Board of Directors Committees

LCS Foundation

The Loveland Classical Schools Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization created to assist and facilitate Loveland Classical Schools (LCS) financially through coordinating fundraising activities, perusing and obtaining grants, and searching for and receiving donations. The general purpose, appointments, composition, and responsibilities are listed here.
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Finance Committee

The Finance Committee is commissioned by and responsible to the Board of Directors. It has the responsibility for working with the Principal and Business Manager to create the upcoming fiscal year budget, presenting budget recommendations to the Board, monitoring implementation of the approved budget on a regular basis, and recommending proposed budget revisions, recommending to the Board appropriate policies for the management of the charter school’s assets. The Finance Committee is assisted by the Principal and Business Manager. The general purpose, appointments, composition, and responsibilities are listed here.
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School Accountability Committee

The SAC is a team that bridges the community to the board of directors. This team conducts parent/staff/student satisfaction surveys, fields grievances from the public that are not able to be resolved by the staff, and provides data and advice to the board of directors. The general purpose, appointments, composition, and responsibilities are listed here.
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Marketing Committee

The Marketing Committee is commissioned by and responsible to the LCS board of directors. It has the responsibility for working with a board liaison to the committee to ensure LCS has a strategic marketing plan (SMP) that meets the current and future needs of the school, helps to direct the implementation plans of the SMP and tracks metrics associated with the SMP and the implementation plans.
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Board Development Committee

The Board Development Committee is commissioned by and responsible to the board of directors to assume the primary responsibility for matters pertaining to board of director's recruitment, nominations, orientation, training, and evaluation in accordance with the bylaws of the charter school as well as established policies and practices approved by the board of directors.
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