St. Paul School Board of Education is the parish’s representative body working in advisory capacity with the Pastor and Principal to develop and strengthen the school as a Catholic community and educational institution.
The responsibilities of the Board include; recommending to the pastor the employment of the principal; establishing the mission, vision and beliefs for the educational programs; interpreting and applying the policies of the Archdiocese; formulating additional policies which may be necessary; evaluating the implementation of policies; approving the budget to be recommended to the finance committee and the pastor of the parish; long-range strategic planning; and creating an atmosphere where marketing the Catholic School is the expectation and is fully supported.
The Board functions only through its meetings, which are held regularly throughout the school year. Interested parents and parishioners may attend Board meetings and may address the Board during the open forum portion of each meeting. To be placed on the open forum agenda, contact the Board President at least one week prior to the scheduled meeting. Dates and times of the meetings are published in the school calendar, parish bulletin, and the weekly newsletter.