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    Click below for the 2018 Iroquois Middle School's Memory Book order form. This is the last chance to order a Memory Book for this year. It will run through Monday, January 8th through Friday, January 19th. 

    2018 Memory Book Order Form




    Come See What All The Fuzz Is About!
    The Middle School Presents…
    James and the Giant Peach Jr.
    Friday, January 26th at 7pm in the Middle School Auditorium
    Saturday, January 27th at 2pm and 7pm in the Middle School Auditorium
    Tickets are $6.00 at the door
    Preferred Seating is available for $8.00 (must be pre-ordered)

    James and the Giant Peach Jr.





    Please click below to see the Middle School's Attendance Policy. More detailed information can be found in the District's Code of Conduct. We have uploaded Home to School Notes in our News and Notes Section.

    MS Attendance




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    Rock the Iroquois colors!

    Come visit our school store and see all the new items we have this year!

    Questions? Call Mrs. Czech at extension 6874




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    Facebook Click on the link to check out the Iroquois Middle School Association (MSA) Facebook page! It has upcoming events, volunteer opportunites, and the board's contact information. 



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News and Notes

  • Click below to access our "Home to School" note. These notes can be used for students with Early Dismissals, Tardies, or Absences. Please remember that NYS requires a note with a signature for any absences during school hours! 

    Click on the link below that our principal, Mr. Esslinger, presented to the faculty and staff before the new school year began. It describes what Iroquois Middle will be focusing on this year, in order to give our students the best possible education and learning environment.


  • Iroquois Middle School

    Mission Statement


    The Middle School’s mission is to promote and provide a successful education for all students. The school’s purpose is to make the transition through adolescence a positive experience, so that students may emerge with high expectations and achieve to the best of their ability. Iroquois Middle School endeavors to offer a teaching/learning environment actively involving our students, staff, parents, and community.

    Click below to see our 2017-2018 Opening Day Presentation, given by Mr. Esslinger, which describes what Iroquois will be focusing on this year to give our students the best possible education and learning environment.

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