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2020s History

2019-2020
  • 60th Anniversary of Eisenhower High School
  • First day of Breakfast in the Classroom

Breakfast program

  • Cheer performing during the Homecoming Pep Rally

Cheer

  • Seniors compete against the staff. This annual activity took place during Homecoming Week.

KickballKickball

  • Dedication of the Nancy G. O'Kelley Administration Building on Dec. 9, 2019

O Kelley dedication
 Dedication ceremoy

  • The EHS Academic Decathlon Varsity team earned a 10th place finish in a competition with 43 teams in San Bernardino county. The JV team finished 18th out of all Varsity and JV teams in the county. Phillip Suchy earned a 1st place finish in Varsity math, Jareli Olivares 3rd place in Math in Varsity Level, and Osvar Saldana 1st place in Junior Varsity math.
  • 5 Winter Sports made the playoffs!
    • Boys soccer
    • Girls waterpolo
    • Boys basketball
    • Girls basketball
    • Individual Boys wrestlers: Ashaunte Green, Joaquin Castro and Jesse Diaz. Individual Girls wrestlers: Crystal Solono and Ashley Barber
  • Girls' Basketball made EHS history by advancing to the CIF-SS Championship Finals on Saturday, Feb. 29.
    Proud of our Lady Eagles
  • Girls' Basketball continued to excel in postseason. They advanced to the second round of the State playoff tournament.
  • Boys' Basketball junior player Daniel Rouzan was named San Andreas League MVP. In addition, Justin Edwards and Jordyn Reddic received 1st team honors and Micah Myricks Honorable Mention. Daniel Rouzan also earned a spot on the All CIF-SS Div 3A 2nd Team.
  • Coach Antonio Quintero was named the San Bernardino Sun Coach of the Year in Girls' Basketball.
  • Girls' Basketball players junior Briana Lizardi and freshman Sa'lah Hemingway earned spots on the All CIF-SS Div 3A team.
  • As students headed into spring break, no one could have imagined that this would be the last day of physical classes for the 2019-2020 school year. A world-wide pandemic known as the Corona Virus or COVID19, sent everyone into quarantine. Students would not be allowed to return on campus, all sports were canceled, and 4th quarter learning took place completely online. The yearbook was revised with the following spread (provided by Herff Jones and EHS Yearbook):

yearbook spread