Dear Editor,

I’ve lived in this community for 40 years. I run a small business. I’ve raised children here. I’m now raising my two grandchildren here. You could say I’ve had some experience with the Northshore School District.

Amy Felt has been a neighbor for ten years. I know her well. Attacking her character and her intentions is dishonest. Attacks on her ability to be a good school board member are ridiculous. She is smart and effective. She really cares about children’s success as individuals and as a group. When the schools shut down, Amy and her husband came over to set up emails and help us understand how Zoom school worked so our grandsons could be successful. I know she works a lot with youth in the community and serves wherever she sees a need, which is why she’s running for school board in the first place.

Maybe you don’t agree with Amy Felt. Don’t vote for her. But don’t fall for people who tell you she’s a bad candidate with extreme views. They either don’t know her like I do or have some special interest in keeping incumbents who don’t challenge them. She’s a parent who wants Northshore schools to work for all our kids. Talk to her yourself and see what she has to say.

Ray Foley 


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