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Parish Leadership

School Board

About the School Board

St. Mary's School Board is an advisory board established by the pastor to assist him and the school administrators in developing and implementing the mission and vision for the schools and the governance of the education program. The Board participates in the policymaking process by formulating, adapting and recommending policy to the person with authority to enact it. The Board’s advice and recommendations are focused primarily at the strategic level. The board participates in the implementation by bringing their expertise and experience to areas delineated below. The responsibility of the Board is to assist the Pastor in assuring the assets and personnel of the schools are used to promote and strengthen the schools and the parish community.
 
The Board has responsibilities to advise the Pastor related to the following areas:
 
1.      Strategic Planning
2.      Policy Development
3.      Budget Development
4.      Facility Planning
5.      Evaluation of Board/President
6.      Public Relations/Marketing/Admissions
7.      Advancement
8.      Legislative Advocacy
 
The Board will not have an Academic or Education committee. The School President, school Principals and faculty make academic decisions in accordance with the Archdiocesan Course of Study.

Contact:  Tom Kupstas, Chair
E-mail: tfk@kupstascpa.com

Tom Kupstas
Faye Currie
Jim Galligan
Frank Hurd
Donald Lundblad
Timothy Elliott
Lindsay Radice
Christie Sides, Home and School Association President
Amy Spittler, Parent Faculty Association President
 
Ex-Officio School Board Members:
Fr. John Tizio, CSsR, Pastor 
Fred Haller, School President
Rebecca Zimmerman, St. Mary's Elementary School Principal
Mindi Imes, St. Mary's High School Principal
Pam Bukowski, Representative from the Pastoral Council
St. Mary’s Parish, a Catholic congregation served by the Redemptorist Order, includes St. Mary’s Church and St. John Neumann Mission Church. St. Mary's Elementary and High School located in downtown Annapolis, Maryland, serve students in grades Kindergarten through 12. Anchored in faith, rooted in tradition, and committed to excellence, our programs build lifelong learners who are servant leaders.