Solana Beach School District recognizes Foundation, PTA/PTO, council presidents

At the regular Solana Beach School District Board of Education meeting on Thursday, May 22, district staff and the Board of Education will publicly recognize the following volunteers for “their hard work, dedication, and tireless enthusiasm for enhancing the educational experience of all district students”:

Solana Pacific School

Foundation: Kaya Young and Cathy Pucher

PTA: Stephanie Kowack

Site Council: Steve Young

Solana Santa Fe School

Foundation: Misty Thompson

PTO: Holly Bauer

Skyline School

Foundation: Holly Lewry and Corey Ford

PTA: Mary Tam-Bradshaw

Site Council: Julia Fox and Erica Niedernhofer

Solana Vista School

Foundation: Cecelia Puopolo and Jen Blackwell

PTA: Jim Graziano

Site Council: Monica Noonan

Solana Highlands School

Foundation: Cara Cadden and Robin Wittenberg

PTA: Mary Beth Sicari

Site Council: Andy Benzo

Carmel Creek School

Foundation: Atousa Salemi-Golpayegani and Stephanie Kroon-Leong

PTA: Ditaa Hegde

Site Council: Kim Rible

Related posts:

  1. Solana Beach School District recognizes local students, volunteers
  2. Solana Beach School District to honor Student Inspiration Award recipients
  3. Solana Beach School District names seventh school
  4. Solana Beach Foundation for Learning holding fund drive
  5. Solana Beach School District announces new principal of Solana Ranch School

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