Continue Lake Stevens Schools’ excellence by supporting levies

I have been a teacher in the Lake Stevens School District for the past 28 years. I am so proud of being part of a district that has been consistently excellent over my tenure with tremendous leadership, strong fiscal responsibility and high academic achievement.

On Feb. 8 the Lake Stevens community will have the opportunity to support the continuance of excellence by voting “yes” for both our replacement Educational Programs and Operations levy and our replacement Technology levy. It has been an absolute joy working with the children of Lake Stevens all these years and with such supportive families and an amazing community. I am asking you to please vote “yes” to support our schools and give the Lake Stevens School District the resources it needs to maintain it’s wonderful work.

Bill Kusler

Snohomish

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