Immaculate Conception School has a local school board in accordance with the regulations adopted by the Diocesan Board of Education.
According to the Code of Canon Law, diocesan school boards are consultative. Actions of the school board become effective only upon the approval of the pastor.
Responsibilities of the school board include developing and adopting policies that are compatible with diocesan policies, assisting the pastor and principal in formulating the annual budget and determining sources of funding it, and representing the constituency of the school.
The board will consist of no fewer than five (5) and no more than nine (9) voting members. Membership on the board will be for a term of three (3) years with the provision made for replacement on a staggered basis. Nominations for school board vacancies are advertised each spring and appointments are made after the nomination period. Membership of the board consists of active parishioners with or without children in school and a non-parish representative.
School board meetings are generally scheduled for the third Tuesday of each month during the school year. Some board meetings are open to non-members. Items to be put on the agenda must be presented to the president or principal in advance of the agenda meeting which is held at least seven (7) days prior to a scheduled board meeting date.
The school board reserves the right to amend policies during the school year.
A list of the current school board members follows.
|At Large Members||Ken Rossi|
|Henry Udouj, Jr.|
The principal is an ex-officio member of the school board.
The pastor is a voting member of the school board.