SEA Leadership Candidates invite Teachers to Coffee

Teachers Eric Muhs (Ballard High School) and Jennifer Hall (West Seattle High School), candidates for Seattle Education Association president and vice president, respectively, will hold the first of several citywide coffee conversations this Monday, January 16th. Cafe Apassionato, Fisherman's terminal, 4001 21st Avenue West, Seattle, WA 98199.  9 to 10:30 am.

We are especially interested in meeting other like-minded Seattle Public Schools educators, but are also intent on opening new lines of communication between teachers, parents and other supporters of public education.

Our website:


seattle citizen said…
These SEA candidates seem to be inviting not just teachers, as the title of the thread suggests, but also "parents and other supporters of public education" to their coffee hour tomorrow at Cafe Apassionato, Fisherman's Terminal, 9:00 am.
Anonymous said…
SEA (potential) leadership reaching out to teachers and community in cordial, informal conversation outside the cave of the SEA building?

How novel! How necessary! How refreshing! How hopeful!

"Tired of The Past, and The Present, Too..."
Eric M said…
That's what we're sayin'

Short notice, I know, but stay tuned, we'll be doing more of these.

You can also find us at

Weekly grade-ins
1st Wednesday Westlake Mall food Court, 6-8 pm    1/4, 2/1, 3/7, 4/4, 5/2, 6/6
3rd Wednesday Northgate Mall food court, 6-8 pm   1/18, 2/15, 3/21, 4/25*, 5/16, 6/20
Anonymous said…
Eric and Jennifer,

Thanks for running and putting yourselves out there! You will provide the checks and balances that have been lacking in Seattle for way too long. Please let us know how we can contribute to your campaign.

--enough already
Anonymous said…
Will you be planning coffee hours at any locations in South, Southeast or Southwest Seattle?

-south end parents drink coffee too

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