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Board of Education

The Holy Trinity Board of Education affirms its support of the school, student responsibilities and discipline policy. The Board’s intent is to support school staff who enforce these policies and hold school staff accountable for the implementation of these policies.

The Holy Trinity Board of Education meets on the second Thursday of each month. Board of Education meetings begin at 6:00 PM in the school building. Meetings are open to the public. All who are interested are encouraged to attend.

The BOE will be voting on a revised constitution at their meeting on April 2nd. Text available here. Please email with any questions or concerns.

The role of the Board of Education is to:

  • Consult and Give Advice
  • Make Suggestions and Recommendations
  • Give Encouragement and Support
  • Establishes Policy
  • Appraise Educational Programs and Activities
  • Represent the Members of the Parish/School
  • Encourage Parents to Communicate Directly with the Teacher and/or Administration

2018-2019 Board of Education Members

Rev. Mark Neal, Pastor
Anne Franklin, Principal

Third Year Representatives
Erin Grillot, President
Jolene Edgington
Shane Ramaeker

Second Year Representatives
Susan Fenton, VP
Mike Johnson
Matt Koester

First Year Representatives
Christa Baker
Tim Hanrahan
Brant Kahler

Board of Education Communication Channels – Grievance Procedure

Policy 310.2

If an occasion arises when a parent or student wishes to register a concern, the school teacher or staff member involved shall be consulted first.

After the concern has been discussed with each person involved and the student or parent does not feel an agreement has been established, then persons registering the concern need to contact the school principal. The principal will then decided upon further action.

If the concern is still not resolved after consulting with all levels of school personnel, then the concern may be taken to the Board of Education.

If a concern is of an administrative nature, the principal shall be consulted first. After consulting with the principal and the problem is still not resolved, then the concern may be taken to the Board of Education.

Policy Adopted: September 2000

Policy Reviewed: May 2005