Iroquois Central School District

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ITAC members shared the success of their fundraiser held recently during the Elma Village Green concert series.
08/05/2019

ITAC members shared the success of their fundraiser held recently during the Elma Village Green concert series.

08/02/2019

Due to several conflicts, and therefore a lack of a quorum, the Iroquois Board of Education Meeting has been rescheduled from August 28 to Monday, August 26, 2019 at 7:00 PM in the Intermediate Building Cafeteria.

08/01/2019

Reminder
ATHLETIC ANNOUNCEMENT:
Family ID will be open from July 19th – August 15th for any student interested in playing a JV/Varsity fall sport. Family ID with be open from August 3rd – 15th for any student participating in golf and August 5th – September 11th for any student interested in playing a modified sport.
Please make sure there is a current physical on file in the middle school/high school health office.

07/21/2019

The Iroquois Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Monday, July 22 at 3:30 pm. The meeting will take place in room 32 of the Intermediate Building. During the meeting, a public hearing will be held on the District Safety Plan.

ATHLETIC ANNOUNCEMENT:  Family ID will be open from July 19th – August 15th for any student interested in playing a JV...
07/19/2019

ATHLETIC ANNOUNCEMENT:
Family ID will be open from July 19th – August 15th for any student interested in playing a JV/Varsity fall sport. Family ID with be open from August 3rd – 15th for any student participating in golf and August 5th – September 11th for any student interested in playing a modified sport.
Please make sure there is a current physical on file in the middle school/high school health office.

School’s out …. why are the speed limit lights flashing?? Summer School!  While students are in attendance for summe...
07/11/2019

School’s out …. why are the speed limit lights flashing?? Summer School!
While students are in attendance for summer school at Elma Primary on Rice Road and at the main campus, the speed limit lights will remain flashing. In addition, children attending the summer program at the Boys and Girls Club cross Girdle Road numerous times during the day for activities being held in the school buildings. The lights will be off on the weekends. Safety First!

Distinguished Alumni Honored at Iroquois Graduation | East Aurora Advertiser
07/09/2019
Distinguished Alumni Honored at Iroquois Graduation | East Aurora Advertiser

Distinguished Alumni Honored at Iroquois Graduation | East Aurora Advertiser

The Iroquois Foundation announced Dr. Diana Rowan and Dr. James Pawelczyk as the recipients of the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Wall of Fame of Iroquois High School. This award goes to Iroquois Alumni who graduated at least 10 years prior to being inducted. To be nominated, the candidates must demonstr...

Congratulations Class of 2019!
06/28/2019

Congratulations Class of 2019!

On June 12 the Board of Education recognized and thanked for their many years of service, faculty and staff retiring thi...
06/24/2019

On June 12 the Board of Education recognized and thanked for their many years of service, faculty and staff retiring this year. Present to receive best wishes were School Counselor Bette Dehr, Physical Education teacher Tom Wood, Music teacher Jennifer Tritto, and the family of bus driver Pamela Reed who was recognized posthumously. Unable to attend were Bus Driver Linda Konopa, Clerk Typist Linda Pfender, Teacher Aide Sue Pudlak, Teacher Aide Kathy Szramkowski and Cleaner Nancy Pinkowski.

06/21/2019

Iroquois Senior Stroll 2019

06/14/2019
Wishing the Class of 2019 a memorable and safe prom.
06/13/2019

Wishing the Class of 2019 a memorable and safe prom.

Culture Club, under the direction of Ms. Cuevas, took a field  trip  to Lafayette High School to meet the pen pals that ...
06/13/2019

Culture Club, under the direction of Ms. Cuevas, took a field trip to Lafayette High School to meet the pen pals that they have been communicating with over the school year. The pen pals are in the Newcomer Academy at Lafayette. The students in the Newcomer Academy shared different aspects of their cultures with Iroquois students, such as food, favorite music and holiday traditions. In an Algebra 2 class, Iroquois students were able to help them with graphing. Another activity they did together was to learn how to juggle!

Members of the district student support teams, teachers and administrators participated in a presentation on MTSS (multi...
06/12/2019

Members of the district student support teams, teachers and administrators participated in a presentation on MTSS (multi-tier system of supports) by Middle School Principal Ross Esslinger to better support all students.

06/11/2019

The regular meeting of the Iroquois Board of Education will be held Wednesday, June 12 at 7:00 PM in the Intermediate Building Cafeteria. The Public Hearing on the Code of Conduct will be held during the meeting. All are welcome to attend.

Today we recognize #Iroquois2019 senior - Adam Reichert.  Next year, Adam will be studying mechanical engineering at SUN...
06/11/2019

Today we recognize #Iroquois2019 senior - Adam Reichert. Next year, Adam will be studying mechanical engineering at SUNY Binghamton. He made his decision based on three variables, "perfect distance, great campus, great program". His future advice to upcoming seniors, "Take advantage of events and opportunities, it is your last chance." Adam has shown great leadership during his time at Iroquois. Thank you Adam! #CareersStartHere

This past Saturday 15 students, and some of their parents, met at Emerald Beach and volunteered their time to clean up t...
06/10/2019

This past Saturday 15 students, and some of their parents, met at Emerald Beach and volunteered their time to clean up the plastic that washed up on the small beach. The Current Issues Activists (CIA) Club, under the guidance of high school teacher Mrs. McCoy, spearheaded the event after learning the environmental impact plastic has on our planet. The students worked in conjunction with Alexis Oltmer, who is a graduate of UB and is working toward a plastic free Buffalo. Ms. Oltmer will use the materials she collects to create an art display. The students made an impact on her, as well as many passersby.

The Middle School Drama Club recently had the opportunity to perform at the Shea’s Jr. Theater Celebration.
06/10/2019

The Middle School Drama Club recently had the opportunity to perform at the Shea’s Jr. Theater Celebration.

Congratulations to the students who were honored at the 8th grade Honors Awards Ceremony.  The students pictured were on...
06/07/2019

Congratulations to the students who were honored at the 8th grade Honors Awards Ceremony. The students pictured were on the honor roll every quarter for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade! Great job!

06/07/2019

ITAC Student Ambassadors and SRO DePlato

#Iroquois2019 senior - Alexandra Gordon will be taking her talents to Pittsburgh, PA as she will be attending Duquesne U...
06/07/2019

#Iroquois2019 senior - Alexandra Gordon will be taking her talents to Pittsburgh, PA as she will be attending Duquesne University in the fall. She decided on Duquesne because of its Pharmacy program and the beautiful "homey" campus. Her advice to next year's seniors, "Senior year will go by faster than you ever expect. Take in every second because before you know it, it will be May." Ally has been very active within the local community during time at Iroquois. Thanks Ally! We look forward to the great things that you will accomplish! #CareersStartHere

Each year the administrators, mechanics  and bus drivers at the transportation department host a picnic for the special ...
06/07/2019

Each year the administrators, mechanics and bus drivers at the transportation department host a picnic for the special education life skills class at the high school. Several of the students have made connections with the people at the bus garage over the years. Students in the life skills class run a recycling club and often go to the bus garage break room to collect water bottles. Some students have interned at the bus garage over the years and held jobs there over the summer detailing the buses. During the year there are several phone calls between the classroom and bus garage scheduling class community outings, work placements, and internships. This is a nice time to all eat lunch together and socialize in a relaxed fun atmosphere.

#Iroquois2019 senior Colby Haberl will be joining the armed forces as a member of the United States Navy.  He hopes to d...
06/06/2019

#Iroquois2019 senior Colby Haberl will be joining the armed forces as a member of the United States Navy. He hopes to develop a skill set to become an engineer. His advice to future seniors, "Good Luck! The year (senior year) flies by… you better make every day count!" Thank you Colby! We are proud of your accomplishments and contributions to Iroquois and thank you for your service to our country. #CareersStartHere

The High School Lead Club recently sponsored a dance for the special needs students.   Wonderful time for all!
06/05/2019

The High School Lead Club recently sponsored a dance for the special needs students. Wonderful time for all!

The family of the late Bill Quick (Voice of the Chiefs) will be having a garage sale this coming Sat, June 8th at the fa...
06/05/2019

The family of the late Bill Quick (Voice of the Chiefs) will be having a garage sale this coming Sat, June 8th at the family home located at 661 Stolle Rd, Elma, from 9am-2pm. All proceeds from the garage sale will be donated to The Iroquois Foundation!

Today we recognize #Iroquois2019 senior - Gwendolyn Cunningham.  She will be attending SUNY Geneseo in the fall majoring...
06/04/2019

Today we recognize #Iroquois2019 senior - Gwendolyn Cunningham. She will be attending SUNY Geneseo in the fall majoring in elementary education with a plan to become a teacher. She chose Geneseo for the campus beauty and its small town feel similar to East Aurora. Her advice to future seniors, "Don't get stressed out on school. Spend time with your friends and don't get worried about the little things." Thank you Gwen for everything you have done for Iroquois - especially for the music and drama departments!!! #CareersStartHere

After reading Flat Stanley, each student, in first grade at Wales Primary, chose a friend/relative in another part of th...
06/04/2019

After reading Flat Stanley, each student, in first grade at Wales Primary, chose a friend/relative in another part of the USA to send their own Flat Stanley to. Students wanted to see what kind of fun adventures he could have around the USA. Each Flat Stanley was returned with pictures and a note about his adventures. The students were so excited each time Flat Stanley returned to Wales.

06/03/2019
Today the high school recognizes senior Benjamin Hawkes.  He will be attending the University at Buffalo in the fall.  H...
05/31/2019

Today the high school recognizes senior Benjamin Hawkes. He will be attending the University at Buffalo in the fall. He hopes to one day become a history teacher at the high school level while he works on a PhD in History. His ultimate goal is one day become a college professor. His advice to the future seniors, "Don't be afraid to try as hard as you can!" Good Luck Ben!!! We thank you for your contributions to Iroquois. #CareersStartHere

05/31/2019

Sectional Qualifiers
Boys' Baseball vs Ken West Saturday, June 1 12:00 PM at Canisius College.
Girls' Softball vs Williamsville North Monday, June 3 4:00 PM at Williamsville North.
Good Luck Chiefs and Lady Chiefs!

The High School Orchestra and Band students recently traveled to Boston, MA. Students had a great time as they experienc...
05/30/2019

The High School Orchestra and Band students recently traveled to Boston, MA. Students had a great time as they experienced the rich history of Boston and attended a concert by the world famous Boston Symphony Orchestra with guest conductor, Gustavo Dudamel. Students also visited the New England Conservatory of music, the Prudential Tower, science museum and the Boston Aquarium.

Today we recognize #Iroquois2019 graduate Kara Gurgol who will be attending the University at Albany and will be majorin...
05/29/2019

Today we recognize #Iroquois2019 graduate Kara Gurgol who will be attending the University at Albany and will be majoring in sociology. She picked UAlbany because she loved the diversity among the students and the campus itself. She hopes to one day volunteer in the Peace Corps and gain a career in International Aid/Development. Her advice to next year's seniors, "Don't think about your education as if it is something that’s temporary. Completing those homework assignments that seem pointless because “you’re about to graduate” is genuinely benefitting you so much more than you know!" Good Luck Kara!!! #CareersStartHere

The Iroquois High School Bands will be presenting their annual Outdoor Pops Concert on Thursday May 30th at 7:00 P.M. We...
05/29/2019

The Iroquois High School Bands will be presenting their annual Outdoor Pops Concert on Thursday May 30th at 7:00 P.M. Weather permitting, this performance will take place outdoors near the tennis courts behind Iroquois High School. Please bring a folding lawn chair to sit on. In case of rain, the performance will be held inside the high school auditorium. Taffy’s Shake Truck will be on hand selling a wide variety of milkshakes and ice cream. The Iroquois Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band, and Jazz Ensemble will present a program of popular and patriotic music from a variety of genres, with our annual special tribute to the Armed Forces at the conclusion of the performance. Any Veterans or currently enlisted members of the military are invited to join us so we may recognize you for your tremendous service. This event is free and open to the public.

It is officially one month until graduation day!  The high school will highlight seniors as they conclude their studies ...
05/28/2019

It is officially one month until graduation day! The high school will highlight seniors as they conclude their studies and move on to the future. Tanner Kulbacki will be attending the University at Buffalo in the fall where he will be majoring in accounting and finance. He picked UB because he wanted a "big school" experience while still staying close to home. His advice for next year's seniors, "Work hard at whatever you do and try to get into good habits. Don’t quit even if you don’t get into the school you really wanted to go to. Have fun!" #CareersStartHere #Iroquois2019

Second grade students in Mrs. Parzy's classroom at Wales Primary met with Sandra Ferger’s 7th grade students for a str...
05/28/2019

Second grade students in Mrs. Parzy's classroom at Wales Primary met with Sandra Ferger’s 7th grade students for a straw rocket challenge.

05/24/2019
05/23/2019
On Saturday, May 18, the 6th grade orchestra members participated in the Fantasy Island Music Festival. Seventeen of our...
05/23/2019

On Saturday, May 18, the 6th grade orchestra members participated in the Fantasy Island Music Festival. Seventeen of our orchestra members went to Fantasy Island to be evaluated by an adjudicator. They performed and were evaluated on a NYSSMA level 2 concert program. Congratulations to the 6th grade orchestra for doing a fantastic job at Fantasy Island!

The students at Marilla Primary had a very important vote yesterday also.  Who would be selected to go into the Dunk Tan...
05/22/2019

The students at Marilla Primary had a very important vote yesterday also. Who would be selected to go into the Dunk Tank first during Field Day? On the ballot were Mrs. Peresan, Mrs. Schultz, Miss K. Augustine and Ms. Cheney. The results were announced this morning with Mrs. Peresan winning (or is it losing) overwhelmingly!

Middle School 7th and 8th grade students traveled to Washington, DC.
05/22/2019

Middle School 7th and 8th grade students traveled to Washington, DC.

05/22/2019

Thank you for your support!
Proposition #1 - Yes 931 No 263
Proposition #2 - Yes 927 No 254
Proposition #3 - Yes 965 No 217
Elected to Board of Education - Mr. Charles Specht - 962 votes

05/20/2019
Wales Primary Annual Wax Museum
05/20/2019

Wales Primary Annual Wax Museum

The Iroquois Middle School Library received a generous donation from the family of Christopher Blakowski, an Iroquois gr...
05/20/2019

The Iroquois Middle School Library received a generous donation from the family of Christopher Blakowski, an Iroquois graduate who recently passed away. With the funds received from the donation, aerospace and engineering books were added to the library's collection in memory of Christopher. Many selections have already been checked out!

The top three ranked high school students were recognized last evening at the Erie County Association of School Boards S...
05/17/2019

The top three ranked high school students were recognized last evening at the Erie County Association of School Boards Scholastic Achievement Dinner held at Salvatore's. Pictured left to right: Mr. David Lowrey, ECASB Exec. Director and ICSD Board Member; Dr. Dean Ramirez, High School Principal; Seniors Miranda Kistner, Gaelen Negus and Alexandra Gordon, Mr. Douglas Scofield, Superintendent and Mr. Charles Specht, ECASB President and ICSD Board Vice-President. Congratulations!

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