One incumbent and one newcomer are poised to win positions on the Federal Way Public Schools Board of Directors, according to early results from King County Elections.
For school board director Position 1, Quentin Morris earned nearly 52% of votes to challenger Tiffany LaFontaine’s 47% of votes
Morris’s top priorities include promoting transparency and openness in the interests of the entire community of Federal Way Public Schools’ stakeholders; reinforcing a curriculum that empowers students in society; and promote sound business practices.
In the director #4 position, incumbent Trudy Davis is ahead with 53% of the votes against opponent Jim Storvick’s nearly 46% of votes.
Davis, who was appointed to the school board in 2018 and elected to the position in 2019, said her top three priorities are equity, inclusion and expanded opportunities across the district to allow for student success in multiple pathways.
As of Nov. 3, there have been 16,539 ballots counted in the Federal Way Public Schools District.