The Holy Family Catholic School Advisory Council is a consultative body which advises the principal and pastors on policy-related school issues. The council consists of three voting members from each of the three representative parish communities (St. George, Pope St. Pius X and St. Thomas), and an additional member-at-large voting member who is a parent of a current or future student. The principal and three pastors are also members of the council, but are non voting.
[su_quote cite=”In Christ, Joe Dahmen”]Hello, My name is Joe Dahmen. I’m the chairman of the Holy Family Catholic School Advisory Council and a representative of St. Thomas the Apostle Parish. I received 12 years of Catholic education in Spokane, Washington, before attending Washington State University. My wife Anita and I have six children, all grown with college degrees. We also have 11 grandchildren.
Holy Family’s Advisory Council is a very strong and diverse group of people who represent our local Catholic community and assist our principal and priests in bettering HFCS. In my three years on the council, I have watched HFCS experience record growth and increased community involvement. I believe our teachers, staff and volunteers are among the best in the region.
It is my privilege to welcome you on behalf of the HFCS Advisory Council. I invite you to explore our website, visit our school, and meet our extraordinary family. I am excited for you to experience all that Holy Family has to offer.[/su_quote]