Career Day 2013
Thank you to all of the volunteers who helped may our Career Day a success!
Nova Eisenhower Student selected as Florida's Fuel Up to Play 60 State Ambassador!
Ariella was selected as The Fuel Up to Play 60 State of Florida Student Ambassador. The State Ambassador was selected from Elementary, Middle, and Highschool students. Ariella has been actively engaged in Fuel UP to Play 60 Challenges and Plays at Nova Eisenhower. She is a great communicator and has promoted healthy behavior in our school and in her community. She has demonstrated passion, excitement, and leadership at Nova Eisenhower! Ariella won a trip to South Carolina to attend the Fuel Up to Play 60 State conference in the summer! Way to go Ariella! Eat Health. Get Active. Fuel Up to Play 60!
Science Fair 2013
View the documents below to help your child prepare for the 2013 Science Fair.
Fuel Up Recipe Contest Winners
Did you know that Chef Jeff writes a blog about his class each week? Check it out at: http://cookingmattersflorida.wordpress.com/2013/03/01/this-week-at-nova-eisenhower-2/
Super Bowl of Dip Winners
The first place winner was Adam Ramnanansingh in Ms. Shaw's class! His Zesty Citrus Butternut Squash Citrus Dip with Aruglula tastes delicious! Try his recipe for your Superbowl party! View Adam's recipe here.
Adam won a $10 gift card to Smoothie King in Davie, Fuel Up to Play 60 towel, t-shirt, and backpack that was filled with fun items!
The runner up winners were Walter Joseph and Alison Garland. Walter and Alison won Fuel up to Play 60 lunch boxes filled with fun items! Thank you to Mrs. Ortiz's class for submitting their recipe for edamame hummus! Their class won a prize for their recipe too!
Make sure you enter our next Fuel Up to Play 60 contest!
Protection of Pupil Rights
Download the PROTECTION OF PUPIL RIGHTS AMENDMENT (PPRA) NOTICE
Nova Eisenhower Awarded A $100,000 Grant!
We have been awarded a $100,000 grant from Target and The Ellen DeGeneres Show!! Thank you to all the parents to helped write this grant. Read the press release below.
Broward County Public Schools Broadview Elementary School in Pompano Beach and Nova Eisenhower Elementary School in Davie were announced today by Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT) as two of the 50 recipients selected to receive a $100,000 grant to purchase much-needed resources and improve their learning environments. The $5 million donation from Target to K-12 schools in 31 states across the country is part of the company’s commitment to education, which includes plans to give $1 billion for education by the end of 2015.
From November 25, 2011 through January 4, 2012, viewers of The Ellen DeGeneres Show were invited to submit the name of a school in need along with a compelling story explaining why they felt the designated school should receive a grant from Target. Based on the nominations received, Target selected 48 schools and two school districts to receive grants. All grant recipients were chosen based on a number of factors, including consideration of Title I eligibility.
Principals at both schools, Carol Lesser at Nova Eisenhower and Donald Lee at Broadview, indicate the grants will likely be used toward much needed technology upgrades for their classrooms.
We all have an important role to play when it comes to ensuring our children and future leaders are academically successful,” said Laysha Ward, president, community relations, Target. “Thanks to the thousands of viewers who nominated a school as a potential grant recipient, we are contributing a total of $5 million to schools and districts across the country in hopes of inspiring learning and putting more kids on the path to graduation, ready for college, a career and life.”
By providing schools in need with financial resources to help improve their learning environments, Target is doing its part to address the education crisis in America. This donation is just one way Target is making a difference and helping more U.S. children get or stay on the path to high school graduation.