The District Safety Committee discussed concerns over adequate emergency response from town services and a budget for outfitting the district with Automated External Defibrillators, in response to increased awareness of athletic related cardiac arrest.
Members of the student body at East Aurora High School, the Key Club and members of the National Honor Society created 300 care packages for the Buffalo City Mission to assist the unhoused. A visit to the club resulted in more examples of community outreach than we expected.
Mason Weideman is a senior at East Aurora High School preparing to enter college to study music education in the fall. His long list of accomplishments includes recording at the storied Eastman Theatre and he perform as soloist later this month with the Southtowns Youth Orchestra.
The Iroquois Board is looking into costs for tighter measures to curb vaping by students on school grounds.
Several members of the East Aurora Holland Indoor Track Team qualified for the state meet next weekend in Staten Island. The athletes, coming off of Section VI team titles a week ago, stepped it up another notch to qualify for the New York State Indoor Track Championships.
“Queen City Strikers: A Riveting Comedy” was performed by the Holland High School Drama Club earlier this month. The play is one of five written by East Aurora teachers Chris Cummins, Paul Blackwell and former faculty member Rory Brake, and was last performed by East Aurora in 2018. The trio is working on a sixth.
Youth members of ITAC recently traveled to Washington, D.C. to take part in a national forum to learn more about drug and alcohol awareness. Some highlights of the trip included listening to the latest information from CADCA, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), representatives from Congress and the Senate and other national leaders