School Board


Saint Perpetua School Consultative School Board Mission Statement:
According to the Guidelines for Parish-owned Elementary School Governance, “The
Consultative School Board is established by the Pastor to assist him and the school Principal
in the governance of the Catholic School. The administration of the Catholic school is clearly
the responsibility of the Principal working with and for the Pastor. The Pastor as chief
administrator of Parish programs retains some administrative responsibilities and delegates the
remaining responsibilities to the school administrator.”
A Consultative School Board provides advice and counsel in the following:
• Formulation of the mission statement
Strategic planning – long-term direction of the school
• Policy as determined by the Pastor and Principal
• Evaluation of policies, plans, mission effectiveness and Board self-evaluation
• Institutional advancement to enhance image, enrollment and financial viability
• Financial planning, annual budget development, monitoring and reporting
• Communications of school policies and activities to school constituencies (public
The St. Perpetua School Board is a consultative board that has as its primary concern the
furthering of school goals. The major responsibility of the School Board is maintaining the
financial health of the school. All members of the Board are eager to serve the school and
Parish community, and are open as a body to suggestions and comments. By advising and
assisting the school Principal and the Parish Pastor, and by hearing and representing the school community at large, the Board shall work to enable the faculty, parents and students to reach their agreed upon goals.
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