Letter to the Editor: Jill Brady is tireless in her support of Shoreline Schools

Saturday, November 4, 2017

To the Editor:

As a teacher in the Shoreline School District, I am acutely aware of how important it is to have an effective, impartial and innovative School Board. I have weathered the many storms that Shoreline Schools has survived, and we are now in a position of growth, academic leadership and fiscal stability. Jill Brady is the best candidate to step into that position and carry on the good work that is currently taking place.

I have known Jill the majority of my kids’ sixteen years in the Shoreline School District. I met and worked with her through PTA committees and leadership roles. As time marched on and I “got busier” as so many parents tend to do when they have spent their initial years knee-deep in their children’s schools, Jill got more involved. I’d notice her name on the levy/bond committees, district committees and get the personal invite to the Shoreline Foundation Public Schools Foundation spring fundraiser from the co-president herself. After knowing and working with Jill for the past decade plus, the word that comes to mind is tireless.

As I look toward my future years of teaching for the Shoreline Schools, I have some expectations of a school board member who has years of first-hand experience. The school in which I am privileged to work will be one of the four new buildings in Shoreline. It houses one of the most inclusive and progressive special education programs in the district and perseveres to keep family engagement its highest community priority - all things that Jill Brady supports.

This Tuesday, November 7, I emphatically encourage you to vote Jill Brady for Shoreline School Board, Position 2.

Stephanie Wiper
Lake Forest Park


Anonymous,  November 5, 2017 at 7:44 AM  

Perhaps tireless, but will she ask the hard questions that need to be asked?

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