Clubs & Activities
Bright Lights Choir
The 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 after 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 Jennifer Brown
Help "green" our school! Eco-Eagles 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
Fun and Fitness Day
Students participate in a variety of activities in the spring to train their minds and muscles for the upcoming year. We also have the pleasure of having W.E.B. students from Manhattan Middle School help run the different stations throughout the day. Contact Katie Columbus
Geography 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. Contact Brooke Rakow
Fifth 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
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 Katie Columbus
FET Families and Educators Together
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. Contact Brooke Rakow
Lifelong Learning Programs
BVSD Lifelong Learning offers a way for kids to expand their knowledge without having to worry about grades or homework. After the school bell rings or during the summer, students can switch gears from core curriculum to their choice of creative, active and/or brain building options. Igniting a spark outside of the classroom can improve children’s attitude toward school and boost their self-confidence. Best of all, Lifelong Learning reinvests 100% of its profits back into BVSD.