2009-2010 School Year
- October 17, 2009, Eisenhower High School celebrated its 50th Anniversary with a day long event including: carnival, car show, and the induction of 8 alumni into the new Alumni Hall of Fame.
- The evening was capped off with the renaming of the football stadium, Ronnie Lott Stadium.
- At the football homecoming game, homecoming queens were invited to come back for the 50th anniversary
- The boys' basketball team repeated as CIF-SS Champs, the first time an Eisenhower basketball team has earned back-to-back championships.
2010-2011 School Year
- The Athletic Director's office was moved into E-6 and space was also provided for athletes to come in and study or relax and admire memorabilia from Ike Sports history.
- The Class of 2010 donated a glass enclosed message board.
- Ronnie Lott donated a presentation jersey to the school.
2011-2012 School Year
- The D-wing was renovated to include two new science labs
- An AFS exchange student (class of '62) and the sons of Eisenhower's first principal came back to visit
Bruce Ryan, Jens Holch (from Denmark), and Paul Ryan stand in front of Eisenhower's gym during their visit.
- Boy's Basketball once again CBL Champions
- Senior Jerrion Burton signed his letter of intent to attend New Mexico State University on a football scholarship. Members of the football team as well as family members and friends were on hand to witness the ceremony.
Jerrion, a member of the Citrus Belt League champion Eagles, was recognized earlier in the year by the San Bernardino Sun as a Second Team Defensive Player.
- Ryan Clady ('04), an All-Pro offensive tackle for the Denver Broncos, has donated over $25,000 in football equipment. Clady will be donating the equipment through his charity the SKC Foundation, named for his late mother, Sharon Kemp Clady, who passed away from heart disease. The foundation’s primary purpose is youth development with a specific focus on youth development programs. The donated equipment includes 60 Xenith helmets (www.xenith.com), 60 Shock Doctorfive-pad girdles (www.ShockDoctor.com), 55 pairs of Nike cleats for varsity players, and 60 Cutters gloves.
- Eisenhower High School hosted Relay for Life to support the fight against cancer. The Relay is a 24 hour long walking event.
- Two athletes signed Letters of Intent. Aaryon Green signed to Division I Long Beach State. Fred Scott signed to Arizona Christian.
- The Pacific Islanders Club hosted the first ever Dancing With the Staff competition. Math teacher Mrs. Olga Pesantes-Mills and her student partner Jorge Mendoza Camacho win the competition.
- The Auto Collision and Repair class restored Principal Sparks' cart.
- Final games played on the current football field. As part of the Rialto bond, EHS will be getting a new stadium.
- The old marquee is pulled down. New marquee installed, also part of the Rialto bond.
- What to do on your birthday when you're the Principal
- Have 1200 students sing Happy Birthday to you at the Winter Sports Assembly
- Volunteer your time for a scholarship fundraiser - and be a good sport
- As part of Super Bowl 50, EHS received special commemorative golden footballs honoring the three Ike alumni who played in Super Bowls. They are: Ronnie Lott ('77) - Super Bowls 16, 19, 23, 24, David Lang ('86) - Super Bowl 30, and Craig Newsome ('89) - Super Bowl 31
- Baseball team plays an international preseason game vs South Korea.
- Ronnie Lott, class of '77 - Hometown Hall of Famer. Lott unveiled a plaque from the Pro Football Hall of Fame and Ford Motor Company recognizing Rialto as the official hometown of Ronnie Lott. The plaque was dedicated to Eisenhower High School and will be mounted on the new football stadium upon its completion.
- The City of Rialto in partnership with State Farm funded the painting of a mural in the south parking lot. It was painted by Michael Howard of some of our Ike students.
- Groundbreaking ceremony for new football stadium and performing arts theater.
- End of an era. The football stadium is torn down in preparation for construction of a new and improved stadium. Construction also began on the new Performing Arts building. Look at the old press box sitting all by itself.