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Head of School Emeritus:
Standing Committees Of The Board Of Trustees
President for 2020-2021: Steven Karachinsky email@example.com
- Assists the President in setting and managing the annual and monthly agendas for meetings of the Board of Trustees in accordance with the strategic priorities of the school.
- Meets approximately 10 times per year.
- Limited to the President, the Vice-President and the Treasurer.
Finance & Audit
Acts in cooperation with the Head of School to oversee the operational finances of the school. Reports on the overall management and supervision of the financial affairs of SSA. Prepares the annual budget and reviews budget updates, oversees all investments of the school, reviews and advises Board to approve financial statements and interacts with auditors. Background in accounting, finance, or business is an asset. Meets approximately 6 times per year.
Oversees, reports on and makes recommendations concerning the long term operation and maintenance of the school’s facilities and grounds and major capital expenditures. Background in real estate management, construction, architecture, or engineering is an asset. Number of meetings varies depending on the construction project in place.
To develop and implement HR processes, procedures and documents such as a performance review process, contract templates and HR policies and to assist the Head of School in managing legal and human resources matters. Meets approximately 6-10 times per year.
Committees reporting to the Head of School; Steven Erdelyi
Head of School Advisory
Provides support, advice & recommendations to the Head of School and to his team on matters that are brought before this committee.
Risk & Safety
Reviews policies and procedures of the school. Makes recommendations concerning program and equipment needs to ensure the safety and security of both the children and staff.
Parent Advisory Committee
The Amiel Early Childhood Centre has a Parent Advisory Committee that works in conjunction with the Director of Early Childhood Education to better the experience of the children and the parents in our school. P.A.C. was established 9 years ago to fulfill the government’s requirements, provide a place for parents to be involved and make the preschool shine. Must have a child in Jr. Pre-K or Pre-K.
Makes recommendations concerning major hardware and software purchases, SSA website design, email requirements, and system configurations. Meets 4 to 6 times per year.
Provides medical advice to the Board, and Administration on medical issues brought to the committee’s attention. Members should be physicians, nurses, or lawyers. Is under the umbrella of the Risk Management Committee. The committee meets infrequently, as needed.