The library is open late! Come for free tutoring and to use the computers.
Attention all Female Tennis players. Please get your sports paperwork turned in by Friday February 24th. If you have any questions please stop by room 401 and talk to coach DeGrasse.
For all students planning on turning-out for track….pick-up track papers from Mr. English’s room (633). All paper work be completed and turned in to the Athletic Secretary before being allowed to practice. The first practice is on Monday February 27th at 3:00pm.
The Ike Girls’ Fastpitch seasons begins this Monday at 3:00. Anyone wanting to try out must have all spring sports paperwork completed and turned in before the first practice. See Mr. Jimenez in Room 419 for any questions.
Eisenhower has been offering a College in High School Chemistry course since 2016 in collaboration with Heritage University. Potential students of junior and senior levels can enroll for the coming school year to earn university credits free of tuition fee. For more information, students can see Mrs. Barik in room 625.
Interested in applying to Central Washington University? Juan Maravilla, Outreach Specialist for the College Assistant Migrant Program at Central Washington University, will be in the library next Wednesday, March 1st from 2:35 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Please stop by to get help with your CWU application, scholarship application, and/or CAMP application. Stop by to see Yolanda in the Career Center if you have any questions.
Reminder MECHA meeting every Thursday in the career center at 7:30 am.
Are you interested in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields? Are you strong in math? The University of Washington- College of Engineering is now accepting applications to their 2017 Math Academy. For four weeks during the summer, students live on campus and spend substantial time developing math problem-solving skills with College of Engineering instructors and student tutors. Meals and lodging is provided for FREE! If you are interested in learning more about the UW Math Academy, the representative will be at IKE on Monday, February 27th. Please sign up in the Counseling Office to meet with the representative.
Jostens will be at Eisenhower HS on Monday at 9:30am to conduct a class meeting regarding commitment to graduation and class rings. Design your ring at www.jostens.com. Order days will be Thursday March 2nd and Friday, March 3rd.
Want to study engineering at the University of Washington? The University of Washington is now accepting applications to their 2017 Math Academy. For four weeks during the summer, students live on campus and spend substantial time developing math problem-solving skills with College of Engineering instructors and student tutors. Meals and lodging is provided for FREE! The application deadline is March 27th. More information, including the eligibility criteria go to: engr.uw.edu/mathacademy.
Do you plan on attending a community college, four year college/university, or technical college after graduation? No matter your choice, help is here! Get assistance with your college and scholarship applications, your personal statements, registering for the SAT/ACT, completing your FAFSA, doing a career interest inventory, and getting your general questions answered. There will be help sessions in the LIBRARY every Wednesday from 2:35 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please stop by to see Yolanda, from the College Success Foundation, and/or Juaquin, Admissions Counselor from Heritage University, for assistance at these weekly help sessions.
Are you interested in pursuing a major in science, technology, engineering, math or health care? You can be one of 1,850 students that can earn a scholarship worth up to $22,500 to pay for college! Apply now for the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship! The application deadline is next Tuesday, February 28th. Don’t let this great opportunity pass you by! Here is the link: https://www.waopportunityscholarship.org/application
Stop by to see Yolanda in the Career Center if you have any questions.
The Yakima School District is a Drug Free, Weapons Free, Tobacco Free district. Yakima School District encourages workforce diversity and complies with all state and federal laws prohibiting unlawful discrimination.