11-13-15 Newsletter

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK NEWSLETTER ONLINE: The change for the newsletter this year is instead of sending it home, it is being posted on-line for parents to access it. The office has included the instructions on how to access the newsletter and the school menus. Go to usd211.org, click on EES tab on the right side scroll down until the most current newsletter or menu displays on the screen. If you have any questions, please call the office. THANKSGIVING DINNER: A friendly reminder Read more

SCHOOL PLAY SCHEDULE CHANGE Because of the change with the playoff football game schedule the first night of the fall play will be on Friday, November 13, at 7:30 pm instead of Saturday night. The second performance will still be on Sunday afternoon, November 15, at 2:30 pm. 


Ronda Friend Visits Eisenhower! Ronda Friend entertainer and author visited with the students of Eisenhower elementary on Monday, November 9. It was a great program!  Ronda Friend working with the students! Staff members rocking with Ronda!

Sectional Football Game The Bluejays will play at Wichita Collegiate on Saturday, November 14, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. Wichita Collegiate school is at 1221 N. Webb Road, Wichita, Kansas.

11-06-15 Newsletter

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK THANKSGIVING DINNER: Just a friendly reminder that on Friday, November 20th is the Eisenhower Thanksgiving Dinner for the students. Because of the time and expense of this lunch we are asking parents not to call in and eat with their child that day. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM: We have received word from the KSDE (Kansas State Department of Education) consultant concerning the purchasing of milk at lunch time. If Read more

Starting Time for Saturday’s Football Game Saturday’s Playoff football game at Scott City will start at 3:00 p.m.  Remember passes are not good at playoff games. Good luck to the Bluejays!

Kindergarten Performs for Whispering Pine Residents The kindergarten kids went all out during their visit with Whispering Pine’s residents. The teachers went all out as well dressed as “Fly Guy”!