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Corona del Mar Middle & High School PTA is a nonprofit organization working toward enriching every student’s school experience.

CDM PTA EXECUTIVE BOARD 2018-19

PRESIDENT Brigid Cianfrani
EVP Fiona Ivey
1st VP Middle School Lisa Neal
2nd VP Programs Julie Means
3rd VP Membership Nancy Rodman
4th VP Ways and Means Wendy Braun
5th VP Special Events Regina Jennings
6th VP Grad Night Robin Hook
TREASURER Robin Nasser
FINANCIAL SECRETARY Dana Flood
HISTORIAN Nita Tewari
RECORDING SECRETARY Missy Harris
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Dana Flood
AUDITOR Linda Langley
COMMUNICATIONS/WEBMASTER Janice Grace/Bonnie Lee
PARLIAMENTARIAN Jennifer Cannon

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CDM PTA, CDM Foundation,

& CDM School Booster Club

How the 3 Fundraising 501(c)(3) Organizations work together to support the CDM students and improve and enhance the quality of CDM in the area of academics, arts, music, athletics, technology, college preparation and capital improvements:

All 3 organizations collaborate with the school administration and each other to meet the needs of the school. A universal request form is submitted to administration for consideration. One or more of the organizations are then identified to address the specific request/need presented and then managed accordingly.

CDM PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION
The PTA welcomes the membership and participation of all CDM parents and students. It holds monthly meetings featuring reports by both High School and Middle School principals as well as monthly speakers who address specific topics of interest. The PTA’s only fundraiser is a Fall Home Tour which raises about $150,000 a year. With this money, the PTA organizes and funds programs to enhance the day-to-day lives of CDM students and teachers.
CDM SCHOOL BOOSTERS
The School Boosters support Academics, Activities, Arts and Athletics (4 A’s). The School Boosters typically raise between $65,000 to $80,000 per year through parent donations. The percentage of funds distributed to each of the 4A’s varies from year to year, depending on requests submitted to the board and the amount of designated funds.
CdM Foundation
The Foundation strives to raise significant capital (between $600,000 – $ 900,000 per year) to help bridge the gap between the increasing cost of education and the insufficient funds from state and local government. The foundation annually funds supplemental staff, academic needs, technology, infrastructure improvements, college preparatory advisement, and counseling services. The Foundation has invested significant capital into improving the infrastructure of the school to provide an updated environment conducive for learning.