Welcome to Eisenhower Middle School Home of the Vikings!
We are a school of approximately 1000 ethnically diverse students in grades six through eight. Located on the west side of Lawton, we are the oldest middle school in Lawton. We are very proud of our tradition which is evident as you walk through our school.
We have several extra-curricular activities and clubs. FCA meets each Wednesday before school, and Chess Club meets each Monday after school. See those organizations' pages for more information.
Please click on the links at the top of the page to get information on specific clubs and activities.
Our school uses a wide variety of cutting edge teaching techniques as well as traditional teaching methods.
Our Mission Statement
Our Mission at Eisenhower Middle School is to teach the whole child to become a caring, successful, and informed citizen through a partnership involving students, staff, parents, and community.
We are dedicated to providing a safe, stimulating, and developmentally appropriate learning environment where each student may enhance academic skills, build self-reliance, and strengthen a sense of responsibility to self and others as foundations for future success.
Our school needs box tops for the Box Tops for Education program. Please turn these in to Mrs. Ferguson or our main office.
Our school is putting together a team for the Spirit of Survivor Event on October 7, 2012. This is one of Lawton's annual events to honor cancer survivors, cancer victims, and to support those still fighting the battle. If you and/or your child would like to participate please see Mrs. Ferguson.
TITLE VII PARENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED
Listed below are the meeting dates for the LPS Title VII Indian Education Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) for the 2013-14 school year. All meetings begin promptly at 5:00 p.m., on the designated dates in the Federal Programs Conference Room at the LPS Shoemaker Center.
PAC is a committee made up of parents of Native American children actively enrolled in Lawton Public Schools and any faculty member interested in participating. The meetings are held monthly to discuss the educational services/progress of our Native American students.
Tuesday, Sept. 10
Tuesday, Oct. 8
Tuesday, Nov. 12 (PAC meeting 5:45 p.m.; OPEN meeting 6:00 p.m. - Shoemaker Auditorium)
Tuesday, Jan. 14
Tuesday, Feb. 11
Tuesday, March 11
Tuesday, May 13 (PAC meeting 5:45 p.m.; OPEN meeting 6:00 p.m. - Shoemaker Auditorium)