Totino-GraceA Catholic High School in the Lasallian Tradition
As Board of Directors Co-Chairs, we can say with conviction that the Lasallian Mission is alive at Totino-Grace High School. The educational principles St. John Baptist de La Salle developed over 300 years ago are still prevalent and actively practiced at Totino-Grace today. These Lasallian ideals include the importance of providing educational opportunities to all young people, developing a strong faith life, creating a nurturing community and being of service to those in need. As members of the Board of Directors, we rely upon these principles to guide our efforts regarding the general management of the school. The entire Board of Directors exhibits a sense of personal accountability for advancing the Lasallian Mission. When someone walks through the doors of Totino-Grace High School, whether they are a student, parent, alumnus/a, member of the community, board director, teacher or staff member, they find their experience to be one they will not forget. Jim Eichten and Mary DaughertyCo-Chairpersons Email the Co-Chairpersons at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Totino-Grace Board of Directors is responsible for the general management of Totino-Grace High School. The Board has an overriding objective of ensuring that the school’s Mission and Vision Statements are incorporated in all aspects of the management of the school. The Board has formed sub-committees to assist in meeting its objectives, including but not limited to the Executive, Finance, Marketing, Advancement, Mission, Building & Grounds and an Academic Think Tank Committee. Some of the duties of the Board include review and approval of the annual budget, the annual financial audit and quarterly financial reports, tuition charges and compensation levels. The members of the Board of Directors have a wide array of skills and backgrounds that are instrumental in guiding the school’s administrative team to ensure fiscally sound general management and attention to the mission of the school.
According to the bylaws, the Board of Directors is entrusted with the general management of the Corporation, and is authorized to exercise all powers of the Corporation.
The Board has the power to delegate administrative authority for the operation of the school to a duly qualified President of the school.
The Board of Directors shall reserve the following powers:
All actions of the Totino-Grace High School Board of Directors shall be shall be subject to the rules and regulations established by the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Sarah Brenes '97 SecretaryAlumni Representative
Marian BriggsAt-Large Representative
Matt Clysdale '83At-Large Representative
Mary Daugherty '81 Co-ChairpersonAt-Large Representative
Jim Eichten Co-ChairpersonParent Representative
Caroline JaegerParent Representative
Russell King '81 TreasurerParent Representative
Jeff KuschParent Representative
Mark LampsAt-Large Representative
Joan McCormick At-Large Representative
Bruce McGrathAt-Large Representative
Sr. Dianne Perry, SSNDReligious Order Representative
Fr. Phillip RaskPriest Representative
John Reinart Parent Representative
Marty Schutz Vice-ChairpersonParent Representative
Br. Robert Smith, FSCReligious Order Representative
Gary WilmerArchdiocesan Representative
Yvette WoellAt-Large Representative
Cheri BroadheadPrincipalDr. Craig JunkerPresidentBen LentzVP for AdvancementJane NaumannRecording SecretaryBrent RehfussFaculty RepresentativeJulie SwedbergChief Financial OfficerAlexandra Gannaway '17Student RepresentativeMegan Kern '17Student Representative
Andrew Blake '99Co-Dean of StudentsDirector of Campus Ministry
Jeff Ferguson '74Co-Dean of StudentsDan VandermydeAssistant Principal
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