The Del Mar Schools Education Foundation (DMSEF) has announced a $1.8 million annual fundraising goal to allow the Del Mar Union School District (the District) to hire enough credentialed specialists for a robust STEAM+ program.
The Del Mar Schools Education Foundation (DMSEF) has received tremendous support from parents and the local community as it continues to raise funds for the salaries of STEAM+ specialists in the Del Mar Union School District (DMUSD). STEAM+ is the district’s focus on the integration of science, technology, art, music and physical education enrichment across the curriculum.
Having contributed $1.2 million to DMUSD last year, DMSEF was able to fund 40 percent of the STEAM+ specialists in the schools. Currently, the Foundation has raised just over $1 million and is looking for contributions to meet the current staffing requirements.
Del Mar Times – 2/2/17
Del Mar Schools Education Foundation has raised $632,000 so far this school year, $8,000 ahead of where we3 were last year. Stay updated on our fundraising efforts and check out this great article from the Del Mar Times.
San Diego Union Tribune – 7/28/16
Del Mar Schools Education Foundation President Ty Humes and Vice President of Marketing Andrew Zack recently presented the Del Mar Union School District a check for $1,270,000. The foundation raised funds to provide 14 certificated STEAM+ teachers for the 2016-17 school year. The district’s STEAM+ program is made possible through donations from parents, community members and corporations.