School on the Green Board of Directors
Since 1972, School on the Green has been managed by a Board of Directors, which is comprised of parents of enrolled students as well as a percentage of non-parents. The board works together to ensure that the school remains compliant with state regulations and school policies, as well as performs functions that significantly enhance the services provided to students and parents.
Each April, the Governance committee will nominate candidates for the upcoming Board of Directors. Parents and other members of the community are encouraged to join the board for the upcoming school year. The final vote takes place at the annual Board of Directors meeting in May. It is not a requirement, nor is it necessary, to have held a previous board seat in order to be considered for any position on the board. The monthly responsibilities for each position are clearly defined in a written manual, and retired board members are available for questions. Anyone interested in becoming a board member should contact the school.
Erika Perrin, President:
Amanda Golovin: Amanda has been with SOTG for 7 years; this is her 6th year on the Board of Directors. Her three older boys, Elian, Lorenzo, and Marco are SOTG graduates. Her son Felix is attending this year. She serves on the the events and governance committees. Why did you chose SOTG? “There are so many things that I love about SOTG. The mixed age classroom really appealed to us, as did the warm and loving environment. From the very beginning, we knew that SOTG was the perfect place for our children to learn to love school.”
Fiona Bohane, Co-President: Fiona is in her second year as a SOTG parent and board member. Fiona is Co-president and also serves on the fundraising committee. Why did you choose SOTG? My husband and I chose SOTG because we loved that we could be active participants in our daughters first experience with formal education. The teachers are wonderful, and they’ve created in the classroom a warm, creative and nurturing environment where our daughter has grown and learned more than we could have hoped for.