The Holy Trinity School Advisory Board (SAB) is comprised of parents, alumni, parishioners and community leaders.
The SAB provides strategic advice and assistance to Holy Trinity School’s pastor-principal leadership team in the governance of the school and the delivery of the school’s mission. The SAB fulfills its purpose and exercises its function in accord with the mission and goals of the parish and Society of Jesus, and the goals, policies and regulations of the Archdioceses of Washington.
The membership of the Board consists of the Pastor, Principal and a minimum of 11 voting members, who shall include:
- Officers of the Board
- The School Finance Committee chair
- Liaisons to Parish Committees, including but not limited to: Communications and Marketing Committee, Stewardship and Development Committee, Parish Finance Council, and Parish Pastoral Council
- No fewer than four advisors that represent key parish constituencies
- The HSA President
Members of the SAB are recommended by the Nominations Committee of the SAB, selected by the principal and approved by the pastor. Members serve a term of three years and may serve up to two consecutive terms. New SAB members are appointed each spring.
SAB Members for 2017-2018
President: Armando Bonilla
Communications Officer: Andrea Flanagan
Immediate Past-President: John Dolan
Principal: Charlie Hennessy
Pastor: Rev. C. Kevin Gillespie, S.J.
Budget & Finance Committee Chair, Parish Finance Council Representative: Adam Van Fossen
Nominations Committee Chair:
Curriculum and Standards Committee Chair: Charlie Hennessy
Advisor (past parent):
Advisor (Jesuit Network Liaison): Michael Guerra
Advisors: Rev. Joseph Lingan, S.J., Malcolm McCluskey, Ronnie Ross, Marcus Washington
Communications and Marketing Committee Liaison: Tamra Moore
Stewardship and Development Committee Liaison: Bob Ewald
To contact a member of the SAB, or to inquire about the nominations process, please send an email to HTS.SAB@gmail.com or contact the school office.
Holy Trinity School’s Strategic Plan was developed in 2010-2011. The 2017-2018 school year marks the seventh year of implementation for the strategic plan. A copy of the June 2015 update may be found on the Strategic Plan page.