Del Mar staff put together a little farewell video for our graduation seniors this year. The video was shown during our Senior Awards Ceremony on June 4th. Seniors, we will miss you dearly.Uploaded Jun 05, 2020
Caine's Arcade was inspired by then 9-year-old Caine Monroy who built a cardboard arcade made out of boxes and every day objects in his dad's auto parts store in East Los Angeles. We wanted to re-create that experience for our Del Mar students to tap into their creative minds, while also building a fun experience for our elementary students. Since we were not able to host Caine's Arcade this year due to school closures, we would like to showcase the arcade games our students put so much effort to this past year through this media. They spent every day perfecting and creating them. From a Dancing Jungle to a Rainbow Coin Toss, here are just a few of the amazing creations from our students. They are certainly bummed to not be able to see the elementary school students enjoying and having fun with them. Dolphins, thank you so much for all the hard work you have put into this project. We love and appreciate you.
Thank you to Ms. Villaseñor and Mrs. Kloster for making this video, and Mr. Sellers for having fun playing the games!
Thank your Mrs. Kloster for making this video! It was certainly a "great year to be a Dolphin!"Uploaded Apr 30, 2020
Cecilia Venegas, Salvador Batres, Angel Calderon, Joshua PolancoUploaded Mar 13, 2020
Short film developed by current students Armando Talamantes and Isaiah Subia as a tribute to 3 Del Mar students who chose to serve their country after graduation:
Jovanic Blanco, US Marines
Garret Hall, US Army
Sergio Landeros, US Army
These three are the newest among over 20 Del Mar family members who have chosen to serve in the last 15 years. We thank them for their service and commitment to our country!