By: Kiley Youngberg
Most of you may know Mrs. Ludwig as one of the best English teachers here at Eisenhower. Mrs. Ludwig has been working at Eisenhower for several years. Throughout the years, Mrs. Ludwig has taught many different grade levels, and this year is no exception. She is currently teaching mostly grades 9 and 10 and as one of her students, I personally think that she is an amazing teacher.
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By: Taylor Napolitan
Between Covid and the long winter we had this year, adding some color to your spring season will truly brighten up your day! The Squire interviewed high school science teacher, Mrs. Swanson, to find out her input on spring planting and gardening. When asked about her favorite thing to plant in her garden, Swanson stated, “I love to plant perennials which come up every year. I have lilies and peonies, which are amazing.” She has had four flowerbeds for more than 40 years. She also stated that she plants Geraniums and, “…bright flowers like Marigolds and Dahlias.” She also added that she likes to think of the plants she maintains as her children because she loves to take care of them and keep them safe while they grow.
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By: Maddison Blose
Despite the unpredictable weather conditions of Pennsylvania, the longer days and warmer nights of summer are approaching, which means summer vacation is soon to follow! With the warm weather comes an endless amount of exciting activities to do, but without school it is hard for some to find ways to stay occupied and entertained. Thankfully, The Squire is here to help, so stay tuned and maybe you will find a new favorite hobby!
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