Student Programs

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: Math Challenge Website. Watch out Einstein Math Challenge website for more details!

Spelling Bee - Students challenge themselves in the Scrips Spelling Bee.

Registration Opens Monday, October 09 @ 10:00 AM
  Registration Closes Monday, October 16 @ 10:00 PM
Cancellation date is Friday, October 20, 2023 at 3:00PM
  • Preliminary Written Round (online): Friday, January 12th, 2024 (Online test link will be shared); Complete online test by January 13th, 10PM PST.
  • Final School Spelling Bee: Tuesday February 8th after school in the Einstein Library.  

To participate, visit the Spelling Bee Page.

For details, please contact

Einstein Math Club- The math club will attend competitions for kids in 4th and 5th grade.

Competitive math is a great way for students to develop problem-solving skills, learn to think outside the box, make friends and be a team player.

To register for the competitions, please visit the Math club website.

Einstein Math Club Page

For details please contact

Lunch Buddies - Volunteers come to the school and have lunch once a week with a child in need of an adult role model.

We are always in need of more volunteers for this program.  If you are interested please contact or apply at

Art Docent Program - Monthly art lessons presented by parent volunteers in the classroom.
Email for more information on how to get involved.  

Do you know about our unique art program and how it differs from the art lessons your child receives from their teacher? Deep Space Sparkle is the art instruction program in our classrooms that gives teachers a creative way to add to lessons being worked on in other areas of instruction.

               However, Einstein is a leading school in the LWSD Art Docent program and helped create the program as a whole! This program is coordinated by the district and funded by our PTSA.

Following state art education guidelines, this program follows a global art history theme and gives our children an opportunity to use materials not limited by Deep Space Sparkle.

As a docent volunteer you need NO artistic experience to help in your child’s class! You’ll be taught how to run the class- lessons and materials are provided!

Still sound scary? You can still help! Can you sharpen pencils, pass out paper or encourage students? THEN WE NEED YOU!

Visual arts can increase students’ ability to think creatively and critically, which can improve their performance across all other academic areas. Help us keep visual arts in Einstein!

Einstein School Clubs
  • Green Team - Want to help the environment? Join the Green Team! Please contact the school's main office for for information. Green Team Application
  • 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 Mrs. Potts at
  • Student Council - 4th and 5th graders make up this legislative student body.


Other Enrichment Opportunities
  • Band - Informational meetings occur in September. (Contact Cravitha Acheson at for more information)
  • Orchestra - Informational meetings occur in September. (Contact Irene Chen at for more information)
  • Girl Scouts - Most troops are formed in the Fall, Contact: Girl Scouts of Western Washington
  • Cub Scouts - Contact for information about Pack #591.  Cub scouts is open to girls and boys in Kindergarten through 5th grade.  Pack meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month at Redmond Elementary School at 6:30.  
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 Before & After-School Programs | YMCA site or click on the Y Before & After-School Enrichment Flyer.

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