Gov. Gary Locke has appointed an Edmonds councilwoman to the Edmonds Community College Board of Trustees. Mauri Moore, who chairs the City Council's Community Outreach Committee...
Gov. Gary Locke has appointed an Edmonds councilwoman to the Edmonds Community College Board of Trustees.
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Mauri Moore, who chairs the City Council’s Community Outreach Committee, has been selected to replace Mary Helen Roberts, who was elected in November to the state House of Representatives from the 21st District.
Moore is a former Woodway councilwoman and has served in many other community organizations, including Community Transit, Sound Transit and the Edmonds School District’s Public Education Foundation.
Moore was a TV news producer and bureau chief for NBC news before moving to the Edmonds area. She was nominated for an Emmy Award for her work in the Middle East.
School district to have information fair
The Edmonds School District will host an information fair from 9 a.m. to noon Jan. 8 at Meadowdale High School, 6002 168th St. S.W., Lynnwood.
Superintendent Nick Brossoit, School Board members and representatives from the district’s schools will be available to answer questions.
Breakout sessions will be held on beginning kindergarten and the district’s transfer policy. Families may review the high-school science curriculum and the HIV-AIDS curriculum.
The Traffic Safety Players will present three shows about bus safety and give attendees a chance to ride a school bus.
Information: community-relations office, 425-670-7046.
Compiled by the Seattle Times Snohomish County bureau.