Hello! My name is Julee Evans and I am excited to start my sixth year at Buckner Fanning School at Mission Springs (BFSMS) where I will be able to share in a love for God and help students become the best they can be; both educationally and spiritually.
Here is a little bit about me: I am married and have two children. My daughter is a Baylor graduate and my son attends UTSA. My husband works as IT Tech support. I taught in the North East School District for more than 29 years in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades. I was honored by receiving Campus Teacher of the Year twice. I grew up in Honolulu, Hawaii where I attended Punahou School from Kindergarten through 12th grade. I attended Texas Christian University and then transferred to Washington State University to finish out my degree in elementary education. After graduating, I moved to San Antonio and started working for North East ISD. I attended Southwest Texas State University where I received a Master's Degree in elementary education.
Here is something I remember about school when I was growing up in Hawaii: Our school dress code did not require students to wear shoes until 7th grade. Very few elementary school students (including me) actually wore shoes to school. We even participated in PE barefoot! Back then, I could walk on hot sidewalks and sharp rocks with no problems! Also, every Friday was "Aloha Friday" and everyone showed their spirit by wearing Hawaiian print shirts or dresses. I love to show school spirit at Buckner Fanning School at Mission Springs!