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  • "" On Wednesday, March 24th, and Wednesday, May 12th, All Pro Tutoring & Test Prep will offer a free, online Send Your Kid to College presentation from 6-7:00 p.m. All parents, students, school personnel and guidance counselors are welcome to attend. Topics will be choosing the right major and college, standardized test prep, paying for college, scholarships and more. This virtual event will be beneficial for parents who are preparing to send their child off to college

    To register, please email allprotutoring@gmail.com for the login link. 

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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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  • "" Students who are planning to take the ACT at Iroquois on Saturday, April 17, 2021 should be aware that the last day to register at the standard cost is Friday, March 12th.  

    Students may register from March 13-26 with an additional late fee added.  Please go to www.actstudent.org to register. When registering, the CEEB code  for Iroquois is 331-810 and test center reference number is 197450.  

    The ACT exam will be administered on Saturday, April 17, 2021. Students should plan to arrive at the high school by 7:30 a.m. A temperature check will be administered upon arrival. Any student exhibiting symptoms of Covid-19 will not be seated for the exam. 

    Students should bring two #2 pencils, photo I.D., and a copy of the registration form printed from the CollegeBoard. 

    If you have any questions, please contact your student's counselor or Mrs. Olsen at molsen@iroquoiscsd.org.

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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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  • "" Attend a National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) Virtual Fair featuring more than 500 colleges and universities from the US and worldwide. Don't miss out on these one day events. Drop in on Zoom sessions to hear about student life, financial aid, scholarships and more! Plus, text chat with college counselors for answers to all your questions.

    Dates offered are as follows:  February 28th - Signature Fair 1-7 pm; March 7th-STEM Fair 1-5 pm; March 16th Performing & Visual Arts 4-8 pm; March 21st - Signature Fair 1-7 pm; April 10th-Western US Fair 3-7 pm; April 20th-Southeastern US Fair 3-7 pm; May 2nd-Signature Fair 1-7 pm

    Sign up for this free event at https://virtualcollegefairs.org/

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    SOPHOMORES:  You will meet with your counselors beginning the week of January 19, 2021 to plan your Junior year schedule.  An email and Teams message will be sent to you regarding date and time of your appointment a few days prior. Meetings have been scheduled for study halls or lunches on the day(s) that you will be attending school virtually. 

    Please note: All meetings will be held virtually via Teams. If you cannot attend the meeting, please contact Mrs. Olsen at molsen@iroquoiscsd.org as soon as possible. 

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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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  • "" Any student requiring working papers (working certificate) for employment can go the Student Support Services web page, located under "Our School" on the High School web site.  This will take you to the Student Support Services home page, where you will look for "I Would Like to Apply" and click the link for Working Papers.  

    The application, titled "Application for Working Certificate AT-17 and Physical Fitness Certification Form" will be located at the upper right hand corner of the page.  Print this form (two sheets) and fill out Parts I and II on the first page of the AT-17 form and Part I of the second page. Once these parts are completed, email - along with, preferably, a copy of the student's most recent physical to Mrs. Maria Olsen at molsen@iroquoiscsd.org.

    Homeschooled or private school students that live in the district should also email proof of birth such as a passport or birth certificate along with the AT-17 application and proof of recent physical.

    *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.

    Upon review and verification of information, Mrs. Olsen will process the application and will mail the completed certificate to the student's address.  Please allow 3-5 working days to process. 

    If you plan on picking up your certificate in person on your non-cohort day, or if you are a remote student, please be aware that an appointment must be made prior and can be done by contacting the Student Support Services office at 652-3000 x 7876 or emailing Mrs. Olsen at molsen@iroquoiscsd.org. 

    These measures are put into place per Covid-19 mandates. Kindly keep in mind that  no student will be allowed to pick up the certificate in the office while coronavirus safety measures are in place. 

     

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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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  • "" 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. 

    https://web.microsoftstream.com/video/6f651b8b-9499-46a1-a02c-b01d43bf6082

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

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