Representative Assembly is a one-day meeting typically in March/April where High School Division & Middle Level Division member councils gather to elect the HS Division State President, District Representatives, and District Directors. In addition, students have the opportunity to hear national caliber inspirational and motivational speakers, network with students and adults in their district and the State, and to receive information and tools that will strengthen them as leaders, as well as their councils.
DATE: Mar 11, 2020
KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Bill Cordes
TIME: 9 AM – 3 PM; Registration begins @ 8 AM
REGULAR EGISTRATION FEE: IASC Member = $32.50/Delegate / Non Member = $57.50
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Mar 2
LATE REGISTRATION (after Mar 2): IASC Member = $57.50/Delegate / Non Member = $85.50
SCHOOL CONFERENCE EVENT FEE = $50.00 (Waived for IASC Gold Membership Schools)
LOCATION: Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds – 2003 Pleasant Street – Noblesville, IN 46060
PGP Points (Indiana Department of Education Professional Growth Points) Available
5 points available
REPRESENTATIVE ASSEMBLY INFORMATION
Working Agenda – coming soon
REQUIRED FORMS | BRING TO REPRESENTATIVE ASSEMBLY
It is the IASC Policy that there are no refunds once you submit your registration. You may make SUBSTITUTIONS.
Fairfield by Marriott Indianapolis/Fishers
10495 Crosspoint Blvd
Indianapolis, IN 46256
Phone – 317-570-2111
Rate – $109.00/night + 5% occupancy tax/7% state tax
Cutoff Date – Feb 10 – The IASC has arranged for a block of 30 rooms. After Feb 20, rooms may or may not be available at the rate of $109.00/night
Bill Cordes has been a friend of students associations since 1990, and has been on 100’s of state, regional and national stages delivering his constantly evolving keynote address: The YOGOWYPI Experience.
As a former teacher, class advisor, SADD Advisor, Student Council Advisor, BACCHUS Advisor he has been in the trenches student organizations, and has trained CTSO officers for over 30 years He understands the importance of student organizations and the critical role they play in the lives of students as well as the impact they can have on a school culture. He believes that student organizations are the most important part of America’s education system, and when your students leave his keynote address they will understand this fact as well. Simply put, Bill Cordes empowers students to use their student organization experience as a vehicle to making all areas of their life work. In his keynote addresses he speaks their language, understands their focus, and provides relevant information that affirms their membership in their respective associations.