Director, District Three - Resident of Kirkland (Kamiakin Region, unincorporated King County)First elected 11/1997
Term ends 11/2013
Nancy Bernard was first elected to the Board of Directors in November 1997. She has served as Board Vice President, Legislative Representative, and President of the Board. She served four years on the Washington State School Directors’ Association Legislative Committee.
Bernard is a public health advisor with the Washington State Department of Health and manages the indoor air quality and school environmental health and safety program. She has a Master of Public Health in Environmental Health Sciences from Tulane University; a BS in Environmental Health and BA in Health Education from the University of Washington. She is a 2001 graduate of the Leadership Institute. Mrs. Bernard was a science education specialist in private schools for five years and was the John Muir PTSA Science Chair for eight years. She served on the Washington State Commission on Student Learning Health & Fitness Subject Advisory Committee and was a member of the Lake Washington School District Health and Fitness Curriculum Committee.
Her husband is the Region 10 FEMA NIMS Coordinator, her daughter attends the University of Washington School of Law and her son attends the Lake Washington Institute of Technology. Her hobbies include gardening, hiking, and reading.
Email: Nancy Bernard
*See governance policy GP-2-E1, School Board Legal Status, for a description of the director district boundaries. The boundaries do not correspond directly to neighborhood school boundaries. Choice schools are not listed in specific director districts since these schools draw students from throughout the district. Each director must live within their director district but represents the district as a whole. The boundaries are shown on this map.