Great school board

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I have lived in Moses Lake for 45 years and taught school here for 32 years. This is the best school board since I have been in Moses Lake.

Instead of rubber-stamping everything, opinions and discussions are given.

I had the pleasure to teach Elliott Goodrich. He was smart, opinionated and wanted to do the right thing. His involvement and discussions are greatly appreciated.

Vicki Groff has done a fantastic job on the board for years, and is willing to change and listen where necessary.

Elliott is good for Vicki and Vicki is good for Elliott.

Eric Stones has done a great job leading the board.

Vickey Melcher has been a fine addition and Susan Freeman has been a good influence as well.

There is nobody I agree with even 70 percent of the time, but I love the different views and the willingness for the members to give the thoughts that the citizens are giving them.

Lastly, Josh Meek has represented himself with class, bringing the members together and having openness.

Keep up the good work.

Bruce Curtis

Moses Lake

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