IASB Delegate Assembly & Annual Meeting

Every school board’s voice should be heard at the IASB Delegate Assembly

The IASB Delegate Assembly convenes annually for three important roles:
  • Annual Meeting
  • Set the Legislative Platform
  • Convene the nominating caucuses to select candidates for the IASB Board of Directors in selected regions.

IASB bylaws give each member board a delegate who casts the board's votes on issues before the Delegate Assembly. School board members provide input on IASB’s legislative platform and your priorities help influence legislators and the governor. By participating in this debate process, school, AEA and community college boards contribute to IASB’s legislative program and ultimately the unified legislative interests of all Iowa school boards.


Votes are assigned to delegates according to the following school district enrollment schedule:

0–1,200—1 vote
1,201–1,600—2 votes
1,601–2,400—3 votes
2,401–3,600—5 votes
3,601–4,800—7 votes
4,801–6,000—10 votes
6,001 and over—15 votes
Votes are assigned to delegates for the area education agencies according to the following AEA enrollment schedule:

0–29,999—2 votes
30,000 and over—3 votes
Community colleges are entitled to five delegates. The governing body of the Iowa Association of Community College Trustees elects these delegates.

Nominating Caucuses

Nominating caucuses are held to nominate candidates to the IASB Board of Directors for three-year terms. Please visit the IASB Board webpage to learn more about serving on the IASB Board.

Director District map

Ask Me icon For questions, email Stephanie Rousseau or call (515) 247-7042.

BBA Credits iconDelegate Assembly attendees earn 10 Better Boardsmanship credits!

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