ETV's mission is to present the learning, activities, interests and creativity of all members of the Eisenhower community.
Eisenhower Middle School Celebrated it's 50th year with
an ETV special on April 25, 2014!
Eighth-grade students produce the ETV Morning Show every school day. The show is broadcast to all Eisenhower classrooms. Shows present morning announcements and feature stories of interest to Eisenhower students and the Wyckoff community.
Over the course of a cycle each class produces three sets of shows; depending on the number of cycles a set may be 4 - 6 shows. After each set of shows students select new jobs. On show days students should make every effort to be in the ETV room by 7:45 to prepare for the morning broadcast.
In addition to producing the ETV broadcast students are required to complete 3 video projects. The first project is an ETV feature that is school related. This means that your project should be about clubs, sports, classroom events, special activities by students and teachers or events going on in our community. The second feature is more open but must be school appropriate. The third video project is an opening video. To see past projects and submit approved projects visit the ETV Projects page.