St. Paul's School Board

The St. Paul's Lutheran School Board is made up of both St. Paul's church members and school parents.

The board meets once each month to discuss issues pertinent to the school including areas such as: curriculum, staffing, policies, strategic planning, budgets, testing, and other school needs.

Here is a copy of our most current St. Paul's Lutheran School and Childcare Center Policy (the manual is under review and will be posted again soon)

The school board consists of five voting members and a chairman. Board members hold office for 2 years and may run for 2 consecutive terms. Two of the members are voted on by school parents and parents are notified when positions are up for nomination and election. The other 3 board members and chair are nominated and elected by St. Paul's Church. The board also has staff representatives at each meeting from each school campus, the child care center, and the church. School Board meetings are generally held the 3rd Thursday of each month at St. Paul's Church beginning at 6:00 PM.

Should a parent wish to present concerns, requests, or information to the school board, they may provide their contact information to the school office. A board member will contact them for possible scheduling and additional detail.