By: Cody Anthony
With the dreary winter weather finally behind us, everyone is eager to get outside to enjoy the springtime air. A common thing to experience during the long winter months is a condition known as Cabin Fever. Cabin Fever occurs when a person starts to desire the nice outdoors, due to the poor weather conditions, which force people to stay indoors. When spring finally rolls around, however, the nice warm weather brings everybody outside to enjoy it. With this warm weather also comes many activities in which to partake, especially in our area. Continue reading Springing into Warmer Weather
By: Matthew Vibbert
As the school year nears an end, final exams come closer, and those exams bring with them end of the school year stress and pressure. The finals mark an important time in the marking period, as it’s the largest test you’ll take in a specific subject, and it has an impact on your grade depending on whether you fail or pass it. Each year, students feel a little overwhelmed preparing for the big tests, so The Squire asked senior William Schwanke about how he prepares for his finals. Continue reading Preparing for Finals
By: Brittany Smith
This teacher is fun, cool, and good at what she does; her name is Mrs. Joncas.
Mrs. Joncas is an important part of our math department at Eisenhower, so The Squire sat down with her to learn a little more about her background and teaching experience. Continue reading The Spring Spotlight Shines on Mrs. Joncas