Accountability of School OrganizationsAll adult groups, organizations, societies, clubs and committees within the school committee related directly, or indirectly, are accountable to the St. Augustine Catholic School Committee, because it serves as the coordinating and unifying body of the school. The School Committee's concern is always for the welfare of the school as a whole, and for unifying the work of the school organizations. It is at the organizational level that the practical working out of the Committee's decisions takes place.
Therefore, each organization is required to send a representative as a non-voting member to all monthly open meetings to present their minutes, explain any activities or decisions, and to report back to their organization the activities of the School Committee. If a representative is unable to attend, a written report must be presented to the principal, or to the School Committee's president at least five days prior to each monthly School Committee meeting.