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Federal Way School District No. 210

Director District No. 4

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Jenny Gallagher

35625 42ND PL S

AUBURN, WA 98001

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I decided to run for this position because our schools are in dire need of change.  All one must do is look at the numbers to see how far behind we are in the state rankings. I have 3 boys, one graduated from Todd Beamer and my twins went through middle school here. I witnessed first hand working in our middle school the bullying, violence, and lack of structure we have. In one word I saw chaos. It was so bad I removed my kids from the district entirely and moved them to a neighboring one.

I shouldn’t have to do this. It’s unacceptable. My kids deserved better and your children, all children, do as well. We need for our wonderful teachers to be supported. I saw in person they are not.

Please research how we are doing in our district and choose someone who wants change.

Jim Storvick

Jim Storvick

3219 S 366TH ST

AUBURN, WA 98001

(253) 350-6743

Education: Bachelor's in Biology, Western Washington University after military service
Occupation: Commercial Banking - Management Career

We deserve a Board of Education with leaders that are transparent and accountable to the community, serving as an open and constructive voice of the community in our schools. We deserve leaders on the Board working wth all stakeholders in the community, and has experience working with complex organizations for results. I am that leader.


My family has lived here for decades, my wife and I have raised our children here as they moved through our schools and on to local colleges (UW and Highline). My wife is a local teacher. Both of us have had a wide range of community engagement. My experience includes: FWPS Business Advisory Board, founding committee member of Advancing Leadership, FW Schools Board Member and President (1997-2001) ... and numerous other community activities.


I believe in the "3 R's:" Respect ... for every student's right to a quality education; Responsibility ... for fiscal and personal accountability and high ethical standards; Results ... for students, educators, and the community.


I will work for safe, healthy, and productive schools, build support for education, strengthen community ties. and create business and civic partnerships. Respect, Responsibility, Results ... Vote Jim Storvick for Federal Way School Board, Director District #4.

Trudy Davis

Trudy Davis

TJ Davis for Schools, P. O. Box 52

MILTON, WA 98354

(206) 271-5671

Education: Howard University, PIMA Medical Institute
Occupation: Self Employed

 I'm a 25 year resident of Federal Way, I have been an active volunteer in the community and in it's schools.  I previously served in the US Army, had careers in banking, mortgage lending, and real estate.

I was appointed to the Federal Way Public School Board in October 2018, elected in 2019, and currently serving as Director of District #4 and Board Vice President. Volunteering in the schools gave me the opportunity to meet parents, school administrators, and students.  I keep my ear to the pavement, listening to our families, students, and stakeholders.

I do not come to the table with a personal agenda.  My only purpose is to ensure that every student in the FWPS District continue to receive the absolute best education possible. I will continue to advocate for equity, inclusion, expanded opportunities in AP, CTE, and other courses to allow students more pathways to success.  It's been my privilege to be a part of the continued growth and success of the FWPS District.  With your vote I can advocate for you keeping the district accountable and staying on it's path of doing what's right for it's students.

Janis Clark

Janis Clark

PO BOX 3092


(253) 330-6489

Education: Washington Military Academy (OCS); MS, Human Resources; BA, Business Management; AAS; High School Diploma.
Occupation: Founder and President, Safe Homes, a 501c3, non-profit

“The extent and duration of COVID-19 outbreak remains unknown and the impacts on our communities, schools and our economy are still in flux.”It has brought social and racial injustice and inequity to the forefront of education. It has hindered educational opportunities for some of the most vulnerable students. Some students may have found great success in virtual classrooms, while others found freedom from racism, bullying, and harassment while learning at home. Whether our children are in a hybrid or 100% remote school settings; they deserve a quality education. 


As the Founder and unpaid Executive Director of Safe Homes, I have served the social-emotional, and informal educational needs of our communities’ children for over 25 years. My knowledge and experience will help me to provide leadership and build a vision all can share in.As a former Senior HR Manager, I have established performance criteria and developed policies and procedures concerning hiring,contracting, terminating, and evaluating staff; both classified and certificated. I was responsible for ensuring the five Collective Bargaining Agreements was negotiated in good faith.


The board must be responsive and listen to all constituents. I ask for your vote. It is a time for change.


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