Eisenhower Elementary School is a student-centered community that strives to provide a strong academic curriculum for its multicultural student population. We are proud to say that our students consistently perform at or near the top range in most subjects on the Oklahoma Curriculum Tests yearly.
In 1961 a new elementary school was opened in Lawton. It was named Eisenhower after the 34th president of the United States. The first principal was Miss Monta Collins and there were 500 students.
In 1967, there were 22 teachers and six portable classrooms. Presently, there are 19 certified staff and 13 support staff. The enrollment at Lil' Ike is 206 students K-6.
Currently, we have 19 classrooms, a computer lab, a library, a music room, a gymnasium, and a cafeteria/auditorium.
Mission Statement: The Eisenhower community is meeting the needs of the whole child: Educating for the future by preparing life long learners.
As our students leave and move to the next level of their education, we are confident that they are prepared for the challenges that they may encounter. Please take a moment to explore our site and learn about our wonderful school.