STV School Board
The St. Thomas of Villanova School Board is the policy making and advisory body of the school. The School Board members are elected for a three-year term and provide counsel and advice to the pastor and the principal in the operation of the school. The St. Thomas of Villanova School Board consists of nine elected members, as well as the Principal and the Pastor.
Board members serve on several subcommittees, including Finance, Technology, Marketing, Fundraising, Alumni Communication, Grants/Scholarships and Long-Range Planning.
St. Thomas of Villanova School Board meetings are generally held on the second or third Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m, with a few exceptions due to scheduling. The meetings are usually held in Meeting Room 2 in the school building. Parents are welcome to attend any school board meetings.
Please consult the online calendar for up-to-date meeting dates and changes.
If you would like to add any items to the agenda for the next school board meeting, contact Val Zemko at email@example.com.
Any interested parishioner can serve as a member of the School Board. Those interested in serving are invited to attend monthly meetings during the school year to observe how these meetings are conducted. Candidates need not have children attending St. Thomas of Villanova School, but they must be registered parishioners and have a working knowledge of the school’s activities, mission and structure.
School Board members serve for a three-year term and elections are held every Spring. For further information about the School Board, please contact the school office.