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  • District Design Through 2022 PowerSchool Page

    Over the next few months stakeholders in our community will be engaged in a strategic planning process entitled District Design Through 2022, charting the course for the District over the next five years. To keep our school's community informed and engaged in the process we've created a Del Mar Heights District Design Through 2022 PowerSchool page - click the title for the link! This will serve as a place for us to share Design Through 2022 information and resources with our community. Thank you for being a part of this process!

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  • Student Information Forms Due May 5

    Click the title to download the Student Information Form for the 2017-2018 school year.

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  • STEAM+ Tours with Principal Wendy Wardlow - April 25 & April 27

    Join Del Mar Union School District Superintendent in the Heights Library for a talk on the district's plans through 2022 and then join Heights' Principal Wendy Wardlow for a personal tour of our incredible STEAM+ programs. Pick from one of these two times: Tuesday, April 25th 8:05-8:35 am -- Superintendent's State of the District 8:35-9:05 am -- STEAM+ Tour with Wendy Thursday, April 27th 1:00-1:30 pm -- Superintendent's State of the District 1:30-2:00 pm -- STEAM+ Tour with Wendy

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  • Save the Date! PTA Spring Gala - April 29

    This year's theme is Over the Moon! It will be a memorable evening of music, dinner, dancing, and socializing at Farmer & The Seahorse, an award-winning restaurant venue. The Spring Gala also is an evening of fundraising whose proceeds support the many programs and events that make Del Mar Heights special. ​Stay tuned for your formal invitations and other important details on the Gala, the PTA’s largest community building event of the year!

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  • DMUSD Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) - Provide your input.

    The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) is an important component of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). Under the LCFF all local education agencies (i.e. DMUSD) are required to prepare an LCAP, which describes how they intend to meet annual goals for all pupils, with specific activities to address state and local priorities identified pursuant to EC Section 52060(d). We value your input in this collaborative process as we review progress on the LCAP and revise actions for the upcoming school year.

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  • Superintendent's April 2017 Message to the Community

    An Evolving World! There is much conversation in education today around preparing our students for jobs and fields that don’t yet exist. A paper I recently read about the Internet of Things (IoT) intrigued me with its portrayal of our vastly expanding world, and I couldn’t help but make the connection to a changing, evolving job market and education. My knowledge of IoT is limited, so please forgive this rudimentary approach to considering the integrated landscape in which we are living within the context of schools. Although there is not one single definition of The Internet of Things, it is generally considered “an umbrella term to reference the technological development in which a greatly increasing number of devices are connected to one another and/or to the Internet.” It can be considered a conceptual structure of tangible things, such as commercial/consumer goods, roads, and buildings; as well as intangibles, including software and data; plus services, such as transmission and development.

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