Category Archives: Mid-Winter 2020 EHS News

WCSD Promotes Mental Health Awareness

By: Zoie Olsen

As the New Year starts, it is important that you take your mental health seriously and find ways to improve your mental health. Mental Health Awareness Month, also referred to as “Mental Health Month” has been observed in May in the United States since 1949, reaching millions of people in the United States through media, local events, and screenings. Mental Health Awareness is represented by a lime green ribbon. The color is also used for childhood depression, mental illness, and mood disorders. Some counties decorate streets, houses, and local businesses in May with green ribbons to show awareness. Continue reading WCSD Promotes Mental Health Awareness

Jaquay Breaks School Record

By: Brittany Smith

On Wednesday, January 15, 2020, the Eisenhower Knights wrestling team had a match against Corry. Although Eisenhower as a team did not win, the evening was exciting, as Senior, Logan Jaquay, broke the school record with 118 wins. Previously, Eisenhower alumni, Travis Hummel, held the school record, with 117 wins from 1994-1997. Continue reading Jaquay Breaks School Record

Reflecting on the Renovation of Eisenhower

By: Alex Durante

It’s hard to believe, but this marks five years since Eisenhower re-opened as a K-12 school. In honor of that, The Squire took some time this winter to find out more about the school’s past, present, and future. We would like to thank Ms. Walter in the library for the historical information. Continue reading Reflecting on the Renovation of Eisenhower