coordinator in the Office of School Leadership. Most recently, I served as the principal at Farine Elementary here in Irving ISD for more than 3 years.
I earned my bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston, and my master’s degree from the University of Texas at Arlington. I am also a product of Irving ISD so it is truly an honor to serve in the same community that I grew up in. I was a Townley Torchlighter, Bowie Cub, and a Nimitz Viking.
I am excited about the opportunity to join the team here at Keyes Elementary. I’m looking forward to partnering with the staff and community to grow every one of our Tiger Cubs. This is a great school that serves a great community, and we are going to continue doing amazing things at Keyes.
Shauna Villarreal, Assistant Principal
My teaching career began in 2004, in Duncanville ISD, I served as a second grade teacher for two years while working on my Master’s degree. After that, I taught first and third grade in Grand Prairie ISD for 6 years. In 2012, I was fortunate to begin serving the students and families of Irving ISD. While in Irving I have held many positions. I have taught third grade, served as a math interventionist, special education teacher, an Academic Specialist and my most recent role has been the Assistant Principal here at Keyes Elementary.
I am honored and proud to serve my fourth year as Assistant Principal of Keyes. I look forward to continuing to work with the students and families to help ensure all students reach their maximum potential.
When I am not here at Keyes, I am often kept busy with my two children. I have a daughter who is in the 8th grade and keeps me busy running her to cheer, volleyball, basketball and competitive soccer games. I also have a son who is in his second year at Texas Tech. Wreck ‘Em Tech!