Upcoming Events

Friday, March 8

Thursday, March 14

Pi/Pie Day! Potluck for teachers

Friday, March 15
Einstein Spring Picture Day
Last Day to Sign up for Math Challenge Tournament

Wednesday, March 20
Einstein Student Orchestra Concert, 7:00 PM RMS

Thursday, March 21
Einstein Science Expo

Tuesday, March 26
Agave Fundraising Event

Thank You for International & Multicultural Night

Thank you to everyone who came to International Culture Night!  It was a great turn out and absolutely amazing to see so many of the cultures in our Einstein community represented.  Einstein is a very special place.  

Please click here to see some of the pictures from night.
If you have pictures you want to add please email communications@einsteinptsa.org and we will add them.  You can also upload pictures to the yearbook.  

Gatherings like last night are not possible without all the volunteers who worked hard to make it possible. Thank you to Marcela and Lisa who organized everything ahead of time so the night went smoothly.  Thank you to all the families who set up booths, cooked amazing food, and shared their culture.  Thank you to all the students who bravely preformed for a very large crowd!  
If you want to help with future events please email volunteers@einsteinptsa.org.  

Pi Day!!! - Treat our Amazing Einstein Staff with Pies

Help us make Pi Day (Thursday, March 14) special for our Einstein Staff by bringing in a store bought or homemade pie!

Pies can be dropped off before school and will be delivered to the Staff Lounge for the teachers to enjoy and celebrate all day. (There is usually a sale on pies at the grocery stores right around pi day.  

If you choose to make a pie, please be sure to clearly mark all ingredients. If you bring your pie in a re-usable container, please be sure to clearly label your dish so it can be reunited with you after the event. 

Thank you so much for helping support Einstein staff!

 To sign up, please visit: 

Sign Up to Bring a Pie 

Einstein Fun Run is coming soon- May 10!

The annual  Einstein Fun Run will be on May 10th! The Einstein PTSA is excited to put together this extraordinary event that will benefit not only our students, but the entire community.  It is an event full of energy and fun that will promote physical activity and, raise funds to support our educational initiatives!

This is our biggest fund raiser of the year and to make this event a success, we need your help. We are looking for volunteers who are willing to take on various responsibilities before, during, and after the Fun Run. We have templates from past years, so you don't have to plan from scratch.

Here are a few ways you can contribute (full descriptions can be found here

Find Sponsors

Clothing Manager


Registration & Logistics

Promotion & Marketing

Hydration Coordinator

Finance Coordinator

First Aid Coordinator

If you feel excited about being a part of this unique event please let us know! Planning is already underway, and your participation will make all the difference. IF WE DON’T GET ENOUGH PEOPLE TO FILL THESE ROLES, WE CAN’T HAVE THE FUNRUN (Which will cut the PTSA budget in half and end several PTSA programs next year).

To join our team of volunteers, simply send an email to fundraising@einsteinptsa.org We look forward to counting on you on this exciting adventure to make our "Fun Run" unforgettable!

Please upload your school photos for Yearbook! 
¡Sube tus fotos escolares para el Anuario, por favor!

Do you have your Yearbook already?  
You can share your pictures from any device, anytime and anywhere; just click on the following link and create an account to access the Einstein’s Yearbook from our partners at Treering.com:

Create Account - Einstein Yearbook (treering.com)

Once you have an account, you can click on the following links to upload your pictures from all our different events: 

First Day of School: First Day - Photos

Ice cream:  Ice Cream Night - Photos

Walk to School Day: Walk to School - Photos

Trunk or treat:  Trunk Or Treat - Photos

Spelling Bee: Spelling Bee Photos

Any other photos!

And don't forget to order your yearbook before time runs out...

Don’t Forget to Order Your Yearbook! 
¡No olvides ordenar tu Anuario Hoy!

Please send photos!

Math Challenge #11 Available March 1- You Can Now Submit Online!!

Math Challenge 11 will be available online Friday March 1 at 3PM.  
Have fun!
If your child missed to submit the math challenge in the box, please use THIS LINK to upload their submission before deadline.
Winners are randomly selected from students who submitted the challenge on or before the deadline. 

Math Challenge #10 Winners
  • Kinder - Vivaan Bhat
  • First Grade - Akhila Chitella 
  • Second Grade - Olivia Potts
  • Third Grade - Sahil Vaidya
  • Fourth Grade - Sai Aadhya Tallapudi
  • Fifth Grade - Arnav Gadde

Click here for the Math Challenge website.            Email mathchallenge@einsteinptsa.org with questions

Spring Picture Day- March 15

Spring Picture Day is on March 15th. We will be taking class pictures and parents can order individual pictures if they want. Parents can purchase only class pictures.
Only families who purchase will be photographed individually.

Parents online orders must be placed before 9:00 AM on picture day.

Parents can use the flyers (will be sent home with students) or they can purchase online at mydorian.com

If you want to volunteer and see those cute kids smile for their pictures you can sign up here:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080845AAA82CA4FA7-48138285-picture

Einstein Science Expo- March 21

Albert Einstein is having its annual Science Expo on Thursday, March 21, 2024. The Expo is a family event for everyone. 
The purpose of the Expo is to promote interest, enthusiasm, and creativity in the field of science. Public viewing and hands on activities will be available at the Expo for enjoyment and learning for the whole family.
Students in grades K-5 are invited to display a project using the attached guidelines. Submitting student projects is voluntary.

 Attending the event does NOT require submission of a project. However, if your student would like to display their scientific learning, the attached documents include a Q & A, parent letter, and guidelines for those who want to participate by displaying at the Expo an experiment or research project.

Students can also access the guiding documents in hard copy form by asking their classroom teacher to make copies for them or picking up a packet from the front office or the library.

If you have any additional questions, please email them to Linda Johnson at lkjohnson@lwsd.org.
We will need many volunteers to make the Science Expo possible.  Please email volunteers@einsteinptsa.org if you are interested.  
Parent Letter Scientific Process for Research Project Carta a los Padres El Proceso del uso del Método Científico Questions and Answers K-5 Research Tips

Let's Show a Little Kindness

Einstein Student Council members have chosen to participate in a service project to support an event called The Hope Festival. Our student Council will be working with a group of Eastlake High School students who founded a non-profit to support the needs of The Hope Festival.

Donations can be dropped off in front of the school starting Monday February 26th until Thursday March 7.  

They are looking for the following types of donations:
Toothbrushes, Tooth Pastes, Dental Floss, Body Wash, Q-Tips, Baby Wipes, Body Lotion, Tweezers, Band-Aids, Nail Clippers, Feminine Products, Deodorant, Shampoo/Conditioner

Go Behind the Scenes in the School Cafeteria-PTA's Newest Podcast Episode

How can families partner with schools to ensure their children are enjoying nutritious meals? Our "Notes From the Backpack" podcast hosts talked with Briana Webster-Campbell, managing director of the Center for Best Practices at No Kid Hungry, to get an inside look into the school cafeteria. Webster-Campbell shares how schools determine what foods to serve, how families can get more involved, and why your child’s cinnamon roll may be healthier than you think!

Listen now: PTA.org/PodcastEp79

Community Service for Kids

Sort books that will be donated to children in rural India! Check out this and other upcoming service opportunities for kids designed to help them make new friends and connect with their community!  Students will learn the importance of giving back by spreading the love of literacy to those who need it most. High school students are welcome to register as leaders to help with this fun event.

Check out this and other upcoming service opportunities for kids designed to help them make new friends and connect with their community: kidscomingtogether.org/events

RMS Cultural Night- March 26

The Redmond Middle School will host their Cultural Night on March 26th from 6-8PM.  The event is open to the community!

This is a great opportunity to fifth graders who will attend RMS next year.  You can check out your school for next year and get to know your new community (Einstein will miss you!)

Learn more here: RMS Cultural Night Flyer

Lake Washington Schools Foundation- Be The Bridge Spring Benefit

We hope you’ll join us for this once-a-year opportunity to hear testimonials that reveal the difference we’re making—together—in our schools. LWSF's Be the Bridge Spring Benefit 

WHEN: Thursday, March 28, 2024  

11:30 AM-12:00 PM Check-in 

12:00 PM-1:00 PM Luncheon and Program 

WHERE: Seattle Marriott Redmond   

7401 164th Ave NE, Redmond, WA 98052 

You'll be inspired by incredible LINKS Lunch Buddy mentors who are making a positive impact in the lives of local kids every week, as well as special guests from Tesla STEM High School, who will discuss the effect of Teen Mental Health First Aid training on students. 

LWSD Superintendent Dr. Jon Holmen will dive into the state of our partnership and provide a glimpse into the future. Guiding the event is our esteemed emcee, Morgan Palmer, Chief Meteorologist at KIRO 7 News. 


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