Congrats, Superintendent Nelson

You and the Enumclaw School District Board of Directors deserve the honors you received.

Congratulations to Superintendent Mike Nelson for being the 2019 Superintendent of the Year in the State of Washington. No one deserves this award more than Mike for the countless effort, passion and hours in guiding our school district. And to the Enumclaw School Board for being recognized as a 2018 Board of Distinction: Bryan Stanwood, Jennifer Watterson, Nancy Merrill, Tina McGann and Tyson Gamblin all serve on the board with dedication and hard work that benefits our city. Thank you to all.

What an incredible honor for each of them personally, for the Enumclaw School District and for our community to have this bestowed on them. May you always succeed in each of your endeavors and achieve your goals.

Mayor Jan Molinaro

Enumclaw

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