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You don’t see this at every school board meeting

July 3rd, 2013 by Steven Gardner

On June 13, 2013, Megan Leibold made her case in front of the North Kitsap School District’s board of directors. Most of her presentation is similar to anything you’ve ever heard in the public comment portion of school board meetings, though she is especially polished. That’s probably in some part due to the training that has served her well, evidenced by her title as Miss West Sound.

She decides to punctuate her presentation in a way I’ve seldom heard, in a way I wish I heard more. Watch the video.

The tepid applause, at first, is because the board had asked the audience to not applaud or boo during the comment session as a way of controlling the time better.

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One Response to “You don’t see this at every school board meeting”

  1. Mick Sheldon Says:

    Thanks that was awesome . Felt sorry for the next speaker who had to follo0w her . ;0)

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