Author Archives: Cassandra Sage

Community Support

When I filed for office I knew I had the backing of my family, but I had no idea the amount of support I would receive from the community. People that I have volunteered with for the past two decades … Continue reading

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Be(e) Involved!

There are many ways to be involved in your child’s education. You don’t have to attend Walk to School Week with Ped(estrian) Bee to support your child and his/her teacher. If you have flex time, consider chaperoning a field trip. … Continue reading

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Eastside Education Network: Meet the Candidate – Cassandra Sage

I was recently profiled on the Eastside Education Network blog by Beth Sigall. Here’s the first part of it: What was the lightbulb moment that made you decide you wanted to run for school board (election or re-election)? This is … Continue reading

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Living with the Spectrum

Our 2016 Holiday card is pictured here. As you can see, one pair of shoes is missing (we excused the dog from donning footwear, because she crossed her paws so daintily!). For a split second, we thought about cropping the … Continue reading

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The Power of the Diploma

I enjoy graduation “season” because it brings a student’s accomplishments to the forefront and opens doors to their future. In most cases these kids have spent the past 13 years of their lives learning not just academics but also social … Continue reading

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