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Hammered dulcimer performer Marcy Prochaska will join Eisenhower Elementary School students on stage as guest artist for the OcTUBA Fall Concert on Wednesday.
Getting into the spirit of Dr. Seuss Day at Eisenhower Elementary School in Crown Point are, from left, Juliette Mehok as Thing One, Jonah Kilarski as "The Cat in the Hat" and Bella Mehok as Thing Two, characters in Dr. Seuss' most famous book.
Will the real Cat in the Hat please stand up? The first photograph is Hillary LaBorde's first-grade class received a visit from The Cat in the Hat (a.k.a. Chris Tufts) as they celebrated author Dr. Seuss' birthday. Students wore hats they created for Friday's event.
An abundance of witches, lions, tin men, scarecrows and Dorothys appeared at Eisenhower Elementary School in Crown Point last week as students dressed as characters from "The Wizard of Oz" to celebrate Time Out for Reading day with A "Reading Takes You Over the Rainbow" theme. Prizes were aw…
Media Specialist Judy Einikis, left, read "The Wizard of Oz" to students and staff gathered for a literacy event Oct. 5 at Eisenhower Elementary School in Crown Point.
Kindergartners, front row from left, Kaley Hegeduis, Caelyn Thiel, David Stafford, Kylie Hudak, and back row, Drew Croell, Elias Paviadakis and Kristian Taneski, students in Jackie Stahl's class, don their stylish hats at Eisenhower Elementary School to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday earlier …
Janna Flatt's kindergarten class welcomes The Cat in the Hat to their classroom at Eisenhower Elementary School in honor of author Dr. Seuss' birthday.
Ella Grupa, Kristen Dukleski, Kate Ryan, Samantha Cassady, Kaitlyn Hasse and Aidan Siavelis help load 150 loaves of homemade bread for delivery from Eisenhower Elementary School to Sojourner Truth House.
Abby Pitts and Kaitlyn Hasse, students at Eisenhower Elementary School, deliver homemade bread to Sister Peg Spindler, director of Sojourner Truth House.
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