School Board

The purpose of the Saint Joseph Regional School Board is to promote and advance the mission of Saint Joseph Regional School for the education and instruction of students in assisting them to reach the fullness of the Catholic life.  They are responsible for the long-term well-being of our school, and board members serve as guardians of our mission.

The School Board is involved in assisting in the determination of overall policies in matters relating to education, including but not limited to: enrollment, tuition, budget, and facilities and through strategic planning, they set the course for our future development.  The School Board is not involved in the day-to-day running of school operations, nor are they involved in the admissions process. Each Board Member gives a tremendous amount of their time on behalf of the school and each considers it an honor to do so. Other than the gratitude of our school community, there is no form of compensation or tuition reimbursement.  The board is comprised of members chosen from current parents, alumni and alumni parents, and community members whose expertise is of value to the school. The Principal serves as an ex-officio member of the board.

Sean Taylor, Chairperson
David Hughes, Vice Chair
Janeen Yacovelli, Secretary
Ted Pugliese, Non-voting
Ellen Fletcher, de-facto

Mary Gilbert, Enrollment Chair
Joseph Johnston, Finance Chair
Joyce Klemic, Membership Chair
Robert Lewis, Facilities Chair
Barbara Ridge, Development Chair

Kim Cerchiaro
Kate Lefke
Jeanne Rowe
Kevin Ulrich

2016-17 Annual Fund

Always Forward is your annual gift to Saint Joseph Regional School in action! It is all of us reaching out with the love and charity of Jesus. We encourage all families to make a meaningful gift as we strive for 100% participation.

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11 Harbor Lane, Somers Point, NJ 08244
P: 609.927.2228 // F: 609.927.7834

Saint Joseph Regional School is located within Somers Point, NJ.  With close proximity to Atlantic and Cape May counties, it is a short drive to surrounding areas like Ocean City and Absecon Island.

A Diocese of Camden Catholic School Serving Preschool to Grade 8

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