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  • Daily Bulletin--January 8

     

               Eisenhower Bulletin

                   January 8, 2020

     

     

    Eisenhower’s mission is to ensure all students will graduate with the skills necessary for success in school, work and life through the Cadet tradition of I-K-E. 

     

     

    In the news…

     

    • Remember the library book you checked out at the begging of the year? Please return or renew it!

     

    • Seniors! Your Senior Pictures, Baby Pictures, and Senior Quotes are due THIS FRIDAY to Mr. DeWitt. Please email him or go to room 310 to submit.

     

    • Attention lady Cadets: open gyms for Fastpitch will be on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 7:30pm to 8:45pm. The sessions will take place in the Auxiliary Gym, and they will begin next Tuesday, January 14th.  Please see Mr. Jimenez or Mrs. Cook if you have any questions!

     

    • Please give a warm congratulations to the Boys Swim & Dive team for taking down West Valley 100 – 82 yesterday at Lions Pool. Joey Oplinger was a double winner in the 50 free and 1 meter diving.  He also anchored two of IKE’s winning relays.  Logan Magalei was also a double winner in the 100 fly and 200 IM.  Colin Xiao and Nathanael Buegge picked up wins in the 200 free and 100 breaststroke respectively.  It was a great team effort.  Nice job guys!

     

    • Seniors – There will be college planning help sessions every Wednesday in the Library Classroom Lab right after school until 4:00 p.m. open to ALL Seniors.  Stop by to get help with your college and scholarship applications, personal statements, completing your FAFSA/WASFA, registering for the SAT/ACT, and getting all your questions answered.

     

     

     

     

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  • Daily Bulletin--November 8

               Eisenhower Bulletin

    November 8, 2019

     

     

    Eisenhower’s mission is to ensure all students will graduate with the skills necessary for success in school, work and life through the Cadet tradition of I-K-E. 

     

     

    In the news…

     

    • The library is closed after school during the 3 days of conferences.

     

    • Hey Cadets and Staff! The Leadership students and Entrepreneurship Club will be collecting warm winter clothing items for homeless teens today at the Ike vs. Davis game and throughout the month of November. You can help! Just bring new or gently used hats, gloves, scarves, coats, and blankets and drop them in the red and blue boxes. Your donations will go to Rod’s House, located in downtown Yakima, to help local youth who are experiencing homelessness. --Thank you for helping our local teens!

     

    • FCCLA is selling their annual frozen Plush Pippin Pies Fundraiser now.  Pies are $4 and $6 each.  Limited Quantities.  Pie Varieties for sale include Apple, Pumpkin, Cherry, Blueberry, Blackberry, and Strawberry Rhubarb.  Contact Mrs. Walker in Room 515 for more information. 

     

    • Seniors – There will be college planning help sessions every Wednesday in the Library Classroom Lab right after school until 4:00 p.m. open to ALL Seniors.  Stop by to get help with your college and scholarship applications, personal statements, completing your FAFSA/WASFA, registering for the SAT/ACT, and getting all your questions answered.

     

    • Juniors - Do you want to go to college?  The CSF Achievers Scholars Program can help pave the way with FREE college planning, college visits, scholarship search assistance, help with financial aid, and more! The online application is now open! There will be help sessions every Wednesday in the Library Classroom Lab after school until 4:00 p.m. so you can get help with your online application.   It's important for you to know that your only opportunity to apply to this program is right now as a junior. You cannot apply to this program as a senior.  Take advantage of the support being offered and work on completing your application before the deadline of Friday, November 22nd at 4:00 p.m.  Please stop by to see Yolanda in the library in Rm. 204E to learn more about the program, including how to apply.

     

    • FRESHMEN - The HERO program is aimed at helping 9th grade students who are interested in going to college. We offer FREE support to these students through college planning help, career exploration, test prep and college visits. Please stop by and meet with Daniel in the library Rm. 204H to learn more about the program and to start your application before the November 22nd deadline.

     

     

     

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  • Daily Bulletin--October 25

     

               Eisenhower Bulletin

    October 25, 2019

     

     

    Eisenhower’s mission is to ensure all students will graduate with the skills necessary for success in school, work and life through the Cadet tradition of I-K-E. 

     

     

    In the news…

     

    • Is math not going as well as you’d like it to? Come see one of our tutors after school in the library for some great help!

     

    • Is Halloween your favorite holiday? This year, IKE choir is hosting a costume contest. Prizes will be awarded at both lunches and the entry fee is only $5. Sign up today at the activities window! Teachers-there is a special category for you as well.

     

    • Bowling Season is just around the corner! If you are interested in bowling for Ike this season, please attend our information meeting on Thursday, October 24th at 6pm in the IKE commons.  You can pick up sports paperwork in the office.

     

    • Come join us in this year’s Truck or Treat. Thursday, October 31st 5:30 – 7:30 in the North parking lot (off Tieton) we are still looking for more decorated cars, and donated candy!

     

    • Seniors – There will be college planning help sessions every Wednesday in the Library Classroom Lab right after school until 4:00 p.m. open to ALL Seniors.  Stop by to get help with your college and scholarship applications, personal statements, completing your FAFSA/WASFA, registering for the SAT/ACT, and getting all your questions answered.

     

    • Juniors - Do you want to go to college?  The CSF Achievers Scholars Program can help pave the way with FREE college planning, college visits, scholarship search assistance, help with financial aid, and more! The online application is now open! There will be help sessions every Wednesday in the Library Classroom Lab after school until 4:00 p.m. so you can get help with your online application.   It's important for you to know that your only opportunity to apply to this program is right now as a junior. You cannot apply to this program as a senior.  Take advantage of the support being offered and work on completing your application before the deadline of Friday, November 22nd at 4:00 p.m.  Please stop by to see Yolanda in the library in Rm. 204E to learn more about the program, including how to apply.

     

    • FRESHMEN - The HERO program is aimed at helping 9th grade students who are interested in going to college. We offer FREE support to these students through college planning help, career exploration, test prep and college visits. Please stop by and meet with Daniel in the library Rm. 204H to learn more about the program and to start your application before the November 22nd deadline.

     

     

     

     

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  • Daily Bulletin--October 23

     

               Eisenhower Bulletin

    October 23, 2019

     

     

    Eisenhower’s mission is to ensure all students will graduate with the skills necessary for success in school, work and life through the Cadet tradition of I-K-E. 

     

     

    In the news…

     

    • Bring your questions and your homework to the library because our tutors are here every Monday through Thursday. These great students are excited to help. Come see us!

     

    • Juniors - Do you want to go to college?  The CSF Achievers Scholars Program can help pave the way with FREE college planning, college visits, scholarship search assistance, help with financial aid, and more! Please stop by to see Yolanda in the library in Rm. 204E for more information before the application deadline of November 22nd.

     

    • Is Halloween your favorite holiday? This year, IKE choir is hosting a costume contest. Prizes will be awarded at both lunches and the entry fee is only $5. Sign up today at the activities window! Teachers-there is a special category for you as well.

     

    • Bowling Season is just around the corner! If you are interested in bowling for Ike this season, please attend our information meeting on Thursday, October 24th at 6pm in the IKE commons.  You can pick up sports paperwork in the office.

     

    • Congratulations to the Girls Swim Team for winning the Yakima Valley Swim Championships for the 3rd year in a row Saturday at Lions Pool.  Lead by senior Katie Croffut who won the 200 IM, 100 breast, and was a member of 2 of the 3 winning relays.  Addie Mitchell was victorious in the 500 free, while Eliza Layton won the 100 fly.  It was an excellent overall team effort.  Thank you Ladies for a great meet!

     

    • Seniors– There will be a college planning help session today right after school until 4:00 p.m. in the Library Classroom Lab open to ALL seniors.  Stop by to get help with your college and scholarship applications, personal statements, completing your FAFSA/WASFA, registering for the SAT/ACT, and getting all your questions answered. The UW Seattle rep will be attending this help session to assist students with their UW-Seattle application so plan to stop by if UW-Seattle is one of your college choices!

     

    • The streak continues! Congratulations to the Girls Cross Country Team in extending their winning streak to 11-straight years in the Big-9. Yesterday in Moses Lake the team of Hannah Hilton, Ciera Reyes, Alyssa Chavez, Minelly Sereno, Paris Miramontes, Kara Mickelson, Haven Nutting and Annette Figeroua went 12-0 in League competition. In the Boys meet, Jonas Price led the team to Co-League Champions with West Valley. Jonas was followed across the line by Amha Alemeneh,Nathan Valenzuela, Oscar Lopez, Jafet Villasenor, Nando Iberra, Caleb Stephenson and Mario Cervantes.

     

    • Juniors - Do you want to go to college?  The CSF Achievers Scholars Program can help pave the way with FREE college planning, college visits, scholarship search assistance, help with financial aid, and more! The online application is now open! There will be help sessions every Wednesday in the Library Classroom Lab after school until 4:00 p.m. so you can get help with your online application.   It's important for you to know that your only opportunity to apply to this program is right now as a junior. You cannot apply to this program as a senior.  Take advantage of the support being offered and work on completing your application before the deadline of Friday, November 22nd at 4:00 p.m.  Please stop by to see Yolanda in the library in Rm. 204E to learn more about the program, including how to apply.

     

    • FRESHMEN - The HERO program is aimed at helping 9th grade students who are interested in going to college. We offer FREE support to these students through college planning help, career exploration, test prep and college visits. Please stop by and meet with Daniel in the library Rm. 204H to learn more about the program and to start your application before the November 22nd deadline.

     

     

     

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  • Daily Bulletin--October 21

    Eisenhower Video Announcements

     

    https://youtu.be/LLYz2TfuJIw

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  • Daily Bulletin--October 16

     

               Eisenhower Bulletin

    October 16th, 2019

     

     

    Eisenhower’s mission is to ensure all students will graduate with the skills necessary for success in school, work and life through the Cadet tradition of I-K-E. 

     

     

    In the news…

     

    • Bring your questions and your homework to the library because our tutors are here every Monday through Thursday. These great students are excited to help. Come see us!

     

    • Do not wait to get your homecoming tickets! $25 with ASB $30 without. If you are bringing a guest please make sure you pick up the form, have a copy of their picture ID, and have all the proper signatures. Come by before or after school or during lunch.

     

    • Cadets! The Entrepreneurship Club will be meeting this week before school on Thursday. New members are welcome!

     

    • The Gesa Credit Union running a $100 promotion for new accounts. Open an account for $1, and Gesa will deposit $100 into your account. Rules apply, so check with the Gesa tellers for details. The credit union is open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday during both lunches.

     

    • Attention FCCLA members, there will be an important FCCLA meeting on TODAY in Room 619 at 2:45 pm.   New members are welcome to join us! Any questions, see Mrs. Walker in Room 515.

     

    • Juniors - Do you want to go to college?  The CSF Achievers Scholars Program can help pave the way with FREE college planning, college visits, scholarship search assistance, help with financial aid, and more! Please stop by to see Yolanda in the library in Rm. 204E for more information before the application deadline of November 22nd. 

     

    • There will be no YV-Tech classes on Friday afternoon.  Class is canceled for PM students only.

     

    • The fall choir is tonight at 7 pm in the auditorium. Come support your IKE singers

     

    • Congratulations to IKE girls for downing Davis yesterday afternoon at lion’s pool. 105-75. Katie Croffut, Addie Mitchell, and Maudi Clark were all double winners in their respective events. It was a great team effort. Nice job ladies.

     

    • Is Halloween your favorite holiday? This year, IKE choir is hosting a costume contest. Prizes will be awarded at both lunches and the entry fee is only $5. Sign up today at the activities window! Teachers-there is a special category for you as well.

     

    • Seniors – There will be college planning help sessions every Wednesday in the Library Classroom Lab right after school until 4:00 p.m. open to ALL Seniors.  Stop by to get help with your college and scholarship applications, personal statements, completing your FAFSA/WASFA, registering for the SAT/ACT, and getting all your questions answered.

     

     

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  • Daily Bulletin--October 14

    Video Announcements (Use the following link)

    https://youtu.be/q-EWLXqsSvo

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  • Daily Bulletin--October 2

               Eisenhower Daily Bulletin

    October 2nd, 2019

     

     

    Eisenhower’s mission is to ensure all students will graduate with the skills necessary for success in school, work and life through the Cadet tradition of I-K-E. 

     

     

    In the news…

     

    • Bring your questions and your homework to the library because our tutors are here every Monday through Thursday. These great students are excited to help. Come see us!

     

    • Gesa Student Tellers—Training is today during lunch in Mrs. Hinson’s room.

     

    • Entrepreneurship Club will meet Thursday at 7:30 in Mrs. Hinson’s Room.

     

    • This Saturday Eisenhower plays host to the 46th Invitational Cross Country Meet at Franklin Park. The highlight of the day will take place at 3:30pm when Jonas Price attempts to break the course record of 14:48. This record was set in 1993. Come out and line the course and see history being made! Jonas has already broken three course records this season.

     

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  • Daily Bulletin--September 27

               Eisenhower Daily Bulletin

    September 27th, 2019

     

     

    Eisenhower’s mission is to ensure all students will graduate with the skills necessary for success in school, work and life through the Cadet tradition of I-K-E. 

     

     

    In the news…

     

    • Bring your questions and your homework to the library because our tutors are here every Monday through Thursday. These great students are excited to help. Come see us!

     

    • Seniors:  The Senior commitment coin ring ceremony will be held on Monday, Sept. 30th at 9:30AM.  Class rings/jewelry will be delivered at this event. Please be sure your balance is paid in full by Friday, Sept. 27th in order to receive your ring/jewelry on Monday. Call 1-800-JOSTENS to make a payment or use the online payment login provided on your invoice.

     

    • There will be a FCCLA meeting in Room 333 after school at 2:45 pm on Wednesday, October 2nd.   New members are welcome to attend the meeting.  Come check us out!

     

    • Picture retakes is on Wednesday, October 2nd.  If you didn't have your picture taken in September, please make sure you have it taken.  You don't need to purchase pictures but you will receive a free ID badge. 

     

    • Starting Thursday, October 3rd, all students will need their ID badges at school.  If you arrive after 8am, you will need to scan your badge.

     

    • Students that leave early for YV Tech or YVC, please make sure you have your YV Tech or YVC badge with you when you check out.  You will need to show that to someone in the office before you can leave.

     

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  • Daily Bulletin- September 25

               Eisenhower Daily Bulletin

    September 25th, 2019

     

     

    Eisenhower’s mission is to ensure all students will graduate with the skills necessary for success in school, work and life through the Cadet tradition of I-K-E. 

     

     

    In the news…

     

    • Bring your questions and your homework to the library because our tutors are here every Monday through Thursday. These great students are excited to help. Come see us!

     

    • The PSAT will be given on Wednesday, October 16th from 7:45-12:00. Juniors planning to attend college should consider taking this test because it provides important feedback on one’s strengths and weaknesses, it points out where students need to prepare for the SAT, and it allows students to compare their scores to the ones needed for college admission. The cost of the test is $17.00 and you will receive a Practice Book when you register.  There are some fee waivers available at the counseling office. We have a limited number of tests so sign up today at the ASB window with Mrs. Rocha.

     

    • Game On! Kick off will be this Thursday, September 26th from 3:00-4:30. If you didn’t get to sign up, we are still accepting students. Bus passes are available to students in need. Game On meets in room 411…Come learn Computer Coding and play Soccer!

     

    • Gesa Student Tellers: there will be a lunch meeting in Mrs. Hinson’s room tomorrow for training. Please get your meal and head to Room 616 as soon as you can!

     

    • The Entrepreneurship Club will meet before school today in Mrs. Hinson’s, Room # 616. Come upstairs and check out the Cadet Print Shop! New members are welcome!

     

    • Congratulations to the IKE Girls Swim Team for taking down West Valley and Sunnyside yesterday afternoon at Lions Pool.  Katie Croffut, Eliza Layton, and Addie Mitchell were all double winners in their respective events.  It was an excellent team effort.  Nice job Ladies!

     

    • Environmental Club will meet today and tomorrow at 2:40 p.m. in room 625 with Mrs. Barik. Any new members are most welcome.

     

    • SENIORS: this morning is your last opportunity to log in to your school gmail and VOTE for your homecoming court! Voting will close after 2nd lunch

     

     

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