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Mr. Comalander: Attitude, A Matter of Choice
Your Time to Shine
Spring pictures is your time to shine! So listen up to these tips and tricks to make your picture fabulous. 1- Come picture ready, have your hair nice, and clean clothes 2- These photos will not be in the year book, we already got your photos in Fa (More)
Ticket to Togetherness
Sports are all the rage these days! It requires smarts, athleticism, strength, discipline, self-confidence and much more. Our school is full of athletes that need a chance to shine. One problem is that schools can only offer so many sports options. A (More)
Throw Kindness Like It’s Confetti!
Throw Kindness Like Confetti Walking by our school’s cafeteria, you might see something new on the w (More)
Be Smart, Dress The Part
As you may have noticed, we have a dress code here at Eisenhower. This dress code consists of jeans, khakis, school spirit shirts or a white collared polo. We went around the school asking one student in each grad (More)
Time Flies By
Have you ever been late to one of your classes? Well if you have, you know that it stinks. Most classes are right around the corner from each other, but what if you have to get from one side of the school to the o (More)
13 Reasons, Why Not!
This controversial Netflix series was all the buzz this Summer. Check out Natalia Robles as she interviews Taylor, a Bush student, on her opinion. (More)
What's the beef? -With school lunches
Do you buy lunch at school? Most kids at IKE this year do! But does that mean they enjoy the lunches they eat? People don't enjoy the school lunches as much as they should. When people buy their lunc (More)
Bulldog to Rattler
Addison Garcia talks to Rian Magner about how she is feeling regarding the transition she will soon make moving from Bush to Reagan High school next year. She discusses what she is most nervous about, what electives she has chosen, and her plans for (More)
Teacher Appreciation
Teacher appreciation week will be celebrated May 1st through May 5th at Bush Middle School. Gerardo Ramirez and Payton Bass put together this great piece where students talk about teachers that have made an impact on their lives. (More)
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