Elect Daniels to school board

Every Student. Every Opportunity. Every Day. That’s Denise Daniels’ motto, and she lives it every day.

As a parent, she understands the system of education, builds relationships with teachers and knows how to support and advocate for her children’s academic success in school.

As an administrator in the Auburn School District, Ms. Daniels supports nearly 15,000 students inside and outside of school. She works directly with parents and families, provides professional development and support to teachers and staff and collaborates with others to improve student outcomes.

In the Kent School District, much needs to be done so that each and every student can graduate as a globally competitive learner ready for success in college, career and community life. Denise Daniels has the skills, experience, passion and influence to create positive change for our students and families.

She has my vote in the general election. I encourage you to vote for Denise Daniels for District 4 director for the Kent School Board.

– Agda Burchard

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