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Northshore School District No. 417

Director District No. 5

Amy Felt

Amy Felt

17530 214TH AVE NE


(425) 243-3005

Education: Bachelor’s - Business Administration, University of Washington; Juris Doctorate, University of Idaho School of Law
Occupation: Attorney - Felt Law

It’s time for action!  We need to put students first and focus on education. I know Northshore schools. For nine years, I have been working in classrooms with students, in the PTA, organizing and event planning, and also coaching youth sports in the community. I love when schools work well for children. Northshore School District can do better for all our children. Too many children have been left behind. That’s why I'm running. As a parent of five in the district, I'm invested in the successful education of all children.

Last year was rough, but the inaction of the existing School Board made a bad situation worse. I have seen students succeed and struggle. Our children, families and community deserve a voice.

I am that voice. I am a leader who is willing to listen and collaborate to solve problems.  We must mend the divide between parents, teachers, administrators, and the union. I’ll bring proactive leadership, transparent communications and collaborative results. We're a team!

Professionally, I'm an attorney, with experience in both state and municipal law. I recognize when schools are failing their primary mission, the education of our children. Let’s make education priority #1. Students First. Vote Amy Felt.

Angela Chapman

Angela Chapman

PO Box 2667


(425) 470-3674

Education: BA, Northwest University; Certificate in Nonprofit Fundraising Management, University of Washington
Occupation: Individual Giving Manager, Youth Eastside Services

Our public schools are in uncharted territory. Never before has a pandemic impacted education so drastically. We can't solve this problem with antiquated approaches. Recovery is only possible if we comprehensively address all students' academic and mental health recovery. As a parent of three kids, each with unique learning goals, I'm driven to help.

I’m well acquainted with the learning challenges students face when they need more help to achieve academic standards and success. I grew up with a learning disability and yet graduated top of class in college. I know what it takes to get there. We need a comprehensive recovery plan. I have that plan: Recover student academic, social and emotional wellbeing; Respond and act to address the mental health crisis; Remove barriers.

We need leaders who enable students to thrive. I devoted my career to advancing the needs of children and youth.  I will uphold policies that support families, teachers, and our community at large. I will advocate strongly on behalf of students with diverse learning needs to increase equity for all. I will listen and offer solutions that benefit the community at large.  Voting for me empowers district progress. Recovery Now. Thank you for your vote.

Jasmine Lee Fry

Jasmine Lee Fry

19031 201ST AVE NE


(425) 205-9209

Education: Bacherlor of Arts in English Literature, University of California, Irvine
Occupation: Business owner

I started volunteering more than a decade ago in Northshore schools to benefit my children's educational experience. Today, I am running for school board to improve outcomes for all students.

I have a proven track record of leading through partnerships with the community, teachers and administrators. I served on volunteer boards of local PTAs and the Northshore HiCap Parents Council.  As a former reporter, I covered different districts and understand the complexities of how our public education system operates. We deserve a leader who can navigate the nuances of fully and safely reopening our campuses in the fall. I have the skills required to gather input from a diversity of voices  in the community, identify solutions and accomplish results.

My goal is to improve educational equity - particularly removing obstacles for students from marginalized communities. I would bring this important and needed perspective to the board because equity not only brightens the future of our students, it strengthens our community.

Together we can make Northshore a place where all students have the opportunity to meet their potential. My endorsements include the teachers' union, Kenmore Council Member Corina Pfeil and  Snohomish County Democrats. I humbly ask for your vote.

Amy Cast

Amy Cast

17700 NE 136TH ST


Education: BS Business Management from Binghamton University, Binghamton NY
Occupation: Owner of a website design firm, and leadership consultant

Since I began serving you on the Northshore School Board eight years ago, I’ve worked to continuously improve our schools, making us one of the highest performing districts in the state. As we recover from the pandemic and this heart-breaking year, I am committed to using my experience and passion as we face our newest challenges.

In my time on the board, I found new resources, partnerships and programs to build excellence for students, and which were critical to our work to safely reopen schools. I will protect our added college-prep and technical education classes, new choice programs, expanded arts programs and commitment to educational equity. Before knowing how vital the need for space would be, I reduced overcrowding in our classrooms by opening three new schools on time and on budget.

This past year has also shown the importance of supporting our students holistically. Prioritizing the mental health and overall well-being of each child, I ensured that Northshore added more counselors and support programs at every school. It is my commitment that together we will not only recover from this year, but thrive.

Endorsements: 1st LD, 45th LD, and 46th LD Democrats, King County Democrats and Northshore teachers.

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