Iroquois Central School District

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05/09/2020
www.iroquoiscsd.org

The District budget newsletter is at the printer but if you would like a sneak peek click on the link below:
https://www.iroquoiscsd.org/cms/lib/NY19000365/Centricity/ModuleInstance/7915/budget%20newsletter%202020.pdf

Tomorrow!
05/08/2020

Tomorrow!

DISTRICT ANNUAL BUDGET VOTEBOARD MEMBER ELECTIONJune 9, 2020 In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order 202.26,th...
05/08/2020
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DISTRICT ANNUAL BUDGET VOTE
BOARD MEMBER ELECTION
June 9, 2020

In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order 202.26,
the Annual School District Vote and Election shall be completed through Absentee Ballot.

The deadline for candidate nominations is May 11, 2020 at 5:00 PM. Nominating signatures are not required, and candidates will be listed on the ballot alphabetically. Interested candidates should contact District Clerk Cindy Sadowski at [email protected] for further information.

Each registered voter in the Iroquois district will receive, in the mail, an absentee ballot with a postage-paid return envelope.
If you are a registered voter and do not receive a ballot by May 26, please email District Clerk Cindy Sadowski at [email protected] or by calling 652-3000 ext. 1001. Please note that absentee ballots will not be counted unless they are received in the District Clerk’s Office by 5:00 p.m. on June 9, 2020. The ballots must be placed in the official ballot envelope and the statement of absentee voter must be signed.

Budget Hearing and Board of Education Meeting
Tuesday, June 2, 2020 - 6:30 PM

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and in accordance with Executive Order 202.26, please be advised that members of the public will not be permitted to attend the Budget Hearing in person. The meeting can be viewed via live stream at www.iroquoiscsd.org. If you have a question while viewing the hearing, email [email protected]. Your question will be read and answered before the end of the meeting.
In addition, the meeting will be recorded and posted to the District website

05/08/2020

Middle School Art Teacher Mrs. Campbell challenged her students to do random acts of kindness and the results were amazing!

05/07/2020
For several years Mr. Randall’s high school physics classes enjoyed visiting primary students to teach physics lessons. ...
05/07/2020

For several years Mr. Randall’s high school physics classes enjoyed visiting primary students to teach physics lessons. This year, some students created digital lessons which included experiments using common household items. Senior Kennedy H. developed an experiment on static electricity. Ryan S., in Mrs. Watkin’s third grade class at Wales Primary, enjoyed successfully completed the experiment.

O'Brien's Sleepy Hollow
05/06/2020

O'Brien's Sleepy Hollow

EMW Boys & Girls Club of Elma, Marilla & Wales in Conjunction with O’Brien’s Sleepy Hollow is providing
Mother’s Day take out Dinners on both Saturday May9th and Mother’s Day May 10. Since 1937 we have served the outstanding homemade food. Treat mom to the best dinner in Western NY. Order online at Obriensgrove.com, online ordering only . Signature prime rib, same pride same recipe since 1937. See full menu online and don’t forget the homemade apple pie!

05/06/2020
It may be teacher appreciation week, but they are appreciated every day! Thank you Iroquois teachers!
05/06/2020

It may be teacher appreciation week, but they are appreciated every day! Thank you Iroquois teachers!

05/05/2020
05/05/2020
05/04/2020

Robo-call from Superintendent Scofield sent on May 4, 2020 at 1:30 PM

Good afternoon this is Douglas Scofield Superintendent of Iroquois. Today's Monday message has two important updates.
The Governor announced on Friday that schools will remain on remote instruction until the end of the school year. However, the State Education Department has not provided us with the exact date in June that the school year will end on. Once that date is determined I will notify everyone. The good news is that the Iroquois administration is now able to develop definitive end of the year plans. You will be receiving updates on these plans within the next two weeks. Please continue to support and compliment your children for their tremendous work and dedication they have exhibited during this time period.
The Governor also determined that the annual school budget vote will be held June 9th. All voting ballots will be completed at home and mailed back into the district. This will be accomplished by having each and every household within the district receive ballots and a self-addressed stamped envelope. These requirements were outlined in the Governor’s executive order. As the vote date draws closer, you will be receiving additional updates as to what to expect and be on the lookout for in the mail.
I hope everyone enjoyed the beautiful weather we had yesterday. Rmember to stay safe, stay healthy and practice social distancing.

05/04/2020

First grade students at Wales Primary present Funny Joke Friday!

Middle School Team Goodall would like to recognize the students pictured for the outstanding contributions to the team d...
05/04/2020

Middle School Team Goodall would like to recognize the students pictured for the outstanding contributions to the team during the month of April. The students pictured have demonstrated not only a commitment to completing their tasks but also shown excellent leadership and outstanding digital citizenship. They have truly led the way and been role models for their peers during this extended time away from the classroom. A big thank you for all you are doing to make this process easier for the teachers and your classmates. Congratulations to Sam, Zachary, Isabella, Brandon, Jett, Carter, Dominic, Emma, Chloe, Aiden, Nicholas, Gracie, and Kaitlin. Continue to “Lead the Way.”

Over 50 sixth grade students in Mrs. Loveland’s class were elated to hold a Zoom conference with Meteorologist Elyse Smi...
05/03/2020

Over 50 sixth grade students in Mrs. Loveland’s class were elated to hold a Zoom conference with Meteorologist Elyse Smith of WGRZ. She captivated the audience with stories of why and how she became a meteorologist, what it’s like to work from home during this transitional period, and her passion for what she does. She answered several of their questions, along with a demonstration to illustrate how clouds are produced. She concluded her fascinating presentation with mesmerizing stories, including firsthand encounters with tornadoes, hail and chasing storms.

It's National College Signing Day!  Congratulations!
05/01/2020

It's National College Signing Day! Congratulations!

05/01/2020

Robo-call message from Superintendent Scofield on May 1 at 1:05 PM.
Good afternoon this is Douglas Scofield, Superintendent of Schools with a quick update from the Governor's address this morning. The Governor announced that all of New York State schools will remain on remote learning through the end of the school year. The Governor did not provide the date in June for the last day of instruction. As soon as I receive that date, I will inform the entire community. Additionally, no decision on summer school has been made but August Regents exams have been canceled. I wish to express my sincere appreciation and thanks to every Iroquois parent and student for their exemplary dedication and commitment during these times. Stay safe, stay healthy and practice social distancing.

05/01/2020

The Iroquois Transportation Department Misses You!

05/01/2020
04/30/2020
04/29/2020
Virtual Orchestra

Senior Leah S. and her friend enjoy playing violin together through technology

04/29/2020
Virtual Music Lessons

Students in the orchestra program have been using Microsoft teams to stay connected to each other and Ms. Louttit. Students are doing weekly listening reflections and receiving optional lessons throughout the week with Ms. Louttit.

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing th...
04/28/2020

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” - Margaret Mead

04/27/2020

Robo-call message from Superintendent Scofield on April 27 at 1:30 PM.

The Governor today discussed his phase-in plan to reopen New York State appropriately. In his discussion he alluded to taking a regional approach in opening more essential low risk businesses first. Unfortunately, his discussion did not include any new information on school districts. Therefore, our current timeline is still in effect with the possibility of students returning May 18th. However, this date may change.
Switching to athletics, the Section VI executive committee put forth information today stating that varsity level sports will have a modified schedule with no postseason championships if school resumes by June 1st. I am saddened to say this means that junior varsity and modified sports will not have a spring season. Please know the varsity level competition is still not a definite and must follow the New York State pause guidelines that are in effect if, and when, they compete.
On a positive note, administration continues to provide possible contingency plans for end of the year activities such as moving up days, graduation and prom. We will continue to work towards finalizing our plans as more guidance is given from New York State on social distancing requirements for June. My thought for today, as we continue remote learning and the weather continues to improve, attempt to have your children hold their classes outside to enjoy the spring weather.
Thank you again for all you are doing and as always stay safe, stay healthy and practice social distancing.

This week, the 7th Grade Team Roosevelt teachers would like to recognize the following students for their hard work and ...
04/27/2020

This week, the 7th Grade Team Roosevelt teachers would like to recognize the following students for their hard work and perseverance throughout the past several weeks. Their dedication to completing work on time, reaching out to their teachers with questions, and practicing good digital citizenship, have all been terrific! We continue to appreciate all the support from families and hope everyone remains safe and healthy. This week’s Remarkable Roosevelt's are Nolan Y, Kylie G, Jillian M, Taylor G, Olivia C, Felicia P, Mikey D, Giulia S

04/27/2020

Middle School Art Show

Violet, a student in Mrs. Zollinger's kindergarten class at Wales Primary, pretending to be in "school."
04/27/2020

Violet, a student in Mrs. Zollinger's kindergarten class at Wales Primary, pretending to be in "school."

Students collaboratively using the whiteboard during a Global Studies lesson.
04/24/2020

Students collaboratively using the whiteboard during a Global Studies lesson.

Photos from Iroquois Central School District's post
04/24/2020

Photos from Iroquois Central School District's post

Wales Primary physical education teachers visited some of their students yesterday to engage in window workouts.
04/22/2020

Wales Primary physical education teachers visited some of their students yesterday to engage in window workouts.

04/22/2020

Wales Primary Greetings

04/22/2020

Elma Primary Greetings

04/21/2020

Everyday Heroes K-12 Art Show

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