Vote for Karen Bunker

As a parent at WRHS, I’ve seen first-hand her passion for education.

As a teacher and parent in our community, I have the privilege of working with Karen Bunker, our current White River School District School Board candidate, and I struggle to find ample words to describe the positive impact she has within the education community.

Karen Bunker is a champion for every student, she goes above and beyond to ensure that the needs of every student are met. Karen partners with students, families, staff members and the community to ensure that there are no options left on the table for a student and that we have provided ample support for every child.

Karen not only works within our community shaping the minds of our youngest students, but Karen is a trusted mentor in shaping and educating student-teachers. Karen provides gracious mentoring and support that not only encourages educators to continue thinking outside the box and trying new strategies but also builds strong classroom management foundations which is a corner stone of teaching.

As a parent in our community, I have been honored to witness Karen Bunkers passion for our children and community whenever she presents publicly.

I would be honored to have her represent our students, families and community. Please vote yes for Karen Bunker when you vote in November.

Jillian Macdonald

Buckley

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