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Are you interested in representing Fairmount Park Elementary & District 6 Council at the 2018 Legislative Assembly?
Legislative Assembly (LA) is a powerful event where we determine our long-term and short-term legislative platform for the next 2-years. You don’t need legislative advocacy experience to participate. Workshops offered during the assembly will help provide insight around the legislative process.
Legislative Assembly is October 21 & 22 at the Green River College in Auburn. You will need to be a registered PTA member to participate.
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>> Vote submissions on/off the WSPTA short and long-term platforms
>> VOTE on the TOP 5 Priority Issues
o LA home page: https://www.wastatepta.org/events-pro…/legislative-assembly/
o 2018 WSPTA Guide to Proposed Legislative Principles, Issues and Resolutions includes the complete descriptions and persuasive statements for all submittals: https://www.wastatepta.org/…/2018-Legislative-Assembly-Vote…
o Voting Guide for Delegates to learn about the process: https://www.wastatepta.org/…/2018-Legislative-Assembly-Vote…
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Subject: Urgent: Get SHB 2927 onto Appropriations Schedule
Body of E-mail:
Dear Ms. Tomiko, Dear Ms. Robinson:
The Equity for HiCap bill (SHB 2927) has still not been scheduled for appropriations. I am worried that it is going to miss the cut off. Can you please work with Rep. Timm Ormsby to get this on the appropriations hearing schedule ASAP? As you know, this is a very urgent issue for Seattle and will substantially improve equity--and long term, the achievement gap. Catching these students early will prevent disengagement, behavior problems, drop outs and kids lost to the prison pipeline, ultimately saving the state money--as well as being the right thing to do.
Timm.Ormsby@leg.wa.gov, June.Robinson@leg.wa.gov, Bruce.Chandler@leg.wa.gov, Drew.MacEwen@leg.wa.gov, Drew.Stokesbary@leg.wa.gov, Steve.Bergquist@leg.wa.gov, Vincent.Buys@leg.wa.gov, Michelle.Caldier@leg.wa.gov, Eileen.Cody@leg.wa.gov, Cary.Condotta@leg.wa.gov, Joe.Fitzgibbon@leg.wa.gov, Paul.Graves@leg.wa.gov, Larry.Haler@leg.wa.gov, Drew.Hansen@leg.wa.gov, Paul.Harris@leg.wa.gov, Zack.Hudgins@leg.wa.gov, Laurie.Jinkins@leg.wa.gov, Ruth.Kagi@leg.wa.gov, Kristine.Lytton@leg.wa.gov, Matt.Manweller@leg.wa.gov, Eric.Pettigrew@leg.wa.gov, Gerry.Pollet@leg.wa.gov, David.Sawyer@leg.wa.gov, Joe.Schmick@leg.wa.gov, Tana.Senn@leg.wa.gov, Larry.Springer@leg.wa.gov, Derek.Stanford@leg.wa.gov, Pat.Sullivan@leg.wa.gov, David.Taylor@leg.wa.gov, Steve.Tharinger@leg.wa.gov, Brandon.Vick@leg.wa.gov, Mike.Volz@leg.wa.gov, JT.Wilcox@leg.wa.gov