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Key Club sends hope to Philippines

Key Club sends hope to Philippines

Gabriella Gallegos, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018

Key Club is selling handmade bracelets that are made in the Philippines, so families in the Philippines won't have to sell their kids for some source of income. From September - December, Key Club will be selling handmade bracelets for $2. They sell bracelets regularly at games, during lunch, and afte...

Fall Play becomes winter play

Fall Play becomes winter play

Aaliyah Gamboa, Staff Writer

October 25, 2018

‘Tis the season for the autumn play to take place in winter. Eisenhower’s annual fall play is being pushed back to after winter break. The official days are now Jan. 25-26 at 7 p.m. This year’s play is inspired by the book To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday. The play is about a father and a daugh...

Tutoring just got cozy in La Casa

Tutoring just got cozy in La Casa

Anese English, Staff Writer

October 25, 2018

Eisenhower upens it’s first tutoring center for AP and Honor students. La Casa is an acronym for the Center for Academic Support and Advancement. Tuoring is being held Monday-Friday in the old RTI room across the hall from the cafeteria. The tutors are former Honors and AP teachers. Ms. Malin...

Women empowerment rises at Eisenhower

Women empowerment rises at Eisenhower

Gisselle Almazan, Staff Writer

October 25, 2018

World Of Leading Females ( W.O.L.F Club) is the first ever female empowerment club at Eisenhower. Since September, W.O.L.F Club has met every Tuesday after school in room 334. W.O.L.F Club is sponsored and lead by Ms. Dana Madrigal, English teacher, and was created to be a safe place for young females...

Gaming club starts off year with high numbers

Gaming club starts off year with high numbers

Hailey Hecht-O’Connor, Editor

October 22, 2018

Gaming Club starts off the year with high numbers. 20-30 students have attended each of the club meetings so far this year to play video games on one of the handful of consoles, provided either by the school or from the students’ own collections. Plans to form a tournament group are underway for ...

Yearbook no longer offered as class

Yearbook no longer offered as class

Joel Herrera, Editor-in-chief

October 22, 2018

Yearbook class will no longer be offered as an English course next year and will shift into a extracurricular activity instead. According to Anthony Corsi, English & LRC Curriculum Director, the proposal to delete Writing for Yearbook as an English course is proceeding for three main reasons: th...

Annual Arts Extravaganza hosted at Eisenhower

Annual Arts Extravaganza hosted at Eisenhower

Brianna Smith, Staff Writer

May 13, 2018

Students from all around join together to celebrate a night of culture. The annual District 218 Arts Extravaganza was hosted on April 28 from 5-9 pm. Richards, Eisenhower and Shepard collaborate each year to host an event to showcase the arts programs. The host school is rotated every year, and this yea...

Spring pep rally raises scholarships for students

Spring pep rally raises scholarships for students

Amari Glover, Editor

March 22, 2018

This year Eisenhower will host the second scholarship fundraiser pep rally on Friday, March 23. At 2:15 p.m. in the main gym. Prior to last year, Eisenhower hosted a St. Baldrick's pep rally to raise money for children with cancer. Last year, the administration decided to host the pep rally instead...

Juniors vs SAT: SAT is still winning

Juniors vs SAT: SAT is still winning

Maya Dingle-Huntley, Staff

March 12, 2018

It is SAT season for the juniors at Eisenhower, but it seems as if not many juniors care. Administration is having a hard time getting students to SAT attend free study sessions.   There are 411 juniors in Eisenhower and in the past four weeks only five students have attended the prep classes. These...

First Power of Words event brings large crowd

First Power of Words event brings large crowd

Hailey Hecht-O'connor, Editor

March 9, 2018

The first ever Power of Words (POW) event was a success with well over 150 students attending. On Wednesday, Feb. 28, Eisenhower hosted their first annual POW ‘mixer’ from 3:15 - 4:30 p.m. in the cafeteria to bring awareness to the student body about the impact that words can have on others. ...

Rookie scholastic bowl team finishes with medal

Rookie scholastic bowl team finishes with medal

Hailey Hecht-O’Connor, Editor

February 23, 2018

After taking a one-year hiatus due to low enrollment, the 8-man Scholastic Bowl team finishes with a medal and a positive outlook for next year. Eisenhower’s short lived Scholastic Bowl season started January 10 and ended February 14. The team’s record was less than desirable with a final record...

218 TV Club on rise

218 TV Club on rise

Branden Shelwood, Staff writer

February 12, 2018

Eisenhower High School is well known for its action-packed TV Production and Broadcast News classes. Unfortunately the classes are only open to grades 10 -12, but thanks to a new club that all changes. 218 TV Club is a newly developed after school club that attends after school events such as sports...

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