"LEARN, LEAD, LIFT."
Join us at our 2020 State Conference as we imagine the leaders we can become. We'll focus on how we can change ourselves, councils, schools, community, and world. Be prepared to learn hard and party hard, can't wait to see YOU and your council there!
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Our 2020 Keynote Speakers...
Kyle is on a mission to build a better world. He is an inspiring author, speaker, and cardboarder who has challenged tens of thousands of students across the nation to build a better world. Whether he’s keynoting to an arena full of students, singing “Don’t Stop Believing” with 37,000 friends, or building yet another cardboard masterpiece,
Kyle is constantly working on one thing: closing the gap between the way the world is and the way it could be.
Terry "Tatted Ninja" Lamb Is a one eyed athlete, surviving a life threatening car accident, PTSD, depression, and addiction. Now an advocate for staying clean, and sober through obstacle course racing. He seeks to help coach, train, and inspire everyone he meets to challenge themselves daily. The outcome- everyone becomes the very best versions of themselves possible.
Steven A. Bollar alter ego is Stand Tall Steve. Stand Tall Steve openly shares his knowledge, experiences and creativity with others. He currently speaks throughout the country about how to think differently about schools, administration, education and life. He is known for his quick wit, creative thought, and humorous personality. This awesome combination and in depth experience has allowed him to be one of the premier educational/motivational speakers/consultants available.
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Andrew was born, raised, and has lived pretty much his entire life in Idaho, minus a couple of years living in Russia. He attended Shelley High School and became a proud Russet. Afterwards he graduated from BYU-Idaho and moved to Burley, Idaho to take his first teaching job. Andrew taught junior high Geography, Military History, and Law; and coached Football, Basketball, Wrestling and Baseball for seven years before taking his current position at Burley High School as assistant principal. His wife gives him a hard time because he wakes up everyday excited to go to work. He also absolutely loves spending time with his three daughters and one son.
IASC Region I/II Adviser
Kellie grew up in Salmon, Idaho and graduated in 1990 from Salmon High School. She went on to Colorado State University where she graduated summa cum laude in 1994 with a Bachelors degree in Biology, minor in Chemistry, and a secondary teaching certificate for natural sciences. Kellie is in her 20th year of teaching and has had the privilege of serving in Salmon Junior High, Orofino High School, Timberlake Junior High, and currently in Timberlake High School. Kellie is also a track and basketball coach and has been the student council adviser for since 2011. She and her husband Mark have two children, Preston and Payten, and her time outside of school and sports is spent riding horses, mountain biking, hiking, gardening, getting involved in church activities, and spending time with family.
IASC Region I/II President
Sarah Boyer lives in Rathdrum, Idaho and is presently a student at Lakeland High School. She has served in various student council positions over the course of four years, and is currently the ASB President. Sarah loves to work with her student council group to create meaningful projects that help their school and community. She loves to plan big events such as Homecoming and spirit competitions. Sarah enjoys competing on her school’s soccer and basketball teams. In her free time, she loves to go skiing, camping, and hiking with her friends and family. In the future, Sarah plans to attend college and major in something really cool, but she has not figured out what that really cool major is going to be yet.
IASC Region III/IV Adviser
During Dan’s 30-year career in education he has had the opportunity to serve in multiple roles. Along with teaching social studies, advanced placement, student leadership, community service-learning, physical education, and athletic leadership courses, he has also worked to promote positive school culture as student council advisor, student activities director, athletic coach, and athletic director/assistant principal. While being the first head boys basketball coach at Skyview High School, the Hawks won back-to-back state championships. He has been honored in Idaho as State Coach of the Year, State Athletic Director of the Year, and recently was inducted into Skyview’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Dan is passionate about the importance of building team chemistry and a culture of excellence. He believes it is critical to provide opportunities for students to develop leadership skills supporting their success beyond high school in the 21st Century.
IASC Region IV President
Emily Davis is a four-year student council member, cheerleader, and HOSA member at Kuna High School. She has held many positions within student council including being ASB Social Media Director, Junior Class President and chairing many events put on by KHS. Emily is very hardworking, creative, and loves to meet new people. She strives to make everyone in the student bodies high school experience enjoyable while keeping busy and being involved. She enjoys spending time with friends, family, and being outdoors. In the future she wants to go into the medical field as a respiratory therapist.
IASC Region III President
Gabriel is currently a Senior at Jerome High School where he is involved in
Student Government, soccer, tennis and dual credit honors classes. He currently
holds a 3.8438 GPA. He has held leadership positions including JHS soccer
captain, and has been in student government every year since 5 th grade. He is the
Jerome chapter of NHS secretary. Gabriel is involved in several community service
projects and has helped organize community events. His latest project is working
with Sleep in Heavenly Peace (SHP). SHP is a nationally recognized nonprofit
organization which started in the Magic Valley who builds beds for children in need.
“No kid sleeps on the floor in my town.” He has helped plan several events at JHS
including Homecoming, Christmas exchange, Every 15 minutes and is currently
helping with Jr./Sr. Prom. Gabriel has been able to go on leadership exchanges
including College of Southern Idaho and Snake River High School where he has
gained valuable information which he has brought back to JHS. He is currently
working on our community outreach of “One Team, One Town, One Family” and our
New Student Welcoming Committee. Gabriel would like to meet you personally, so
he can show you one of his many talents – Wiggling his ears. He has some great
ideas to improve our Student Council State program.
IASC Region V/VI Adviser
Curtis was born and raised in Emmett, Idaho. After graduating in 2006, he attended Idaho State University. He took a break for a two-year mission in Canada and then finished his schooling at BYU-Idaho. Curtis has been teaching Geography, History, and Government for 6 years and currently teaches at Bonneville High School. Additionally, he coaches basketball and advises the Student Council. Go Bees! Curtis is happily married to Christina Vickery and they have three beautiful girls.
IASC Region V/VI President
Chloee is SO grateful to serve as the first Student Body President of Thunder Ridge High School. She adores being a Titan & cherishes the opportunity of creating an environment of a brand new school! As a natural born leader she LOVES Student Council and everything it encompasses, especially the service aspect. Chloee is positive, hardworking, kind, and a total "go-getter" with countless ambitions for life. When she isn't decorating for a dance or poster-making, she enjoys traveling & humanitarian work. Chloee can't wait to explore the world, as well as help others while at it! After high school she hopes to attend Arizona State University to pursue a degree in design and later have her own company.
Questions? Contact your region or IASC:
IASC Executive Director:
Region I/II - Kellie Rhodes - firstname.lastname@example.org
Region IV - Dan McGee - email@example.com
Region V/VI - Curtis Vickery - firstname.lastname@example.org