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Eisenhower Middle School

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National Junior Honor Society Meeting Oct. 18
The first meeting of Eisenhower's National Junior Honor Society is on Monday Oct. 18 in rooms 5 & 6. If you're interested sign up outside Room 5.
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National Junior Honor Society Meeting Oct. 18
The first meeting of Eisenhower's National Junior Honor Society is on Monday Oct. 18 in rooms 5 & 6. If you're interested sign up outside Room 5.
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Our school code is 6064
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About Our School


When Eisenhower Middle School first opened its doors on September 4, 1974, there was a staff of 29 teachers and a total of 588 students. We have since grown to a population of approximately 900 students and 60 teachers.

The organization of Eisenhower supports the middle school philosophy of including interdisciplinary teaming at all grade levels. In sixth grade, all core subjects are taught by a team of teachers, with exploratory electives offered during a separate period. They also have a semester of PE and a semester of Information Technology. Seventh-grade students have four core classes, a semester of health, a semester of PE, and one elective class. Our eighth-grade students have four core classes and two electives. Our faculty are encouraged to collaborate with each other in order to best meet the academic, social, and physical needs of our students during their transition from elementary to high school.

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