The LMS Board of Directors safeguards the financial stability of the school, ensures that policies and operations adhere to the mission of the school, and evaluates the performance of the Head of School.

The Board consists of fourteen to seventeen volunteer members who are elected on a staggered basis for three-year terms by the members of the LMS Corporation. The LMS Corporation consists of all parents of children currently enrolled at the school. Each family is entitled to a single vote, regardless of how many children they have enrolled. At least eight of the elected directors must be Corporation members. In addition, the Head of School and a LMS Parent Community Representative are also voting Board members for the length of their respective tenures.

The Board meets on the second Tuesday of each month during the school year in the evening. Meetings are open to the LMS community. Agendas and official minutes are available in the Main Office.

LMS Board of Directors group photo indoors

2023-2024 Board of Directors

  • Rohit Chatterjee
  • Tuna Chatterjee
  • Corinne Foster, President
  • Jennifer Haines Butler, Clerk
  • Jeremy Hayes
  • Deb Kreutzer
  • Perrin LaPlante, Parent Representative
  • Maroli Licardi
  • Ben Lubin, Treasurer
  • Elisabeth Montegna
  • Liz Nee
  • Kim Rose
  • Nina Samuelson
  • Mike Scalese
  • Matthew Vernick
  • Rachel Vorkink, Vice President
  • Kevin Clark, Head of School 

Long Range Plan (LRP)

The Board and other members of the community excitedly worked to create a Long Range Plan that would span five years. It took effect in the fall of 2017. While the pandemic certainly delayed the planning of the next Long Range Plan, work on a new five-year plan will commence in the 2023-2024 school year.

The LRP Committee started the planning process for the current Long Range Plan in the spring of 2016. Three subcommittees worked tirelessly to come up with this five-year plan:

Long Range Plan | PDF

You can read the Long Range Plan in its entirety here!

Montessori Outside

This Subcommittee worked on planning for how our children can appreciate and learn from the 19 acres – nature, exploration, discovery – while the world tempts them to stay indoors and on screens.

Montessori Applied

Members focused on advancing the ways that our Montessori curriculum intersects and utilizes innovation and entrepreneurship, through curiosity and creativity.

Montessori Amplified

This committee looks at ways to improve and promote understanding of Montessori philosophy within and outside of the LMS community.