Del Mar Union School District announces the appointment of two new leaders

The Del Mar Union School District has named Mike Galis as the Director of Maintenance, Operations, and Facilities. Prior to accepting the position in DMUSD, he has been the Director of Facilities in Maine Township High School District 207, which is located in a suburb in the Chicago area. Galis will begin his position in the Del Mar school district on July 7.

Also joining the Del Mar Union School District leadership team is assistant principal, Abby Farricker. Farricker is currently a fifth grade teacher at Del Mar Hills Academy, and prior to coming to the Del Mar school district taught in the Boston Public School District. Farricker will be assigned to Ocean Air School and Sage Canyon School beginning August, 2014.

Related posts:

  1. Del Mar Union School District to hold Town Hall Budget Forum March 11
  2. Del Mar Union School District begins search for new director of maintenance
  3. Del Mar Union School District to hold Facilities Master Plan meetings in December
  4. Del Mar Union School District searching for new Torrey Hills principal
  5. Del Mar Union School District hires Vivian Firestone as new principal of Sage Canyon Elementary School

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