The purpose of the School Advisory Board is to function as a consultative body to the Principal and Pastor in matters relating to Christ the King School. Consultative means that members cannot make decisions binding on Christ the King School without the approval of the Pastor and/or the Principal. Consultative also means that decisions will not be made in major matters until and unless the School Board has been consulted.
The School Advisory Board will have the following specific responsibilities which will be carried out through the work by its subcommittees:
Public Relations: To promote a clear understanding and communication of the mutual educational and faith responsibility of parents, teachers and administration. To advertise and promote Christ the King School as a Christian community.
Policy Development: To develop and recommend to the Pastor with the support of the Principal, policies (which shall be compatible with diocesan policies) to assist the Principal in his/her administration of the school.
Finance: To develop, in consultation with the Principal and subject to the Pastor and Finance Council’s approval, an annual budget for the school and propose funding sources for the budget.
Planning: To assist the school in achieving its goal of providing quality Catholic education to students, including major curriculum changes and long and short-term goal planning.
Marketing & Recruiting: To assist the school in developing and implementing marketing strategies, and to assist the Principal in evaluating and developing strategies to ensure that the school is positioned to retain existing school families and prepared to recruit new students and families through diverse methodologies.
T.L.C.: To promote and support Trust, Loyalty, and Cooperation between school families, school administration and faculty, and Parish staff.
In addition, the School Board participates in the selection process and annual evaluation of the Principal.
Contact Marrisa (firstname.lastname@example.org) the current President, for more information