On Tuesday, June 20, we celebrated "Moving Up" for our 8th graders with a ceremony at NHS and a party at Iroquois. Students who were honored for earning Overall Academic Excellence and/or Exemplary Effort are pictured above with Iroquois faculty members.
Summer is a wonderful opportunity to take advantage of the time
to read the books that you have a
personal interest and you choose. Students should be prepared to talk about one book they read over the summer when school opens in September. Summer reading suggestions and resources from the English Department [PDF]
Pink Slips and Grey Cards have been distributed to those
student/athletes wishing to tryout for all fall sports in 2017.
Please note that we have had a lengthy conversation in a large group
with your students about participating in athletics for 2017. They
have filled out interest forms (pink slips) and may have brought
home a Grey Card if they were interested in a fall sport.
All fall sports begin in August and many are "cut sports," so there is generally a tryout process. Each tryout process is a bit different than the next, so it is good to reach out to the athletic office at the high school (382-2511 x 21760) to get contact information for the specific coach(es) for the sport if you have questions.
Please pay close attention to the dates below for delivery of the Grey Card (physical/code of conduct acknowledgement) to the high school nurse:
Grey cards can be dropped in the main office or nurses office at
the high school during regular summer business hours (8 a.m.-3
p.m.). These offices are found at the main entrance, a short way
down the first hallway on the right. (across from side entrance to
auditorium). Do not drop the Grey card here at Iroquois.
Good luck to all of those kids who are trying out!
Coach Ben Smith
More than 95 seventh grade students from Iroquois and Van Antwerp Middle Schools attended a thought-provoking art field trip to Mass MoCA and The Clark Art Institute on Thursday, March 9. [read more]
To ring in the New Year, Iroquois held its annual Reading for the Ranch Read-a-thon on Friday, January 6th. With 149 students attending, the night was full of comfort and quiet reading, which raised a total of $5,200 for the Double H Ranch. Read more
An orientation program for the parents of students who will enter 9th grade in September 2017 was held at the High School on Thursday, Jan. 5. View the presentation from the orientation program [PDF]
Iroquois Middle School held a "Tweens and Social Media" Parent Info Night on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Access helpful resources and links shared at the meeting