Martinez and Moffatt for School Board

Dear North Kitsap friends,

This Nov. 5 is election day and there are several school board positions open. I would encourage you to join me in supporting Breane Martinez for the school board. Breane has close community ties. She is first and foremost a parent of school age children and in addition just served as president of the Kingston Rotary club. She is a local business owner and physical therapist. Breane served on the North Kitsap School District Strategic Plan core planning team. She will be an outstanding advocate and supporter for our schools and students. Please join me in electing Breane Martinez to the NKSD School Board.  

Please join me in also electing Nancy Moffatt to the North Kitsap School Board. She will bring knowledge, experience and passion to our district. Nancy has a strong background in school finance which will be a great benefit to our district and its students. In addition, she has connections with our community serving as vice president of NK Soroptomists, being a volunteer at Fishline and having served on the NKSD Finance Advisory Committee. Nancy and I share the belief that the most important gift a school district can offer each student is to instill a passion for learning! Nancy Moffatt is my pick for filling the Director District 4 position, which I have held the past 4 years.

Respectfully,

Glen Robbins, NK School Board Director, Dist. 4

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