Division Meetings

About IASB Division Meetings

All IASB divisions hold events tailored to the professional development needs of the districts in the region. Division Meetings, typically held each spring and fall, provide opportunities for members to foster relationships and learn about Association resources to support them. Programming includes reports from Division Leadership, peer recognition, and presentations or breakout sessions on education topics of interest to school leaders in that region.

Division Meetings are among the events and activities in which members in attendance can earn points in IASB’s Board Leader Recognition Program.

View the list of upcoming Division Events and choose where you want to go.

Board members are encouraged to attend the meeting in their home division; members are also encouraged to attend meetings outside their division if a different date, site, or topic is better suited to their calendar, location, or interests. Note: Online registration requires Member Login. 

Upcoming Division Events

  • 06/26/2024

    West Cook Division Governing Board Meeting 06/26/2024

    Time: 6:00 PM Fee: $24 Dinner and meeting will be hosted by Leyden CHSD 212 in the Little Theater, located at 3400 Rose Street in Franklin Park. The parking lot is located in front of the school. Please enter using entrance 4- the Little Theater is located up the stairs and to the right. Reservations are requested by June 20, 2024.
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Reasons to attend:

  • Networking
  • Professional Development
  • Peer Recognition
  • Resources

Are you interested in getting more involved in your division or division leadership? Or is your school district interested in hosting a future meeting? Contact your IASB Field Services Director.

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