Evans Named Educator of the Year

Julie Evans Named Educator of the Year by Junior Achievement
Posted on 10/13/2021
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Julie Evans, principal of Brannen Elementary, was named as Educator of the Year by the Board of Junior Achievement of Brazoria County. She was recognized during the Junior Achievement banquet.

Julie Evans is a product of BISD, and has been an educator for the district 35 years. She has served as principal of Brannen Elementary for the past 20 years. 

Brannen is in the top 3% in the state for student academic achievement, earning five Texas Education Agency Distinctions for the last three years. Under Julie’s leadership, Brannen Elementary won the TBEC Just for the Kids Honor Roll in 2002 and 2004, and was the recipient of the Gold Award of Distinction from the US Department of Agriculture. In 2015-16 and 2004-05, Julie was also named Elementary Principal of the Year.  

Junior Achievement (JA) Educator of the Year recognition is awarded annually to an educator who has made a major, positive impact on their students by promoting or supporting Junior Achievement (JA) in their classrooms. According to the JA website, an Educator of the Year should demonstrate attributes such as outstanding overall professionalism, actively participate and assist in JA classroom discussions and preparations for the programs to be taught, and be a role model for others, observing high moral and ethical principles. Julie demonstrates these attributes consistently. 

Congratulations on being named as Educator of the Year Mrs. Evans!

Julie Evans with family Julie Evans

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