A vote for Amy Cast | Letter

  • Friday, October 6, 2017 1:30am
  • Opinion

I would like to strongly support Amy Cast as a candidate for the Northshore School Board. I have known Amy personally and professionally for over 10 years and in that time, I have found her to be a principled and passionate supporter of school excellence in Northshore. She is diligent in listening to her constituents and works hard to ensure each and every child gets a good education. Amy is willing to take a stand for what is right and she has represented the Northshore School Board in the past with integrity and action orientation. Our school district is fortunate to have such a strong candidate up for consideration. Amy Cast will represent this school district well and ensure that the Northshore legacy of quality continues for many years to come.

Kelli Hildebrand

Redmond

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