Please be aware that the LAST day to make any changes to your schedule for next year (2022/2023) is FRIDAY, JULY 1ST.
Email or Teams message your counselor if you want to make a change to your schedule.
The Niagara Frontier Veterinary Society Veterinary Explorer Post is hosting a summer program for young adults, ages 14-20, beginning Wednesday, June 15th from 7-9 p.m. at Medaille College. Meetings are set for the first and third Wednesday evenings until Labor Day. This is a "hands-on" program including lectures with supplementary field trips.
Topics range from animal care & handling, veterinary physical exam, surgical procedures to large and small animal medicine, exotics, radiology, government, research, dentistry, pain management and more. Visits to the Buffalo Zoo, Erie County SPCA, Messinger Woods Wildlife Care & Education Center, a local dairy, equine practice, and more.
Registration fee is $50, payable at the first class held on June 15th. Students under the age of 18 must have a guardian sign a registration form. For more information, contact Dr. Timm Otterson at 716-689-2287 or Post26explores@gmail. com
Test dates and deadlines for the 2022-2023 College Board exams (SAT/ACT/PSAT) can be found on the link below.
Tests that will be administered at Iroquois High School are noted with an asterisk and bold print. If you have any questions, please contact the Student Support Services office at 716-652-3000 x 7876.
Summer Academy will be offered at Iroquois High School running July 6th through August 15th. Regents exams will be held on August 16th & 17th.
There is no charge for Iroquois, Holland, and Springville students, or students whose district is a participant in the Erie Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Boces Coser 402. Non-District residents will be charged a fee (note: Cash or check only; credit cards are not accepted). All fees must be paid in full at registration.
If Iroquois students have any questions, they can contact their counselor via email or stop in at the Student Support Services office.
Please click on the link for the full brochure with information:
Pursuant to the Iroquois Central Board of Education meeting on 12/9/2020, please note the following Volunteer / community service hour criteria revision:
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.
Taking care of your mental health is important to your overall well being. Below are links that will take you to calming apps and grounding techniques, along with a list of outside counseling resources you can utilize.
There are now two full time social workers available during the school day; if you need to speak to someone please stop down to Student Support. You can also 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.
Any student requiring working papers (working certificate) for employment can click this link: Application for Working Papers
The application (two pages), 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 confirmed with our school's health office during the school year; during summer or school breaks you must provide a copy of your physical or have your 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 filled out, please email or call Mrs. Maria Olsen @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call 652-3000 x 7876 to set an appointment to drop off the application (if school is in session, the student can drop this off themselves at any point during the school day). Please note that while anyone can drop of a completed application the student must come in to the office to sign the card in my presence. NOTE: 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 provide proof of birth such as a passport, birth certificate or valid driver's license along with the AT-17 Application for Employment Certificate, AT-16 Physical Fitness Certification and proof of recent physical or the section titled "Instructions to Physician" filled out by doctor's office.
Students who attend high school daily can also pick up the application in the Student Support Services office; there are also copies located n the front foyer of the high school or you can download the application on the Student Support Services page under Working Papers.
*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. If it is not returned, please contact Mrs. Olsen via email or phone number listed above to request a duplicate copy.
Blank applications can also be found in the high school foyer.
Parents of Class of 2022 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.
September 2, 2022
September 16, 2022
October 1, 2022
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM SAT Exam at Iroquois
October 15, 2022
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM PSAT at Iroquois
October 22, 2022
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM ACT Exam at Iroquois