Molly Yeske

Molly Yeske, Staff Writer

Hi, I am Molly Yeske. I’m 15 years old and I am a Junior at Ike. This is my first year taking Journalism News Media. I took Journalism because I had Mrs. Kincannon as a teacher last year which I loved and I wanna learn more about writing to improve my skills. I have taken a photo and film class before where I learned quite a bit about lighting with photos. I enjoy playing softball and basketball and doing stuff like learning to skateboard in my free time. I am so excited for my upcoming year in the Journalism staff.

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Exam Extravaganza, the picture represents how exams can help you later in life. Exams can help you in college and then later in the workplace. Over all exams can help you be successful in life.

Exam Effect

June 6, 2022
Taco Bell fries are back, they may not look like normal fries but they taste like them.

Macho Nacho Fries

May 19, 2022
This photo shows an email to parents about an older male asking a young girl for a ride, the man stuck his hand in her car. This girl will now have a police escort to and from school every day.

Sad Society

May 12, 2022

Mr. Ike is back

April 5, 2022
Whatever floats your boat. Eisenhower students from previous years participate and watch the annual boat race. Some students are racing to the end of the pool  to win the 3D metal Mr. Packan gives white, while others watch and cheer them on. “To see the kids come back whove done it before, they come back and they say, we know what works from last year and once they do it the second time around, they know what works and what doesnt work,”auto teacher Jeffrey Kment said. “Theres a really big learning curve from actually building a boat and putting it in the water for the first time to the second time. The boat races involve architecture, design and engineering, auto, woodshop construction, physics. The boat races are schedule to happen on Friday, March 4, 2022.

Ready, Set, Row!

February 17, 2022
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