Who Runs St. Paul Lutheran School?
St. Paul Lutheran School operates as a ministry of St. Paul Lutheran Church. Therefore, it is governed by a board established by the church constitution.
The formal name of the leadership is the Board of Christian Day School, but it is commonly known as the School Board. Board membership is drawn from active members of St. Paul Lutheran Church. Candidate are nominated by the existing board members and approved by the Board of Trustees. From the membership of the board, a president, vice-president and secretary are elected. The senior pastor and school principal serve on the board as ex officio members and are non-voting. One faculty member serves as a teacher representative.
The Board of Christian Day School meets monthly on the third Tuesday. Guests are welcome and are asked to notify the board president of the intention to attend. Guests may speak at a board meeting with prior notification to the board president.
Communication with Board of Christian Day School president and members may be channeled through the school office.