Supporting Sage for LWSD Board | Letter

What does Cassandra Sage want for the students in the Lake Washington School District (LWSD)?

She advocates for certified technical/vocational classes, more STEM opportunities, more inclusion of special education students and more college prep help.

What are her qualifications and dedication to public service?

Cassandra has a degree in early childhood education and a certificate in Montessori studies.

She has shown her dedication to public service in the following ways:

• 22-year PTA and parent volunteer, LWSD

• 15-plus-year family adviser, Seattle Children’s Hospital

• 15-year Cub Scout den leader

• Five-year director and teacher of Montessori preschool

• Three-year teacher of Montessori kindergarten (all subjects)

• Three-year teacher multi-age Montessori first through third grades (social studies/pro-diversity curriculum)

For more information on this great candidate: https://www.cassandrasage.com/

I encourage you to join me in supporting Cassandra Sage for Lake Washington School Board, Position 3.

Geraldine Duzenack

Sammamish

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