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Fr. Paul Appel
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JOB DESCRIPTION FOR PRINCE OF PEACE REPRESENTATIVES TO THE PRINCE OF PEACE CATHOLIC SCHOOL BOARD
Members of the parish, twenty-one years of age or older, shall serve as Prince of Peace representatives to the Prince of Peace Catholic School Board.
Each representative on the Prince of Peace Catholic School Board shall be elected for a three-year term, renewable one time. Three members shall be elected each year so that the terms are staggered.
Any confirmed adult, twenty-one years of age or older, who has been a registered member of the parish for at least one year is eligible to seek election. The candidate must be a member in good standing with the school and the parish.
Persons seeking election should realize that a substantive portion of Prince of Peace Parish budget is allocated to support Prince of Peace Catholic School and that as members of the School Board they are to represent the interests of all members of the parish.
As a parish representative, a person seeking election should be mindful of the needs and interests of our parish and the goals of Prince of Peace Catholic School as they fulfill the responsibilities of a board member to:
Insure compliance with the laws of the state, diocesan policy, and Roman Catholic Church doctrine;
Develop the budget and collect and disburse the financial resources necessary for operation;
Provide and maintain necessary facilities;
Formulate educational and financial policy to guide the administration in enhancing the quality of education;
Conduct an annual evaluation of the performance of the chief administrator.
Currently, The Prince of Peace Catholic School Board meets monthly on the fourth Wednesday of every month. In addition to regular attendance at the monthly board meetings, board members will also serve on two or more of the standing committees.
The Prince of Peace representatives to the Prince of Peace Catholic School Board are directly accountable to the pastor of Prince of Peace Parish.