Community celebration to be held in honor of Maxine Gazdik’s 33 years of dedicated service to the Del Mar Union School District

Please join the Carmel Del Mar Elementary School community to celebrate Maxine Gazdik’s 33 years of dedicated service to the Del Mar Union School District (DMUSD).

The event will be held on Thursday, Nov. 8, from 12:30 p.m.-2 p.m. in the Carmel Del Mar Elementary School’s Multi-Purpose Room.

Maxine Gazdik

Gazdik first supported the Del Mar Union School District as a parent volunteer, then went on to hold numerous positions such as a classroom aide, ELL coordinator, library services aide, playground aide, and office assistant. Gazdik then concluded her illustrious career as an administrative assistant to the principals of Carmel Del Mar Elementary School.

Gazdik’s immediate plans in retirement are to spend more time with her two daughters and three granddaughters, garden, read, exercise, and to travel.

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