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Boevers Elementary


We strive to create a community built on success and responsibility.
We will provide a safe place where students can develop through positive interactions with students and teachers.
We strive to help students become problem solvers, goal setters and dream achievers.


Parent involvement is an essential component of student success. Parents are expected to be an integral part of their child’s education.  Our PTA is an active group and supports the staff and students in multiple ways. The commitment and devotion to our community crosses many generations. Current staff members were former Boevers students and several of our parents were former Boevers students. Every day we work together building into the lives of our future.


Boevers Elementary is accredited by the Oklahoma State Department of Education and AdvancED. Its accreditation process, involving parents, teachers and administrators at each site, is considered a model for other school districts. Boevers is a Title I School. 

Our team continues to refine and study our school wide goals in the areas of reading, math, and Character Counts. The desired result of these three goals is to improve teaching practices and student learning in the specified areas. You can also visit the State’s site at

Our teachers continually seek to learn the best instructional practices for all learners. High expectations for every student result in excellent academic achievement.  At Boevers, we believe in celebrating great students who display exceptional character and academic success every day.

History of the School

In the 1975-76 school year, George F. Boevers Elementary opened and was named after a 35-year veteran of the district who taught agriculture and was advisor to several school organizations. 

Principal Staff

Amy SmithAmy Smith was named Boevers Elementary Principal in the summer of 2016.  Smith was previously an Assistant Principal at McAuliffe Elementary and Thomas Jefferson Elementary.  

She also taught grades K-3rd at Rosa Parks Elementary and McAuliffe Elementary. She was named Rosa Parks Teacher of the Year for 2009-2010 and has worked for the district for thirteen years.  

She received her bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from Northeastern State University. She received her master’s degree from Oklahoma State University in Educational Leadership Studies.  

Michelle NaylorMichelle Naylor was named administrative intern for Jarman Elementary School in the spring of 2013, and assistant principal in June of 2014. She moved to Boevers in 2017. She previously served as a long-time teacher for Union for grades 4-6, coming to Jarman from Andersen, where she was named site Teacher of the Year in 2011. She has been with Union since 1981. She worked at Coweta Public Schools from 1977 to 1981.

She received her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Southern Methodist University in Dallas and her master’s degree in education from Northeastern State University. She received principal certification from NSU as well. During her tenure at Union, she has served in a number of leadership capacities for professional development including a building-level trainer and mentor. She has been twice Nationally Board Certified.

Naylor has three children who graduated from Union.  She enjoys reading, gardening, and her grandchildren, in her time away from school.

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District Announcements

National Hispanic Heritage Month

Union Public Schools joins the nation in observing National Hispanic Heritage Month.

Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. Learn more here.

National Hispanic Heritage Month

Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week, which is celebrated annually October 23-31, is the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention awareness program. Union Public Schools will host a myriad of activities during this time to raise awareness as well.

Red Ribbon Week was started after the death of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, who in 1985 was brutally tortured and murdered by drug traffickers he was investigating in Mexico.  As a tribute to SA Camarena, high school friend, Henry Lozano and Congressman Duncan Hunter, created “Camarena Clubs” and the wearing of a red ribbon to show their oppositions to drugs.

Union school sites will host activities ranging from special assemblies, special dress-up days to classroom activities that address the concerns related to illicit drugs.

Red Ribbon Week, which is celebrated annually October 23-31, is the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention awareness program. Union Public Schools will host a myriad of activities during this time to raise awareness as well.

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Contact Information

Union Public Schools
8506 E. 61st Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133
Phone: 918-357-4321