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Brad Huntington, School counselor, has been teaching in the north Iowa area since January 1981 (37.5 years) where he began teaching science and coached in the original Thompson High School. He is a graduate of Clear Lake High School, University of Northern Iowa (BA) Go Panthers!!!, and Mankato State University (MS). In the fall of 1991, Mr. Huntington became school counselor in the North Iowa Elementary School and has added new responsibilities each year and currently works with all students but focuses on the 8-12 guidance and counseling program and directing the Alternative Learning Center in the North Iowa Community School District.
Mr. Huntington's interests outside of school includes golf, hunting, fishing, raising birddogs, gardening and sports. Duck Dynasty is one of his favorite shows and someday he hopes to make duck calls for Duck Commander! He has served as an Iowa Department of Natural Resources Hunter Education Intructor since 1981. Mr. Huntington's favorite teams include the Minnesota Twins and the Indianapolis Colts. Although he enjoys watching the black and blue division teams (Vikings, Packers, Bears, and Lions) play on any given Sunday.  He is also a fan of the 3 public university teams in Iowa, but pulls for the Panthers images.jpgand Cyclones images cyclones.jpg in head to head matches with the Hawkeyesimages iowa hawk.jpg .
Mr. Huntington served as mayor for the city of Thompson in the late 1980's.  Currently, he serves on the Winnebago County Conservation Foundation Board, Tri-County Ducks Unlimited committee, and the Bethany Lutheran Church Endowment committee, and the state Iowa College Access Network advisory board.









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