Dr. Larry Hill

Dr. Larry D. Hill is the former Superintendent of Schools for the North Iowa Community School District, serving in that role from 1997-2009. He was born in Iowa, graduated from Forest City Community Schools, and attended Waldorf College and Mankato State University majoring in social studies/physical education/driver education. Hill did his graduate work at Drake University earning his doctorate in Educational Leadership. Hill has taught students ranging from Kindergarten through college seniors. Starting his teaching and coaching career at Baxter Community Schools and Thompson Community Schools, he has also been a driver education instructor at numerous school districts in central and northern Iowa. Dr. Hill's experiences include being an elementary principal, curriculum coordinator, middle school principal, school improvement consultant for AEA 2 and Superintendent. He has served as an adjunct professor for William Penn University and Waldorf College. As an active leader statewide, Hill has served on the DE Early Childhood Advisory Committee, character education committees, Educational Leadership Preparation Program Review Committee, as well as presenting for School Administrators of Iowa, Iowa Association of School Boards, AEAs, Department of Education, and several national character education conferences and conventions. Hill was selected Iowa's Superintendent of the Year in 2005 and traveled from Puerto Rico to Virginia to California presenting and visiting schools. He has served locally as a church leader, Lions Club officer, Early Childhood Iowa president, Winnebago Foundation board, local ambulance volunteer, and the Thompson city council. Dr. Hill and his wife have established the Midwest Institute for Ethical Leadership.

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