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  • Empowering students to be life-long learners in a caring community while inspiring the leaders of tomorrow.

    Principal: Dave Martin
    2827 Jersey Ridge Road
    Davenport, Iowa 52803
    Phone: (563) 723-6350
    Fax: (563) 355-9770

  • News, Events, and Announcements

    Updated Phone/Fax Numbers

    Over the summer we received new phone and fax numbers.  Please use the information below to contact us:

    Eisenhower Elementary
    2827 Jersey Ridge Road
    Davenport, IA 52803
    P. 563-723-6350
    F. 563-445-5969
    Principal – Dave Martin (martind@davenportschools.org)
    Secretary – Jen DeSmith (desmithj@davenportschools.org) – records may be requested via email or fax to Jen DeSmith’s attention.

    Welcome Back To School!

    We are delighted to be an integral part of your child’s education.  Together, with your help, the Eisenhower Eagles will continue soaring to new heights.

    School Supply List

    Important Dates:

    August 9, Registration, Noon – 6:00

    August 22, Unpack your Backpack, 4:30 – 6:00

    August 23, First Day of School,  First – Fifth Grade

    August 24, First Day of School for Kindergarten

    School Hours:

    Breakfast:

    7:05 – 7:25

    First Bell:
    7:25 AM

    Student Day Begins (Tardy Bell):
    7:35 AM

    Student Day Ends:
    2:25 PM*
    *1:25 dismissal on Wednesdays

     

    Important Information

     

    Registration will be held on Tuesday, August 9, from noon – 6:00pm.  If you are unable to register online or come to registration please email Ms. Jen to make alternate arrangements.

    Unpack Your Backpack will be on Monday, August 22 from 4:30pm – 6:00pm.  All families need to have registration completed prior to Unpack Your Backpack night to be assigned to a classroom. 

    For a complete list of 2016-2017 academic dates please visit the DCSD website: http://www.davenportschools.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Final-Academic-2016-2017-Calendar-1.pdf

     

     

    Registration for 2016-2017 Online Now or August 9

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    Register for the 2016-2017 School Year

    Online Registration is now active.  Both Returning Families and New Families can register using the online system.  Returning families will use the link in their Parent Portal accounts and New Families will use the Online Registration Link by visiting our website (www.davenportschools.org) and hovering over the Registration header -> click Enrollment & Registration -> scroll down to Online Registration Service & click link.   If you need assistance, please contact Danielle Heller at the DCSD Welcome Center at 563-336-5018.

    All kindergartners will need proof of residency, proof of birth, immunization, vision screening, dental screening, lead test, and completed enrollment forms (online registration only replaces the enrollment forms).  Call the office with questions at 563.355.2604

    New families, incoming kindergarten students, and any families with a new address will need to come to the building to show a current proof of residence (within 30 days).  Proof of

    Eisenhower Wins Battle of the Books

    Elementary and middle schools across the Davenport Community School District gathered at the Eastern Branch Library on Wednesday, March 30, to compete in the grades 4-6 Battle of the Books Competition.  Each year the Iowa Association of School Librarians nominate around 20 book titles for the students to read, and then in March, the students vote to determine which book will win the Children’s Choice Award.  During the Battle of the Books each team had to answer one hundred questions based on the 20 nominated Children’s Choice Books.  Eisenhower Elementary finished first with McKinley Elementary finishing in second place.   The Eisenhower Elementary team will now represent the district at the regional competition on April 16.  The Eisenhower team: Allison S., Lola B., MiaJoy N., and Isaac T.

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    Robot Invades Eisenhower

    The 5th grade students have been working with computer coding.  The students are learning the concepts of computer coding through simulated games of Minecraft and Angry Birds.  After learning these concepts, many of the students have had the opportunity to use their new skills in programming the robot – Dash.  In the video below, four of our 5th graders will demonstrate the Robot in action and then reflect on this experience.  

    Computer Survey

    Our school has partnered with BrightBytes – an educational research organization – to explore our use of technology for learning.

    We invite you to answer a few questions about your technology use. It should take less than 5 minutes to complete on any device with internet access.

    Follow this link to participate:  http://www.BByt.es/W28UP

    Calming Techniques

    The following video features our school counselor, Dona Rushford, explaining calming strategies.  These strategies are taught and used here at school, but can be used at your homes as well.

     

    The SLANT Strategy

    As noted in the book, Teach Like a Champion 2.0, it is very important to teach our students procedures in the classroom.  Like practicing the procedures for lining-up, it is also important to teach our students techniques to help them pay attention, focus, and learn in school.  Many of our teachers are using the strategy of SLANT.  In the video below, Mr. Specht’s class created a song to help us all remember this strategy.  SLANT is an acronym:

    Sit up

    Listen

    Ask and answer questions

    Nod your head

    Track the speaker

    Vision Statement Created

    Eisenhower Elementary:  Inspiring The Leaders Of Tomorrow

    Our Vision

    Empowering students to be life-long learners in a caring community while inspiring the leaders of tomorrow.

    Our Mission

    Eisenhower Elementary School and the Davenport Community School District, in partnership with our families and community stakeholders, strive to empower students in a diverse and caring community to be life-long learners.  By engaging students academically in a challenging learning environment, and modeling respect, integrity, and perseverance, we believe we are preparing our students to be tomorrow’s leaders.

    Core Values

    Respect   ●   Integrity ●  Perseverance ● Empathy ● Citizenship