Senior photo information 2019

June 13, 2018


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SENIOR PHOTO INFORMATION Our official senior photographer is: Prestige Portraits The closest location to school is: Shelby Township (586) 532-9300 Students can go to any Prestige location, or any photographer; however, please make sure to follow the specs & meet the deadline! Yearbook...

Eisenhower 2019 yearbook and news media package

June 13, 2018


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EISENHOWER 2019 YEARBOOK & NEWS MEDIA PACKAGE * Yearbook personalized with the student’s name (as listed in PowerSchool) * Extra autograph pages for friends to sign included in book * Spring sports included as a supplement inserted in the book * As a reminder: yearbooks are distributed...

AP test tips and tricks

Stephanie Dugan, Staff Writer

May 16, 2018


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With the end of the school year approaching, many students have numerous responsibilities; a notable one: Advanced Placement tests. From 2016 alone, 1.1 million students took at least one AP test in school, according to College Board and 2.7 million students are projected for 2018. Many choose to ...

Take a seat, don’t cheat

Take a seat, don’t cheat

Stephanie Dugan, Staff Writer

May 16, 2018


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Recent studies found 59 percent of students say they cheat on tests and one in three high school students admitted to using the Internet for answers, according to The Josephson Institute Center for Youth Ethics. Cheating is a prevalent issue, common in schools for years. However, as cell phone usage...

Splash into color

Splash into color

Anna Settimo, Staff Writer

May 1, 2018


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Participants will show spirit, covered in color from head to toe to supports the art department on Saturday, May 12th at 10 a.m. “There is no funding for the arts and so we basically have to think of creative, fun ways to raise money for ourselves; which is very frustrating. But the color run is...

School strengthens security

Anna Schmidt, Webmaster

April 24, 2018


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In order to ensure school safety, after another national school tragedy, rules are being reinforced and changes are taking place locally and within UCS. “I would hope and want students to know that they should feel comfortable coming here,” principal Jared McEvoy said. Changes to the building include:...

Donations bounce in

Donations bounce in

Anna Schmidt, Webmaster

April 24, 2018


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She was just your typical girl, hanging out with her friends and playing sports. She came and walked the halls of Eisenhower, day to day, like all of her peers. There was just one thing different: alumna Cassie Hines did it with cancer. “She was the same as any other senior sitting here. She was feisty...

Battle of the boats

Anna Settimo, Staff Writer

April 23, 2018


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The student body files into the bleachers, shoulder to shoulder, eager to watch a school tradition: it’s cardboard boat race time. “It’s always a riot, because just to get in their heads, they are like ‘oh, I can beat your boat, but you’re worried about my boat, so I already won,’ so you’re...

Book Club gifts books

Book Club gifts books

Sophia Asta, Staff Writer

December 22, 2017


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Hot chocolate is exchanged for books as students donate books to Book Club for kids in need. “We are donating books to a school in Mount Clemens that's part of the Logan Foundation, which gives new or used books to kids who need them,” club sponsor Paula Stiff said. The book donation too...

GSA looks for acceptance

GSA looks for acceptance

Anna Settimo, Staff Writer

December 22, 2017


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A substitute teacher takes attendance, calls someone from the back of the room and keeps saying the name wrong, over and over again. The student does not respond to their birth name. “Teachers need to be aware about how it affects different kids who have different names or are just non-binary or...

Students raise money for kids

Students raise money for kids

Jessica Barjuca, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017


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Money flying in the classroom and kids running track style sprinting in the halls to win the telethon. “It felt great. I was super happy that we could help and participate in this,” second hour winner sophomore Connor Kline said. For the fifth year, Student Council raised money for Toys for...

Students give to Saint Kieran`s giving tree

Students give to Saint Kieran`s giving tree

Alessandra Cappussi, Staff Writer

December 20, 2017


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Wrapped presents placed under a tall Christmas tree will be delivered to local community members in need. “I really think it is important to give back to your community, especially during the holiday season. Many of the gifts we give are to children and I don't think any young child deserves to ...

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