District One

Scott Pinkham - District I

Community Meeting Schedule

Come meet with me to talk about our schools.

Saturday, March 18
3:00pm - 4:30pm
Seattle Public Library - Lake City Branch
12501 28th Ave NE

Saturday, April 29
10:00am - 11:30am
Broadview Library
12755 Greenwood Ave N

Saturday, May 20
10:00am - 11:30am
Lake City Library
Seattle Public Library - Lake City Branch
12501 28th Ave NE

About Scott Pinkham

Throughout Scott Pinkham’s life, education has been about bringing out the best in the individual.  After completing his Bachelor of Science degree at the UW, he tutored mathematics, implemented a peer-tutoring program for a community college, managed pre-college engineering programs, and served as a university admissions and recruitment counselor prior to his current positions as the director of the UW Minority Scholars Engineering Program and American Indian Studies lecturer. 

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills are needed in our growing technology-based society and Scott’s focus is on making sure that Seattle’s diverse student base is not left behind in this ever changing field. Scott’s believes that all students are capable and should not be measured by tests alone. Providing for programs that work for the underserved/underrepresented communities is a priority issue for Scott. Scott works to bring increased transparency to the work at SPS and provide for empowerment to community voices and knows the importance of listening to achieve a common goal.



Scott Pinkham

Scott Pinkham

School Board Director



  • Executive Committee, Member-at-Large
  • Operations Committee


District I Map

  • Jane Addams Middle School
  • Broadview-Thomson
  • Nathan Hale
  • Ingraham
  • Loyal Heights
  • Middle College at Northgate
  • North Beach
  • Northgate
  • Olympic Hills
  • John Rogers
  • Viewlands
  • Wedgwood
  • Whitman
  • Hazel Wolf K-8
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