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Federal Way School District No. 210

Director District No. 2

Jennifer Jones

Jennifer Jones

PO BOX 1404

KENT, WA 98035

Education: PhD Geography, UC Berkeley; MA Public Policy, University of Chicago; BA Political Science, Carleton College
Occupation: Professor of Geography and Global Studies, Highline College

I am asking for your vote for re-election to the Federal Way School Board. As a School Board member for the past four years, I have worked hard to make sure the district provides a safe, quality education for all.


In my 25 years at Highline College, I have taught thousands of college students, and I know that the school district needs to prepare our students for their next steps, whether college or careers.  I want all families—including those new to the US-- to feel welcome at FWPS. And I want every young person in our district to graduate with the knowledge and life skills to succeed in the 21st century economy.


As a School Board member, I will to continue to help our schools be a stable foundation for the future of our students and their families.  That is why I am running for re-election to the Federal Way School Board. I ask for your support.


Endorsed by Federal Way Education Association, MLK Labor Council, Sen. Claire Wilson, Rep. Kristine Reeves, Rep. Jamila Taylor, State Treasurer Mike Pellicciotti, 30th and 33rd District Democrats, National Women’s Political Caucus


Daniel Kukhar

Daniel Kukhar

28210 46TH AVE S

AUBURN, WA 98001

(253) 632-8131

Education: Valhalla, Totem, Thomas Jefferson, Highland, Lake Washington Institute of Technology
Occupation: Manager; Kukhar's Build Inc

When I was 3, my parents brought me to the United States as refugees. We moved to Washington and became Americans. As the most diverse nation, and the second most divse school district in the state we have a lot of challenges. Schools all over the nation are lower their standards, in certain areas private schools are doing better than public schools, and we need to fix that here. 


Virtue seems to be long gone, and it needs to be brought back. The Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights, and our Constitution are rarely taught  in school as I don't remember a time that I was taught it in school. As someone who has lived here most of my life, I want the best for my community, I want safe schools and safe homes. Places where everyone can come together and challange each others thoughts. 

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