Consultative School Boards
Every elementary school in the
Archdiocese of Los Angeles may have a consultative school board.
A consultative school board could assist and consult on issues such as planning, policy development, financing, development, technology, public relations, buildings and grounds, alumni relations, marketing and evaluation of the board's goals, and activities of the board. The consultative school board would be required to work with other established groups in the school and parish community, including the
parent-teacher organization, the parish council, and the
Parish Finance Council. No more than one-third of the board membership should be the parents/guardians of currently enrolled students.
Schools that wish to establish a consultative school board should contact the
assistant superintendent at the Department of Catholic Schools to obtain assistance and models for investigation, education, and planning. See the
Elementary School Consultative School Board: Constitution and Bylaws (sample).