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Letters| Secretaries say Busby for school board

The Snoqualmie Valley Administrative Secretary Association endorses Marci Busby for Snoqualmie Valley School District school board.

As a group, we have worked for many years in the front offices of our district, elementary, middle and high schools. Serving our communities’ children has been both a joy and a privilege. We are dedicated to their safety, well-being and academic achievement, and take pride in the quality of education our schools provide them.

For these reasons, we care deeply about who oversees the schools in our district and we support Marci Busby as she seeks re-election.

Marci Busby represents the values we need most, integrity, experience, and a willingness to listen to staff and community on all issues. She values teachers and has a long track record in supporting them.

Marci understands the urgent priority to build a sixth elementary school within our boundaries. We salute her belief in the Freshman Campus and willingness to see the concept through to fruition. Marci has a solid plan to manage future growth in our district and a realistic bond and levy approach for taxpayers.

In short, Marci listens to our staff and community and does not promote her own personal agenda. We need her gentle voice and dedication to our children on our school board.

Karen Seiser and Tina Longwell, Co-Presidents

Snoqualmie Valley Administrative Secretaries Association, North Bend

 

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