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  • Mrs. Beard's  Honors' 10, Mrs. Briggs  and Mrs. Bonds' AP Literature summer assignments  are now available. Please use the links below to view the assignments.

     

     

     

    English Honors 10

     

     

    AP Literature

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  • Class of 2020,

    We are very proud of you and wish each of you the very best. If you have not picked up your diploma, please email Mr. Diener at diener.john@YSD7.org to arrange a time to pick up your diploma. 

    If you have books to return, the book return box will be outside by the Blue Wall in the mornings.

    Please do not place laptops in the book return box. 

     

    Congratulations and have a great summer. 

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  • The following link will connect you to the Eisenhower Class of 2020 Graduation.

     

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAhIXOgKqk4&t=653s 

     

    Congratulations Class of 2020

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  • Cadets, 

    We are celebrating our seniors with billboards displaying our graduates. The billboards are at the following locations:

    • S. 1st St. and E. Nob Hill Blvd.
    • S. 1st St and Arlington
    • Valley Mall Blvd.
    • N. 1st and E. I St. 

     

    Congratulations to all of our Class of 2020 Graduates!

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  • Listeners, teachers, anyone, who wants to do a 'Salute to Seniors' can access any of our stations apps to do so.

     

    They simply download the app for the station of their choice - as they would any app - from the app store for either iPhone or Android

     

    Stations include: 94.5 KATS, 107.3 KFFM, MEGA 99.3, 92.9 THE BULL, NEWSTALK 1280 KIT, 1460 ESPN YAKIMA

     

    In the article below, step by step instruction on how to do it once the have the app intalled.

     

    https://newstalkkit.com/salute-to-seniors-shout-out-to-the-class-of-2020/

     

    'Salute to Seniors' - Shout Out to the Class of 2020!

    There’s no doubt about it, 2020 will go down in history as having been a very challenging year. Townsquare Media and NewsTalk 1280 KIT want to be sure our graduating seniors in the Yakima valley are properly celebrated and recognized for their many achievements.

    newstalkkit.com

     

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  • Students and Parents,

    We are asking you to complete a survey to inform Eisenhower how we are doing and what we can do to improve.

    Please take the time to complete the EES survey. The links are  listed below.

     

    EES-Student: https://www.research.net/r/yakima-student

    EES-Parent:   https://www.research.net/r/yakima-parent

     

     

    Thank You and Stay Safe

     

    Eisenhower High School 

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  • Yearbook  

    Eisenhower 2020 Yearbooks will arrive in late July/ early August. Please continue to follow our social media for more information. 

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  • Dear Colleague,

    Today we reached the midway point of the two-week primary administration. We couldn't be more proud of the hundreds of thousands of students who showed up for the opportunity to claim the college credit they worked for all year, despite widespread school closures.

    Students have taken nearly 2.2 million AP® Exams, across 15 courses. After the first week of testing, our data show the vast majority of students successfully completed their exams.

    However, some students have encountered challenges submitting their responses, and we've been listening closely to each student, parent, or educator who reports a problem. Beginning Monday, May 18, we're changing processes to address some of these concerns.

    To help support your students during testing, please share the information below with them.

    Submitting Exam Responses

    We share the deep disappointment of students who were unable to submit responses.

    Beginning Monday, May 18, and continuing through the makeup window, there will be a backup email submission process for browser-based exams.

    This option will only be available for students who were not able to submit in the standard process—and they must then email their responses immediately following their exam.

    These students will see instructions about how to email their response on the page that says, "We Did Not Receive Your Response." The email address that appears on this page will be unique to each student.

    Any student testing between May 18–22 who can't successfully upload their response through the exam platform or send it to us by email, will need to request a makeup exam.

    To protect the security and validity of exams, we're unable to accept submissions from students who tested May 11–15. However, these students can feel confident that the email option will be in place for them during the makeup exams.

    Email submissions will not be available for the World Language exams.

    Setting Up Your Students for Success

    Given the wide variety of devices, browsers, and connectivity solutions students have access to, we're unable to prevent every possible local error from occurring during the exam. In advance of the administration, we created a testing guide, Exam demo, and test day checklist to help students avoid potential issues. It's important that students review this information and know to:

    Locate their e-ticket, which is emailed two days before each exam

    Use a recommended browser, update it to the latest version, and disable plugins

    Keep an eye on the time and begin their submission at the 5-minute mark

    Additional tips to help your students succeed are available here.

    Students taking World Language and Culture exams, which begin on Monday, May 18, must:

    Download the free AP World Languages Exam App (WLEA)

    Set their device to “Do Not Disturb”

    Check to ensure they have enough storage on their device

    World Language students should also watch the exam walk-through video, and check our website for more guidance.

    Thank you for all you continue to do to support your students during this challenging time.

    With gratitude,

    Advanced Placement Program

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  • Dear Cadet Family,

    I hope all of you are doing well. This is unprecedented times and your well-being is our most important concern.  Currently, we are working on graduation celebrations and providing academic services to all of our students.

    Graduation celebrations planned for June 11 to 13. Our graduation ceremony will be digital. Mr. Clark is recording student and staff speeches and will be editing the final version of the ceremony in the next couple of weeks. Currently, we scheduled to have a "Parade of Graduates" on Saturday, June 13 at 11AM. The parade route will be similar to the Sunfair Parade. There will be a registration required for all participants. Please look for the registration information on our website in the next week.

    Academic services being provided on-line and in packet form. Students can access new materials using their Canvas and YSD 7 email accounts. I encourage students to email their instructors on a regular basis for more detail information. Reminder that grades cannot be negatively impacted at this time. Students that do not have a laptop or Internet can check one out on Tuesday, April 19 (7-9AM or 4-6PM) at our Eisenhower location.

     

    Again, stay safe and Go Cadets,

     

    Mr. Diener

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  • Eisenhower Seniors and Parents,
    We know everyone has a lot of questions regarding Senior Celebrations and Graduation.  Here’s what we know right now.  Please keep in mind that dates can change due to COVID-19 and we will do our best to keep you up to date.
    SENIOR YARD SIGNS are here!  If you haven’t picked yours up yet, the next distribution day will be Monday, May 18th from 4-6 pm by the Blue Wall.  Each Senior is allowed to have 1 and they are free.  So please come by and pick yours up to display proudly in your front yard!
    HONOR CORDS – Mr. Diener has purchased 1 Red, White and Blue honor cord for every senior.  As soon as they arrive, we’ll let you know how to pick yours up!  
    YEARBOOKS – Mr. DeWitt has been in contact with the representatives making the yearbooks.  As soon as we have a date for pickup, we’ll let you know.
    CAP and GOWNS – If you’ve ordered yours and haven’t picked it up yet, please come by the school on Monday, May 18th from 4-6 pm by the Blue Wall.  We’ll have these available for you.  If you still need to order one, it’s not too late!!!  Contact your counselor and they will be able to help you.  Remember to decorate your cap and send a picture to Mr. DeWitt!
    SCHOLARSHIPS – If you’ve received a scholarship please make sure to let us know! We want to get it in the Graduation Program.  Please email Mrs. Quesnell at Quesnell.Heather@yakimaschools.org by June 1st.   Please include the following...
    1. Name of Scholarship including the School, Organization or Business awarding you this.
    2. Dollar Amount of Scholarship.
    3. Is this a onetime award or multi-year award.
    4. Will you accept the scholarship?
    FEES/FINES – These will need to be paid before you can receive your Diploma.  Check Skyward to see what you need to take care of. To pay your fine, please print off a copy of what you owe showing your name and student ID number.  Mail that with a check or money order to 
    Yakima School District
    Financial Services
    104 N 4th Ave
    Yakima, WA 98902
    To pay by cash, please contact Becky Nissan, Financial Services Director at 573-7045.  She will schedule a time with you to meet her.
    If you’re only able to pay by Credit or Debit card, please send Mrs. Quesnell an email.  She'll add your fine to the Student Online Payment Portal and let you know when it’s in the system for you to pay.
    BOOK RETURN – Books can be returned to the school on Thursdays from 10-2 during the homework packet return.  We’ll have a bin by the blue wall.  Additional dates and times will be added and we'll let you know.
    VIRTUAL GRADUATION –  Right now, the plan is to use the SunDome parking lot on Thursday, June 11th.  The Gates will open at 7:30 pm with the program starting at sundown (approximately 9 pm).
     
    Please continue to check your email, social media, the Eisenhower Website, and listen to the automated calls.  We will continue to update you as we learn more.
    Thank you!
     
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  • Cadets, please review the May Scholarship Board. There are still scholarships for you to earn.

     

     

     

    May Scholarship Board 

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  • AP Students please use review the attached resource link. Remember AP Exams will be in May.

     

    Good Luck and Go Cadets!

     

    AP Study Guide 3

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  • Seniors do you need assistance in:

    • submitting financial aid (FAFSA)
    • finding and applying for scholarships
    • career planning
    • academic advising 
    • applying for college or trade school

     

    TRIO Educational Opportunity Center supports students in times of crisis 

    We are a free program of the U.S. Department of Education

     

    Contact: cwu.edu/eoc    -   eoc_program@cwu.edu    -    509-907-1925   -   509-899-1302

     

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  • AP Students please open the following attachment. You will find links to sites that can prepare you for the May AP Exams.

     

    AP Study Guide

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  • Seniors--Jostens will be at Eisenhower Thursday, April 16 to distribute graduation announcements, caps and gowns. They will be located on the north side of the building. The time for this event is 10:00AM to 2:00PM.

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  • Cadet Family,

    I hope each of you are doing well. I want to remind all students to check their district e-mail on a daily basis. Teachers are using your ysd7 email accounts to communicate academic resources to their students. Please use this time to improve your grades. If you have any academic questions, please e-mail your teachers.

    Grades 9-12 can borrow a laptop on the west side of Eisenhower. If you need Internet access, ask the IT team when you pick up your laptop where you can connect with the Internet.

    Seniors continue to fill out scholarship information. If you need any assistance, please e-mail your counselor.

    Eisenhower’s top priority is your safety and well-being. Please follow all safety recommendations and support one another through safe lines of communication.

    Remember, “We Are IKE!”

     

    Sincerely,

    Mr. Diener

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  • grad

     

    Seniors if you are interested in performing at graduation, please read the attached letter. If you have any questions please feel free to e-mail Mr. Clark (clark.stephen@ysd7.org).

     

    Talent Audition Letter

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  • Students that need assistance with their password to access Gsuite, the district has set up a student help desk. 

    The phone number is 573-7120 and the web address is studenthelpdesk@yakimaschools.org

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    Dear Eisenhower Community,

    I hope each of you are doing well. I have attached a letter providing updated information. Please continue to check our website on a regular basis for more information. Stay safe and Go Cadets!

     

    March 26 Parent Letter

     

    March 26 Parent Letter Spanish

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  • Dear Eisenhower Community,

    I hope all of our familes are doing well at this time. Please read the following letter updating you on current events at Eisenhower.

     

    Please continue to monitor information on the district and school websites. 

    Thank you 

     

    Eric Diener

     

    Spanish Version

    English Version 

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  • Los niños pueden recoger su comida gratis aquí!  Entre semana de 10:30 am-12:30

     

    Kids can pick up free meals here! Weekdays 10:30am-12:30pm.

     

    Meal services will be located by the Blue Wall next to the north side entrance.

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  • Seniors please continue to complete scholarship applications. If you need assistance completing applications, please e-mail your counselor.

     

     Scholarship Board

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YSD Stories

  • EBT Funds Available to All YSD Students

    Posted by YSD Food Services on 7/6/2020

    Because COVID-19 closed our schools, your children are eligible for food assistance, called Pandemic EBT (P-EBT): Emergency School Meals Program.

    P-EBT provides families with funds to make up for some of the cost of meals while school was closed. This benefit is for Washington children in grades K-12 who receive free or reduced-price school meals. These benefits will be on an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card which is used like a debit card to buy groceries. Because all YSD students receive free breakfast and lunch, all YSD students are eligible regardless of income. If you do not already receive benefits, you will need to apply on or after June 30.  If you receive food assistance benefits already, the money will appear on your EBT on June 30.

    Update 7/6/20: We have been in contact with OSPI last week and they said that DSHS had the incorrect student list for Yakima School District which is why they turned down some parents; they are updating with the correct list which will show any student enrolled in Yakima School District that was grade K-12 in the school year 2019-2020 as eligible for PEBT.

    If you were denied, go to WashingtonConnections.org and apply again and see if their list has been updated. You can inform them Yakima is a CEP district.

    PEBT Flyer - English

    PEBT Flyer - Spanish

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  • Eisenhower High School is Honored to Announce our Washington Apple Education Foundation Recipients (WAEF) for 2020!

    Posted by Yolanda Guzmán, College Preparatory Advisor for the College Success Foundation at Eisenhower H.S. on 5/27/2020

    WAEF Eisenhower Story (Click to view photos with full story).

    Eisenhower High School is honored to announce our Washington Apple Education Foundation Recipients (WAEF) for 2020!

    Thank you, Washington Apple Education Foundation for recognizing our students for their dedication to academics, school activities and exemplary commitment to serve our local community!

    Congratulations IKE 2020 WAEF Scholarship winners.

    Bryanalexa Rivera Macias

    University of Washington-Seattle

    $5,000

    “Ever since I was young, I feared money would be the reason I would not be able to attend college, but I was proven wrong. I’m extremely grateful that the WAEF chose me as a recipient for this scholarship!”

    Denise Abundiz

    Central Washington University

    $5,000

    “Thank you WAEF for believing in me. This scholarship has helped me realize that all of my parents’ sacrifices and my hard work have paid off. Because of this scholarship, I will no longer have to worry or stress about how I will pay for college.”

    Francisco Morales

    University of Washington – Seattle

    $2,000

    "Earning the WAEF scholarship has given me the freedom to pursue my higher education without the worry of having to take out loans. It will allow me to focus on my studies so I can have a strong GPA and obtain a Bioengineering degree.”

    Giselle Montes Perez

    Central Washington University

    $5,000 

    “Thanks to the WAEF I am able to go to my first choice university. Now, I don't have to stress about how I am going to afford to pay for college." 

    Kasandra Diaz Barragan

    Heritage University

    $2,500

    “The WAEF scholarship impacted my life in that I will be able focus on my studies without the stress of having to pay back loans.”

    Maria Navarro

    University of Washington - Seattle

    $1,500

    “Receiving the WAEF scholarship has made the cost of UW more affordable. Thanks to the WAEF, I will be free of financial stress in college.

    Martha Benitez Solorzano

    University of Washington - Seattle

    $2,000

    "Having WAEF's support to attend college means the peace of mind that I will graduate debt-free.”

     

    Way to go Cadets! We are extremely excited for you!

    About the scholarship: The Washington Apple Education Foundation (WAEF) is the charity of the tree fruit industry.  Our mission is to impact lives through access to educational opportunities. WAEF is supported by generous contributions made annually by the growers, packers and supporters in Washington’s tree fruit industry.  This year WAEF is awarding over $1 million to students whose parents are employed in the tree fruit industry.  310 students received WAEF scholarships this year.  80% of the foundation’s current scholarship recipients are first-generation college students. When students receive a WAEF scholarship, they join a community of volunteers, donors and WAEF alumni dedicated to supporting them achieving their educational goals.  The foundation’s priority for its scholarship recipients isn’t just that they attend college; instead it is they graduate from college on-time and career ready.  WAEF students are able to renew their scholarships throughout their undergraduate years.

     

     

     

     

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  • Mr. IKE Pageant Raises over $26,600

    Posted by Eric Diener on 3/16/2020

    March 12, 2020, Eisenhower High School hosted the Mr. IKE Pageant. The pageant was a major success as this year's Mr. IKE broke our all-time record, raising $26,677 for the Memorial Foundation.

    Congratulations to all of our coordinators and contestants. Special congratulations to Colin Sentz—2020 Mr. IKE!

    Mr. IKE wants to thank everyone that donated to this wonderful cause and look forward to Mr. IKE 2021!2020 Mr. IKE Contestants

     

    Way to Go Mr. IKE

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  • Northwest Association of Blind Athletes Annual Spring Event at Eisenhower!

    Posted by Kina Blackburn on 4/11/2019

    On April 9th, students with visual impairments from all over the valley came to Eisenhower High School to participate in a Paralympic Experience. The Northwest Association of Blind Athletes (NWABA) has been providing this fantastic opportunity to our area for the past 4 years. Every spring, they provide our students with the opportunity to participate in activities such as tandem bike riding, goal ball, judo, track and field events, side by side soccer, beep baseball and much more! This year’s event included beep baseball and side by side soccer. This was the largest turn out for our event, 29 students participated in a fun-filled day of adapted sports! Students came from as far as Pasco, as close as West Valley and everywhere in between. This opportunity not only allows our students to become familiar with adapted sports, but also the chance to make new friends who face similar experiences and challenges. Families are also encouraged to attend the event and friendships have also blossomed between parents of students. The students also have the opportunity to participate in White Cane Day provided by NWABA annually in Selah every fall. These events have created friendships and the events turn more into reunions every year! We would like to thank Eisenhower High School for hosting such a valuable event and the PE team for their flexibility and support. Thank you also to NWABA for creating these experiences that allow our students to explore such a wide variety of adapted sports!

     

    Students who participated in the NWABA experience

     

    Photo of students, teachers and families who participated in NWABA

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  • 2019-2020 ASB Officers

    Posted by Jillian Duffy on 3/27/2019

    ASB

     

    Congratulations to the 2019-2020 ASB officers.  Elections ran for over a week and officers were announced on Friday, March 22nd.  From left to right: Jacob Ortiz (President), Lynzee Lopez (Vice-President), Bryanalexa Rivera (Secretary), Valerie Lopez (Treasurer).

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District Announcements

  • Summer Meals Program Begins on July 1st

    The Summer Meals Program for 2020 will run from July 1st through August 5th. For details, please visit the following page: yakimaschools.org/SummerMeals

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  • RE: OSPI Reopening Guidance Released

    Dear YSD Families and Staff,

    Thank you for your flexibility as we work to provide a quality education during the COVID-19 global pandemic. I know that the situation has been challenging, and I am thankful for your resourcefulness, dedication, and care for our young learners.

    The much-anticipated guidelines for returning to school in the fall were just released by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). These recommendations were developed in close collaboration with the state Department of Health and Governor Inslee’s office.

    The Yakima School District will thoroughly review the guidelines and work with our leadership team to develop a local reopening guide for our schools. This will be influenced by the state’s recommendations but also may have some unique components. We anticipate sharing this reopening guide with you and with our community the week of July 6.

    As you know, this is uncharted territory and there will be some elements of the guide that will need to be worked out along the way. We appreciate your patience as we navigate this process and promise to stay in close communication with you moving forward.

    I hope you continue to stay safe and healthy. We will be in touch soon with more information.

    Sincerely,

    Trevor Greene, Superintendent

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  • Student Registration

    Interested in K-8 or high school enrollment information? For a current status update on registering your student for school next year, please go here

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