IES was happy to host “French Toast with our Favorites” today for students and families in two of our Kindergarten classes! Thank you to the Nutrition Group for a great meal and our volunteers for their help! We can’t wait to host the other two Kindergarten classes next week!
5 months ago, Jennifer Foutz
French Toast with Favorites
French Toast with Favorites
French Toast with Favorites
French Toast with Favorites
Hello IES families! Tomorrow, Friday, February 11 is the last day to purchase a 2021-2022 IES yearbook for only $10.00! If you haven’t had a chance to order a yearbook yet, you still have time! Please visit https://inter-state.com/order and enter the code 66285D to get started. Don’t miss your chance to have this amazing book of memories! Please call the IES office at 814-899-7643 x2000 with any questions. Thank you.
5 months ago, Jennifer Foutz
There is only a few days left to get your IES Yearbook! To order, go to inter-state.com/order and enter code 66285D. Yearbooks are only $10! Flyers are available in the office
5 months ago, Ms. Womack
Thank you to The Nutrition Group for orchestrating an Ice Age-themed lunch for our students, complete with music and prizes. Students had a wonderful time interacting with the staff and enjoyed some special treats! We are thankful for our continued partnership with The Nutrition Group We look forward to many more celebrations!
5 months ago, Jennifer Foutz
Ice Age lunch
Ice Age lunch
Ice Age lunch
Ice Age lunch
Good Afternoon IES Families! Due to the weather conditions, we will be cancelling after-school tutoring and homework help for today. Students who traditionally attend these programs will be sent home by their usual transportation method. If your student will require a transportation change due to the cancellation of these programs, please contact the IES office as soon as you can, so we can communicate that information with their classroom teachers. Thank you!
5 months ago, Jennifer Foutz
Hello Iroquois Elementary families! On Monday, January 31, we will kick off this year’s Kids Heart Challenge road trip! Over the next month, we will learn how to be heart healthy and help raise awareness and funds for the American Heart Association. Kids can earn prizes and the chance to do fun things like sliming their teachers! Any student who raises $150 by 1/31 will be recognized and earn Captain KHC. Register your child(ren) today at heart.org/khc
6 months ago, Cadden Jennifer
Kids Heart 2021
Good morning IES families! Out of an abundance of caution, we will be shifting our Parent/Teacher conference format to ONLY a phone conference or a Zoom conference with your child’s teacher. If you have already scheduled your conference and planned to attend in person, please contact your child’s teacher to let him/her know whether you prefer a phone or Zoom conference, and he/she will provide you with the necessary information to facilitate a successful conference. Thank you! Link to update letter: https://bit.ly/3w8lqzz
6 months ago, Jennifer Foutz
Please be aware that Erie County is at High Spread Level. Under our District Health and Safety Plan, we require masking for all next week.
6 months ago, Brenda Tombaugh
Good afternoon parents/guardians! We are looking forward to our upcoming Parent/Teacher conferences, on Thursday, January 27, 2022. If you have not yet signed up for a conference with your child's homeroom teacher, please click on the link to learn more information. As a reminder, AM Pre-K and PM Pre-K remain in-session on conference days. Thank you! Link to letter: https://bit.ly/3w8lqzz
6 months ago, Jennifer Foutz
Iroquois School District Community....... The threats received by the Iroquois School District today have been determined to be non- credible. The Lawrence Park Police Department is currently investigating these threats, but due to the manner in which they were delivered we are confident that our schools are safe. Additionally, the power outage we experienced was an isolated incident that had nothing to do with any threat towards the school. We are very fortunate that we were able to get power restored to the High School this evening, and all normal school operations will resume on Tuesday morning. As always, the safety of our students is our number one priority. We work very closely with the LPPD and other local authorities to protect our communities most important resource, our children
6 months ago, Brenda Tombaugh
Good Afternoon IES families: At this time, Iroquois Elementary School is no longer in lockdown and students will be dismissed at their normal dismissal times with additional police presence. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
6 months ago, Jennifer Foutz
Iroquois Community, Early this afternoon the Iroquois High School lost most of its electrical power due an mechanical issue, the Administration made the decision to continue with the school day, without dismissing early. The buildings heating system was partially working, and restrooms were available for use. At approximately 1:40 pm we received a phone call, threatening a school shooting at the high school. At that time, we went into lock down, and LPPD sent officers to the high school. We will remain in lockdown for the remainder of the day. Students will be dismissed as soon as close to normal dismissal time with additional police presence. The police are investigating these threats, more information will be made available once the investigation is completed.
6 months ago, Brenda Tombaugh
Iroquois School District Parent, Students and Staff, Subject: The District’s Current Health and Safety Plan/Masking and Quarantining Our Current District School Board Approved Health and Safety Plan requires that all Students, Staff, and Visitors wear mask while inside of our schools and when using district provided transportation, while Erie County is classified at the High Spread level. Every Friday we will review the data from the county and inform the Iroquois School District Community, via our district voice and text message system, on the masking requirement for the following week. The District’s Health and Safety Plan will be reviewed monthly by the Iroquois School Board and is subject to change as COVID-19 recommendations and regulations are updated. As of now, the district’s quarantine procedures have not been changed. We are awaiting more information and direction from the Erie County Department of Health before we make a recommendation to the School Board regarding shortened quarantine requirements. As always, we appreciate your support dealing with the constant changes that COVID has brought to our lives and the way the school district operates. Please remember that all our decisions are based on one keeping our students and staff safe, while doing everything we can to keep our schools open for live in-person instruction. We are facing staffing shortages in most areas, we are in critical need of substitute teachers, non-instructional aides, bus drivers and crossing guards. If you have any interest in these positions, please go to the District’s website or call the district office for more information.
6 months ago, Brenda Tombaugh
"I" Braves Logo
Below is the link to the recording of the IES 5th and 6th Grade Chorus Concert held on 12/16/21. Thank you Mrs. Moser and Mrs. Kelly for creating this opportunity for our IES students! Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfx12z2BLHQ
7 months ago, Veronica Will
​The Erie County Department of Health continues to have a masking order in place for all schools in Erie County. The district's safety plan also mandates masks due to the high number of Covid 19 cases in the local communities. All students, staff, and visitors will continue to be required to wear a mask when in the building. Additionally, students who ride the bus to school must continue to wear masks for the entirety of their bus ride.​
7 months ago, Jennifer Foutz
Possible Fraud Alert: The Iroquois School District has been notified that someone has been attempting to solicit monetary donations for a program called “Literacy & Love Project”. Solicitations indicate that this is a district supported program. Please be aware that Iroquois School Board has not approved any fundraising efforts with this organization. If you have donated to this program with the idea that this money was going to the Iroquois School District, please contact the Iroquois School District’s Superintendents office by phone or email. 814-899-7643 ex 4002 or email smurray@iroquois.iu5.org
7 months ago, Brenda Tombaugh
We are excited to see all of our families tonight at the event! The entrance to the fun is in front of the high school by the Park ‘n Go.
7 months ago, Veronica Will
Hello Iroquois families! As a reminder tonight is the first Holiday Light-Up Drive Thru event! Come check out some decorations and lights to kick off the holiday season! If you would like to walk through this event, you may park off site and do so from 6:00-6:30PM. The event will be drive thru only after 6:30PM. This is a family and community event. Free snacks and goodies available while supplies last! We can't wait to see you!
7 months ago, Veronica Will
Mrs. Zukowski's 1st grade class had fun today learning to hula hoop with Mrs. Cadden!
7 months ago, Veronica Will
Hula Hoop Fun!
Hula Hoop Fun!
Hula Hoop Fun!
Hula Hoop Fun!
Small school, big pride moment: AM Pre-K students were waiting for dismissal while 4th grade students were at recess. Some of our amazing 4th grade students elected to sit down with Pre-K for a game of Duck, Duck, Goose during their recess time. We are lucky to be a part of this amazing #ONEFAMILY.
7 months ago, Jennifer Foutz
Duck, Duck, Goose
Duck, Duck, Goose