Auburn School District welcomes new board member

Laurie Bishop - Courtesy photo
Laurie Bishop
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Laurie Bishop was sworn in as a new Auburn School District board of director during its meeting Monday night. She represents Director District 3 and replaces Janice Nelson who retired last month.

Bishop has been involved with the youth in Auburn for the last 15 years. She served on the Pioneer Elementary PTA and is actively involved in youth sports.

She has a degree in public relations from Central Washington University, a certificate of accounting from City University and is a Certified Public Accountant working as a controller for URS Corporation.

Bishop looks forward to continuing the work of the school board in implementing the Auburn School District Strategic Plan.

Bishop has lived in Auburn since 1991. Her son is a sophomore at Auburn High School and her daughter graduated from Auburn High in 2012.

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