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Covenant Christian School operates as an independent school governed by board members who possess a heart for Christian education. They also have experience in the areas of business, education, and/or the pastorate. The board follows a Carver Model of governance. (http://www.carvergovernance.com/model.htm)
Dan Coleman, Founder & Board Member
We are all mourning the loss of Dan Coleman, one of our founders, board member, and long-time supporter of CCS. We miss you, Dan!
Robert A. Mack, Board President
CCS Founder and Business Owner - Formerly S.H. & Co
YWAM Christian Missions Volunteer (Youth With A Mission)
Ordained Assembly of God Pastor. One of the Original Families to start Covenant Christian School 1979, Bob and his wife Holly have six children, 17 grandchildren, and one great grandchild.
Jason Martina, Treasurer & Secretary
Jason Martina Graduated Northern Illinois University with Bachelors in Business Management and from First Baptist Christian School of Downers Grove as he attended Pre-school through 8th grade. Jason is an inventory manager at Cardinal Health and is a certified lean six sigma black belt. Jason and his wife Sharie have two children: Elise and Jocelyn. Jocelyn attends CCS and has grown in her knowledge and understanding of Jesus and His word through her instruction at Covenant Christian School.
John Childress, Board Member
John and his wife Pamela own and operate their own daycare center in Aurora.
John is the Deacon Co-Chairman of his church holding a strong commitment to raise their daughter in a Christ-centered school. Their daughter is a student of CCS. John's wife Pam also serves at CCS Fundraising/Planning Committee.
Gary Koesler, Board Member
Gary is the Owner of Koesler Exterminating. Gary has heart to serve in his community and he thinks Covenant Christian School is a good place to invest his time for the Lord! He believes our children is the foundation of the change we want to see in our society.
John Leopold, Board Member
Service Manager for K Systems Corp.
His wife, Charie currently serves at CCS as Communication/Marketing/Fundraising/Event Coordinator. They have four children, one of them is a student of CCS and nine grandchildren.
John Neuenkirchen, Board Member
CCS Alumni - 1993 Graduate and Lawyer Jordan Legal Group
Attorney Neuenkirchen shared once with us when his thesis on "Plurality Decisions, Implicit
Consensuses, and the Fifth
Vote Rule under Marks v.
United States," was accepted for
publication in Widener Law
Review. "I think the key to
becoming a lawyer is you have
to be able to read and you
have to be able to write--
those are far more important
than speaking. I definitely did
a lot of both at CCS, and
developed much in both." It is an opportunity to serve in my Alumni school and be part of the CCS Board.