Del Mar school district’s Tim Asfazadour resigns

By Karen Billing

Tim Asfazadour, the Del Mar Union School District’s assistant superintendent of human resources, has resigned and his last day on the job will be April 30. Asfazadour has accepted the same position with the San Marcos Unified School District.

Throughout his last board meeting on April 25, board members and parents thanked him for his valuable insight and hard work.

“He is truly a gem, wonderful at his job and always wants to do what’s best for students, teachers and staff,” district Superintendent Holly McClurg said. “We’re going to miss you.”

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  2. Del Mar school district superintendent announces retirement
  3. Peabody bids fond farewell to Del Mar school district
  4. Principal resigns to head San Pasqual Union district
  5. Del Mar school district budget workshops continue

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