By: Ariana Oaks
This year Eisenhower has planned several activities to celebrate the holidays and give back to the community. Many clubs have teamed up with faculty members to put on fun activities for students and staff to participate in this holiday season. They have also organized drives to give back and connect to the community. The Squire interviewed a few of the individuals that organized these events to get further information.
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By: Avalynne Russell
As many students may know, last year, Eisenhower gained a new Family and Consumer Sciences teacher, and many of you may now know her as your favorite teacher. She teaches a variety of fun, hands-on, and interesting classes in room G110. You may often see her standing outside of her classroom door as you walk from class to class, or you may see her at school events, such as the blood drive. To help everyone to get to know her a little better, The Squire interviewed Mrs. Criswell for this issue’s teacher spotlight.
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By: Haley Eckman
This winter, The Squire interviewed Alyssa Fuchs for our student spotlight. After graduation at the end of this school year, Alyssa plans on going to Penn State University, which has been a lifelong goal of hers. This goal is going to become her reality, as she was accepted just a few weeks ago. As a senior at Eisenhower, Alyssa is an active member of Student Council and National Honor Society and is excited to see what life will bring her after graduation.
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