BYRON CENTER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

2017– 2018 SCHOOL BOARD

2017/18 Mitch Berkenpas, Blaine Brumels, Christine Gritter, Rob Raak

2018/19 Brent Haverdink, Kyle Kuipers, Steve Marcusse, Becky Vos

2019/20 Ben DeMots, Diann Fisk, Kevin Veltman, Troy Wiers

 

Building & Grounds

ch. Rob Raak

b. Mitch Berkenpas

b. Brent Haverdink

b. Kevin Veltman

s. Tod Van Doeselaar

 

Officers (Executive Committee)

President: Kyle Kuipers

Vice President: Blaine Brumels

Treasurer: Steve Marcusse

Secretary: Christine Gritter

Administrator: John Kramer (advisory)

Foundation Committee

ch. Steve Marcusse

b. Kevin Veltman

c.  Terry Huyser

c. Jaci Lubbers

c. Pete Quakkelaar

s. Gary Wybenga

Education Committee

ch. Blaine Brumels

b. Mitch Berkenpas

b. Diann Fisk

b. Christine Gritter

b. Kyle Kuipers

b. Becky Vos

s. Deb DeVries

s. Sheri Groelsema

 

Finance Committee

ch. Steve Marcusse

b. Ben DeMots

b. Brent Haverdink

b. Kyle Kuipers

b. Kevin Veltman

b. Rob Raak

s.  Missy Walters

a. John Kramer

Promotions Committee

ch. Becky Vos

b. Diann Fisk

b. Christine Gritter

c. Tina DeKam

c. Sue Keen

s. Leanne Gurley

s. Kelly Wolthuis

Key to symbols: ch=chairperson, b=board member, s=staff member, c=society member, and a=administrator

BCCS was founded in 1917 to support the efforts of parents in providing an excellent Christian education for their children. The school now serves nearly 500 students from more than 250 families in preschool through eighth grade. Children are taught by professionally qualified, spiritually mature and highly motivated teachers who also serve as excellent role models. Byron Center Christian School offers a well-rounded education that includes Bible, Math, Science, Social Studies, English, Physical Education, Art, Music, Spanish, and Technology. BCCS is committed to providing a distinctively Christian education. We actively strive to understand each student’s strengths and weaknesses in order to create appropriate learning opportunities that enable them to develop their God-given potential to the highest level. For over 100 years, we have recognized that a Christian school ought to be an extension of the Christian home, reinforcing the faith and values being taught there. We have a specific mission for our school and a clear vision of what we, after faithfully surrendering to the guidance of the Holy Spirit, hope to accomplish in the years your child attends BCCS.

Serving Together,

BCCS Board of Education