At the June 19 Joshua ISD Board of Trustees meeting, members of the JISD family were recognized for their recent accomplishments.
The Board recognized the Joshua High School Golf program for their successful year. The girls team finished in the top three of all but two tournaments they played in this year. Freshman Kaylee Yaun had eight top three finishes with six individual titles. The team finished second at district, qualifying the entire team to the regional tournament, where they finished fifth overall. Kaylee tied for third, advancing her to the State Championship, where she tied for 12th. Team members are: Hayleigh Molina, Grace Pflueger, Lexee Wade, Avery Williams and Kaylee Yuan. On the JHS boys’ team, senior Tyler Gray was also a regional qualifier. Gray had a great season, with five top four finishes and three individual titles. He also recorded a hole-in-one this season during a tournament.
The Board recognized Sonja Epps, the First Student Transportation manager and her bus drivers for their safety rankings. Joshua ISD tops the list in bus driver safety out of 400-plus First Student transportation locations! JISD drivers have the highest safety percentage based on the driving metrics used by First Student. Every week, each JISD bus driver scores a 4.8 or higher on a 1 to 5 scale (5 being the best). Over half of the drivers are ranked a 5-star each week!
Drivers recognized were: Michael Stockton, Judy Corn, Tiffani Boyce, John Garcia, Regina Cunningham-Gray, Paula Dunn, Cheri Coe, James Capon, Earl Moore, Jamie Lance, Elizabeth Scott, Todd Pierce, Kelly Hatch, Jeani Schulz and Donna Edge.