Federal Way Public Schools. File photo

Federal Way Public Schools. File photo

Federal Way school district seeks applicants for board vacancy

Applicants need to provide two short letters of reference by Oct. 5.

All candidates interested in applying for the vacant position on the Federal Way Public Schools (FWPS) Board of Education are invited to complete the application for position on board of directors and submit to the Office of the Superintendent. Applicants will also need to provide two short letters of reference by Oct. 5 at 4:30 p.m.

Applications may be submitted in the following ways:

• In person at the FWPS Educational Service Center, 33330 8th Ave. S., Federal Way

• Mailed to FWPS Educational Service Center, Office of the Superintendent, 33330 8th Ave. S., Federal Way, WA 98003

• Email signed application to superintendent@fwps.org

Selected candidates will be interviewed, and action on candidate selection will be taken at the board meeting on Oct.16. The selected candidate will take their oath of office on Oct. 23.

If applicants have any questions or need more information about the board director vacancy application process, contact the Office of the Superintendent at 253-945-2013.

For additional information and to download the application, visit the FWPS district website: fwps.org.

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