Good Elementary School was represented at Saturday morning’s iRun by Mrs. Torok, Coach Martinez, Mrs. Morgan and Little Mayla Martinez. The event encourages all Irving ISD students, employees and families to get moving.
I make several decisions each and every day to perform the duties of my job. By far this was one of the most challenging decisions I’ve made so far. EVERYONE has treated me with kindness since we met and I am so grateful to work with so many wonderful people.
But I had to choose one lucky recipient to pass on this “Kindness Wreath” and I have chosen Mrs. Flores. Mrs. Flores is always friendly and helpful and gives me a reason to smile every day. I am so happy that I get to pass the wreath on to her. Thank you, Mrs. Flores, for making me feel so welcome here at John R Good ES. - Mrs. Bierschwale
Once again, Good Elementary School received a generous gift from NCH Corporation. Principal Dr. Jill Tokumoto (center) and staff welcomed NCH representatives (from left) Mike McCall, Jennifer Owens, Jerry Angelilli and Roy Williams last week to accept gifts totaling $44,336. The money was raised through employee giving and the company’s annual Golf for Good tournament. NCH has partnered with Good for the past five years, providing support and volunteers for school events, mentoring opportunities and fundraising efforts.
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.
$22.5 million in scholarships were award to students in 2015. 137 scholars were awarded scholarships through The Irving Schools Foundation.
Schools will be closed November 20-24, and the district's Administration Building will be closed November 22-24. All schools and offices will reopen November 27.
Current Irving ISD Bus Schedules to Continue
On November 7, 2017; Dallas County residents voted on several propositions including “Proposition A” which pertains to the transportation services Dallas County Schools provides to Irving ISD and several other metro districts. Preliminary election results show the majority of residents voted to abolish Dallas County Schools. Irving ISD students and families can expect bus transportation to continue despite the election results. Click here to read a statement from Irving ISD.
#MyIrvingISD Lends a Helping Hand
Irving ISD is committed to serving any students affected by the devastation of Hurricane Harvey. If you have been displaced and need to enroll in Irving ISD please call our Program for Assisting Students in School (P.A.S.S.) at 972-600-6113.