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Enumclaw School District No. 216

Director District No. 3

Tyson Gamblin

Tyson Gamblin



(253) 261-6966

Education: Byron Kibler, JJ Smith, EJH, Enumclaw High School and Bachelor's from Central Washington University
Occupation: Art Gamblin Motors

Vote for proven leadership and dedication. I have proudly served on the Enumclaw School Board for the past seven years. As a lifelong resident and parent of three children attending our schools, I believe in our efforts to effect positive change in our community and schools.

Together, we've achieved academic growth and progress, but there's more to be done. I'm committed to providing all students with a safe and impactful learning experience tailored to their unique needs and goals.

I'm excited about recent developments, such as the implementation of a new Math curriculum for our elementary schools and the expansion of Career Technical Education courses. These initiatives connect students with high-demand career pathways and equip them with real-world skills for success. With your support, I'll continue advocating for quality education and empowering every student to thrive. Let's keep working together for a brighter future in Enumclaw's schools!

Vivian Tillman-Cadematori

Vivian Tillman-Cadematori



(253) 329-4982

Education: BA Rice University; ECE Director Certificate Highline Community College
Occupation: Retired. Former Preschool Owner/Director. Former Co-Owner Alta Crystal Resort

Many in our community have expressed concerns about the Enumclaw School District’s direction.  As a former preschool owner/director and business manager, I know we can do better.  Here are changes the School Board must make.


Parents must be acknowledged as the primary stakeholders in their children’s education and care, with full transparency from the School District and ample opportunities for parent input. Education must be the School District’s primary focus.  Curriculum and policies must enable our students to achieve core competencies and the critical thinking skills they need to succeed.   Teachers deserve a Board that supports them as they strive for student excellence. ESD must manage its $76 million budget responsibly.  More money is not always the answer, and the community wants ESD to clearly delineate needs versus wants.


Children are our most precious resource and our future.  Let’s make a difference for their benefit.  Thank you for your vote.  

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