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TUSD’s foundation has new director

Citizen Staff Writer



Tucson Unified School District’s foundation has named a new executive director.

Don W. Haskell said he will take the helm of the Educational Enrichment Foundation full time this week. He was in the office, at 3809 E. Third St., part-time last week.

He said his immediate priorities are a March poetry celebration; seeking funds for interscholastic scholarships; finding an efficient and economical database system for fund raising; and grant proposals.

Haskell replaces Robert Padilla, who had headed the foundation for 18 months before leaving in mid-November after disagreements with the board of directors.

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