The North Dakota High School Activities Association’s Board of Directors approved the appointment of two new members for the 2017-18 school year during a meeting held January 19.
Warren Strand, Principal at Fessenden-Bowdon, was elected as North Dakota Association of Secondary School Principals representative.
Travis Jordan, Beulah Superintendent, was elected as Class B Southwest representative.
The appointment of NDHSAA Board Members is determined by a vote of member schools.
Ballots were distributed to member schools following the October 2016 NDHSAA Membership Meeting held in Bismarck and were tallied Jan. 19.
NDHSAA Board Members serve four-year terms.
Strand will replace Dr. Todd Bertsch of Fargo South as the North Dakota Association of Secondary School Principals representative.
Jordan will replace Brad Rinas of Washburn as the Class B Southwest representative.
Strand is a 1990 graduate of Mohall High School. Warren graduated from Minot State University in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. He earned his Master of Education in Elementary and Secondary Administration from the University of Mary in 2014.
Jordan is a 1999 graduate of Wilton High School. Travis graduated from Dickinson State University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Science Education. He earned his Masters in Educational Leadership from North Dakota State University in 2009.