Letter to the Editor: Jill Brady is well prepared to serve Shoreline Schools

Friday, November 3, 2017

To the Editor,

As a former member of the Shoreline School Board, I am proud to endorse Jill Brady for for School Board, Position #2

Jill is a longtime education advocate, proven leader and parent. She has volunteered for years in our classrooms, helping children and teachers, as well as leading organizations dedicated to Shoreline Schools.

This is our opportunity to elect an EXCELLENT candidate for the Shoreline School Board.

I know Jill through her involvement in our schools. As a longtime resident with two children, Jill Brady has 14 years of dedication to our school community. She is well known for her integrity, deep knowledge and teamwork. Jill served six years as Trustee and Co-President of the Shoreline Public Schools Foundation, participated on multiple District committees, and has actively worked on four successful bond/levy campaigns, giving her valuable insight into school funding.

Jill has also been an effective PTA officer and leader throughout elementary, middle and high school. She has seen first-hand the importance of strong community engagement and understands how it contributes to quality schools. As an engaged parent who has experienced all three levels, she has a deep understanding of how our schools and curriculum impact students, and it is this first-hand knowledge and connection to our students, teachers and schools that sets her apart.

Jill has gained insight to the strengths and challenges in every aspect of our Shoreline School District. This is a job where experience matters. Jill is well prepared for the responsibilities of a School Board Director and is ready to hit the ground running. In addition, her UW Business degree and organizational management will serve her well.

Jill Brady will make informed decisions to keep our District growing and focused on excellence for all kids.

Please join me in voting for Jill.

Patti Giboney
Lake Forest Park


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