Board of Education


St. Anthony Schools are the place to be! And so is the Board of Education! Become a member of the St. Anthony school board or a member of the several sub-committees which promote our excellent parish schools. The seven member board’s main purpose is to advise the pastor and principals in regard to the operations and policies of our schools. Each board member serves a three-year term. Interested individuals should complete an application in March.

The Board of Education meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month during the school year. Meetings start at 6:35 pm and are held in the grade school conference room.

To contact the members of the board of education or to request time during open session, email your request to


Board of Education members

David Emmerich, President
Joe Fearday, Vice President
Jason Carpenter, Secretary
Emily Hartke
Norma Fisher
Aimee Repking

St. Anthony Board of Education Openings:
Are you interested in becoming a member of the St. Anthony Board of Education? Please stop by the parish office and pick up an informational packet or contact Carrie Koenig at for an electronic copy. Applications are due back to the parish office by March 31. To be eligible for the position, a person must be 18 years of age, a registered member of St. Anthony Parish, and cannot be a paid full time employee, parent, sibling, or child of any paid full time employee of any diocesan parish program. Interested applicants are welcome to attend the March 15 Board of Education meeting in the grade school conference room at 6:35 pm. Candidates should make plans to attend the April 19 Board of Education meeting for interviews.