Mukilteo Schools, Dist. 2: Schwab key to students’ interests

I support Judy Schwab’s experience, dedication and commitment to the Mukilteo School District.

Schwab has effectively served our Mukilteo School District community for a number of years. She has dedicated her life to education issues, first as a student, then as a teacher, a parent, a community member, and a school board member. She has been elected to serve six terms on our school board and is running for re-election now. It is again time to vote for her.

We continue to need Judy’s expertise. We need her ability to educate herself about new and ongoing issues and to share her knowledge with others. As a collaborative board member, she is the key to reaching appropriate decisions for our children. She works hard to be sure Mukilteo School District supports all of our students and all of their needs. She is fiscally responsible and protects us as taxpayers as she assesses the district’s financial needs.

Judy listens to our students and their parents. She listens to their teachers and the administration. You’ve probably seen her at a school event, a basketball game, a graduation or a meeting. It is no surprise that the Mukilteo Education Association and the Washington Education Association have endorsed her. Judy is a smart, level-headed person with no other agenda than to focus on our children’s educational needs.

Vote for Judy Schwab, the choice for the Mukilteo School District.

Jenny Heard


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