Welcome to Our Department!!
                  Transcript requests turned in by
                 December 1st,
                      will be processed before Winter Break 
    Freshmen College Exchange - January 5, 2018
    Attention former Iroquois students who are currently freshmen
    at either a 2 or 4 year college or university.
    Please see that attached to join us and share your college experience. Click HERE
    Seniors - Be sure to check out our Scholarship Directory 
    New Visions Information Night, January 31st.
    For flyer, click Here 
    For application, click Here
    NOW JANUARY 25, 2018** 
    January 5, 2018 - Freshmen College Exchange 7:55 - 8:55 AM 
    January 25, 2018 - ASVAB test at Iroquois (this a change from the school calendar that has 1/26/18) 

    Free ACT & SAT prep website at www.prepfactory.com
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         5-10 school days for processing transcripts
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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

     Pam Brewster

    Administrative Assistant /
    Working Papers /
    Homework requests

    Rachel Ford
    Go - O  Grades 9 - 12
       Ext 7871
    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.