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Northshore School District No. 417

Director District No. 4

Katya Bautista

Katya Bautista

3927 243RD PL SE UNIT I101


(425) 908-0326

Education: Belarusian National Technical University, Master's Degree, Industrial Heat-Power Engineering
Occupation: Current: Energy Consultant, BEE Consulting; Prior: Design Engineer, NAFTAN

Northshore was a great district with stated aspirations to become amazing. Sadly, graduation rates have declined, and mental health has plummeted. Diversity has driven division and we have been plagued by inaction, lack of transparency, and a frustrated community. With a true diverse background, obsession with academic excellence, and educating the whole child, I’m committed to changing this.

I was raised in Belarus, Europe, graduated top of class, becoming the first engineer in my family to earn a masters’. I've benefited from a high-quality and diverse education. Diverse experiences, expectations and ideas from different professions and countries. My bilingual child is entering our district and I’m committed to providing all students with a diverse and high-quality education.

Before moving to America, I belonged to a union. If it works for the people, unions serve their purpose. Balance is imperative. Having experienced both, I’m committed to restoring balance. National pride must also be restored in our youth. Growing up in a country where that was void, I always saw America as a great nation. We must foster this in our public education again.

Family and education shape worldviews. Let's restore our public education, starting with Northshore. Expand Horizons with Katya.

Sandy R. Hayes

Sandy R. Hayes

13147 NE 145TH PL


(425) 892-4080

Education: Bachelor of Arts, University of Washington, 1991, Juris Doctor, University of Washington, 1994
Occupation: I have a restorative justice practice.

The last year and a half have been so heart-breaking with Covid-19 causing loss of life and jobs, and damaging mental health and relationships.  We have much work to do to repair and heal.  Our public schools have a prominent role to play in that and we have learned that education can change and innovate.  Now more than ever we need sound leadership on the School Board, to rethink the how, what and most especially the why of public education.  The world was changing before the pandemic and that change has only accelerated.  With your continued support, I will bring the voices of parents, students, and educators together to ensure all of our students are prepared for jobs that do not yet exist, in a world that will look dramatically different than what existed even a few years ago.  I believe that every one of our students can and should be a contributing member of our community and I want to be part of the conversation of how we get there. 


Endorsements -  1st, 45th and 46th District Democrats, Northshore Education Association, Northshore Education Office Managers, Secretaries and Professional Technical Employees, Rep. April Berg, Rep. Davina Duerr, Rep. Gerry Pollet


Chris Roberdeau

Chris Roberdeau

PO BOX 2847

WOODINVILLE, WA 98072-2847

(425) 522-3362

Education: BS - Aeronautical Engineering, Air Force Academy; MS - Engineering, USC; MBA, Arizona State University
Occupation: PMO Director, Astronics Advanced Electronics Systems

Having led military, not-for-profit, and aerospace teams, I bring extensive experience in training high-performing professionals across a variety of disciplines. I come from a family of teachers and a union leader, providing me with educational perspectives from successful schools nationwide. I also intimately understand the challenges teachers face and the critical role they have in educating our kids. I'm ready to hit the ground running, and lead the mission of making the best district for students to create their futures.

Beyond returning kids to classrooms full-time, we must:  focus on academics, returning students to grade level standards; extend opportunities for all to safely participate in all activities; implement budget transparency, operate within our means, and reduce community burden.  Our schools are an investment and should yield results, equitably. All schools must have equitable access to technology, learning and extracurricular opportunities, including building renovations and improvements.

I will bring my decisive leadership, passion for education, and ability to drive action and get results to ensure that we “strengthen the community through excellence in education” and give our children the education they deserve.

I am ready to lead. A vote for Chris is a vote to Create Futures.


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