Doug Rafner elected new president of Del Mar Union School Board

The DMUSD board Scott Wooden, President Doug Rafner, Clerk Kristin Gibson, new member Alan Kholos and Doug Perkins.

Doug Rafner is the new president of the Del Mar Union School District board. He was elected by his fellow board members at an organizational meeting on Dec. 19.

“I’m humbled,” Rafner said. “There are some challenges ahead but I think we’ll come through it with shining colors if we keep our focus on the students.”

New trustee Alan Kholos and returning trustee  Doug Perkins were also sworn in at the meeting. Kristin Gibson was elected clerk.       —Karen Billing

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