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Sitting in her office, Associate Principal Kate Walker writes down some notes for the day. “I’m excited for everything, Im super pumped about this job,” Walker said. She has been working up to this position for more than ten years and is ready for the challenge.

Walking on up

September 27, 2022
Student Council provided a wide variety of breakfast foods to welcome new students to the Ike community. “To provide some comfort as a human act of kindness [through this event] is a great thing,” Associate Principal Kate Walker said. This is a great way for students to get to know each other and get introduced to the Ike building.

Warm welcome

September 19, 2022
The cake is freshly cut and ready to be eaten. “Its like all of your favorites as a kid rolled into one,” Michelle Schwarz said. This particular cake was split so it was half vanilla and half chocolate.

Ice-cream dream

May 28, 2022
The revolving sushi bar can be seen from the outside of the building, easily interesting customers. This Kura sushi location opened in February 2021, making it the first location in Michigan. Despite being open for over a year, the waiting room stays packed, no matter the day of the week.

Kura Sushi review

April 29, 2022
S.A.T. debate

S.A.T. debate

April 11, 2022
Junior Chase Schwarz practices karate. At the end of practice, the class read  the The Black Belt Commitment. The creed not only has taught me all of that, but it helps me keep those virtues close to me on and off the mat, Schwarz said.

Kicking it in karate

March 11, 2022
Students fill out their schedules for the next school year. “Honestly, I dislike required classes. I understand the need for some of the classes and I find a few of them to be pretty informational, but others I would hardly pass on. In some of them, no learning is being done and kids could be doing something so much more beneficial to their career,” junior Leviathan Rossi said. Rossi chose to opt out of his required courses in his senior year and replace them with other classes he would enjoy.

Required, not inspired

February 23, 2022
 Assistant to the Principal Alicia Singer stands alongside the dedicated mural to the 2022 graduating class. “My love for education was so strong but couldn’t transition into the K-12 world- I did not have a teaching certificate yet,” Singer said. She was very glad to achieve the opportunity to meet so many great people during her last two decades at Eisenhower.

Singer signs off

February 17, 2022
To celebrate her retirement, the staff gather to clap off and congratulate retiring teacher Lawanda Parker. “Im really going to miss the students because I was able to work with them all of the time, but I certainly miss a lot of teachers. You have great teachers working there, they work very hard and serve the district very well. The success of the district is dependent on those teachers,” Parker said. Parker taught for 51 years.

Eagle left the building

February 17, 2022
Some students feel exams are scary. “Cramming in all of my exams and final work before the semester ends is really stressful for me,” junior Emily Kobylski said. Kobylski was stressed out during exams.

Exam cram

January 21, 2022
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