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Student-Led Conferences

Please join us on February 13-14, 2020 for student-led conferences at Eisenhower.  During these conferences, your child will have an opportunity to share with you his/her academic progress and personal growth.  Students should bring their Chromebooks with them to conferences as they will be used to facilitate the student-led portion of the conference.  You will then have an opportunity to briefly meet individually with all of your student’s teachers.

Nacho Day

Nacho Day has been rescheduled this month from January 10th to January 31st.

Spirit Week December 16-20

To get into the spirit of the holiday season, the students and staff will participate in the spirit week as follows:

Monday – Flannel

Tuesday – Holiday  Colors (red/green)

Wednesday – Ugly Holiday Sweater

Thursday – Holiday Hats

Friday – Holiday Pajamas

Winter break will begin at the close of school on Friday, December 20 and will resume on Monday, January 6.

We would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season!

 

 

Incoming 6th Grade Parent Night

We are excited for our 6th grade parent night on December 11.  This informational night is a great opportunity to find out some useful tips for a smooth transition into Eisenhower.  This event will take place from 6 pm – 7 pm.  Our partnership is important for the success of your child.  We look forward to meeting you and answering any questions you may have about Eisenhower and about the transition to junior high.

Parent Portal and Report Cards

The end of the first trimester will be on November 8.  Parents will have access to student online report cards on November 20, 2019 through parent portal.  All parents and guardians, who have not previously created a portal account, please contact our office to get your access code.

USE OF WATER BOTTLES AND SNACKS IN CLASSROOMS

Students are allowed to bring a water bottle and snacks with them to school.  However, to reduce potential mess, we do encourage students to leave their water bottles and snacks in their lockers.  Students are allowed to bring clear reusable water bottles and a small snack with them throughout the day including in classrooms at the teacher’s discretion.  Please ensure your child’s water bottle has a secure lid and is transparent or semi-transparent to allow us to see the beverage inside the water bottle.  Store bought recycled bottles are not permitted in classrooms. Please ensure that your child’s snack follows the following guidelines:

  •  Snacks must be nut-free to promote an inclusive learning environment sensitive to our fellow student’s allergies.

  • We encourage students to bring healthy snacks.

  • Aside from fruit, the snacks must be a prepackaged, single serving item (smaller than the size of a fist).

  • The snack should not be a distraction to the learning environment.

  • Students are not allowed to bring meals into the classroom to eat.  This includes fast food items which are a distraction to the learning environment.

  • If dropping off a lunch, please make sure it is dropped off before your child’s lunch period.

Breakfast Club

Students receiving free or reduced lunch will have an opportunity to have a small breakfast in the morning.  Please fill out the permission slip that was in your Information Day folder to take advantage of this opportunity.

PTA Hot Lunch

PTA Lunches:  

It is not too late to sign up for the monthly PTA lunches.  PTA Hot Lunch IKE 2019-2020.docx

Pizza Lunches

This is a reminder that pizza lunches are available for students to buy on Tuesday and Thursday.  Student can begin purchasing cheese pizza on Sept 5.

Prices are accordingly.  Pizza and water = $3.00   Pizza = $2.50

Crisis Plan Information

As a school we practice a variety of emergency drills with our students.  Please read the District letter regarding these practices.

Crisis Plan and Drill Parent Letter – English

Crisis Plan and Drill Parent Letter – Spanish