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September 13, 2019

   

Choir students craft bracelets and thank-you cards for VETS that will be delivered to the VA campus. PHOTO BY LEXI KUBIN/THE CANDIDATE

     In remembrance of the tragedy on September 11th, 2001, Wednesday was a national day of service in which citizens of the United States join together to better their schools, communities, and most of all, their country. 

     Tiger Nation took action by encouraging students t...

November 2, 2018

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As the members of his team watch, junior Chance Omli tries to hit the volleyball over senior Tyler Trudo's block during the Volley for Vets event Oct. 23 in the EHS gymnasium. 

   During a special open extended period at the end of the day on Tuesday, Oct. 23, students were allowed to go to various activities including Volley for Vets held in the gym.

     Volley for Vets is a fundr...

November 2, 2018

   

                                                      Photo by Lauren Hawkins/The Candidate

Freshman Cody Dean tries to walk a straight line while wearing impairment goggles during a distracted driving presentation fifth hour last week.

     Outreach Coordinator for (Wichita) Via Christi Hospi...

September 25, 2018

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Junior Nathan Alpers measures the bounds of a simulated crime scene in Forensic Science in early September.

     

     Forensic Science is a class that has labs three to four times a week and most of the time, unless it is a test or application, the students themselves get to decide and plan out crime scenes.

    “They become the voice of the victim,” in...

September 25, 2018

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  Junior Abby Reiswig conducts an experiment in the new class Principles of Biomedical Science.

     The new class Principles of Biomedical Science  conducted a lab on the cooling rate of a dead body.

     The class came to be because a survey conducted by Project Lead the Way showed that a high percentage of students going to Eisenhower were interested in the medical field....

September 24, 2018

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Senior Kaley Best plants flowers around the pergola on the east side of the school as a part of science teacher Denise Scribner's classes' service day project. "My favorite part was planting flowers and being outdoors," Best said. "I think that by us all participating in this, it got us to come together as a school."

     

     Eisenhower High School dedicated a day to community service...

September 24, 2018

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Freshman Weston Kukowski (left) and sophomore Kiara Pavlik talk with Zarin Shoity, In-Kind Donation Coordinator, about donations for the migrant center. “They (IRC) help teach the refugees, give them homes and they have a Care Closet that allows them to get things for free that they can’t afford themselves," Kukowski said.

     Students in German, Spanish and Health classes went to the Inte...

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Sophomore Maddison Kelley writes a positive note to put on a lunch table for students to see. 

     On 9/11, the students and staff worked together all day to provide services to help the community and those around them.

     Volunteer projects ranged from writing letters for elementary kids to collecting resources for a cause.

     “Going in, some people were...

     

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Along with doing a gratitude activity, social studies teacher Lindsey Keller reads out a student's anonymous five facts for the class to guess who wrote them. (Middle) In response to writing three gratitudes, sophomore Makena Chippeaux tells her class what she was thankful for on the first day of school. (Bottom) Social studies teacher Jeff Taylor reads out his three grat...

           Goddard and Eisenhower students gathered together in late April at the Goddard High School football stadium for a day of charitable work and volunteering.

            The event, known as Neighbors United, began in 2015.

            “Neighbors United is an event that came about from Eisenhower and Goddard students,” said Dane Baxa, Goddard Direc...

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