3:00 PM Baseball Varsity vs. Eastmont
4:00 PM Softball JV vs. Eastmont
4:00 PM Softball Varsity vs. Eastmont
5:00 PM Baseball Varsity vs. Eastmont
5:00 PM Boys Soccer C-Team vs. Wenatchee
5:00 PM Boys Soccer JV vs. Wenatchee
6:00 PM Softball JV vs. Eastmont
6:00 PM Softball JV vs. Eastmont
7:00 PM Suessical
9:00 AM Boys Tennis Varsity
9:00 AM Girls Tennis Varsity
10:00 AM Boys Golf Varsity
11:00 AM Baseball C-Team vs. Eastmont
11:00 AM Baseball JV vs. Eastmont
Spring Break is approaching! And our Annual Spring Break Camp will be happening during that time, Thursday and Friday (April 5th and 6th). Last year was a lot of fun with instruction from the Eisenhower Coaching Staff and Eisenhower's very own student athletes. Cost is $20 and campers will receive a meal and t-shirt. We also throw in an egg toss competition (Developing soft hands), Slip and Slide (Sliding techniques), and be able to create memories and make new friends at our camp.
For more information and to sign up, please see the flyer below.
The $2000 scholarship is awarded to Eisenhower student Carmen Lopez Gordillo for her amazing photography skills by the Professional Photographers of Washington. After graduating, Carmen plans to attend the University of Washington where she will major in Visual Arts with a focus on photography.
Eisenhower Student Nathan Yee also rounded out the top 4 finalists. Check out this website to see their photography: http://fowlerportraits.com/PPW2018/
See the flyer attached below for more information on Carmen's accomplishments.
For those students that reside within the Yakima School District Boundaries (view boundary map), and not currently enrolled in our schools, please contact the Student Family Center located at 105 N. 4th Avenue, or call 509-573-7023.
For those students who reside within the Yakima School District Boundaries (view boundary map), and are currently enrolled in our schools, please contact your school counselor.
Thank you for your interest in the Yakima School District! At this time, we are not accepting applications for the 2018-19 School Year. We will have a Non-Resident Application window open from June 4 – June 15, 2018. Please check back at that time.
Please Note: When the application window is open, students are applying for admission to the Yakima School District and are not able to apply for a specific High School.
For any questions regarding the Non-Resident application process, please contact the Student Family Center located at 105 N. 4th Avenue, or call 509-573-7023.
If you are interested in trying out for the IKE Cheer Squad, paperwork is due by April 9th at 3:30pm, tryout practices are April 10-13 from 7-9 pm ini the main gym, and tryouts are on April 13th from 4-7 pm.
For more information, please see the attached flyer below.
Come, help us celebrate our students hard work this year, at the production of Suessical. Showtimes at March 15, 16, 17 and 22, 23, 24. Curtain raises at 7:00, doors open at 6:30, there are 2pm and 7pm shows on Saturdays.
For more information, please see the attached poster:
Parents: Due to heavy congestion before and after school, please be advised that the drop-off and pick-up of students in the staff parking lot is no longer permitted. Please use the student parking area and/or the south parking lot. Thank you for your understanding.
The Upward Bound program is currently recruting freshmeen, sophomore, and junior students. We have 22 graduating seniors to replace! Interest cards are available in the library, the Counseling Center, and on the counter in the front office. Students need to fill that card out so we can get the applicationg to them. For information regarding services provided by Upward Bound and eligablilty, please see the attached flyer.
Attendance is a top priority here at Eisenhower, and we cannot expect our students to fully learn unless they are in class. Some of our students have, unfortunately, been tardy to school due to stopping at an espresso stand. Students that are late (past 8:00 AM) and have a drink in hand, will be asked to throw it away. Please have a conversation with your student if this is in their routine. Thank you for your support in this matter.
The Eisenhower Library is open late with free tutoring!
Come get help with any subject Monday until 5 pm and Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday until 6 pm.
YSD is offering a Kindergarten Transition Program for new Kindergarten students at all elementary schools. This 3-day program begins Monday, August 20th and ends Wednesday, August 22nd. The program runs from 8:30 am – 11:30 am with a nutritious breakfast provided daily. The Kindergarten Transition Program allows new Kindergarten students a chance to meet their teacher, learn the classroom routines, and meet new friends – all before the older students arrive! Families of new Kindergartners will receive a confirmation phone call and welcome letter by mid-August, or they may call 7013 for more information.
Please join us in honoring the outstanding youth of our community! All Yakima Youth Award nominees will be honored at the
25th Annual Yakima Youth Awards Ceremony, Monday, April 23rd, 2018 6:30 – 8:30 pm
EISENHOWER HIGH SCHOOL, Tieton Drive, Yakima
Eisenhower High School is bringing back the Game On! program for the third year. This program is sponsored by the Real Madrid Foundation, Central Washington University, and Microsoft. Through Game On! program, students will learn coding and practice soccer skills. Click the post title above to learn more details.
Eisenhower is honored to have our Styles for Students student recognition program highlighted by the Jostens Renaissance Recognition program. This program recognizes students on a weekly basis for being successful in the classroom. Click the post title above for details.
Candy Griff from Lewis and Clark, Dedra Town from Wilson, Juan Carlos Garcia from Barge-Lincoln, Michelle Weier from Stanton (not pictured) and Joana Eckhardt from Davis!
The Yakima School District recognizes and respects the uniqueness of each student, staff member and citizen within the community. Teaming together, the school community creates a learning environment that fosters fair treatment and access to educational resources and programs for all students. The American democratic system depends on equal access to the opportunities for and benefits of public education for all young people: our future leaders, voters, taxpayers, workers, parents and adult citizens (Click the Equity in Education title above for our full policy).