Attention: School Board Candidates

I see that some candidates are planning meet-and-greet events around the city to meet parents and community.  I applaud this because there are so few school board candidate forums usually and it's a fine way to get out there and answer questions.

If you are a candidate having such an event, please send it to me at and I will throw it up on this thread or on Open Thread days.

Please note, I cannot put up resumes/statements so please don't ask or post.

Readers; I am down to the last of my interviews with mayoral candidates (7 out of 8) and finished with District IV candidates.  That thread will come this weekend.  Almost done with District V and working on District VII.


joanna said…
This message was sent to all five of the Director District 5 Candidates: Squire Park Community Council will hold a Director 5 school board candidate forum during our community meeting, 10:00 AM to noon at Centerstone, 722 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122. Details of the forum, including the agenda of the meeting and format of the forum, will follow. Our annual BBQ will follow the meeting and all are invited to attend and mingle with the crowd.
Squire Park is a district in the city of Seattle, in the US state of Washington. Squire Park is bounded on the south by S. Jackson Street, on the west by 12th Avenue and 12th Avenue S., on the north by E. Union Street, and on the east by 23rd Avenue and 23rd Ave S., placing it within what are commonly thought of as First Hill and the Central Area. Its main thoroughfares are E. Jefferson and Cherry Streets and E. Yesler Way (east- and west-bound) and 14th Avenue (north- and south-bound). Swedish Medical Center’s Cherry Hill campus is located here. As a part of Seattle’s Central Area, Squire Park is among the oldest residential areas in the city. This long and rich history has led to a diverse community, influenced both by the Capitol Hill and International District neighborhoods to the north and south, yet still strongly interwoven into the fabric of the Central Area. With this diversity, along with relatively affordable housing and easy access to downtown Seattle, Squire Park remains one of Seattle’s most significant residential neighborhoods.
spsrent said…
What day is that Joanna

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