|Lake Stevens School District Superintendent Amy Beth Cook, school district Food and Nutrition Manager Mollie Langum, Lake Stevens Library Managing Librarian Sonia Gustafson and Sno-Isle Libraries Executive Director Jonalyn Woolf-Ivory at the Washington Association of School Administrators Region 109 recognition event on May 11. Langum received the group's Student Achievement Leadership Award.|
Sno-Isle Libraries and the Lake Stevens Library have been honored by the Washington Association of School Administrators Region 109.
The Community Leadership Award was presented to Sno-Isle Libraries Executive Director Jonalyn Woolf-Ivory and Lake Stevens Managing Librarian Sonia Gustafson at a May 11 luncheon in Everett to honor educators and community leaders.
“It is an honor to be recognized by public school officials who are so dedicated to students and our communities,” Woolf-Ivory said.
Sno-Isle Libraries was cited as an integral partner of Lake Stevens School District, supporting early learning programs as well as private child-care centers and preschools in the community. The Lake Stevens Library hosts community programs that engage participants in a variety of activities focused on literacy, education, economics and civics.
“We appreciate Sno-Isle’s efforts to expand our local library facility and we look forward to a continued partnership for years to come,” said Lake Stevens School District Superintendent Amy Beth Cook.
The Lake Stevens Library is one of 22 community libraries in the Sno-Isle Libraries library district that serve nearly 750,000 residents in Snohomish and Island counties and includes online options and Library on Wheels.
Each year the school administrators group hosts a regional event to honor educators and community leaders. Region 109 includes administrators from Arlington, Darrington, Edmonds, Everett, Granite Falls, Index, Lake Stevens, Lakewood, Marysville, Monroe, Mukilteo, Snohomish, South Whidbey, Stanwood-Camano and Sultan school districts.?