Board of Trustees

School Governance and Administration The GCCS is governed by a Board of Trustees that is comprised of 11 members. All board member terms are for 1 year with the exception of the Treasurer, a 3 year term. All board members are required to complete the formal New Jersey School Board’s Association training to satisfy the mandate of the School Ethics Act (18A:12-33). There are no restrictions on the number of terms members may serve. The board meets once a month. All meetings are at the school and commence at 6:30 PM. The meetings are held in compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act.

The GCCS administrative staff includes a Director, Assistant Director and School Business Administrator. Deborah Nataloni, Director is responsible for management, supervision and evaluation of professional and non-professional employees, educational program monitoring, research and development, and overseeing school operations. Ida Elizabeth Edwards, Interim School Business Administrator is responsible for fiscal operations.

Members

  • Patrice Leatherberry, President
  • Ida Elizabeth Edwards, Interim Business Administrator
  • Lillian Cross
  • Nancy Mills
  • Kevin Inman
  • Stephanie Robinson

Ex Officio Members

  • Deborah Nataloni – School Director
  • Jessica Fisher – School Assistant Director
  • William Donio – Solicitor
  • Amy Houck – Solicitor
  • Melissa Bentley – Teacher Representative
  • Gail Marie Elliott – Teacher Representative
Learn More

Galloway Community Charter School
609-652-7118
Info@gccscharterschool.org
112 South New York Road
Galloway, NJ 08205

Important Dates and Events

July 2014
17 - Board of Trustees Meeting @ 6:30 in the faculty room
22-24 - Home Visits

August 2014
13 - First day for students
21 - Board of Trustees Meeting @ 6:30 in the faculty room

Registration

Registration for the 2014-2015 school year is currently closed. Please call Joelle Bailey at 609-652-7118 ext. 103 to learn about registration for the 2015-2016 school year.

Success Stories

Read about alumni, including Abigail Lopez and Anthony Johnson, who learned the values and treasured the knowledge here at GCCS, and went on to accomplish their personal bests.