Board of Directors
As a private, independent school, Cotter Schools is governed by a Board of Directors. The Board of Directors has primary governing and fiduciary responsibility for the mission of the school. The Board sets major policies for the school and oversees their implementation. The Board is also responsible for selection and supervision of the President of Cotter Schools. Board members are selected as representatives of parents, the local community and the Catholic Diocese of Winona-Rochester.
The Board of Directors shall manage and govern the affairs of the Corporation; exercise its power and control its property; determine compliance with the Corporation’s stated purpose; appoint, delegate, or elect the Corporate officers; and have the power and authority to do and perform all acts or functions that are consistent with the Articles of Incorporation or these Bylaws. (Section 2.1 Corporate Bylaws)