Eve Selis, Marc Interavaia entertain for education

Carmel Del Mar Elementary School held a family celebration and fundraising party on Jan. 29 at the Del Mar home of art teacher Paula Intravaia and her husband, Marc. The event was held to help the Del Mar Schools Education Foundation in its fundraising efforts to save Extended Studies Curriculum (ESC) programs and teachers’ jobs. If the foundation doesn’t make the $1.7 million goal by Feb. 15, schools could lose teachers in the ESC art, music, technology, science and physical education programs. The event featured live music by Eve Selis and Marc Intravaia.

Related posts:

  1. Del Mar education foundation ahead of pace
  2. Group seeks funds to save ESC programs
  3. Del Mar foundation raises money for school district
  4. An open letter to Del Mar Union School District parents
  5. Fundraising going strong in Del Mar Union School District

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