Board & Rep. Council

Board of Control

Chairperson: Greg Darling, Humboldt, 2021

Vice-Chairperson: Rollie Wiebers, Charter Oak-Ute, 2018

Treasurer: Tom Keating, Xavier, Cedar Rapids, 2018

Greg Dockum, Johnston, IASB, 2021

Dr. Rod Earleywine, Sergeant Bluff-Luton, 2020

Russ Reiter, Oskaloosa, 2019

Barb Schwamman, Osage, 2022

Brent Cook, Dubuque, Senior, 2022

Dr. Ryan Wise, ex-officio, Department of Education

 

Eight voting members and one non-voting member comprise the Board of Control. The Board has general supervision over all athletic contests of Association schools and interprets Association rules. All five IHSAA Representative Council districts in the state are represented on the Board.

Dr. Ryan Wise is a representative of the State Department of Education, a non-voting member. Greg Dockum is a voting representative from the Iowa Association of School Boards and is appointed by that group. The remaining seven members are elected by IHSAA member schools.

 

Representative Council

Central District

Class A

Jon Thompson, superintendent, Aplington-Parkersburg

Eric Eckerman, principal, Clarksville

Darrin Strike, superintendent, West Fork, Sheffield

Doug Wheeler, superintendent, Saydel

Class AA

Kirk Johnson, associate superintendent, Waukee

Northeast District

Class A

Mike Crozier, superintendent, Northwood-Kensett

Dale Crozier, superintendent, MFL, MarMac

Dan Fox, superintendent, East Buchanan, Winthrop

Doug Gee, superintendent, Clear Lake

Class AA

Jeff Gustason, principal, Linn-Mar, Marion

Northwest District

Class A

Marty Fonley, superintendent, Algona

Steve Grond, superintendent, Boyden-Hull

Ryan Kramer, superintendent, West Sioux, Hawarden

Lynn Evans, superintendent, Alta-Aurelia

Class AA

Carl Turner, superintendent, Storm Lake

Southeast District

Class A

Gary DeLacy, superintendent, Clinton

Kevin Crall, superintendent, Albia

George Pickup, principal, Central DeWitt

Paula Wright, superintendent, Chariton

Class AA

Joe Stutting, superintendent, North Scott, Eldridge

Southwest District

Class A

Casey Berlau, superintendent, Nodaway Valley

Mike Still, principal, Lenox

Bill Huntington, principal, Mount Ayr

Tom Wood, superintendent, Martensdale-St. Marys

Class AA

Chris Basinger, principal, Norwalk

 

The 25-member Representative Council formulates the aims and policies of the Association each year and has the power to initiate amendments and new rules for the Executive Director to submit to the electorate. Council members are elected by IHSAA member schools and are chosen by district and according to school classification. Each of the five districts has five council members, with four of the five representing Class “A” schools, and one representing Class “AA” schools in that district.

 

 

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