PROGRAM INFORMATIONIroquois Community Education is a self-supported program which offers courses to adult district and non-district residents.School-aged students are welcome to participate in age-appropriate courses where noted.CLASSES HOSTED ON SCHOOL GROUNDS 2023 WILL NOT BE HELD ON:January 16th (Martin Luther King Jr. Day)February 20th-24th (Mid-Winter Break)April 3rd-7th (Spring Break)
May 29th (Memorial Day)
June 19th (Juneteenth)
July 4th (Independence Day)
September 4th (Labor Day)
October 9th (Columbus Day)
November 10th (Veteran's Day)
November 22-24 (Thanksgiving Break)
December 25th-29th (Winter Break)
EMERGENCY SCHOOL CLOSINGSWhen school is closed for the day or after school activities are cancelled because of weather conditions, ALL Community Education classes will be cancelled without further notification. If the opening of school is delayed on any day, Community Education classes scheduled prior to the late opening are cancelled. If it should become necessary to cancel school because of inclement weather, announcements will be made on the following radio stations: WBEN (930 AM), WWKB (1520 AM), WNED (970 AM), WGR (550 AM), and WHTT (104 FM); and also on WKBW-TV, WGR-TV, and WIVB-TV. Every attempt will be made to reschedule cancelled classes.You may also check the Iroquois website https://www.iroquoiscsd.org Please DO NOT call the Community Education office for closing information.REGISTRATION
You will be registered unless notified of a cancellation or to advise you of a change. Online registrations will receive confirmation of payment via email and may set-up for an additional email reminder if so desired. Registrations by mail-in or walk-in DO NOT receive confirmation. Courses without sufficient enrollment will be cancelled. Please register early to avoid disappointment! Courses that have reached the minimum number of students may accept late registrants if there is space.
Online: Follow the registration links and pay securely online through RevTrak using a credit card.
Mail-in: Print a registration form enclose a check or money order made payable to Iroquois Central School mail to Iroquois Community Education, P.O. Box 32, Elma, NY 14059
Walk-in: The Community Education office is located in the Intermediate Building (Room 38) at 2111 Girdle Road. General public by appointment only.
Notice: Iroquois Community Education reserves the right to deny access to any course/class for any reason including but not limited to; disruptive, confrontational or aggressive behavior, improper use of school equipment or facilities, or any activity or behavior that does not comply with the Iroquois Central School District's Code of Conduct (ICSD Policy Manual section 3000, Code 3410)ADDITIONAL FEES/DISCOUNTSNon-residents are required to pay an additional $5.00 registration fee per person per semester.Senior citizens of our school district, who are age 62 and over, are entitled to a $10.00 discount on some registration fees over $50.00. We are not able to offer discounts for off-campus classes. Material/Supply fees may be collected by some instructors for materials or text books used. These fees are not included in the registration fees and will be noted in the course description.REFUND POLICYIf a course is cancelled by the Community Education Office, each student will be entitled to a full refund. Our classes are held based on a required minimum number of students registered. Therefore, TUITION CANNOT BE REFUNDED for classes that have the minimum number of students enrolled. NO fees will be refunded for any reason after the first class session!COURSE LOCATIONSHS High School, 2111 Girdle RoadMS Middle School, 2111 Girdle RoadII Iroquois Intermediate, 2111 Girdle RoadEP Elma Primary, 711 Rice RoadMP Marilla Primary, 11683 Bullis RoadWP Wales Primary, 4650 Woodchuck Road