Board Committees

Audit Committee

The Audit Committee’s primary role is to hire and oversee the selection of and the relationship with an independent accounting firm to conduct the school’s annual financial audit. The committee presents findings and recommendations to the Board of Trustees and files the state-required annual audit report.

Nominations Committee

The Nominations Committee’s primary role is to monitor the size and composition of the board and its committees year-round, and to recruit, interview and recommend qualified candidates to fill vacancies as necessary. The committee strives to identify candidates that reflect a balance of traits including (but not limited to) geography, gender, skill sets, minority representation, perspectives and areas of expertise. The committee also works closely with the Board Chair to provide ongoing professional development to current Trustees, and orientation training to new members.

Ownership Linkage Committee

The Ownership Linkage Committee’s primary role is to facilitate two-way communication between the Head of School and the school community. We work with the Head of School to bring attention and input to matters of governance, school effectiveness and planning for the future.

Committee Volunteer Opportunities:

If you are interested in learning more about volunteering with one of the Board of Trustees committees, please contact the Chair directly, or send an email to:

Note: All committees of the Board of Trustees are subject to Massachusetts General Law (MGL) Open Meeting Law, G.L. c. 30A 18-25 as defined by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Committees may allow time for public comment, as permitted by the Chair. A desire to comment at a board committee meeting should be submitted 24 hours in advance, via email, to the committee Chair. Please provide as much detail as possible when submitting your request.