What does it mean that Shoreline Christian School is run by its' parents? The School Board is made up of parents and community members elected by the members of the Shoreline Christian School Society. This group is responsible for making policy decisions, hiring the administrator, and recommending the annual budget. They also volunteer their time and efforts even further by serving on various committees that help over see the school's processes. School Board members serve 3-year terms and elections take place at the spring Society Meeting each year.
Meet Your School Board
Andrea DeYoung, President -- Executive Committee
I am grateful to serve on the SCS School Board since 2014. Our family has been a member of the Shoreline Christian School since 2011. I am the proud Mother of boy/girl twins who are now in the 5th grade. We attend Lake Forest Park Presbyterian Church. My husband is a General Contractor and has his own business. I work full time at Microsoft. We love to road trip, play outdoors and spend time at home working on our house and the yard.
Judy Guion, Treasurer
I went to college to become a CPA, but God had other plans. Afterworking as Director of Finance for 7 years I was called to stay at home and be a mom of four kids. After homeschooling my children for ten years God redirected our path and brought us to Shoreline Christian.
Our family joined SCS 8 years ago, when our older daughter started preschool there. Lilli is now a 6th grader, Leyni is in 4rd grade and I am excited to begin my first term on the board during the 2016-2017 school year. My background is in Marketing and Project Management but I have been a self-employed Jewelry Designer for the last 6 years. We attend Bethany Community Church where I serve as a women’s bible study leader. Outside of school and church our family enjoys day trips around the Seattle area and travelling home to Germany to see family and friends.
My wife, Debbie, and I have 5 children, four of whom are school-age and attend SCS (11th, 9th, 5th, 2nd). I have a passion for education, not simply as technical training for employment, but as a holistic act of faith and worship in community, for living out a call to respond to our Creator in all of life. I love to work with my mind and my hands, enjoy a well-timed joke, and love helping kids build confidence and community on the basketball court.