The primary function of the Education Commission is to recommend and determine policies that authorize and guide educational programs promoting the achievement of parish objectives. The Education Commission monitors and evaluates the implementation of the educational policies of the parish. It is a support mechanism for the administration of the school and the Faith Formation programs of the parish.
The Commission consists of voting and non-voting members and representatives to the Commission. Non-voting members include the pastor, associate, director of religious education and principal of the school. There are 9 voting members (3 are elected annually) who each serve a three-year term.
Meetings are the second Monday of every month, September through May, in the school library at 7:00 pm. All parishioners are welcome.
|Fr. Jim Walsh
|Deacon Mark Bardonaro
|Tuition Credit Program Coordinator
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