Eisenhower High School’s Mission Statement:

Eisenhower High School will educate each student to become a responsible contributing member of society by: building relationships, providing a safe and innovative learning environment, ensuring intentional instruction and accountability for staff, students and parents.


2015 Senior Calendar 


Wednesday May 20 Academic Excellence Awards 6:30pm Eisenhower Auditorium (by invitation)

Friday   May 29   Outdoor Slip and Slide Assembly and Senior BBQ


Monday June 1  Last Day of School for Seniors- Senior Walk-Out Assembly

Wednesday June 3   Senior Luncheon Modern Living Building 12pm, $5 (seniors only)  

Wednesday June 3   Baccalaureate at Holy Family Church, 6pm (wear cap and gown)

Thursday June 4    Graduation Rehearsal at SunDome 8am

Thursday June 4 Graduation at SunDome 7pm

Thursday   June 4 Graduation Party following graduation-2am at Pioneer Hall
 $25 per person, $35 at the door


General Announcements

  • Jostens orders may also be placed online at www.jostens.com or by calling 1.800.JOSTENS
  • Cords for recognition in Leadership, Clubs & Activities, and Sports $5 a set ASB Store. NOW AVAILABLE
  • 12 tickets approximately per student.  To be picked up at Graduation practice, and we are asking that no 7 and under children be given a ticket.
  • Pay Your Fines!  You will not be able pick up your diploma unless all fees are paid.  Contact Amber Mares 573-2613 to confirm balance due. 
  • No Balloons at Graduation!
  • Senior Finals at teacher’s discretion.
  • Diploma pick-up begins June 4th at Graduation rehearsal at the SunDome or at Eisenhower 1-4pm or until July 1st  during regular business hours. Must bring student id or driver’s license. 

Yearbook Sneak Peek!

Buy for $55 online or with cash/check at the Activities window

Distribution Day is Friday, May 28 and Monday, June 1


The McKinney-Vento Act:  The Basics

If you lost your housing and now live in a shelter, motel, vehicle, camping ground, or temporary trailer; on the street; doubled-up with family or friends; or in another type of temporary or inadequate housing, your child might be able to receive help through a federal law called the McKinney-Vento Act.  For information, contact your school counselor or call Javier @ 573-7142.












The Yakima School District provides equal opportunity in its programs, activities, and employment.