• Welcome!

    Below are the five Board of Directors that represent community members of the Sequim School District.  The Board's job is to determine a vision for the educational program; design a structure to achieve that vision; assure that the schools are accountable to the community; and advocate for continuous improvement in student learning. 

     
    While many have had a hand in shaping our school system, the Sequim Board of Directors must ultimately answer to the community and the State Superintendent of Public Instruction on issues related to local programs.  The Board selects a superintendent to administer adopted policies; however, the Board is the final authority on all matters concerning the district. (RCW 28A.320.010)
     
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    The Board of Directors are (from left) James Stoffer (legislative representative), Heather Short (president) Brian Kuh (vice president), Robin Henrikson and Michael Howe. 
     
    The five-member Board of Directors sets the policies that guide Sequim's public education from Kindergarten through grade twelve.  All voters within the school district elect the Directors, who generally serve a four-year term unless appointed to fill a vacant position.  Two members serve in At Large positions, and the remaining three are elected from specific geographic areas.  
     
    The Board selects a superintendent to administer adopted policies; however, the Board is the final authority on all matters concerning the district. (RCW 28A.320.010) 
     
    When a meeting date falls on a legal holiday, the meeting will be held on the next business day.  The Board functions through regular meetings, special meetings, and emergency meetings as defined in Policy number 1400. 
     
     
    SERVING ON YOUR SCHOOL BOARD
     
    Candidates generally serve a four year term unless appointed to fill a vacant position.  Candidates for an open position must file in the office of the Clallam County Auditor in Port Angeles, or the Jefferson County Auditor in Port Townsend, if you live in Diamond Point.
     
    Interested candidates need to file the week of May 14th, for the positions that will be on the ballot in November 2017 -- Director District #2 and a Director At Large position.  Click Board Director District Map to view a map of the districts.
     
    Please click HERE for Frequently Asked Questions regarding running for office.  
     
    Click HERE for a copy of the "Serving on Your Local School Board:  A Guide for Candidates"..  
     
    If you have questions, please contact Trayce Norman, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent at (360)582-3260, or e-mail tnorman@sequim.k12.wa.us.  Thank you for your interest in the Sequim School District!
     
     
     
    Sequim School District Board of Directors:
     
    James Stoffer, Board Legislative Representative, Director District #3 (Term expires 11/19)  jstoffer@sequim.k12.wa.us
    Jim Stoffer  
     
    Michael HoweDirector District #2 (Term expires 11/17)  mhowe@sequim.k12.wa.us
    Mike Howe  
     
    Robin Henrikson, Director District #1 (Term expires 11/19)  rhenrikson@sequim.k12.wa.us 
    Robin Henrikson  
     
    Heather Short, Board President and Director At Large (Term expires 11/19)  hshort@sequim.k12.wa.us
    Heather Short  
     
    Brian Kuh, Board Vice President and Director at Large (Term expires 11/17) bkuh@sequim.k12.wa.us
    brian
     
     
     

    Washington State School Directors's AssociationThe Washington State School Directors’ Association has developed a tool for each board member to assess his or her board’s performance based on accepted governance standards and best practices.  The attached report combines feedback from each board member, and the superintendent, on how the board views its performance in specific areas of governance. 

    This information will help the board to measure growth and aids in setting goals for strengthening board practices with the goal of continuous improvement. 
     

    For more information, please see the WSSDA website or Superintendent Gary Neal.

     
Last Modified on September 29, 2017