Timber Ridge Elementary School


Every local PTSA unit and school district has its own issues that affect the safety, health and welfare of ALL children. Your involvement will impact legislation. Please visit the Washington State PTA Advocacy Page to learn more about legislative priorities and other supported issues, participate in discussion groups, and find out more ways to get involved.

Top 5 Legislative Priorities for 2020-2022

  • Increase access to nursing, mental health, and social-emotional learning staff.
  • Support students and preserve education funding
  • Increasing educational equity by closing the digital divide
  • Supports and funding for students with disabilities and their families
  • Prevent and reduce gun violence and suicide.

Your Elected Representatives

Governor Jay Inslee (D)
Residents of Timber Ridge Elementary are represented in the State Legislature by the 5th District Representatives and in the U.S. Congress by the Representative from the 8th Congressional District. Visit Governor Inslee’s page on Education to learn more.

US Senate and Congress

Senator Maria Cantwell (D), Senator Patty Murray (D) and Representative Kim Schrier (D)

Washington State Legislature - 5th District

Snoqualmie Valley School District Board of Directors

  • Melissa Johnson,
    Director from District 1, President
    Service began January 2018; Current term: 1/2022-12/2025
  • Geoff Doy,
    Director from District 2, Vice President
    Service began January 2012; Current term: 1/2020-12/2023
  • Carolyn Simpson,
    Director from District 3
    Service began January 2012; Current term: 1/2020-12/2023
  • Gary Fancher,
    Director from District 4
    Service began January 2018; Current term: 1/2022 -12/2025
  • Ram Dutt Vedullapalli,
    Director from District 5
    Service began January 2020; Current term: 1/2020-12/2023
  • Garner Brown, Student representative
  • Madhumitha Gandhi, Student representative

Voter Registration

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