Before and After School Programs

    ​Eisenhower offers a variety of of enrichment programs and extra​curricular activities and events for students and parents alike. There is something for everyone at our school! 

    Eisenhower offers a variety of enrichment programs and extra curricular activities and events for students and parents alike.
    Browse through the list - there is something for everyone offered at our school!
    Eisenhower is lucky to offer so many different clubs to meet all of our students' diverse needs. From athletic to academic clubs your child will find what they need before and after school. All of the clubs are teacher led and run at no cost to our students.
     
     
     
     
     

    ChoirThe Bright Lights Choir of Eisenhower
    Extra-curricular activities are available to students so they can pursue their
    interests or hobbies even further. The Bright Lights of Eisenhower, a choral
    ensemble that meets before school, is an opportunity for the upper grade level
    students to devote additional time to developing musical skills, such as
    singing, reading music, creating vocal harmonies and working as an integral
    part of a music ensemble. As students take part in this ensemble, it is my goal
    to expose them to challenging and engaging musical experiences that will
    inspire them throughout their lives!
    For more information. Contact Angelie Timm
     
     
    Eco-Eagles​Help "green" our school! EcoEagles Green Team is open to all Eisenhower Elementary students in grades 1-5. The club is designed to increase the children's awareness of environmental issues and to promote positive green changes to our school. It is a wonderful way to have a real impact on our school environment. The club meets once a week after school. There are three distinct sessions during the school year each focusing on a different ecological issue. Contact Marti Hirsch or Carrie Bitz
     
     



     
     
    Fun & Fitness DayStudents participate in a variety of activities in the fall to train their minds and muscles for the upcoming year. We also have the pleasure of having W.E.B. students from Manhantten Middle School help run the different stations throughout the day. 
    Contact Mr. Neitenbach
     
     
     
    Fun Run
    September 13th (Rain date 15th)
    Each spring the students raise money for our school by running as many laps as they can during a 30 minute time, join us for a great tune up for the Bolder Boulder! 
    Contact Mr. Neitenbach
     
     
      Geography ClubGeography Club is for 3rd, 4th, 5th Grades students to demonstrate geography skills and ability at the school level and National Geography Bee, held in January or February.
     

     

     

    Instrumental MusicFifth grade students work with strings, brass and woodwinds twice each week during the school day. Instrument rental is available. Concerts are performed for parents in the Fall and in the Spring.
     

     
    Jump Rope Club
    Start: Wed. Sept. 25, 7:45am
    Finish: March 21st
    Jumping rope is one of the best exercises for your heart. Through a fun and challenging before school program jumpers master different jumping techniques to move through levels, which challenges their athletic and mental abilities. Open to all grades. 
    Contact Mr. Neitenbach or Ms. Leahy
     
     
    Latino Forums
    Foros del Latino
     
    This is an opportunity for our Latino community members to come together and discuss all things Eisenhower!
    Esta es una oportunidad para nuestros miembros de la comunidad latina a reunirse y discutir todas las cosas Eisenhower! Contact Betty Lopez
     
    Literacy ProgramEisenhower's Literacy Program supplements the regular classroom instruction to best meet the reading and writing needs of all students at Eisenhower. The goal of the Literacy Program is to ultimately have children read on grade level. In order to work toward that goal, early assessments and interventions are stressed.

     
    Spelling Bee
     
    An opportunity for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students to demonstrate spelling ability at the school level of the National Spelling Bee, held in January or February. The school spelling champion represents Eisenhower at the regional Spelling Bee.
     
      
     
    Talented & Gifted (TAG)  
     
     
    In class and in-school opportunities for TAG-identified students, PLUS a variety of after school enrichment activities. For more information visit TAG.
     
     
     
     
    Yo-Yo Club
    Start: Tues. Feb. 20th
    Finish: March 2nd
     
    This after school club meets during the extensive P.E. unit on yo-yoing. The students try to master different yo-yo tricks to move to higher levels of difficulty. 
    Contact Mr. Neitenbach

       

      
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     
     
      
     
     
      
     
     
     
       
     
     
     
      
     
     
      
      
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
      
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