Sacred Heart School Board
Suki Reilly (Chair)
Christopher Hammond (Vice-Chair)
Ann Crooks (Secretary)
Father Dariusz Dudzik (Ex-Officio/Pastor)
Dr. Gail Kingston (Ex=Officio/Principal)
If you would like an issue to be put on the agenda, it must be in writing and sent to the School Advisory Board President, in care of the school, two weeks prior to the meeting.
To contact the Board please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Board is required to maintain a balance of membership that includes representation from outside the school community. Members serve terms of 3 years. New members are nominated by the Nomination Committee, which includes the Pastor, Principal and a Board Member.
If you are interested in being considered for future Board openings, you may submit a letter of intent interest to email@example.com.
The school board remains focused on the 5-year strategic plan to guide school direction and operations through the 2018 school year.
For the 2016/2017 school year, the board plans reviewing our 5-year plan and offer leadership to launch the initiative laid out in the plan, which include but are not limited to the following.
- Investigating capital campaign proposals
- Recruiting alumni to establish a formal alumni association
- Laying the groundwork for enhanced school communications, advancement and curriculum and faculty opportunities
The Sacred Heart School Advisory Board would like to remind you all that we are here for YOU!!! The concept of an advisory school board is based on a belief in the importance and power of shared leadership. Parents, faculty, administration, and the community work together to provide advice regarding school policies in accordance with the mission of the school and the policies of the diocese. The primary function of the advisory school board is then to provide advice and assistance to the pastor-principal leadership team. This is reflected in our mission statement: The mission of the Board shall be to consult with the administration and parish to educate our children and to facilitate their development into moral, productive, and compassionate members of society.