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Todd Gordon begins his first year as Activities Director at Greene County Community Schools.  He began his duties on July 1, 2019 coming to Greene County from Des Moines Roosevelt where he served as the Activities Administrator from 2015-2019.  The Roughriders won four straight CIML Metro Conference All Sports Titles during his tenure and crowned several state champions in athletics and activities.  Before coming to Roosevelt he worked as the 7-12 Activities Director at Carlisle where he helped to oversee the construction of a new turf field at the football stadium as well as renovations to the baseball facility.  He started the Carlisle Athletic Hall of Fame, a student leadership program, and staff development for coaches and directors.  

Before coming to Carlisle Gordon spent 7 years at Treynor.  The Cardinals won 49 conference championships and teams appeared in 16 state tournaments in his tenure there.  

Gordon is active in the Iowa High School Athletic Directors Association and just completed a term as President in the 2018-19 school year.  He currently serves on the Executive Board as Past President and teaches leadership classes for the IHSADA.  He resides in Jefferson with his wife Deb.  Todd and Deb are in their 36th year of marriage and have three married children and four grandchildren.  

Mr. Gordon's main areas of attention: 
  1. Coach/Director Development/Evaluation 
  2. Athletic Calendar and Schedules 
  3. Program Development 
  4. Social Media/Program Promotion 
  5. IGHSAU/IHSAA Compliance

Misty Bettey begins her second full year as the Activities Secretary.  Misty has called Greene County home since 1996.  She is a 1995 graduate of Adair-Casey and has a degree from DMACC (2012) and Buena Vista (2014).  She brings the unique perspective of being a non traditional student to her work and is able to share that perspective with students.  

Her favorite quote is a quote by Anita Septimus that says "You don't choose the day you enter the world and you don't choose the day you leave.  It's what you do in between that makes all the difference."  Misty adds that "every day I make an effort to make a difference, even if it is something as small as sharing a smile or a laugh - which often can lead to a big difference." 

Misty has three adult children, Kyle, Kelli and Emily who are all GCGS alumni and she enjoys spending time with them and traveling.  

Ms. Bettey's main areas of attention: 
  1. Student Eligibility Forms
  2. Event Workers
  3. Transportation 
  4. Office Management
  5. End of Season Awards