Eisenhower Elementary School
CROWN POINT | The Crown Point Community School Corporation Board of School Trustees presented a Commendation Awards to Dwight D. Eisenhower Elementary School’s winning Team Bald Eagles at the March 24 School Board meeting.
CROWN POINT | Eisenhower Elementary hosted a special Dr. Seuss Birthday Celebration at the School on Friday, Feb. 28. "The Cat in the Hat" was the special guest and visited classrooms and passed out Dr. Seuss bookmarks and pencils to all of Eisenhower students.
The traditional holiday pops concert at the Star Plaza tonight and on Saturday, a Michigan beer party celebrating The Michigan Beer Film in Three Oaks. --- Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
CROWN POINT | Students at Eisenhower Elementary School will welcome hammered dulcimer performer Marcy Prochaska to the stage as part of the OcTUBA fall concert at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the gymnasium, 1450 S. Main St. Admission is free.
CROWN POINT | Dr. Teresa A. Eineman, Superintendent of Schools, and Mrs. Mary Ann Chapko, Eisenhower principal, welcomed a new principal to Eisenhower Elementary School. Principal Colin, a fourth grade student, took over the helm at Eisenhower on May 14 as Principal for the Day.
CROWN POINT | Eisenhower Elementary School in Crown Point recently received the highest score in their class to become the state champion at the 2013 Math Bowl competition.
CROWN POINT | Hats were required attire Friday as Eisenhower Elementary School celebrated the birthday of author Theodore Geisel, better known - and loved by children of all ages - as Dr. Seuss.
CROWN POINT | More than 600 participants gathered in the Eisenhower Elementary School gym for a literacy assembly at 10 a.m. Oct. 5 to participate in the annual Time Out for Reading event.
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CROWN POINT | The Crown Point Community School Corporation Board of School Trustees presented Commendation Awards to the Dwight D. Eisenhower Science Olympiad Team at the March 26, 2012 School Board Meeting. The team received the first place blue ribbon, a plaque and traveling trophy in the …
CROWN POINT | Eisenhower Elementary School celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday March 2 with a visit from his most famous book character, The Cat in the Hat. The famed cat with the stovepipe hat visited classrooms with special prizes for all of the students. A Reading Race Contest was also held, w…
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Department of Education named 23 region schools Four Star Schools on Wednesday for their superior student achievement in math and English.
CROWN POINT | The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program has recognized the academic achievements at Eisenhower Elementary School.
CROWN POINT | Families from four Crown Point elementary schools made a special delivery to the Sojourner Truth House in Gary last week.
CROWN POINT | A letter from a fifth-grader at Eisenhower Elementary School in Crown Point led to the recent donation of 15 new recycling bins to the school.
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