Organizational Structure
Updated: Jun 19, 2014
Who do I go to with my concerns?
The following is the flow chart representing the chain of command at OACS:
  • Decisions made by the Conference Executive Board of Education and Administrative Council
  • Graduation requirements and retention policies
  • Conference and Union policies or procedures
  • Curriculum development and adoptions
  • Independent Study Programs (ISPs)
  • Employment (hiring, probation, reduction-in-force, and termination)
  • School Budget approval

  • The school board has authority only when meeting in official session.
  • Individual board members MAY NOT speak on behalf of the board or administration.
  • Directing the school through actions or policies in the best interest of the school.
  • Developing and keeping current and relevant the school's constitution
  • Concerns about final decisions made by the local board of education
  • Local board policy
  • Local hire job descriptions
  • Expulsions
  • Serves as a consultant to the principal in preparing an agenda for board meeting.
  • Follows parliamentary procedures at board meetings.
  • Encourages discussion which is relevant to agenda items.
  • Is acquainted with the school program and confer with the principal on items pertaining to the operation of the school.
  • Supports the principal.
  • Acts as liaison with individual churches to ensure communication, and in the presentation of school items pertinent to each church constituent member.
  • Informs the superintendent of the progress of the school program and its special problems and needs, especially finances and personnel.

  • Facility usage
  • Concerns about local board decisions
  • School policies and procedures
  • Maintenance issues
  • Curriculum implementation
  • Classroom scheduling
  • Scheduling building usage
  • School safety
  • Handbook issues or procedures
  • Concerns about all school faculty and staff
  • Issues about which you are uncertain whom you should contact
  • Suspensions (in-house/home)
  • Response to Intervention (RTI)
  • Behavior concerns (prior appropriate discussions with the teacher)
  • Access to student grades online
  • School Performance Framework
  • School Growth Model—academic
  • Marketing 

  • Principal's assistant and office manager
  • Financial arrangements
  • Questions about payments and statements
  • Making payment
  • Worthy Student Funds/Scholarships (prior discussion with Kissimmee Pastor)
  • Admission forms and registration
  • School infirmary
  • Receiving school tuition payments
  • Making appointments with the principal
  • Marketing and Fundraising
  • Follows school handbook policies and principal directives
  • Classroom discipline and positive reward management
  • Grade-level standards and expectations
  • Student work, grading, data-driving instruction, and data entry
  • Testing data interpretation
  • Field Trips
  • Keeps classroom clean, dusted, vacuumed, and in and attrative manner conducive to learning
  • Follows school handbook policies and principal directions
  • Player issues (playing time, philosophy, treatment)
  • Coaching style
  • Rules of the game
  • Sportsmanship
  • Maintenance Issues
  • Class management and positive discipline of students during the class period
  • ​Provides bus service that is on-time and dependable, pending local traffice and weather conditions
  • Manages student behavior
  • Maintains the bus
  • Maintains facility cleanilness in all common use areas