International Night at Einstein Elementary!

Thursday, February 23, 2023 | 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM


International Night is a free, fun-filled family event showcasing the taste and tour of the world! We will have families representing their country of origin by displaying arts, crafts and food along a culture parade and performances. Please join us in celebrating the international diversity of our school.


Country Representation Tables: All evening (Please Sign Up below)
Cultural Parade: 7:30-7:45 PM (No sign up required)
Cultural Performances: 7:45-8:15 PM (Sign up required)


Countries Being Represented At Tables 

As of 1/31/2023 we have the following countries signed up:






If you don't see your country listed above, please sign up now!

For more information please visit:


Einstein Spelling Bee 

The In-person round of the Einstein Spelling Bee is this Friday, February 10th in the Einstein Gym at 5:30 PM. 

Parents are invited to come cheer for the kids. 


5:00 PM - Spellers start check in at EIN Gym
5:15 PM - Rules review 

5:30 PM - Spelling Bee begins
7:00 PM (approx.) - Break 1 and checkout of students 
7:15 PM (approx.) - Spelling Bee resumes
7:40 PM (approx.) - Spelling Bee ends (depends on number of rounds needed).
7:45 PM (approx.) - Award ceremony

We need volunteers, if you are able to help, please sign up at: 

Math Challenge #9 Due - February 9


Math Challenge #9 was posted online Friday, February 3.  It must be completed and dropped off at the designated box in front of the school by end of day Thursday, February 9 to ensure your child enters the Einstein drawing.  

Click here for the Math Challenge website.

Congratulations to the Challenge #8 winners by random selection. They will receive a small prize from their teacher. Keep up the good work!

Challenge #8 Winners

* Kinder:   Aarav Patwardhan
* Grade 1: Maggy Anderson
* Grade 2: Nived Manoj


* Grade 3: Sai Aadhya Tallapudi
* Grade 4: Jude Altobelli
* Grade 5: Advika Arvind


Reflections Update

The winners at the LWPTSA Council level were just announced and we had two winners from our Einstein Elementary submissions! Yay! These winners will now advance to the Washington State level!

Akira Jamkhande's artwork won the highest award at the district level and will be advancing to State! Her artwork is on display in PTSA bulletin board case in front of the school for the next two weeks.


Shanvika Vennam (3rd Grade) - Folk Song Dance Performance Explaining the Importance of Girl

Akira Jamkhande (1st Grade) -  Being the voice...through my actions!

 Pantry Packs at Einstein Needs Your Help

We need your help to make the Pantry Program happen at Einstein. Each month two drivers would need to pick up empty boxes at the school's office, then drop them off at Hopelink in Redmond and bring back full boxes to Einstein. This usually happens on the second or third week of the month.

If you are able to help, please sign up at:

Sign Up to Volunteer at Pantry Packs Program

For questions, please contact: or Mr. Ren:

Share Your Pictures for Yearbook 2022 - 2023 


Cedartown Middle School / Homepage

Did you take a great photo on the Spirit Day? Library Night? Bingo Night? Art Class?... And think to yourself "that would be great in the Yearbook" Don't wait! Send any pictures that would be great for the Yearbook now or anytime throughout the year! Email them 

Deadline to send pictures is March 1, 2023.

Einstein Primary Choir Begins!!

From Ms. Lindgren:
I am so excited to announce that our Primary Choir will be starting on Tuesday, February 28th . Singing has been absent from our school life for more than two years and I could not be happier for its return. 
All students in kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade are welcome to join. 

Choir is a wonderful opportunity for students to get an extra-dose of music and to make new friends.   

Primary Choir meets EVERY Tuesday morning from 8:15 to 9:00 am in the music room, students are dismissed to their class line-up or breakfast directly from choir.  We practice every week until the first week of June.  We finish our season with a joint concert with our Intermediate Choir in early June.

Email Ms. Lindgren: with any questions.  

Einstein Science Expo- March 23

Albert Einstein is having its annual Science Expo on Thursday, March 23, 2023. All students in grades K-5 are invited to participate by assembling a project using the attached guidelines. Public viewing and hands on activities will be available at the Expo. We hope to have wide participation from all the grade levels. The purpose of the Expo is to promote interest, enthusiasm, and creativity in the field of science.

Ms Johnson has anticipated most questions that will come up.  Use the links below to help your student create a project they are excited about.  

Letter to Parents Questions and Answers Process for doing a K-5 Research Project
Scientific Process K-2 Scientific Process 3-5 Sample Display

email with any questions

The Safe Parenting Solution-FREE Summit!

Parents!  Join Certified Parent Coach Christy Keating, J.D. starting TOMORROW as she hosts The Safe Parenting Summit!  The Safe Parenting Summit is the only safety-based summit out there; with 30+ speakers, the whole goal is to help you keep your kids safer while breaking free of fear-based parenting.  The summit addresses brain-safe parenting, online safety, body safety, predator and trafficking prevention, helping kids take good risks, and so much more.  The speaker lineup is incredible.  The summit runs from February 6-10 (with a kick-off call TONIGHT!!) and is totally FREE to attend (though there is also an all-access pass that gives you access to the sessions for life). You can find out more and register here:


February is Black History Month

February is National  Black History Month.  The King County Library has an excellent list of 25 children's books with annotations to celebrate the subject and dive deeper with your family.  

LWSD published a list of several ways to celebrate to Black History Month in the Seattle area.  You can find the list HERE.

Mentors Needed for Local Students

Become a Lunch Buddy mentor and make a difference in the life of a local elementary school student. The LINKS Lunch Buddy Program is seeking volunteers to mentor young students in Kirkland, Redmond and Sammamish.

Give an hour of your time each week to enjoy fun games and crafts, and to talk with a student who could really benefit from some extra social-emotional support at school.

To learn about the process and how to apply, visit Please contact if you have any questions. Mentor training and support will be provided.

Kids Coming Together - Febuary Events

Kids Coming Together community service events are great opportunities for children grades 3 – 8 to meet new friends and connect with their community. Teens in grades 9 through 12 can also volunteer as event leaders. To learn more and to register for upcoming events, visit:
  • Feb 7: No Sew Blankets for Eastside Baby Corner
  • Feb 14: Valentines for YWCA
  • Feb 22: Make Dog toys for Seattle Humane

Kids Coming Together is a program of Lake Washington Schools Foundation.


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