Wednesday, February 21, 2024


Wildwood Catholic Announces Sub Committees, Chairmen


By Herald Staff

NORTH WILDWOOD — Wildwood Catholic High School (WCHS) Board Member and Transition Committee Chairman Joe Bogle, announced a series of sub-committees and their respective chairs.
“We are working hard to transition between the existing institution of Wildwood Catholic and what we know will be a fantastic new school with a bright future,” said Bogle.
“These sub-committees represent the priorities that the diocese, parish, school board, “Save Wildwood Catholic,” staff, students, alumni and friends have come to consensus on as the main focus in our effort to reposition WCHS as the premiere secondary educational institution in Cape May County,” added Bogle.
Each Sub-Committee will be chaired by a member of the WCHS School Board, but will include representatives from a wide range of organizations and perspectives. Members of “Save Wildwood Catholic” will also serve on each of the sub-committees.
The work of each Sub-Committee will be presented to the school board for final adoption and inclusion into the Governance and Operations Plan for the high school.
The sub-committees and their chairs are as follows:
Campus, Fr. Michael Field; Endowment, Ken Calemmo; Finance: Charles Vogdes; Communications, Public Relations and Liaison, Patrick Rosenello with Cape Trinity Catholic and Parish Center:
Recruitment and Enrollment, Br. Robert Carson; Board and Administrative Structure, Fr. Joseph Perrault, and Academic Dean Search Committee, Joe Bogle.
For additional information, contact WCHS President, Fr. Joseph Wallace.

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