March 9, 2012
The Snoqualmie Valley School Board approved on a split vote the 2013 creation of a freshman learning center on the campus of Snoqualmie Middle School.
In a March 8 meeting as long as it was contentious, the five-member board also voted 5-0 to return a bond measure to a ballot no later than February 2013. The bond would pay for a new middle school.
Nevertheless, the school board’s 3-2 decision on the freshman campus means that for at least two years, the district will have two middle schools. Read more
November 8, 2011
UPDATED-12:46 a.m. Nov. 9.
Incumbents Craig Husa, Caroline Loudenback and Dan Popp received varied news in the first count of votes Nov. 8.
While Husa trailed challenger Carolyn Simpson 2,803 votes to 2,317 and Popp led challenger Peggy Johnson 2,833 to 2163, Loudenback was locked in a virtual tie with Geoff Doy.
As of 8:15 p.m. on election night, Loudenback led Doy 2,571 votes to 2,550. Read more
June 29, 2011
Snoqualmie Valley School Board member Scott Hodgins has said impact fees don’t solve anything.
“Impact fees don’t even come close to the cost of building a new school,” he said.
And yet, Hodgins and the rest of the board bristled, again, at the Snoqualmie City Council’s opposition to increasing impact fees.
December 11, 2008
The Snoqualmie Valley School District Board of Directors has unanimously appointed Redmond resident Dan Popp to join them on the board.
He will replace Kristy Sullivan, who resigned from the board in November after 12 years of service. Read more