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This NEW Conference is designed specifically for local High School Student Council Officers & Leaders—President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer & Committee Chairs.  It will run concurrently with the Advisers Conference.
 
 Facilitated by the HS Division Executive Committee Officers, we will explore through conversation & activities those things that create a highly successful student council.
 
REGISTRATION FEE
$25.00 - Regular (on or before September 14)
$40.00 - Late (after September 14)
Fee includes lunch on Monday
 
 
NEW(ER) ADVISERS CONFERENCE
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23; 9 - 4 pm
 
REGISTRATION FEE
$50.00 - Regular (on or before September 14)
$75.00 - Late (after September 14)
Fee includes lunch on Sunday - Regular
 
 
 ADVISERS CONFERENCE
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23; 5 - 10 pm
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24; 9 AM - 3 PM
 
REGISTRATION FEE
$100.00 (Both days) - Regular (on or before September 14)
$125.00 (Both days) - Late (after September 14)
Fee includes reception & dinner on Sunday, Continental Breakfast on Monday
 
$75.00 (Monday only) - Regular (on or before September 14)
$100.00 (Monday only) - Late (after September 14)
Fee includes lunch on Monday
 
Brown County Inn - Nashville, IN
IASC Room Rate - $109.00 + tax (Sunday night)/$189.00 + tax (Saturday night)
Room Block closes on August 23
800-772-5249
 
 
 
 
North - September 7 - Valparaiso University - Harre Union - Valparaiso
8;30 - 11:30 AM CT/9:30 AM - 12:30 PM ET - Registration 8:00/9:00 AM
 
 
Central - September 12 - Butler University - Atherton Union - Indianapolis
9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon - Registration 8:30 AM
 
 
South - September 27 - University of Evansville - Evansville
8;30 - 11:30 AM CT/9:30 AM - 12:30 PM ET - Registration 8:00/9:00 AM
 
 
Download the Workshop Flyer Here
 
Workshop Highlights
Ice Breakers & Team Building Activities
Networking with leaders like you
Leadership Workshops led  by members of the HS Div Executive Committee
Learn about 2018-2019 IASC Events, Programs, Awards & Recognitions
Host University Programming
Delegate Sharing—Projects & Activities/Local School Issues
Adviser Meeting & Sharing
 
Online Registration  Here
Registration Deadlines - Valparaiso - Aug 31; Butler - Sep 6; Evansville - Sep 21
The IASC recognized several outstanding individuals at our recent 2018 Representative Assembly.  Congratulations!
 
2018 Indiana Outstanding Student Leaders
 
2018 Distinguished Leaders
(From left to right) - Tyler Cagle - Blackford High School, Mekenzie Cecil - Kankakee Valley High School; Noah Witkowski - Kankakee Valley High School & presenter Alex Clanton - 2017-2018 IASC HS Div. President
 
Young Indiana Hero Award
 
Young Hero Miguel Reyes
Miguel Reyes - Concord High School & Presenter Emma Eldrige - HS Div Executive Committee Member
 
Kathi Green Outstanding Service Award
 
2018 Outstanding Service Ainsley Zou2018 Service Award Brittaney Dillon
 
(Left) Ainslee Zou - Concord High School & Presenter Emiley Brettnacher 2017-2018 HS Div Vice President
(Right) Presenter Brianna Elkins - 2017-2018 HS Div Executive Committee Member & Brittany Dillon - Blackford High School
 
Dale D. Hawley State Leadership Award
  • Emiley Brettnacher - Rossville High School
  • Emma Eldridge - Winamac Community High School
  • Kassi Zeigler - Southwestern High School
  • Carson Whitesell - Franklin Central High School
Kate Comiskey Rookie Adviser of the Year
  • Carmen Lusk - Lawrenceburg High School (Lawrenceburg)
HS Division District Administrator of the Year
  • NW District - Michael Krutz - Merrillville High School (Merrillville)
  • SE District - Bill Snyder - Lawrenceburg High School (Lawrenceburg)
  • May 31, 2018 - Honor Council Award Submission Deadline
  • June 12 - 17, 2018 - Summer Leadership Workshop @ Manchester University
  • Sep 7, 2018 - HS & ML Div Regional Workshop North - Valparaiso University - Valparaiso
  • Sep 12, 2018 - HS & ML Div Regional Workshop Central - Butler University- Indianapolis
  • Sep 23 & 24 - Advisers' Conference - Brown County Inn - Nashville, IN
  • Sep 27, 2018 - HS & ML Div Regional Workshop South - University of Evansville - Evansville
  • October 27, 2018 - EL Div Saturday Leadership Workshop - Akron Elementary School - Akron - NE District
  • Nov 3 & 4 - HS & ML Div State Convention - Indianapolis Marriott Downtown
  • Nov 30-Dec 2 - National Conference on Student Activites Conference - Atlanta
  • Dec 1, 2018 - IASC Regular Membership Deadline
  • Dec 15, 2018 - District Adviser of the Year, District Administrator of the Year & Rookie Adviser Nominations Due
  • Jan 26, 2019 - District Representative Candidate Nominations are due
  • Jan 31, 2019 - Indiana Distinguished Student Leader, Outstanding Service Award & Young Indiana Hero Nominations are due
  • Feb 23, 2019 - HS Div District Representative Candidate Interviews - Indianapolis
  • April 11, 2019 - HS & ML Div Representative Assembly - Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds - Noblesville
  • May 31 - Honor Council Book Submission Deadline
  • June 2019 - VISION Conference - Arkansas

***Elementary Division Events will be added as they are determined.

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Elementary Division
Jenny Smith
Pioneer Elementary School - Royal Center
 

Genie Parmer 300w

High School Division
Genie Parmer
Southwestern High School - Shelbyville

Kevin Koers 300w

High School Division
 Kevin Koers
Franklin Central High School - Indianapolis  
 
 
Thomas Martin 300w
 
Middle Level Division
Thomas Martin
Fegely Middle School - Portage
 
Matt Deeds 300w
 
Elementary Division
Matt Deeds
Harrison Elementary School - Warsaw

Congratulations to our 2016 - 2017 Honor Councils.  Follow the links below to find a full listing.

Elementary Division Honor Councils

Middle Level Division Honor Councils

High School Division Honor Councils

Keep up to date with our Electronic Newsletters.  Click HERE.

Riley

Riley Children's Hospital - The IASC's charity of choice.  

During the 2016 - 2017 school year, Indiana schools participating in the Riley Kids Caring & Sharing Program raised $676,212.91.  The largest amount ever!

Some reminders...

  • Student councils wanting to become honor councils must support Riley.
  • The IASC and Riley recognize the top 3 giving member schools in all three divisions each year with a GOLD, SILVER & BRONZE banner.  The recognition is based upon total dollars given, divided by the school's population, to determine the per student donation.
  • All donations for the 2017-2018 school year must be received no later then June 30.

Mail donations to:

Riley Kids Caring & Sharing
Attn. Susan Miles
30 S. Meridian St., Suite 200
Indianapolis, IN  46204

Congratulations to the IASC's 2016-2017 Top Giving Schools 
  • Gold
    • Mater Dei HS (Evansville) - $60.87/student
    • Attica Junior High School (Attica) - $13.46/student
    • Akron Elementayr School (Akron) - $7.27/per student
  • Silver
    • Yorktown HS (Yorktown) - $35.19/student
    • Pioneer Junior High School (Royal Center) - $8.24/student
    • Attica Elementary School (Attica) - $7.24/student
  • Bronze
    • Concord High School (Elkhart) - $24.20/student
    • Huntington Catholic School (Huntington) - $6.26/student
    • Pine Village Elementary School (Pine Village) - $5.58/student

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Upcoming Events

Fri Sep 07 @ 8:30AM - 11:30PM
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