Annual Conference

Thank you for joining us at the 2018 Conference!

Save the date for the next ICCA Conference:

When: April 5 & 6, 2019
Where: The Meadows at Prairie Meadows in Altoona
Who: for all CHEER coaches! Come join us!
Schedule: Add on classes (include AACCA) on Friday am and pm. Take advantage of IHSAA’s offer to pay a portion of each coach’s tuition for AACCA. Friday evening banquet and awards. Saturday will have many educational classes! Check this website often for additions.

National Speakers for 2019

Jim Lord

JIM

Executive Director of AACCA, the nation’s number one educational class for cheer

Jim Lord is the Executive Director for the American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Administrators (AACCA) and is a former captain for the nationally ranked University of Kentucky cheer squad. He has been involved in cheerleading since 1984 as a cheerleader, coach, and administrator. He works with the NFHS Spirit Rules Committee and is a recipient of the NFHS Outstanding Service Award. He has spoken at over 30 different state coaches conference as well as national and international conferences. When not working on cheerleading safety, Jim volunteers at his son’s elementary school where he is the president of the PTO.

Morton Bergue

Morton is the President of Cheergyms.com, Inc. and currently serves as the Chairman of the National Cheerleading Coaches Congress. He was inducted in the California Cheerleading Association Hall of Fame in 2007 and the Oregon Cheerleading Association Hall of Fame in 2009. Morton serves on the Board of Directors of the United States All Star Federation (USASF), of which he was the first inductee to that organizations Hall of Fame in 2004. In 2011 and 2015, he was the head choreographer for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, as well as serving as a dance and cheer clinician nationally and internationally.

 

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