Jostens will be here for one day only on Monday April 10th during FLEX and LUNCH to deliver your caps, gowns and other graduation items that were ordered. All orders must be paid in full in order to pick up. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Dethloff in room 134.
Summer Semester Registration is currently open now through March 28. Courses will run June 19 - July 20 (For Credit Math Courses will run through August 9). Parents/Students can sign up for courses in Infinite Campus by selecting the Summer Semester calendar from the calendar drop down and then click on the ONLINE REGISTRATION icon. For more information and to view courses offered, click here!
Local Author Fair at New Berlin Public Library (Posted 3/16/17)
Attention all wannabe authors and illustrators! The New Berlin Public Library is hosting a Local Author Fair on Saturday, April 1, from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Over 30 local authors and illustrators will be sharing their experiences on an array of topics from self-publishing and illustrating to finding an agent, and writer's block. A formal Q&A session will be help at 12:00 p.m. All are welcome.
Discover New Berlin Community Fair - March 25 (Posted 3/06/17)
Mark your calendars now to attend the Discover New Berlin Community Fair taking place on Saturday, March 25 from 9am - 2pm at Eisenhower. There's something for everyone at this free event...business and organizations expo, KidsFest for children (0-8), STEM activities for students ages 5-15, an entertainment stage, food, and much more! Pro Football fan favorite, George Koonce, will be available from 12 - 2pm to sign autographs and take photos. Be a tourist for a day and learn about the many civic, nonprofit and business organizations that make New Berlin a great place to live, work and play.
Athletics and Activities Night - Save the Date: May 3 (Posted 3/6/17)
On Wednesday, May 3, Eisenhower will be holding an Athletics and Activities Night from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm. This evening is dedicated to sharing information about the wide variety of athletics as well as clubs and organizations that are available to students in our district. Mark your calendars now.
IMPORTANT: Advanced Placement (AP) Exam Information (Posted 3-3-17)
AP Exams will be administered May 1-12. Any students taking an AP course will be automatically signed up to take the AP Exam. We will be ordering exams toward the middle of March. The cost is $93 per exam taken and those fees will be assessed to your Infinite Campus Webstore account. Students who are enrolled or qualify for the Free & Reduced Lunch Program and/or if your family income indicates need, please contact Mrs. Mees, School Counselor and AP Coordinator, immediately to arrange a reduction in fees. All fees need to be paid in full prior to testing.
If for any reason you think that you are unable to take your AP Exam(s), please see Mrs. Mees in the Student Services Office by: 3:30pm March 10th, no exceptions. If you plan on taking an AP exam in a course not offered at our school please contact Mrs. Mees by March 10th. email@example.com
MANDATORY: AP Meeting for ALL AP Students
WHEN: APRIL 10TH 7:00 am (Grade 9)
APRIL 11TH 7:00 am (Grade 10)
APRIL 12TH 7:00 am (Grade 11)
APRIL 13TH 7:00 am (Grade 12)
WHY: YOU MUST COMPLETE YOUR REGISTRATION FORMS BEFORE TAKING YOUR FIRST AP EXAM
BRING: No.2 Pencil
ALL STUDENTS MUST ATTEND ONE OF THE PRE ADMINISTRATION SESSIONS.
IF THIS IS NOT POSSIBLE, YOU NEED TO SEE MRS. MEES IN THE STUDENT SERVICES OFFICE IMMEDIATELY.
Parents, please accept our invitation to attend these sessions along with your student or by yourself. You will be provided with lots of wonderful information and a great opportunity to meet face to face with an admissions representative. Students can pick up a pass to attend in the Student Services Department the day before or morning of the visit. Locations may vary, please report to Student Services at the time of the visit, you will be directed to the location. Should you have any questions, please contact your counselor. We hope to see you!!.
3/28/17 United States Marines @ Lunchroom Visit
4/03/17 UW-Milwaukee @ 8:30 A.M.
4/07/17 Paul Mitchell School @ Lunchroom Visit
4/11/17 Carroll University @ 9:30 A.M.
4/11/17 Marian University @ 11:30 A.M.
5/10/17 UW-Waukesha @ 8:30 A.M.
UW-Madison College of Engineering (Posted 3/14/17)
Amazing opportunities at the UW-Madison College of Engineering for students interested in math, science, and engineering!
Society of Women Engineers (SWE): A summer camp for future women engineers June 11th-16th, 2017. For more information click here: Engineering Tomorrow’s Careers
For current freshman, sophomores, and juniors,ProCSI (pronounced “proxy”_ Promoting the Computational Science Initiative) is a free, six day residential program from July 9 – 14, 2017. Students will have fun discovering how important computer science and engineering are to modern research. For more information, click here: ProCSI
For current sophomores and juniors, the College of Engineering will host the 6-week residential Engineering Summer Program (ESP) from June 17 – July 28, 2017. The purpose of ESP is to engage students who perform strongly in math and science, and would like to explore careers in engineering. For more information please click here: ESP
Exploring Careers in Clinical Pharmacy - April 8 (Posted 3/3/2017)
The Greater Milwaukee College of Clinical Pharmacy presents Exploring Careers in Clinical Pharmacy, a free event to be held from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, April 8. The event will be held at Wheaton Franciscan Wauwatosa Campus, 201 N. Mayfair Rd., Wauwatosa, WI 53226, in the fifth floor conference center.
All golfers should meet in the lower gym on Monday, March 27th with their clubs for practice at 3:30.
Calling all Eisenhower Cheer girls and boys!
The New Berlin Eisenhower Cheerleading Team will be holding tryouts soon for the 2017 - 2018 season. If you are loud and full of energy please come tryout. No experience necessary!
We will be having optional tumbling sessions (please contact us for more details), and stunt clinics every Monday. Tumbling will be from 6:00 - 7:00, then stunt will be from 7:00 - 9:00 in the lower gym.
Are you interested in becoming a part of a fun, competitive dance program? Eisenhower Varsity Dance Team is holding auditions April 6th, 7th and 8th with an optional pre-tryout clinic next Saturday April 1st. Check out their website for additional information at ikedanceteam.com.
Attention 7th Graders - New Berlin Generals Signup is April 1 & April 5 (Posted 2/24/2017)
The New Berlin Generals, a full-tackle football team that plays in the All-American Youth Football League, will hold signups from 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, April 1, and from 4:30-6 p.m., Wednesday, April 5, in the Eisenhower cafeteria.
Teams will be comprised of students currently in grades 2-7.
If you have questions about the team or the league, contact Generals program director Matt Kern at firstname.lastname@example.org or check the Generals website at www.ikegenerals.com. More information is available on this flyer.
The New Berlin Soccer Club and the English Premier League's Tottenham Hotspur organization have teamed up to bring an exciting opportunity for soccer players right here in New Berlin. This week-long camp for ages 8-15 will be held at New Berlin West High School June 19th – June 23rd from 9am-3pm. All skill levels welcome.
Prom Fundraiser (Posted 3/21/17)
Please support New Berlin Eisenhower Prom committee by eating at Culver's on National Ave on Monday, March 27! Any purchases made between 5-8 PM will go towards proceeds for prom! Make sure to mention that you are an Eisenhower supporter!
There are currently no announcements.
STEM Forward Scholarship
STEM Forward is awarding one, deserving high school senior, enrolled in a southeastern Wisconsin school with a $2,000 scholarship to pursue a college degree in STEM at a two- or four-year Wisconsin technical college or university.
CNA @ LindenGrove Communities in Mukwonago, New Berlin, Waukesha + Menomonee Falls Campuses (Posted 03/23/17)
Locations are in: Mukwonago, New Berlin, Waukesha, and Menomonee Falls Campuses
Hours: Full + Part Time
Age or Certification Requirement: 16, C.N.A. certification
Job description: LindenGrove Mukwonago is looking for students (16 or older)to assist residents with their personal needs and care (activities of daily living). These individuals will work with the nursing team to provide care and treatment. The amount of assistance varies from minimal physical support by the nursing assistant to complete performance of cares. C.N.A. Certification required.
Job description: Works in the kitchen, pantry and resident dining rooms to prepare food trays for delivery to residents. Cleans dining rooms, pantry and kitchen including washing dishes, work areas and storage areas.
Essential Job Functions:
Dishes and serves food to residents according to residents diet cards, posted menus and spreadsheets, and other instructions to insure that modified diets and resident preferences are met.
Cleans, washes and sanitizes all utensils, dishes, carts and equipment after each meal or as needed.
Follow local, state and federal regulations as outlined in LindenGrove policies and procedure for resident care, infection control, food handling and equipment use.
Maintains confidentiality of all resident care information and assures resident rights are protected at all times.
Dog Handler @ Central Bark Doggy Daycare, New Berlin (Posted 3/23/17)
Location: 2105 S. 107th Street, New Berlin 262-785-0444 http://www.centralbarkusa.com/new-berlin
Age Requirement: 16 or older
Compensation: Pay starts at $8 per hour but is negotiable for applicants who have experience with dog handling and dog training. There is opportunity for pay raise with our level system, review system, and educational dog courses.
Must have a current Tetanus vaccination.
Ability to read dog information (names, medications, feeding, and schedules).
We operate 365 days a year; employees are expected to work occasional weekends and holidays in ALL types of weather.
Basic measuring and counting abilities related to cleaning, medications, feedings, and counting change.
A basic understanding of windows based applications, and a point of sale system is helpful.
An ability to define problems, analyze emergencies, and think on your feet. Dogs can get into scuffles or misbehave at any time and it is the employees' job to keep everyone safe. Reading dog's behavior and catching on to key indications of possible conflict is a must to ensure safety and well being of the play group.
Ability to perform a variety of demanding physical activities, including lifting 50 pounds, standing for long periods of time, and enduring extreme outdoor temperatures (we always take the dogs to potty under all conditions).
Grasping, pinching, and pulling skills are needed to leash and collar dogs as well as control them. This is a physically demanding and fast pace job.
Dog handling & training experience preferred- Skills may be in the form of pet ownership, attending dog training classes, etc. However, willing to train the right person.
Ability to work occasional weekends and holidays is required**
Ability to work together in a team Willingness to complete Dog First Aid & CPR class.
Approximately 60% of your time will be standing on your feet and supervising play groups, and cleaning up waste indoors and outdoors, 20% will be crating, feeding and bringing dogs to and from owners, and remaining 20% is spent on general cleaning of the facility.
Levels of responsibility will increase according to the level of employee.
Is responsible for reading and knowing all Company Policies and Procedures. Is responsible for completing Dogs 101 and Dogs 201 training booklets.
Caring for and supervising play groups of dogs including, playing with dogs, brushing, petting, holding, crating, leashing, collaring, clothing (when jackets are needed), applying first aid, feeding, medicating, cleaning up after dogs, etc.
Works as a team member with others and management in providing dog day care program and sleepover services.
Helps ensure that customer satisfaction is consistently obtained.
Helps to support the efficient and effective operation of our facility.
Helps to maintain the highest company standards in the delivery of all services. Is directly responsible for duties assigned by management.
Cleaning duties such as cleaning up dog waste, sweeping, mopping, dusting, disinfecting, shoveling, cleaning crates, and bathing dogs. Is directly responsible for maintaining a clean and safe environment at all times for our dogs.
Is directly responsible for providing and documenting the appropriate information about individual dogs under his/her supervision on the shift change report.
Shifts for handling are: Mon-Fri: 7 AM-12 PM &1:45 PM- 6:30 PM, Sat-Sun & Holidays 7-10 AM & 4-7 PM. FLEXIBLE Great for anyone looking to get some experience in the animal field.
Location: 5660 S. Westridge Dr., New Berlin 262-781-7644 www.milwaukeebroach.com
Age Requirement: 17 or older.
Hours: flexible hours during school year
Compensation: $10/hour A tuition reimbursement program is available for any current employee who maintains a work shift of at least 20 hours/week, the course through an accredited program that offers growth in an area related to his/her current position, and the employee receives a pass ing grade of 'B' or it's equivalent. Yearly maximum reimbursement is $2,500.
This position is very diverse. Key competencies include multi-tasking, attention to detail, and strong organizational skills. This position is responsible for answering our centralized phone system and routing all calls as needed. Handling all employee work sheets verifying all jobs have been entered accurately. This position will also involve various aspect of accounts payable, from matching receivers to PO's to vendor invoices, coding and inputting in accounting software - as well as maintaining both open and closed a/p files. They will also be assisting our purchasing agent as needed and Order entry/Accounts Receivable as needed. Various other duties as assigned. This will be a part-time position, 20-25 hours per week.
One to two years experience in accounting related classes.
Excellent communication, customer service and interpersonal skills.
Ability to maintain a high-level of accuracy, organization and confidentiality.
Strong computer skills, which includes Word and Excel as well as the ability to efficiently operate a 10-key calculator.
This diversified position requires a positive person, excellent aptitude for figures, and the ability to conform to shifting priorities, demands & timelines.
Job Pre-requisites/Requirements: High School Diploma or GED, valid driver's license
Job Description: SEASONAL LABORER Waukesha Parks, Recreation & Forestry. Seasonal: May through August, weekdays and weekends, 1st and 2nd shifts. Must be 18 years of age or older and able to lift up to 50 pounds. Must be able to complete work assignments by working independently or without direct supervision.
Parks Maintenance: Performs all aspects of grounds maintenance including turf and plant material installation and maintenance, maintenance of athletic fields, set up and maintenance of playground equipment, flower maintenance and rubbish collection. All aspects of grounds maintenance and some familiarity with landscaping, operate power mowers, string trimmers, gas hedge shears, tractors, trucks and other green industry related equipment.
Construction: Use hand and power tools. Painting buildings and signs.
Assist in rubbish collection or other duties as assigned.
Buildings Maintenance: Performs buildings maintenance duties in the City"s buildings, parks or other properties to include but not limited to janitorial duties, painting, and general building maintenance. Use cleaning supplies to thoroughly clean restrooms and other park facility buildings. Cleaning and maintenance of restrooms, park shelters and other facilities. Opening and closing of park shelters. Operating vans, pickups.
Vehicle Maintenance: Assist the Mechanic in performing repairs to equipment/vehicles and performing scheduled preventative maintenance on equipment/vehicles. Knowledge of basic automotive maintenance and hand and power tools.
How to Apply: Applicants MUST complete a City of Waukesha seasonal application. Mail to City of Waukesha Parks, Recreation & Forestry, 1900 Aviation Dr., Waukesha, WI 53188 or fax (262) 524-3713 by 4:00 pm, April 30, 2017. Application form available at http://www.ci.waukesha.wi.us/web/guest/hrforms or in Human Resources Department. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Related to Career Clusters: Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources, Government & Public Administration, Architecture & Construction
Various Positions @ Bass Bay Brewhouse, Muskego (Posted 3/20/17)
Bass Bay Brewhouse is looking to fill these positions: Hosting, FOH Servers, Food Runners, Server Assistant
Location: S79 W15851 Aud Mar Dr., Muskego www.bassbaybrewhouse.com 414-377-9449
Compensation: TBD depending on position.
Age Requirement: 16 yrs or older (must be 18 to serve)
The characteristics of front of the house employees will include:
Applicable knowledge of food and drink menus.
A fundamental understanding and promotion of our culture.
Knowledge regarding restaurant and bar sanitation and safe food handling procedures.
Strong desire to work in a team environment.
Must enjoy and want to succeed in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to communicate clearly and professionally with customers and coworkers.
Basic math and written communication skills.
Ability to work a flexible schedule based on business demands.
Please visit us to fill out an application or respond to this post via email with a copy of your resume. GM@bassbaybrewhouse.com
Related to Career Clusters: Hospitality & Tourism/Agriculture
LindenGrove Open Interviews (Posted 3/17/17)
LindenGrove Communities has immediate opportunities (full-time, part-time, all shifts) for CNAs at our CBRFs and SNFs, including openings at our band new special care suites in Waukesha. Attend on of our upcoming OPEN INTERVIEW + HIRING EVENTS to learn more about what we have to offer and interview for an open position, and even get hired!
We have openings at our campuses in Menomonee Falls, Mukwonago, New Berlin, + Waukesha.
Interviews will be held at our Waukesha community, 425 N. University Dr., Waukesha, WI 53188 Thursday 3/23 and Friday 3/24 from Noon-3pm.
For more information: 262-797-4600 ext. 208
For student in the Career & Service Learning Program, this position qualifies for a: Youth Apprenticeship
Related to Career Clusters: Health Science
Lifeguards - Milwaukee County Parks/Aquatics (Posted 3/1/17)
Location: 15 Milwaukee County pools, beaches and aquatic centers www.countypark.com search "lifeguard training"
Timeline: Summer 2017
Compensation: Starting pay of $10.25/hr
Age/Job Requirement: Must be age 16 by June 2017; Lifeguards must be able to swim 100 meters in 1:45 seconds
Upcoming Lifeguard Free Training Sessions:
Noyes Pool T/Th 7-9PM: 3/21, 3/23, 3/28, 3/30
Pulaski Pool T/Th 7-9PM: 4/25, 4/27, 5/2, 5/4, 5/9, 5/11
Pulaski Pool M/W 7-9PM: 4/3, 4/5, 4/10, 4/12, 4/17, 4/19
Pulaski Pool Tues-Fri 11AM-2:00PM: 4/18, 4/19, 4/20, 4/21
Milwaukee County Lifeguards Corps. (MCLC) has a strong and rich history in the Greater Milwaukee area for more than 60 years. We offer our own specialized training for lifeguards, as well as instill qualities such as work ethic, responsibility, team work and respect. We also bring our formidable principals into our training for park workers at our facilities.
Related to Career Clusters: Hospitality & Tourism, Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources
Milwaukee Sportservice at Miller Park is hiring for the 2017 Baseball Season (Posted 2/22/17)
Miller Park 1 Brewers Way, Milwaukee www.baseballmke.com/letstalk
Timeline: March - October 2017
Age: Must be 16 years old
Free parking, 20% discount in Team Store.
Position: Concession Stand Attendant - take guest orders, serve food/drink, take payment, and food prep.
To apply: please contact Kelly Kaludis, HR Director email@example.com 414-902-4737
To apply in person please visit the Job Fair on Monday, Feb. 27th from 5-7PM - enter by TGIFridays Restaurant.
Related to Career Clusters: Hospitality and Tourism
Volunteer Opportunity @ Zoological Society of Milwaukee (Posted 2/17/17)
Location: Milwaukee County Zoo zoosociety.org/education
Timeline: June 15th - August 11th
As a high school assistant, you will:
Under the direction of a college intern and a Society educator, assist with a small group of children in the classroom and in the Zoo.
Act as a role model to younger children; set a good example and encourage kids to reach their full potential.
Assist teachers and college interns with art activities and educational games.
Help with camp and room setup, takedown, lunch-hour supervision, prepping materials for the next day’s camp, and room cleanup.
(This position does not allow for direct animal handling.)
MUST be 15-18 years of age.
MUST be able to commit to a two-week session (Monday-Friday).
MUST attend High School Assistant training session provided by the Zoological Society.
MUST display enthusiasm and a positive attitude.
MUST work well with others and follow directions.
MUST be willing to participate in children’s games, songs and other activities.
Physical movements required: Must be able to walk through the Zoo for up to two hours, kneel, squat, and carry material supply boxes.
Go to zsmke.com/EDAS and print the High School Assistant Application Form (you can also call for an application at the number listed below).
Read and complete the High School Assistant Application Form.
Applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org OR mailed to:
Conservation Education Department
10005 W. Bluemound Rd.
Milwaukee, WI 53226-4383
Application Deadline: April 3, 2017
Questions: call Chris email@example.com 414-258-5058 ext 428
Related to Career Clusters: Education & Training
The School District of New Berlin does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of age, gender, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability. Federal law prohibits discrimination in education and employment on the basis of age, race, color, national origin, gender, religion, or disability. For more information, please follow this link: http://www.nbexcellence.org/district/disclaimers.cfm.