New and known faces in Everett School Board race

Two political newcomers, Rodman Reynolds and Ted Wenta, are battling for a seat on the Everett School Board, to fill an opening that occurred when longtime board member Ed Petersen decided against seeking re-election.

The second school board race pits incumbent Carol Andrews against Kim Guymon, who helped form the Everett School Board Project, a watchdog group.

In the race for Position One, Reynolds may be best known to the public for attempting to launch www.rodmanreynolds.com and Rod Reynolds for Everett School Board on Facebook

Ted Wenta

Age: 50

Hometown: Unincorporated Snohomish County

Experience: Vice president of operations for the YMCA of Snohomish County with direct oversight for the Everett Family YMCA and Big Brothers / Big Sisters of Snohomish County

Website: www.wentaforstudentsuccess.com

At-Large Position Two

Carol Andrews

Age: 57

Hometown: Mill Creek

Experience: Elected to Everett Public School Board of Directors in 2007; treasurer since 1999 for Citizen’s Levy and Bond Committee for Everett Public Schools; practicing CPA since 1985; parent volunteer in schools

Website: www.electcarolandrews.com

Kim Guymon

Age: 47

Hometown: Unincorporated Snohomish County

Experience: Founder of the Everett School Board Project, parent volunteer in school

Website: www.KimGuymon.com

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