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Purpose of the School Advisory Board: 
To recommend policy and assist with the implementation of school goals consistent with Diocesan policy, state guidelines, and directives for the operation of our school so that the largest possible number of students may be effectively educated in a Catholic environment and encouraged to make deep commitment to the Vision and Mission of Saint Gregory the Great Catholic School. 

2019-2020 Saint Gregory the Great Catholic School Advisory Board: 

 Fr. Eric Voigt, OSB
Mrs. Gina Coss
Mr. Eric Landon, M.S. Ed.
Assistant Principal
Mr. Mike Sinnot
 Mr. Shawn Hesselton
Vice Chair
 Mrs. Mary Sue Easmeil
 Mrs. Heather VanScoten
 Dr. Arlene Fontanares    Mr. John Kalocay   Mr. Neil McNulty     Mrs. Cheryl Savage   Mrs. Catherine Abel   Mr. Mike Rossi   Mr. Corey Brooks 
Mr. Jeff Guild    Brother Tobias Yott                   

School Board By-Laws 2019-2020 School Year
School Board Handbook  

Contact us

Saint Gregory the Great Catholic School
5343 Virginia Beach Boulevard
Virginia Beach, VA 23462

School: (757) 497-1811
Fax: (757) 497-7005
Beyond the Bell: (757) 692-0901
Email: office@sggsvb.org
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