Edmonds School Board Director candidate District 5: Diana White

As part of our continuing Election 2011 coverage, My Edmonds News presents statements submitted by candidates for the Edmonds School Board, District 5. As a mother to four children in three schools, my volunteering has reached far and wide throughout the district and community. Two years ago, I began a popular after-school math tutoring program…

Edmonds School Board Director candidate District 5: Linda Hood

As part of our continuing Election 2011 coverage, My Edmonds News presents statements submitted by candidates for the Edmonds School Board, District 5. Linda Hood is currently a consultant serving small businesses and government agencies on the West Coast, and has one child who will be entering Edmonds-Woodway High School in September. She served on…

Meet the Edmonds School Board: Susan Paine

By Florine Gingerich After only a few minutes talking with Susan Paine, current president of the Edmonds School Board, it’s evident that the job is in good hands. For one thing, she clearly believes in the Edmonds School District and its ability to educate kids well. In fact, she says she moved to Edmonds in…

Community invited to Edmonds school levy meeting Wednesday

The Edmonds School District is hosting a community meeting Wednesday night to provide information about the supplemental levy scheduled to appear on the Aug. 17 primary election ballot. The meeting will start at 7 p.m. in the Edmonds-Woodway High Library. The Edmonds School Board voted last week to run the supplemental levy, which would raise…

Plunkett, Peterson, Fraley-Monillas leading in council races

Edmonds voters are returning two incumbents — real estate agent Michael Plunkett and cheese shop owner Strom Peterson — to the City Council, while newcomer Adrienne Fraley-Monillas is leading former councilmember Lora Petso for Council Position 3. With ballots from an estimated 56 percent of expected Edmonds voters counted last night, Plunkett had a substantial…