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School Commission - Serving Our School


Our Lady of Lourdes School Commission meets monthly. The majority of meetings are closed due to the sensitive nature of the information being discussed. We welcome parents who would like to bring an item to the commission‚Äôs attention. The item must be approved by the Principal who could opt to add it to the meeting agenda. For all sensitive conversations, the meeting will move to executive session and guests will be asked to leave. Members of the School Commission go through training about expectations regarding issues that require confidentiality, and we want to make sure all of those topics are handled with great care. Each commissioner is paired with a faculty or staff member and is responsible for one area of the school, as noted below.

Responsibilities of the School Commission:

  1. To model faith community in spirit of cooperation and interdependence

  2. Develop policies that will enable the school to reach its goals

  3. Review and advise on the annual school budget and available funding

  4. Act as public relations arm of the school

  5. Develop future visions and plans for the school

  6. Collaborate with the Pastor in hiring the Principal to administer the school and to implement both Archdiocesan and local policies

2018-2019 School Commission Members

  1. David Bottoms, Chair

  2. Holly Rogers, Principal

  3. Fr. Woody McCallister, Pastor

  4. Vikki Pynenburg, Development Director

  5. Kristin Kjolsing-Liedl, PALS President

  6. Kelly Graeme, Extracurricular

  7. JonAlan Page, Finance

  8. Connor Savage, Marketing & Enrollment

  9. Esteban Delgadillo, Administration & Accreditation

  10. Malena Whitehouse, Diversity & Catholic Identity

  11. Laura Mancuso, School Environment and Culture 

  12. Becki Hundt, School Administrator

  13. Matthew Ellis, Facilities & Safety

Testimonial

"This is an excellent school. My son transitioned from public school this year for the 6th grade. The children were welcoming and the teachers are excellent!"

Rob Norwood, Parent

Grade schoolers doing service