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3/27/2023 Superintendent's Message

Dear Iroquois Family,

Good afternoon, here is important information for the week of March 27th:

High School

The Miles for Mental Health Walk-a-Thon will be held this year on Friday, May 12th at the Iroquois Athletic Complex. Congratulations to 11th grader, Seth on winning the t-shirt design contest! Click on the link below to help support mental health awareness by purchasing a t-shirt, with proceeds going to The Rural Outreach Center. You can wear this t-shirt while participating in the Walk-a-Thon, or just to show your support. Remember, it's okay to not be OK - our social workers and counselors are here if you need someone to talk to. If you have any questions, please contact High School Social Worker, Ms. Robinson at

Iroquois High School 2nd Annual Miles for Mental Health Walk-a-Thon! Custom Ink Fundraising


For Parents to Know

This week Iroquois will be hosting our first Varsity home games for the spring season on our new turf field.  There is a ribbon cutting ceremony today, March 27th for Varsity Boys Lacrosse at 5:25 and Tuesday March 28th for Varsity Girls Lacrosse at 4:55.   The ceremony for Varsity Track will be Tuesday, April 18th at 4:55. 

Please come out and join us.


Music Department

Congratulations goes out to 17 of our talented high school musicians who participated and performed at UB this past weekend in Senior High All County ensembles.  Our wonderful students represented Iroquois in their usual stellar fashion!  The District and Music Department are extremely proud of them!  

Pictures can be found on the Iroquois Facebook page:


Upcoming events on the calendar:

March 27th: Middle School Spring Pictures

March 29th: Elma Primary PTO Meeting 9:15AM

April 3-7th: Spring Recess No School PK-12

April 10th: School Resumes

April 12th: Board of Education meeting 7PM Middle School

April 13th: Middle School Association Meeting 6:00PM

April 14: Middle School Marking Period Ends

April 15th: ACT at Iroquois

Athletic team schedules:


I hope everyone has a great week and an enjoyable spring recess.


Douglas Scofield

Superintendent of Schools