health of the school depends upon having a responsible and effective system of governance which
assures that the school remains true to its mission and has the necessary
resources to support its operation".
of Trustees’responsibilities include but are not limited to:
·Being responsible for the institution
and its mission as a whole, and not for the separate constituencies.
·Planning, developing and establishing
·Setting the policy of the financial
condition of the school, approving budgets and monitoring them (checks and
·Ensuring that the physical plant of the
school serves the mission of the school.
·Organizing and managing itself to
fulfill its duties with bylaws, policies and procedures.
·Contracting, if and when needed,
educational or other consultants to oversee the school's development, advising
on the hiring criteria for the School Principal, assisting in recruitment and
training, and developing the school's improvement plans in line with LWIS
Hazmieh’s Purpose and Direction.
·Appointing the School Principal and the
·LWIS Hazmieh’s BOT is appointed by
the LWIS Society.
·The Board includes expertise in
educational and business affairs as well as public relations.
·The Board includes at least three
members of the LWIS Society or others nominated by members. The number of Board
members will not exceed seven.
·The Board shall be appointed for a term
of four years indefinitely renewable.
Board members are:
·Mr. Shukri Husni - Chairperson -
·Mr. Rafael Khlat - Vice-Chair - Finance
·Dr. Nather Simhairi - Member - Finance
·Dr. Nabil Husni - Member - Education
·Mrs. Amal Farhat - Secretary -
·Mr. Sleiman Nasr - Treasurer - Finance
·Mr. Theodore Matta - Member - Legal