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Northeast Times | January 31, 2023

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Sean Flynn Named Principal of Lively Elementary School

Sean Flynn Named Principal of Lively Elementary School

Sean Flynn

Sean Flynn

Sean Flynn has been named principal of Lively Elementary School and began working in Irving ISD this week. He most recently served as principal at McNair Elementary School in Denton from 2006 to 2014.

Prior to his position at McNair Elementary School in Denton ISD, Flynn worked as an assistant principal for both Austin and Wilson Elementary Schools in Coppell ISD from 2002 to 2006. He started his work in the education field at Lewisville ISD in 1995 as a physical education teacher at Bridlewood Elementary School before becoming a resource teacher for special education at Old Settlers Elementary School.

“It’s an honor to serve as the new principal at M.C. Lively Elementary in Irving ISD. I am thrilled to be able to work with such an amazing school community and really getting to know our incredible students, their families, and our wonderful staff,” says Flynn. “I look forward to leading in this new position and for Lively Elementary to continue growing our students into lifelong learners who will be positive contributors in our global society.”

With 12 years as a successful school administrator, Flynn is experienced in meeting the needs of a diverse student population by creating a stimulating, positive and collaborative learning environment while obtaining a high level of student achievement.

“The administration is excited to have Mr. Flynn join the Irving ISD team as the new principal of Lively Elementary. Mr. Flynn has served as a highly successful principal for eight years in a neighboring district and we are confident that he has the skills needed to lead Lively Elementary to continued success,” says Associate Superintendent of Academic Services Adam Grinage, Ed.D. “Mr. Flynn’s passion for educating students, coupled with his ability to effectively lead teachers, will result in even greater student achievement at Lively.”

Flynn holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Hawaii and a master’s degree in education administration from University of North Texas.