Team Times for Physicals, July 28, 2021 Physicals in the Senior High School Nurse's Office Updated forms available in the High School Office BOYS SOCCER, CHEERLEADING, and GIRLS SOCCER – 1:00 CROSS COUNTRY, VOLLEYBALL, and JH GIRLS BASKETBALL – 2:00 JH FOOTBALL – 2:30 FOOTBALL – 3:00
Congratulations to our 2021 graduates who represented Iroquois in the Save-an-Eye game on Friday night. Great job Dante, Jarrett, Antonio, and Owen!
Team Times for Physicals, July 28, 2021 Physicals in the Senior High School Nurse's Office Updated forms available in the High School Office BOYS SOCCER, CHEERLEADING, and GIRLS SOCCER – 1:00 CROSS COUNTRY and VOLLEYBALL – 2:00 JH FOOTBALL – 2:30 FOOTBALL – 3:00
7th grade and new Jr. High student orientation will be held on August 17th from 9-10am at IHS in the Auditorium. Information will be mailed home soon to families. Also on August 17th from 11-12, we will host a new student orientation for Senior High students. All 9th graders are welcome to come and walk their schedules at that time if they would like!
Please be aware that the High School Office/Building will be closed on Friday, June 25th. We will return on Monday, June 28th at 7 a.m. Sorry for any inconvenience.
REMINDER- Yearbook distribution TODAY and Weds., June 22 – 23, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. in IHS lobby. Extra copies for sale- $80. Cash/check payable to Iroquois Yearbook. Also, the last three years yearbooks are available for sale for $40 each. Make sure you tell your friends!
Kelvin Jefferson Boys Basketball Camps at Gannon University will be held July 12-15 and August 2-5. Students ages 9-14 are invited. Cost is $175. Register at www.gannonsports.com. Select "Camps", select "Mens Basketball". For more information contact Jordan Martz at Martz010@gannon.edu or call 814-871-7212.
The 2021 high school Yearbook has arrived! Distribution will be on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 22 – 23 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. from the Community Lobby. Extra copies will be for sale for $80. Cash or check made payable to Iroquois Yearbook is accepted. Additionally, we will be selling copies of the last three year’s yearbooks at a discounted rate.
BOYS VARSITY SOCCER - Coach Scott Campbell is back to lead the boys soccer team to another D10 Championship. Any high school male wishing to play soccer this year should email Coach Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org
GRADUATION - Please enjoy the live stream feed of our 2021 Graduation Ceremony starting tonight at 7pm. https://youtu.be/A-WnUw7gUVM
JR. HIGH FIELD DAY - This is a reminder to all 7th and 8th grade students that tomorrow, June 1st, is going to be a field day for the junior high. Students are reminded to dress appropriately with hats, shorts, and tennis shoes. It is also advised that students should bring sunscreen.
The Iroquois School District would like to hold a COVID Vaccine Clinic on site Saturday, June 5th. This event would be for all Iroquois community members over the age of 12. In order to facilitate this program with our local Walmart Pharmacy we are asking you to complete the interest survey located on the school district website. Responses must be received by Friday, May 28.
COVID VACCINE SURVEY - We recently sent out a text about a vaccine clinic. There was an error on that link. Please visit the high school web page under NEWS and click the link there for the information. We apologize for the error. https://ihs.iroquoissd.org/o/jr-sr-high-school
COVID VACCINES - The Iroquois School District would like to hold a COVID Vaccine Clinic onsite Saturday, June 5th. This would be the Pfizer two dose vaccine with the second dose given on June 26th. This event would be for all Iroquois community members over the age of 12. Anyone under the age of 18 will need parental permission and a parent on-site. There is no cost for this vaccine but you are asked to bring insurance card for verification. Vaccines will still be given if you do not have insurance. In order to facilitate this program with our local Walmart Pharmacy we are asking you to complete the attached interest survey. Responses must be received by Friday, May 28. https://formsoffice.com/r/vn3icw8eH3
UPDATE - GRADUATION TICKETS - Graduation will occur on Thursday, June 10, 2021 @ 7pm. This year's ceremony will take place outside on the football field. All students will receive 10 tickets for this event. If the weather is not favorable, the ceremony will be moved into the auditorium for the same date and time. Students will be permitted six guests if we move graduation inside.
Attention Parents of 11th and 12th grade students: Prom Court will be showcased with the King/Queen, Prince/Princess announced in the Auditorium on Saturday, May 22nd at 9:30pm. Parents of 11th and 12th grade students only are invited to watch the crowning and take photographs of our royalty on stage. Parents will be asked to leave the event after photographs are taken. Thank you!
GRADUATION TICKETS - Graduation will occur on Thursday, June 10, 2021 @ 7pm. This year's ceremony will take place outside on the football field. All students will receive 8 tickets for this event. If the weather is not favorable, the ceremony will be moved into the auditorium for the same date and time. Students will be permitted six guests if we move graduation inside.
11th Grade Elite Brave: Danni Kehl Clubs and/or Sports: Varsity Girls Soccer What do you love about Iroquois? I love the small community and ability to be part of a more inclusive environment Future Aspiration I hope to attend college and become a K9-handler for the police force. I hope to one day travel and see more of the world. What teacher has made the most impact on you and why?My second-grade teacher, Mrs. Dugan, has made the most impact on me. She was always open-hearted, kind, and enthusiastic. This influenced me to embrace my education and see things in a more positive light. Favorite Quote:“We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses”
10th Grade Elite Brave: Emma Neri Clubs and/or Sports: Marching Band What do you love about Iroquois? The teachers are very nice and respectful towards their students plus they help out when students need help the most. Future Aspirations: Going to college for 4 years in animators and multimedia artists so I can learn new styles of art for the career I love deeply. I would love to move after college to a small town in the mountains where my father grew up in. What teacher has made the most impact on you and why? Mrs. Edwards, the art teacher. She has always helped me through a lot of work I never understood and now that I do, it's all thanks to her. If I did not learn any new art formats, I doubt I would still be doing art for my career choice. " I have no special talent. I am passionately curious." - Albert Einstein
9th Grade Elite Brave: Savannah Nelson Clubs and/or Sports:Speech and Debate, Track What do you love about Iroquois? Among the many positive attributes that iroquois has to offer, the thing I love most is the people. We are all like a family. We have our ways of working together for a greater cause and are very team oriented. Future Aspirations: I aspire to be accepted to an Ivy League College for law. What teacher has made the most impact on you and why? The teacher that has made the most impact on me would be Mrs. Nuhfer. She is a very exciting and positive person to have in the classroom. Her ongoing support has driven me to open up to new possibilities. Favorite Quote: "Life's not about how hard of a hit you can give... it's about how many times you can take, and still keep moving forward" -Rocky Balboa