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Consultative School Board

The general responsibilities of the Consultative School Board are in the following areas: strategic planning; policy development; resource development; institutional advancement; advice and counsel with regard to financial planning, management and reporting; marketing of the school and evaluation of the board’s goals and activities.

The membership of the Consultative School Board should include the pastor, principal, parents, alumni parents, parishioners, members of the civic and local business community, and area educators. Under Canon Law and Archdiocesan guidelines, the members advise the administrative team (pastor and principal) and cannot make decisions binding for the parish education program without the approval of the administrative team (A Primer on Educational Governance in the Catholic Church, the CACE/NABE Governance Task Force, NCEA, 1998).

2019-20 SCHOOL BOARD

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:

Fr. Rich Danyluk SS.CC., Administrator

Father Chris Santangelo, SS.CC 

Deborah Marquez, Principal

Rachel Keller, President

Ed Zubiate, Vice President

Tina Montoya, Secretary

 
BOARD MEMBERS:

 

Mark Alvarado (Finance)

Daniel Annabi (Finance co-chair) 

Stephanie Baker-Roche (Catholic Identity co-chair)

Natalie Brooks Mattera

Pat Joyce (Building & Grounds)

Jeanne Koerner

John Nocero

Chris Roberts (Technology)

Jose Sanchez

Ralph Schorbach

Elenor Taylor Silva

Kristy Vena (Developing & Marketing)

Tony Vena (Policy & Planning)

Danielle Keller (PTG President / ex-officio member)
Mike Rose, Booster Club President  
HNM School Administrative Assistant Eileen Glenn


HNM School Advisory Board Meeting Dates:

 

August 19, 2019
September 16, 2019
October 21, 2019
November 18, 2019
December 9, 2019
January 13, 2020
February 10, 2020
March 16, 2020
April 20, 2020
May 18, 2020

 

 

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124 S. San Dimas Canyon Road
San Dimas, CA 91773

School Phone: (909) 542-0449
Fax Number: (909) 592-3884
Email:dmarquez@hnmschool.org
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