St. Martin’s Church Vestry delegates oversight of St. Martin's-in-the-Field Episcopal School to a self-perpetuating Board of Trustees dedicated to the long term success of the School. NYSAIS Schools. The goal was to offer a developmentally appropriate early childhood program for children in the neighborhood. The Trustees select the President, oversee all faculty and senior administrative appointments, monitor the budget, supervise the endowment, and protect University property. It is the responsibility of the Board to oversee the actions of the headmaster in these endeavors. Brandon Baer, Stuart Baldwin (RPA President), Samantha Topping Gellert, Simon Gerson, Marjorie Goldsmith, Jessica Harris, Meredith Imber, Katie Klein, Gregory Ley, Sharon Lickerman (Head of School), Sarah Messmore (Faculty Rep.), Casey Moore (Treasurer), Meredith O’Brien, Antonio Perez–Marques (Board Chair), Karan Sehgal, Michael Shuman, Father Swain, Christine Wynne. REDS is an independent Episcopal Montessori school founded in 1990 by the Church of the Resurrection. The full Board meets monthly; standing committees meet in frequent working sessions and additional monthly meetings. Our trustees are: Deidre Bacala, Vice President Carissa Brown Audra Chavis, Parliamentarian Amanda Doran Arturo Del Castillo Bobby DeVilbiss Karen Drawz Melissa Eakes, President Jill Elliott, Secretary The 18-member Board is comprised of present and past parents, community members, educators, members of the Vestry, the Head of School, Rector of the Church of the Resurrection, a representative of the faculty and the president of the Parents Association. The Rt. I'm honored to serve on the school board to do what I can to help sustain and grow the school and community we value so much.”, BS in Biomedical Science, Texas A&M University, Vice President for Student Success - Lone Star College, University Park, PhD, Texas A&M University, Educational Administration in Higher Education -, MEd, University of South Carolina, Student Personnel Services, BBA, Texas A&M University, Marketing/Management, "I appreciate the opportunity to serve St. Stephen’s School where I know that each student’s mind and soul are being fed and that the values I love in my church community are reflected in meaningful ways. The Trustees usually meet monthly on the third Wednesday, excluding July and August, and report annually to the diocesan convention on the funds committed to their care. It serves in an administrative and consultative capacity to that body on matters affecting the school. The Board delegates to the Head of School the daily operations of the institution according to Board policy. Board of Trustees Meeting 8:00am-12:00pm TBD NYPR Board of Trustees Members as of June 22, 2020 Mayo S. Stuntz, Jr., Chair Tanuja M. Dehne, Vice Chair Timothy A. All funds and property of the Diocese of Western New York held for investment are entrusted to the Trustees. Dr. Timothy Chiu is president of the New York Theological Education Center Chinese Online School of Theology. Members of the Administration include Heads of the Lower and Middle Schools, Chief Operating Officer, Director of Enrollment Management, Director of Development and Alumni Relations, Director of Marketing and Communications, Director of Educational Technology, and the school Chaplain. The Reynolds Funds are administered by the Trustees, and provide grants to congregations, particularly in the areas of Church Development and Growth, Expansion of Mission and Outreach, Starting New Ministries, and Collaborative Ministries. Trustee workshops and outside consultation keep the board aligned with its responsibilities. Rev. Ian T. Douglas, Ph.D. is Bishop Diocesan of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut. 35 East 69th Street, New York, New York 10021 | Phone 212-879-9764 | Fax 212-288-7505 | info@episcopalschool.org Board of Trustees. We are committed to maintaining a healthy balance between a non-competitive, supportive environment and a challenging experience through which children develop a strong sense of values and a positive image of themselves and of school. Building & Grounds Committee (School Board Representative). The Head of School, as educational leader, is responsible for implementing Board policy, hiring faculty and professional staff, and the daily operational management of the school. The Board delegates to the Head of School the daily operations of the institution according to Board policy. J. Richard Leaman, III ’80 Ryan D. Limaye ’90 William L. Lo Dr. T.J. Locke Christopher K. McHugh Robert S. McMenamin ’76 Four funds are currently provided: Quarterly statements are mailed to all participants. Board of Trustees Bishop Noland Episcopal Day School Board of Trustees is constituted by the authority of the Vestry of the Church of the Good Shepherd. The Certificate of Incorporation of the Diocese of Western New York (1922) and the diocesan canons provide for the diocesan trustees, which consists of the bishop, two members of the clergy, four lay persons elected by the annual convention. BA, Abilene Christian University, Mathematics, Architect - Roger’s Partners - Architects and Urban Designers, BA and BArch, Rice University; MLA, University of Pennsylvania, “St Stephen's is our community - it's where our children learn and where our family worships. ... New York independent schools and serves as an accrediting body chartered by the New York State Board of Regents. Two trustees are elected each year to serve for a term of three years. ", Attorney - Arbitration, Securities Law, and Mediation, B.S., Computer Science,  Queen’s University, Canada, B.S., Engineering Chemistry, Queen’s University, Canada, “I volunteer to help build a better community.”, Associate Vice Chancellor Student Affairs - University of Houston System, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs - University of Houston, Ed.D., Indiana University, Student Affairs and Higher Education, MS.Ed., University of Miami, Higher Educational Leadership, BS, Syracuse University, Personnel and Industrial Relations, “I am honored to serve on the School Board as my investment in our future. I believe in the curriculum, our students and faculty, and the talented staff who lead the school.”, “I genuinely love the community at St. Stephen’s and am honored to serve on the Board during this important time as the school expands and continues to grow and nurture curious thinkers.”, “I strongly believe in Montessori education and adore the progressive, thoughtful, creative community of parishioners and school families at St. Stephen’s.”, © 2020 St. Stephen's Episcopal School , All Rights Reserved, Link to: https://www.facebook.com/epischool/, Link to: http://instagram.com/ssesh_bulldogs, Link to: https://www.youtube.com/user/SSESHTX, Link to: https://www.yelp.com/biz/st-stephens-episcopal-school-houston-houston-2. Each year the Board sets and approves the budget as a financial expression of policy decisions. Overall governance of the University lies in the hands of its 24-member Board of Trustees. REDS is an independent Episcopal Montessori school founded in 1990 by the Church of the Resurrection. Together, they are positioning EDS to continue being an exceptional educational opportunity in the area for the next generation of students. Board of Trustees. A breakdown of operating revenue and operating expenses can be found in the Annual Report, published each fall. The Board offers the financial expertise and vision necessary to keep the school healthy for years to come. We seek, in a Judeo-Christian setting, to give children the best possible preparation for their ongoing education, as well as for a rewarding life. … Randi Hicks Rowe – St. Andrews, Burt (2022), Ms. Karen Gengo – St. Patrick’s, Cheektowaga (2020), Mr. Arthur Henning – St. Paul’s, Harris Hill (2020), The Rev. The Board of Trustees helps formulate policy, stewards the school's assets, and selects, retains, and counsels the Head of School. 35 East 69th Street, New York, New York 10021. Each year the Board sets and approves the budget as a financial expression of policy decisions. Matthew Lincoln – Trinity, Buffalo (2022), Ms. Denise Mlynorick – Trinity, Buffalo (2021), The Hon. Our Mission Our Partnership Our Bishop Bishop’s Staff Our Congregations Diocesan Ministry Center Governance Employment Diocesan Convention, Congregational Management For Clergy Transition Ministry Safeguarding God’s People Constitution and Canons Forms Simple Prayer and Praise, Commission to Dismantle Racism and Discrimination Spiritual Formation Youth and Young Adults Episcopal Church Women, 1064 Brighton Road Tonawanda, NY 14150 716.881.0660, Episcopal Diocese of Northwestern Pennsylvania, 145 West 6th Street Erie, PA 16501 814.456.4203, Commission to Dismantle Racism and Discrimination, The Very Rev. The mission of the Episcopal School is to provide a traditional early childhood program. For information about the Western New York Episcopal Diocesan Investment Trust please call Maria Manocchio. ", "I wanted to be more involved on campus, and when I was asked to join the Board of Trustees, it was the perfect opportunity. The School was established as an autonomous, non-denominational institution with an independent, self-perpetuating Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees helps formulate policy, stewards the school's assets, and selects, retains, and counsels the Head of School. A breakdown of operating revenue and operating expenses can be found in the Annual Report, published each fall. Welcome to The Episcopal School! We strive to help each child develop socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually and to fulfill his or her potential in a structured yet nurturing environment. In January 1962, the School moved into two classrooms leased from the Church of the Resurrection. Timothy and his wife, May, both were born and raised in Hong Kong. The Board of Trustees and the RPA support and advance the mission of the school. Thaddeus (Tad) B. Bird became Head of School of All Saints’ Episcopal School of Fort Worth in July 1998. The Board delegates to the headmaster the responsibility for leading the school and designing and implementing the curriculum to meet the goals … 2020-21 Trustees, Cont'd. 35 East 69th Street, New York, New York 10021 | Phone 212-879-9764 | Fax 212-288-7505 | info@episcopalschool.org Working with the administration and other strong community leaders to plan St. Stephen's future is such a rewarding experience. In the fall of that year, two additional classrooms were leased and the enrollment grew to seventy children. Rose Sconiers – St. Philip’s, Buffalo (2021). Whoever touches the life of the child touches the most sensitive point of a whole, which has roots in the most distant past and climbs towards the infinite future. The board of trustees of EDS is a group of 13 individuals, all of whom are deeply committed to the future of the school. Board members keep their eyes on the big picture, safeguarding our mission long-term while leaving day-to-day operations to the Head of School. The Episcopal School in the City of New York was founded in 1961 by representatives of six nearby Episcopal parishes. In addition, the Trustees manage a fund that benefits of the Anglican Diocese of Belize. The Trustees usually meet monthly on the third Wednesday, excluding July and August, and report annually to the diocesan convention on the funds committed to their care. They also sponsor the Western New York Episcopal Diocesan Investment Trust, available to congregations and agencies of the church for investment purposes.