Posted on Thu, Oct 19, 2017
Council of Deacons Meeting
September 21, 2017
Calvary By the Sea Montessori School
We are grateful for a smooth transition with our returning and new students. The teachers have done a beautiful job preparing and maintaining our school environment. The teachers are also assisting our new students with school routines, teaching them appropriate social skills with their peers and guiding a few ESL students. It is a blessing to see everyone peacefully working independently.
3 soccer shots classes
We have 10 full-time teachers, two part-time teachers and two substitute teachers.
The school is doing well and in the black.
The Toddler program currently has 13 students and will have 14 students in October. The Primary program has 39 students.
Projects that are in process or being reviewed:
Linda Hansen agreed to serve on the Staff support committee. Patricia Wong has been working with Momi Martinez on a Director Evaluation. They are creating their own evaluation. Pat is suggesting that the COD members who have worked with Momi Martinez will be the ones to evaluate her. Momi also would like parental input.
Shelby Yuu has been out for several months due to her surgery and she currently hoping to be back October 16th. Coverage for the church office hours of 8:30 – 5:00 will be arranged by the church staff. The COD has a preference for the hours to be fully covered.
Kaui moves that the Treasurer and the Bookkeeper have access to the church office with both a key and codes. Lisa May seconded. Approved.
Mary Pat Ashby moved that the money the Youth Group earned at the Chili cookoff be used for the future projects of the Youth Group, rather than pay back the church for their trip to California last summer. Seconded by Kim Bock. Approved.
There was a discussion about how to handle budgetary items with the Youth Group. There was a general consensus to use a checking account with the Youth, and to submit receipts for reimbursement when purchasing immediate items for the meetings.
Teresa would like to have a celebration of life on her husband’s birthday November 12th, 2017. This is a celebration of Life while he is still alive, but dealing with a terminal illness. After discussion, the COD feels that this is a Care Ministry function and there was a consensus to approve this request.
Jennifer Welch, Secretary
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