Interested in becoming a School Board Member?
Our Saint Clement School Advisory Board is a collection of 9 individuals from within our school community who have a vested interest in helping our school set up and achieve goals that will enhance the overall success of the entire school community. Two of our current School Board members will be completing their terms of service at the end of the 2019-20 school year. The nominating committee of the board is now seeking candidates to fill these two vacancies. Each position carries with it a 3-year commitment of participation, beginning with the 2020-21 school year.
The School Board is an advisory group that works closely with our principal and our pastor in listening to and sharing ideas to address issues that are important to our parish school community. Through the work of its various committees (Finance, Building & Facilities, Marketing, Strategic Planning, Policy Development & Formation, and Development, Annual Fund & Alumni), the Board provides financial oversight on the school's finances and budget, monitors the condition of our building and facilities, coordinates marketing and admissions activities, assists with the development and implementation of school policy and strategic plans, and supports fundraising and development initiatives. If you would like more information please contact a member of our current board (www.stclementschool.org/parent-portal/school-board) to help answer any questions.
Board members are selected based on qualifications set forth in our by-laws and are appointed by our principal and pastor. Key qualifications for board membership are as follows:
- Interest in and commitment to the Catholic educational ministry of Saint Clement School and Saint Clement Parish;
- Current school parent whose children: (i) have attended Saint Clement School for at least 2 years, (ii) are in at least first grade, and (iii) will be attending Saint Clement School for the duration of the proposed member’s term;
- Availability to attend monthly meetings, chair a committee and actively engage in committee work;
- Capacity to give witness to Catholic, moral and ethical values within the school community and the ability to maintain high levels of integrity and confidentiality; and
- Willingness to participate in and provide leadership for development programs for the school.
Please submit a statement of interest if you would like to nominate yourself or another member of our community to serve on the School Advisory Board. Include a brief summary of your or your nominee’s experience and qualifications. Send correspondence to Liz Brown of the School Advisory Board by May 1st, 2020.