- Develop talents beyond the classroom through these extracurricular opportunities: after school academic program, Girls on the Run, Flying Fingers, Recorder Club, and Voices in Flight
- Support emotional and social skills through a variety of ways but not limited to: Counselor and Student Support Monitors, Second Step resources, Safe and Civil Schools practices, Deployment Group, and Class Meetings
- Develop the whole child through these traditions: Thanksgiving Banquet, Giving Tree, Read Night, Family Valentine Dance, Accelerated Reader Game Day and Bowling
- Teachers meet regularly in collaborative teams to use a variety of data sources to make instructional decisions. Professional development is also derived from data sources.
School Improvement Goals
Relationships: Eisenhower staff and students will build and maintain positive relationships with one another by maintaining at least a 3:1 positive to corrective ratio, will engage students in higher order thinking and implement social emotional learning techniques to support all students.
Relevance: Eisenhower staff will analyze and utilize student data to plan instruction to meet students needs and increase achievement by implementing strong Multi-Tiered Systems of Support in all classrooms.
Our Building Site Council (BSC) meets regularly as an eight member team comprised of teachers, families and community members to discuss a variety of topics. Some examples of these topics include: school activities, test scores, professional development, trends, curriculum, technology, extracurricular opportunities, class projects, budget, new addition.