Student Program Spotlight

Math Challenge – Interested in Math? Participate in this free PTSA sponsored math enrichment program offered to all Einstein students. This program gives students an excellent opportunity to do different type of math and develop problem-solving skills. The program consists of challenges every other week starting in late September and ending in May. A total of 15 challenges will be available this school year. It is completely free and no sign-up is necessary. For more information and to participate, check out the following links: Informational Flyer and Math Challenge Website.

Morning Choir - Join Einstein Elementary's music teacher, Ms. Lindgren, a few weekday mornings to sing. Intermediate Choir will begin the second week of school for students in grades 3, 4 and 5. The choir is a great way to get an extra dose of music and make new friends. 

The first practice will be Thursday, September 12 at 8:10 am. After that, the choir will practice on Thursday mornings at 8:15 am. Intermediate Choir will be performing several times this year -- at school assemblies, at Regional Choral Festival, and on a field trip to Emerald Heights!

If your child would like to participate, just fill out the enrollment form and return it to Ms. Lindgren by Wednesday, September 11. If you have any questions, email Ms. Lindgren at 

Art Docent - Become an Art Docent for your child's classroom! Join other parents in giving monthly art classes at school. Art Docents teach the students about a different artist each session and instruct a fun art project after the lesson. Art Docents are required to take a 2-hour training course in school to prepare them to teach the lessons. It's a fun and education experience that kids look eagerly forward to each month!

You don't need teaching or art experience to volunteer for this program! You'll be given training, lessons & materials! You can learn more about the Art Docent Program here.

PTSA-Sponsored Enrichment
  • Art Docent Program - Monthly art lessons presented by parent volunteers in the classroom.
  • Lunch Buddies - Volunteers have lunch once a week with a child in need of an adult role model.
  • Math Challenge – Math Challenge develops problem-solving skills! To participate, visit the Math Challenge Website. Contact if you have any questions. 
  • Spelling Bee - Students challenge themselves in the Scrips Spelling Bee. To participate, visit the Spelling Bee Page. For details, please contact
  • Online Math Programs - PTSA has sponsored many math programs that your child can practice at home.


Einstein School Clubs
  • Green Team - Want to help the environment? Join the Green Team! Please contact the school's main office for for information.
  • Battle of the Books - Join a team for reading fun. For 4th and 5th Graders. Contact Ms. Johnson at for more information.
  • Safety Patrol - Made up of dedicated 5th grade students working hard to keep all students safe! For more information please contact Ms. Hallam at
  • Student Council - 4th and 5th graders make up this legislative student body.


Other Enrichment Opportunities
Y Kids University (After School Care)

The Y Kids University program at Einstein Elementary offers flexibility to meet your child's interests and your family's needs. Select the days and times that work best for you. Then choose a variety of classes designed to stretch your child's imaginations and learn in new ways. To find out more, check out the Y Kids U site.

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