Boards / Councils

School Advisory

St. Gregory Barbarigo School Advisory is a consultative body to the pastor of the parish and the principal of the school. The School Advisory Council advises the pastor and principal on matters such as: planning, policy formulation, finances (including the development, approval and monitoring of a budget), development (including public relations and marketing), and annual evaluation of school goals and plans. The School Advisory Council consists of seven to nine members who serve a three-year term.  The pastor and principal are non-voting members. Meetings are held monthly on the third Thursday.  If needed, elections for new advisory members will be held each spring  before the June meeting.  Applications for the St. Gregory School Advisory Council are available in the school office.

2020-21  School Advisory

  • JR Kurz, President
  • Toni Eckley, Vice President
  • Stacey Liebhart, Secretary
  • Jacqui Conn
  • Charles Badami
  • Becky Jaster
  • Tricia Knowles
  • Ian Myers

Local Parent / Teacher Organization (PTO)

The St. Gregory Barbarigo PTO is made up of the parents of students of the school and the faculty/staff. Its purpose is two-fold. As a moneymaking organization, the PTO sponsors projects throughout the year to help provide equipment, supplies, library books, study trips, and other enrichment activities within the school. The second purpose of the PTO is to provide a liaison between the faculty and the parents of the St. Gregory Barbarigo School in order to develop and strengthen the communication between school and the home. All parents are encouraged to attend the general meetings and participate as volunteers. PTO officers are elected each April. Executive meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month.

2020-21 PTO Board

  • Miraya Barmann, President
  • Ashley Greeley, Vice President
  • Tabitha Frank, Secretary
  • Paula Cobb, Treasurer
  • Traci Snyders, Publicity
  • Margaret Branner, Volunteer
  • Shelly Stiens, Erin Kinderknecht, Sarah Kurz   Members at Large