School Advisory Board

Mission: The School Advisory Board serves in an advisory capacity to the Pastor of OLPH Parish and the Principal of OLPH School.
The School Advisory Board is charged with advising the School in matters of Marketing, Public Relations, Policy, Finance, Tuition and Fundraising.

Advisory Board Projects
• School Directory
• School Budget
• Parish Summit
• Teacher Gift (Christmas and Year-End)
• Catholic Schools Week
• School Ambassadors
• Tuition & Fees
• School Improvement Plan
• Committee Work

Time Commitment: The Advisory Board meets the second Monday of each month. Additionally, committee meetings occur once or twice a month.

School Board News

School Advisory Board Nominations

The Role of the School Advisory Board
Every April, OLPH parish conducts an election to fill the vacancies of the OLPH School Advisory Board members whose terms expire in May. This year the parish community will elect two (2) parent members and one (1) non-parent member, each for a three (3) year term. The Board plays an important role in shaping the school's short-term and long-term plans. Their tasks include working with School Administration to assist with fundraising and PR efforts as well as, the school's operating budget and tuition schedule. The Nominating Committee is seeking qualified candidates interested in continuing the momentum generated by the Board over the last several years and contributing to the long-term success of OLPH School.
How to Apply for Candidacy
Individuals interested in being a candidate for election to the School Advisory Board will mail or deliver the completed application to the School Office or Parish Center in care of "OLPH School Advisory Board Nominating Committee" no later than Friday, March 15, 2019.Applications can be downloaded from this page on the school website or picked up in the school or parish center offices.
Review and Election
The School Advisory Board Nominating Committee will review and approve the applications. The election will be held April 5-14. School families will receive their ballots in the mail. Non-school families will go to the Parish Center to vote. The ballots will be counted on Sunday, April 14. The results will be announced thereafter. Newly elected Board members are expected to attend their first School Advisory Board meeting on Monday, May 13.
For more information...
about serving on the OLPH School Advisory Board, please contact Board Members: Dan Cahill at 773-368-4036 or Shannon Weasler at 312-203-6120.

School Advisory Board President

Shannon Weasler-President

Advisory Board Members

List of 10 members.

  • Jeff Bottcher 

  • Mr. Daniel Cahill 

  • Mrs. Barbara Carolan 

  • Mr. Peter Hendrick 

  • Mr. Martin Kearney 

  • Mrs. Bobbie MacDonald 

  • Mrs. Sinead McHugh 

  • Mr. Mark Murnane 

  • Nancy Speers 

  • Mrs. Shannon Weasler 

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