Capital Region ESD 113

"My Partner for Learning Solutions"

Superintendent: Dr. Dana Anderson

Educational Service District 113
6005 Tyee Dr. SW
Tumwater, WA 98512

Fax: 360-464-6900

Building Hours: 8 am - 5 pm M - F, excluding holidays

Board of Directors

Bill Brumsickle, Past Chair
Represents Adna, Boistfort, Centralia, Chehalis, Evaline, Napavine, Pe Ell, Rochester and Winlock. He is a former school administrator and served four terms in the state Legislature.

Rick Anthony, Chair
Represents Morton, Mossyrock, Onalaska, Rainier, Tenino, Toledo, White Pass and Yelm. Rick served as superintendent in White Pass and Pomeroy. He is a field marketing representative for the School Employees Credit Union of Washington.

Harry Carthum
Represents Aberdeen, Cosmopolis, Hoquiam, North Beach, North River, Oakville, Ocosta, Quinault, Raymond, South Bend, Taholah, Willapa Valley and Wishkah Valley. He is a former superintendent for Griffin.

Howard Coble
Represents Griffin and Olympia. Howard was superintendent in Snohomish and Olympia and was executive director of the Washington Association of School Administrators. 

Rex Comstock

Represents North Thurston A. Rex spent 42 years in the grocery business and formerly served on the North Thurston School Board.

Diana Goldy, Vice Chair

Represents Elma, Grapeview, Hood Canal, Mary M. Knight, McCleary, Montesano, Pioneer, Satsop, Shelton and Southside. Diana, Office Services Supervisor/Executive Assistant for the Green Diamond Resource Co., is a former member of the Mary M. Knight School Board.

Allen Jones

Represents North Thurston B and Tumwater. Allen, currently employed part-time as a school business consultant and university instructor, has an extensive background in education; particularly in the area of finance.

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ESD 113 Strategic Goals

Goal 1 - Close the Gap
By 2020, students who come from low income homes and vulnerable students within the ESD 113 service area will demonstrate educational attainment equal to their peers as measured by state assessment results and on time high school graduation rates.

Goal 2 - Influence Change
ESD 113 consistently advocates for educational equity in our region and effectively communicated ESD solutions to address local needs.

Goal 3 - Grow Our People
ESD 113 will proactively develop employees to support and fulfill the ESD Mission.