Community invited to visit Del Mar Union School District’s web site for information on Prop CC

The Del Mar Union School District is committed to full transparency and providing local voters with all the details they need to cast an informed vote on Prop CC for our local schools on Nov. 6, 2012.  As such, we invite members of the community to visit our website at www.dmusd.org and click on “Prop CC Information.”

On this site you will find the full legal language of Prop CC, the project list, detailed financial information and answers to frequently asked questions.  Please check back regularly as we intend to post updates as new questions are identified.

In addition, these topics will be discussed at our upcoming board meetings, which are open to the public.

Last, I pledge to make myself and my staff available to answer any questions related to our schools, our budget, our facilities or Prop CC. Please don’t hesitate to contact me at 858-755-9301, extension 3699, or hmcclurg@dmusd.org.  Thank you for your ongoing support of Del Mar Union School District’s students, teachers and school staff.

Holly McClurg, Ph.D.
Superintendent
Del Mar Union School District

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