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    ACT and SAT Prep Courses are available via Iroquois Central Community Education. Please check out the Community Education website for class information and sign-up.

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  • "" Although the Buffalo College Fair was cancelled, New York students can still connect with colleges. Click the link below for a list of Virtual College Fairs. Also, be sure to check links posted under "College Planning" on this web page.

    College Fair Guide for Buffalo Area Students

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  • "" Please note: As of September 11, 2020 all completed Community Service/Volunteer Hour sheets should be placed in the mailbox outside the Student Support Services door (in the hall where the buffalo statue used to be, across from attendance office).


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  • ""Iroquois Summer Academy

    July 6-August 12, 2021


    Two different class times will be offered:

    8:00-10:00 a.m.  or   10:00-12:00 p.m.


    Pre-Algebra .5 HS credit          (open to all 8th graders)

    Career & Finance .5 HS credit(open to 8th-12th graders)

    Health .5 HS credit                  (open to all 8th-12th graders)

    Economics .5 HS credit           (9th-12th graders)

    Government and Civics .5 HS credit (9th-12th graders)

    Internship .5 HS credit 

    "" Stop in to the Student Support Services office to meet with your counselor OR email them to sign up for classes

    Students who do not attend Iroquois High School can register at the high school main office on Tuesday, June 29th 8:00 a.m. -12 p.m. and Wednesday, June 30th 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.


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  • ""Taking care of your mental health isn't something that stops when school is over during summer.  Below are links that will take you to calming apps and grounding techniques, along with a list of outside counseling resources you can utilize.

    A school counselor will be available most Thursdays throughout the summer and you email your counselor or call 652-300 x 7876 to connect. You can also reach out to an administrator in the main office for additional resources by calling 652-300 x 7001.

    Take care of your mental health all summer long with these tools/apps

    Outside counseling resources

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  • ""

    Any student requiring working papers (working certificate) for employment can click this link: Application for Working Papers

    The application, titled "Application for Working Certificate Form AT-17 and Physical Fitness Certification Form AT-16" will be located at the upper right hand corner of the page.  Print these forms and fill out Parts I and II on the first page of the AT-17 form and top of AT-16 form (name, address, date of birth). Verification of a student's recent physical will be verified with our school's health office during the school year; during the summer you must provide a copy of your physical or have physician fill out the section titled "Instructions to Physician" on the AT-16 form, or provide a script from your physician's office stating: Patient was examined on (exact date physical was given) and is cleared for working papers (for home-schooled or private school students, verification should be done by their physician or their school nurse).

    Once these sections are completed, you can email Mrs. Maria Olsen or call 652-3000 x 7876 to set an appointment to drop off the application (if school is in session, the student can drop of themselves at any point during the school day). Please note that anyone can drop of a completed application but the student must come in to the office to sign the card in my presence. During school breaks, an appointment should be made prior to dropping of any applications or picking up completed working certificates.

    NOTE: Homeschooled or private school students that live in the district should also email proof of birth such as a passport, birth certificate or driver's license along with the AT-17 Application for Employment Certificate, AT-16 Physical Fitness Certification and proof of recent physical.

    Students who attend high school daily can also be pick up the application in the Student Support Services office; there are also copies located n the front foyer of the high school.

    *It should be noted that a student is required by NYSED to have a physical completed within one year of applying for a working paper certificate or one cannot be issued.

    Please allow 1-2 working days to process. During school break or summer break, please allow up to 3 days to process.

     The employer will keep this card on file during your employment.  If you leave your job, you should ask the employer to return your card. 

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  • "" Parents of Class of 2021 students:  

    Please be aware that a Power Point is available in place of the traditional assembly for College Admission Information.  You can find this Power Point below.  You may also access this presentation under College planning on our web page.

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  • "" We care about your health and well-being, and we are eager to support you.  If you would like to see a School Counselor or School Social Worker, please fill out the purple form outside of our doors and we will reach out to you as soon as possible. 

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  • ""For over 50 years, Mental Health Advocates of WNY (formerly Mental Health Assocation of Erie County) has been deeply committed to providing essential non-clinical services that address the needs of individuals, families, and communities living with mental illness.

    Through awareness, prevention, early intervention programs and supportive services, active promotion and advocacy of mental health and wellness for adults, families and children is provided in homes, schools, workplaces across WNY. There are currently programs being offered virtually throughout the summer for teens and families through the Youth Peer Advocates (YPA) at Mental Health Advocates of WNY:

    Grief Support Group for Teens - YPA will be offering a grief support group virtually on Zoom throughout the summer for youth ages 12-18. This group will support youth experiencing grief or loss of any type and teach/help form various skills to promote healing and acceptance. Zoom meetings will be held Tuesday 4:00-5:00 p.m. from June 29th through August 31st. Register here:  Grief Support Group for Teens

    Teen Peer Support Group - YPA is offering a peer support group for adolescent youth between the ages of 13-18 years of age. Youth Peer Advocates facilitate this strength-based group to give youth the opportunity to connect with peers, validate each other's experiences, and discuss management of mental health. This group offers a safe place for youth to celebrate accomplishments and practice self-care skills. Held July - December 2021 1st and 3rd Wednesdays from 4:00-5:00 p.m. via Zoom. To register, please click here:  Teen Peer Support Group

    Thursdays Are for The Boys - The Youth Peer Advocates will be offering a 4-week workshop virtually via Zoom to male high school students (including those just entering high school and those recently graduated) that will teach various skills to help promote good mental health & reduce the stigma between guys surrounding mental health issues. Beginning July 8th, this Zoom will run from 2:00-3:00 p.m.  Registration can be done by clicking this link: Thursdays Are For the Boys

    Back to School Stress Management - YPA will be offering a 5-week workshop via Zoom throughout August for youth ages 12-18.  This workshop will teach various skills to prepare for school staring up again in the fall.  Beginning August 2nd, from 4:00-5:00 p.m. topics will be Time Management; Finding Balance; Coping Skills; Self Care and much more. To register, please go to: Back to School Stress Management

     20-Something Support Group - Open to transition-age youth ages 18-28, this strength-based and recovery centered group is focused on providing validation and support to emerging adults facing mental health and/or substance use struggles. Running July - December 2021 on the 1st & 3rd Fridays of each month, from 6:00-7:30 p.m. via Zoom. To register for this, please click this link:  20-Something Support Group

    Questions? Call The Mental Health Advocates of WNY at 886-1242.

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    Allow 5 - 10 days for transcript processing. Visit our transcript request page for detailed information and instructions.

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  • "" Pursuant to the Iroquois Central Board of Education meeting on 12/9/2020, please note the following:

    Volunteer/community service hour criteria has been waived for the Senior Class of 2021 due to the pandemic.

    Classes of 2022, 2023 and 2024 have a reduction to twenty-four (24) hours community service/volunteer required for graduation due to the pandemic.

    The class of 2025 will require thirty-two (32) total hours of community service/volunteer hours as a requirement of graduation.

    If students or parents have any questions regarding updated requirements, please contact your counselor for more information. 

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  • "" The WNY Consortium of Higher Education consists of twenty-one world class colleges and universities and is committed to strengthening collaboration among its network of colleges and institutions, as well as forgering partnerships with regional private and public sectors. The link provided below will connect you with WNY area higher educational institutions, arranged alphabetically, and will provide information about courses of study, financial aid, student housing and activites, and more. Click here: WNY College Connection

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  • ""The WNY STEM Hub is offering the Hand in Hand Program this summer, August 2-13. STEAM education, social awareness and action, and service projects for students in grades 7-12.  Register at WNYSTEM.ORG or call 716-829-9035.

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