About the School Board
What is the Board’s role?
The School Board is responsible for:
- Review and approve the school system budget, tuition and other sources of funding
- Determine policies that adhere to diocesan policy and enable the school to fulfill its mission
- Employ a superintendent and conduct an annual performance review
- Participate in the school’s development, student enrollment efforts, public relations plan, and long-range planning
What is expected of Board members?
Board members are expected to:
- Attend and participate in monthly board meetings
- Serve on one of the following committees: Finance, Development, Investments, or Facilities
- Attend an annual day-long orientation held in July
- Serve a 3 year term with the option of doing a second term
How are School Board members selected?
Governing our organization is an extremely important role. That’s why we recruit a pool of potential board candidates for each open position. Candidates submit written responses to reflection questions and are interviewed. The Executive committee, comprised of Board officers and the Selection chair make recommendations to the Board. Approved candidates are then voted upon .
How to learn more about getting involved with the School Board:
If you would like to learn more about the role of the School Board or if you would like to explore if you are a good fit for this position, you are encouraged to:
- Attend a meeting
- Participate in a School Board committee
- Look over School Board documents which can be accessed on our website
If you are interested in serving in this capacity or would like more information, please contact one of the people below to learn more:
Mr. Corrie Stephens