Community built on school support

How would you describe your community to others? Friendly. Peaceful. Rustic. Clean. Proud. Our community’s image was built over seven generations, dating back to the 1800s. It took hard work by honest and caring individuals and families to get us to this point in history.

How would you describe your community to others?

Friendly. Peaceful. Rustic. Clean. Proud.

Our community’s image was built over seven generations, dating back to the 1800s. It took hard work by honest and caring individuals and families to get us to this point in history.

A foundation of our reputation is our school district. We continue to produce students who are in the upper percentiles of graduation and ready for college, career and life. We are not only known for our district’s outstanding athletics teams, but by businesses and colleges that recruit our kids because they know they’ve received a quality education.

Key components of a strong educational system include the buildings constructed to provide optimal educational outcomes. This Enumclaw School District bond submitted to voters is not an additional tax, but a replacement of an expiring one. Let’s continue to support our strong community that others only wish they could be.

Tom Redman

Enumclaw

 

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