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Robert H. Douthitt ...
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Robert H. Douthitt
A former attorney and business owner, Bob now serves on the Board of Directors of Spokane Public Schools
.An Army brat, he was raised at various military installations up and down the east coast and in Germany, received his Bachelors degree in economics from Princeton University, J.D. from University of Virginia, and L.L.M. in Taxation from New York University.He spent 18 years with the Spokane law firm of Lukins & Annis, P.S. practicing tax and business transactional law, and also served on the Executive Committee of the Business Law section of the Washington State Bar Association for about 7 of those years.
In 1994 Bob
wife Dianne became franchisees with Great Clips hair salons in the Spokane/North Idaho area, and eventually owned 15 salons before selling the company in 2007.The franchisor, which operates 2900 salons in North America, named them "Franchisee of the Year" in 1996.Bob
was elected to the School Board in November 2007.He has three adult children, and has been a member of Friends of Seven since moving to Spokane in 1981.
Spokane Public Schools District News
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In addition, Bob Douthitt was welcomed as a new board member, and Christie Querna and Sue Chapin were sworn in as re-elected directors.
...Douthitt, the newest director, worked as an attorney with Lukins & Annis from 1981-1999.He
started Great Clips in Spokane in 1994, watching it grow to 15 salons with 140 employees before selling it in 2007.
Elect Andy Billig
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Bob Douthitt, School Board Member - Spokane Public Schools
Money Matters in Spokane Public Schools | League of Education Voters
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By Bob Douthitt, President, Spokane Public Schools
Bob Douthitt was elected to the School Board for Spokane Public Schools in 2007, and has served as president since 2011.
A former tax attorney and retail business owner, he has been active in civic affairs throughout his career.
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Rocky Treppiedi said Board President ...
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Rocky Treppiedi said Board President Bob Douthitt would answer for him, but from Sue Chapin, Jeff Bierman and Deana Brower, there was nothing.
wrote to me: "… [P]lease tell me the answers that I have heard given to you (sic) on this question several times over the past year …" This, Douthitt
said later, would be so he
would know that I "actually listen and learn…" Besides needing a forklift to set aside Douthitt's condescension, how am I to tell him what he's
heard me be told?
Calling my request a "big charade," Douthitt
nevertheless promised an answer for the week of June 18.
mind and said the board might prepare a resolution in August (rather than "simply" answer me, the person who asked the question).
In the end, all four - Sue Chapin, Jeff Bierman, Brower and Treppiedi - said Douthitt
would respond for all.
On July 1, I received another email from Douthitt
attached 8-page letter is too long for a blog post, but it's linked here in entirety. (The two math resolutions also are linked above, so the whole thing is here.) In his
wrote that if I "think CCSS is a bad thing," my argument is "properly" "with the legislature and OSPI
, to try to obtain a repeal…"
Our children and our tax dollars are now at the mercy of Not Up to Me.
has a responsibility to teach to the standards "whatever they might be," but that isn't what SPS
did or is planning to do.