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    Daily Bulletin

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    *We have quite the collection of Lost and Found in our Main Vestibule. If anyone is missing something, especially coats, please look to see if it is there*




    Teens in Action Club

    This week is the last week to bring in your nonperishable food items for our Annual Food Drive! All items will go to the Alden Food Pantry. Double check that it is not expired before you bring it in. Don't forget about our homebase contest! The homebase that brings in the most items wins a donut breakfast! The Food Drive will go until this Friday, November 17th. Thank you for all of your help!




    International Club

    The International Club is sponsoring a Hat Day this Friday, November 17th. The funds raised will go towards helping the people of Puerto Rico with the on-going issues from Hurricane Maria. With your donation of $1, you will be able to wear your hat all day while helping Puerto Rico.





    Congratulations to our Students of the Month for October! October's theme was "Responsibilty" which valued completing work on time without reminders, organization, and no "yeah but..." Each team picked a student that they felt best exemplified these characteristics. The students were presented with a certificate from Mr. Esslinger and Mr. O'Brien and a coupon for a free ice cream snack during their lunch. Congratulations!


    October Student of the Month

    Samantha Swartz, Cheyenne Mullin, Morgan Griffin, Lily Shanahan, Ashley Pitz, Olivia Nesci, Gavin Dundon, Noah Behlmaier, Brenden Warchocki
    Not Pictured: Alyson Senko, McKenzie Krzeminski, and Lola Ostrowski





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  • Look what's new at the Bookstore!



    Yes, that's right! New for Fall and Winter! Ladies Colorblock 1/4 Zip Dryfit!


    Click on the Bookstore's link on the right to see sizes!

    Hurry! These are going fast!





    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 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.

Contact Us

 Iroquois Middle School
 2111 Girdle Road
Elma, NY 14059
Fax: 716-995-2337 or 716-652-9305


 Mr. Ross Esslinger

Ext. 6000

Assistant Principal

Mr. Patrick O'Brien

Ext. 6500

Principal’s Secretary

Mrs. Linda Boyle

Ext. 6001

Assistant Principal’s Secretary

Miss Sarah Boehringer


Ext. 6501

Attendance Office

Mrs. Sue Slade

Ext. 6502

School Nurse

Mrs. Peggy Christensen

Ext. 6600