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The ASBSD Board of Directors consists of 18 ASBSD Region Directors elected to four-year terms. ASBSD Region Directors are elected both from a geographic region and a school size category. A five-member executive committee may meet in the interim to discuss emerging issues facing the organization. Download The Role of the ASBSD Board.

ASBSD Executive Committee

Farrell
Tom Farrell :: President

Tom Farrell, Madison Central, has been a member of the ASBSD Board of Directors since 2014 and served on the Policy & Resolutions Committee. He has been a member of his local board since 2010, during which time he has been elected as Board President six times, sat on the district’s high school renovation committee and represented his local district as ASBSD’s Legislative Action Network representative. Tom is an Associate Professor Emeritus with Dakota State University.

tom.farrell@k12.sd.us

Farrell
Denise Lutkemeier :: 1st Vice President

Denise Lutkemeier, Wilmot, has been a member of the ASBSD Board of Directors since 2008 and previously served as ASBSD President in 2014-15 and on the Executive Committee from 2012-16. She has been a member of her local board since 2000, during which time she has been elected as both School Board President and Vice President, represented her local board on the Northeast Special Education Cooperative board and acted as the Wilmot representative for ASBSD’s Legislative Action Network. She is a Sanford Health Cancer Registry Manager.

denisel@tnics.com

Eric Stroeder :: 2nd Vice President

Eric Stroeder, Mobridge-Pollock, has been a member of the ASBSD Board of Directors since 2012 and previously served as ASBSD President in 2015-16 and on the Executive Committee from 2013-17. He has been a member of his local board since 2012, during which time he has been elected as both School Board President and Vice President, served on the South Dakota Retirement System Board of Directors since 2004, been a member of the Blue Ribbon Task Force and acted as the Mobridge-Pollock representative for ASBSD’s Legislative Action Network and as their Delegate. He is a Civil Engineer for the State of South Dakota

eric.stroeder@state.sd.us

Thoelke
Todd Thoelke :: Past President

Todd Thoelke, Sioux Falls, has been a member of the ASBSD Board of Directors since 2014 and has served on the ASBSD Branding and Policy & Resolutions Committees. He has been a member of his local board since 2012. On his local board, Todd has served a term as President and two terms as Vice President and has served on the Insurance, Policy Review and Sioux Falls Sports Authority committees. Todd is a realtor with Hegg Realtors in Sioux Falls.

todd@hegg.com

 

ASBSD BOARD OF DIRECTORS

DuaneAlm
Duane Alm

Aberdeen School Board

Northeast Region, 1,400-9,999

GarretBischoff
Garret Bischoff

Huron School Board
Northeast Region, At-Large (700-1,399)

LindaBordeaux
Linda Bordeaux

Todd County School Board
Central Region, 1,400-9,999

TanyaGray
Tanya Gray

Douglas School Board
Western Region, 1,400-9,999

KathyGreeneway
Kathy Greeneway

Yankton School Board
Southeast Region, 1,400-9,999

PamelaHaukaas
Pamela Haukaas

Colome Consolidated School Board
Central Region, 265 & Under

SusanHumiston
Susan Humiston

Edgemont School Board
Western Region, 265 & Under

SteveKubik
Steve Kubik

Winner School Board
Central Region, 700-1,399

AnitaPeterson
Anita Peterson

Haakon School Board
Western Region, 266-699

MikeRoesler
Mike Roesler

Rapid City School Board
Western Region, 10,000 & Above

AngieRoss
Angie Ross

Hill City School Board
Western Region, At-Large (700-1,399)

ShaneRoth
Shane Roth

De Smet School Board
Northeast Region, 266-699

JulieSchwader
Julie Schwader

Howard School Board
Southeast Region, 266-699

LisaSnedeker
Lisa Snedeker

Woonsocket School Board
Southeast Region, 265 & Under

Royer announces retirement

After six years and hundreds of board members trained, ASBSD Leadership Development Director Randy Royer will retire at summer’s end.   “I’ve totally enjoyed my time with ASBSD and working with school board members and school administration during the last six years,” Royer said.   “I am so glad there are so many focused-on student