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PTA President Position Open at Clyde Hill Elementary

The Clyde Hill Elementary PTA is currently in search of a dedicated individual to take on the crucial role of PTA President. Recently, the President, Jennie Cochran-Chinn, decided to step down due to personal reasons. According to the PTA, she will remain an active member of the PTA general assembly. For the interim period, the remaining board members have come together to share the presidential responsibilities. 

The PTA is now accepting nominations for the position of President. As the PTA President holds a central position in fostering a supportive and engaging environment for our school community. This is an incredible opportunity for anyone with a deep passion for education, community engagement to make a lasting impact on the lives of students and their families. The President leads the PTA in coordinating various activities, events, and initiatives that contribute to the well-being and success of Clyde Hill Elementary School.

If you or someone you know is ready to step up and be the next PTA President at Clyde Hill Elementary, you are encouraged to submit a nomination. Simply send an email to [email protected] with the nominee’s name, contact information, and a brief statement outlining their qualifications and reasons for seeking the role.  You may also visit the Clyde Hill Elementary PTA website and sign up for the PTA newsletter here:  ClydeHillPTA.org.

The PTA values diversity and welcomes nominations from individuals with different backgrounds, experiences, and ideas. For any inquiries or additional information, reach out to the Board of Directors at [email protected].

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