Welcome to Our Department!!
 
           Attention Sophmores and Juniors:
 Information was mailed home regarding the National College Fair field trip to the Buffalo Convention Center on March 18th.  To view the letter and print the field trip permission form click here 

Please consider taking a brief pre-survey prior to the College Planning Program
on Thursday- 3/5 at:
 
 
 
 
 
Attention: Junior and Sophomore Families:
The High School Student Support Services Department will be hosting a
 College Planning Night -
on Thursday, March 5th @ East Aurora High School -
 located at 1003 Center Street in EA; from 6:30 - 8:30 pm.
 
This is a workshop designed for juniors, sophomores and their parent to learn more about preparing for the future.  To view the flyer that was mailed home, go to link.
 
 
 
Attention Juniors:
 
If you are interested in Health or Legal career areas:
  New Visions/Connection information and applications are available
at our Career & Technical Education link: Erie 1 BOCES - New Visions.

Applications are due to Student Support Services on or before March 2nd.
 
 
 
 
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Student Support Services Team

(716) 652-3000

School Counselors

Support Staff

 
Elizabeth J. Dehr- Dept. Chair
A - Gn    Grades 9 - 12

Ext. 7873 bdehr@iroquoiscsd.org

 
 
 Nora Specht

Administrative Assistant /
Working Papers /
Homework requests

 
Christine Serra-Long Term Sub
(for Lisa Stack)
Go - O  Grades 9 - 12
       Ext 7871 cserra@iroquoiscsd.org
 
  
High School Registrar
Transcript Requests
College/Scholarship applications
Ext. 7872 jzagst@iroquoiscsd.org
 
Janice M. Cheney 
P-Z  Grades 9 - 12 Ext. 7870 jcheney@iroquoiscsd.org
 

SSS Office Hours

7:30 am - 3:30 pm

 
 

Office Fax: (716) 995-2445

School Psychologist

School Social Worker

David Uhl
Ext. 7550
 Tana Yount

Ext. 7015

 

Our Mission:

The mission of the Iroquois Central Schools’ School Counseling Program is to recognize the uniqueness and personal worth of each student and to assist each student to acquire the academic, career, and personal/social competencies necessary to develop skills, knowledge and attitudes needed to become effective students, responsible citizens, productive workers and lifelong learners. The developmental school counseling program focuses on each student’s potential growth within the context of his or her individual, family, multicultural, and human perspective, and the district’s policies and strategic plans.