Iowa Superintendents Finance and Leadership Consortium (ISFLC)

What is ISFLC?

The Iowa Superintendents Finance and Leadership Consortium (ISFLC) is a professional development program for Iowa superintendents, school business officials and aspiring superintendents to expand their knowledge base and develop fiscal management and leadership skills.

ISFLC tracks are led by Iowa leaders with the skills and expertise in identified curricular areas. The track curriculum meets the quality standards set by UNI for license renewal and graduate credit.
 

You're Invited to Attend Upcoming ISFLC Conferences

ISFLC conferences are excellent opportunities for school leaders aspiring to the superintendency to further develop their knowledge base and skills. The Consortium offers two conferences each year, in December and February, spanning two days. The Consortium also offers a one-day conference in September for educational leaders new to the superintendency and new to the state.
 

ISFLC New Superintendents' Conference

2023 Date & Location Details Coming Soon!

New superintendents were invited to attend this one-day conference, where attendees received a thorough introduction to Iowa school finance and immediate tasks essential to your success as a superintendent.
 

December ISFLC Conference

Dec. 1415, 2022
FFA Enrichment Center, Ankeny


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February ISFLC Conference

Feb. 22–23, 2023
Sheraton, West Des Moines


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District Central Office Administrators are encouraged to attend upon invitation from their superintendents. In an effort to accommodate those seeking SBO renewal credit, business managers are invited to participate in ISFLC conferences as part of a team or as individuals.
 

Testimonials

“Great planning and organization by our presenters. Appreciated the individualized attention to district-specific questions.”—ISFLC Attendee, District Superintendent
 
“Always a great opportunity to network with other superintendents in a similar position. Working through the standards and evaluation system and what others are doing/plan to do is a great help.”—ISFLC Attendee, District Superintendent
 
“All presenters were very knowledgeable and were able to keep the audience engaged. All answered specific questions as well.”—ISFLC Attendee, Director of Special Services
 
“It was good to see a variety of ways to present on the standards and practice. Many things I could go back and use.”—ISFLC Attendee, Principal
 
“I have been attending ISFLC since December of 2012 and value the presenters and the networking with others! ISFLC is an important time to get away from the office and immerse yourself as a superintendent into new learning and time to problem solve with peers! See you in December!”—ISFLC Attendee, District Superintendent
 
“Great conference. I always enjoy it and appreciate the efforts of the organizers.”—ISFLC Attendee, District Superintendent
 

Credits Earned for Track Participation (December & February ISFLC Conferences Only)

Superintendent Licensure Renewal Credit
All ISFLC tracks are eligible for Superintendent Licensure Renewal Credit via SAI.

School Business Official Authorization
Tracks 1, 2, 3-A, 5, 7, 9, 14, 15, 31, 32, 33, 36, 40 and 42 will qualify for School Business Official Authorization.

Renewal and University Credit
One hour of University of Northern Iowa graduate credit is available at a cost of $189. A reflection paper and two additional readings are required for graduate credit. Please note that 15 hours of contact time and 30 hours of out-of-class student work are required for each hour of UNI Graduate Credit.

Superintendent Renewal Credit will be processed through SAI for $20.

SBO renewal credit will be processed through the Iowa Association of School Business Officials. SBOs must sign in each day for credit and attend the full conference. Credit will be granted one time for the eligible track.
 

ISFLC Advisory Committee

ISFLC's structure and curriculum is determined by the ISFLC Advisory Committee, which includes the ISFLC program liaison, IASB staff experts, a superintendent from each area education agency region, and representatives from education groups.

  • Dale Crozier, Shared Superintendent, MFL MarMac Schools & Eastern Allamakee Schools
  • Jeff Dicks, Shared Superintendent, Albert City-Truesdale Schools & Newell-Fonda Schools
  • Greg Ebeling, Superintendent, Pella Schools
  • Mary Beth Fast, Executive Director, IASBO
  • Steve Grond, Shared Superintendent, Boyden-Hull Schools & West Sioux Schools
  • Trent Grundmeyer, Associate Professor, Drake University
  • Brandon Hansel, SBO, Fort Dodge Schools
  • Craig Hansel, CFO Emeritus, Iowa State University
  • Tim Hood, Shared Superintendent, Sidney Schools, South Page Schools & East Mills Schools
  • Roark Horn, Educational Leadership Program, University of Northern Iowa
  • Kim Huckstadt, Director, ISFLC
  • Sue Huls, SBO, Cardinal Schools
  • Paul Kruse, Senior Vice President & Director-Iowa Office, PMA
  • Jan Miller-Hook, School Finance Director, IASB
  • Bob Olson, Superintendent Emeritus/Instructor, Clarion-Goldfield-Dows Schools
  • John Parker, Iowa Department of Management
  • Tara Paul, Superintendent, Estherville Lincoln Central Schools
  • Lisa Remy, Executive Director, SAI
  • Theron Schutte, Superintendent, Marshalltown Schools
  • Shawn Snyder, Associate Executive Director, Government Relations & School Finance, IASB
  • Paula Wright, Superintendent, Oskaloosa Schools
 
Ask Me icon For questions, email Kim Huckstadt or call (319) 273-4525.
 

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