During this time boys? sports included wrestling, football, basketball, cross country, and tennis (there may have been a few more). Girls? sports were only offered thru intramurals. Poms, cheerleaders, yearbook, newspaper, AFS, foreign language, home economics, drama, stage crew, and GAA were some of the clubs that were offered to students. By 1971 DECA, VICA, FBLA and Ecology Clubs were formed. (See the yearbook for more information and pictures of the clubs)
January 28, 1970 Eisenhower held its first Sadie Hawkins dance. This was an exciting time for everyone. In the spring of 1970, the building was completed and a dedication of the building was held. There was a slight problem the Friday before the dedication. It seems like one of the students lit a fire in the boys? bathroom. Needless to say, Mr. Andrews, the principal was not very happy. However, the dedication went on as planned and Eisenhower was officially completed.
In the fall of 1970, another school year began welcoming the 11th and 12th graders from NBW that fed into Eisenhower. In the fall of 1971, the 8th graders from Glen Park who would attend NBW, went to West, the 7th graders from Glen Park then fed into Eisenhower.