The Board of Education of Our Lady of Victory Parish is responsible for all of the educational programs of the parish. It has nine elected lay voting members. The pastor is also a voting member. Ex officio members include the principal, the religious education coordinator, and the youth ministry coordinator. The board meets at 7:00 p.m. on the first Tuesday of the month in the Gathering Space Meeting Room. Meetings are open to visitors, except when the board goes into closed session to discuss a matter requiring confidentiality.
- Fr. Jake Greiner
- Patrick Archer, President
- Heather Egger, Vice President
- Lisa Stachula, Secretary
- Sara Langrehr
- Todd Morris
- Corby Jackson
- Lucas Roth
- Peter Schuster
- Lisa Snider
February 2015 – no meeting
February 2014 – no meeting
Standing and Special Committees
Grant Writing Committee
Will develop plans and identify third source funding for educational needs.
Marketing/Public Relations Committee
Will develop plans to promote a positive image and awareness of the parish school and faith formation programs in the parish and Davenport community and to address enrollment and public relations.
Will work to develop, review and recommend the proposed budget for full Board approval.
Will identify and recruit candidates for the future Board membership and oversee the nomination process.
Will review at least 1/3 of the current policies and make recommendations regarding changes, additions, deletions, and formulate new policies for the Board of Education approval.
Strategic Planning Committee
Will periodically review the mission, set goals, identifying strategies and developing short-term and long-term plans to continuously improve the Catholic education opportunities for all parishioners.
Generations of Faith Committee
Will review and set goals for existing Faith Formation programs, collaborate with JFK Catholic School, and assist in the budgeting process and calender coordination and planning for facilties.
School Improvement Advisory Committee
The School Improvement Advisory Committee (SIAC) is required by the state of Iowa to be board approved with membership including students, parents, teachers, administrators, and community representatives. Its state required purpose is to make recommendations to the board regarding annual improvement goals and progress in reading, math, science, and locally determined areas. Given its broad constituency, the SIAC may also be used by the administration or board to provide feedback concerning other school-related issues.