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January is School Board Recognition Month


Washington’s Governor has proclaimed January as School Board Recognition Month. The Board of Directors for Snoqualmie Valley School District is an elected body of five citizens who represent and make decisions for the entire school district. Each board member is elected from the district at-large to serve a four-year term. Terms are staggered so that 2-3 positions only will be open at one time.  The 2018-19 Directors are (alphabetically):  Geoff Doy, Gary Fancher, Melissa Johnson, Dan Popp, and Carolyn Simpson, plus student representatives: Paytan Murray and Chirag Vedullapalli.  Please help us thank our School Board for their dedication and service to students, parents, staff, and the entire Snoqualmie Valley learning community.    


Below are photos from the January 24 School Board meeting, in which students and administrators expressed appreciation for the Board of Directors’ hours of service to SVSD schools.


School Board Directors model t-shirts with the new Two Rivers logo.

School Board members model Two Rivers School t-shirts sporting a new logo with the school's Orca mascot.


Mount Si High School ASB student present the Board with Wildcat water bottles.

To show their appreciation, Mount Si High School ASB students presented the

Board of Directors with Wildcat water bottles.


Fall City Elementary Principal Katelyn Long

Fall City Elementary Principal Katelyn Long brought an armload of coffee from the Trail Youth Coffee Home.

SVSD elementary principals made donations to the local organization in honor of the School Board.


Student representatives serving on the School Board.

Student representatives to the School Board Chirag Vedullapalli and Paytan Murray

share what's happening at Mount Si High School in their monthly student report.


Thank you for your service to SVSD!