School Board

(L to R): Tammy Vos, Amanda Jones, Dave Foster, Jer Schnell, Gerry Van Dyke

Lynnville-Sully School Board

"Boards Making a Difference" Award Recipient in 2013 by Iowa Association of School Boards

School Board Agendas

School Board Minutes

School Board Policies

2020-2021 School Board Improvement Goals

2020-2021 School Board Committees

District Mission, Vision, Core Values

Video from "Boards Making a Difference" Award Presentation at the Iowa Association of School Boards Convention on November 21, 2013. Click HERE

2021-2022 School Board

Tammy Vos - Board President

Email: vosbunch@netins.net

Phone: 641-594-2934


Amanda Jones - Board Vice-President

Email: ajoneslsboard@gmail.com

Phone: 641-990-6164


Dave Foster

Email: dlfoster@netins.net

Phone: 641-780-9503


Jer Schnell

Email: jjschnell@hotmail.com

Phone: 641-594-3720


Gerry Van Dyke - Board Vice-President

Email: gvandyke@vermeer.com

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2020-2021 Board Staff

Karla DeCook - Board Secretary & Business Manager

Email: decook@lshawks.com

Phone: 641-594-4445 x129


Kyle Terpstra - Board Treasurer

Phone: 641-527-2167


Matt Dunsbergen - Superintendent

Email: mdunsbergen@lshawks.com

Phone: 641-594-4445 x103


The Lynnville Sully Board of Education is composed of five members elected at large to four-year terms. Board meetings are held on the third Monday of each month in the high school library at 6:30 p.m. To request inclusion on the agenda, contact Superintendent Matt Dunsbergen in writing at PO Box 210, 12476 Highway F62 East, Sully Iowa, 50251, or by email: mdunsbergen@lshawks.com Requests to be included on the agenda must be submitted seven days in advance and should state the reason for appearing before the board.


The Lynnville-Sully Board of Education has an open relationship with community members and promotes openness with opportunities to speak at monthly school board meetings during public forum (an agenda item at the beginning of each school board meeting). Community members may also be involved in the Lynnville-Sully District School Improvement Advisory Committee (SIAC) which meets four times per year.