Finances - developing plans and means to finance ongoing educational programs including setting tuition, negotiating subsidy, and developing annual bidget.
Development, including public relations and marketing - includes understanding the school's mission, a committment to that vision, the involvement of people, the formulation of a plan, the development and presentation of a case statement to the public, and finally the acquisition of funds to bring the plan to fruition.
Evaluation - determining whether goals and plans are being met, not evaluating individual staff members, administrators or students, except the principal's relationship with the board, and determining the board's own effectiveness.
Assist in the selection of the administrators - participating according to its constitution and the policies of the diocese and/or religious congregation in determining the administrators.
Catholic Educational Boards DO NOT:
-Approve instructional material
-Write regulations (a rule to implement policy)
Board meetings are scheduled the first Tuesday of each month except December and March (see calendar for specific dates and times). All meetings of the Board are "open" except those designated as Executive Sessions. To be placed on the agenda, notify the school principal or Board president at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.
Current Board Members: