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  • EINSTEIN MIDDLE SCHOOL FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 2017                                          #115


    MARCH IS DETERMINATION MONTH: “Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.” Mahatma Gandhi

    Hey Bus riders: You have probably noticed the buses are now leaving soon after school, please make your way down to the buses as quickly as you can. Don’t get left behind!

    BATTLE OF THE BOOKS - ROUND TWO, DAY FOUR: In a landslide victory, “Steelheart” beat “The Wrath & the Dawn” with a vote of 39 to 8.  The winner of the random drawing was Michael Wymer. Congrats, Michael, come get your prize!

    There will be no vote today due to the UW field trip and Future Fest. Semi-final voting will start on Monday between “Harry Potter & the Cursed Child” and If I Was Your Girl."

    Who is your favorite teacher? Why? Do you see any great parent volunteers in the school? How about someone who advocates on behalf of students better than anyone else?

    If you know someone great, please nominate them for a PTA award. We will recognize the best of the best at the Spring Open House, and treat them to a Recognition Dinner. Pick up a form in the office, download one off the PTA website, or just email your pick and your reasons for choosing them to

    7th GRADE GIRLS STEM CAMP: GE Girls is a 1-week hands-on summer program designed to engage middle school girls in STEM topics. The camp meets July 24-28, 2017. Forms are due by April 14, 2017. There is a $50 registration fee due upon acceptance. Scholarships are available! For more info, pick up a flyer in the main office, or see your counselor.

    TRACK SIGN UPS: Interested Track? Stop by the main office and add your name to the list. Sports paperwork packets are available in the office and on the Einstein website. If you have already done a sport this year, you do not need to turn in paperwork. Just be sure you add your name to the sign up sheet. See you on March 28th!

    Attention 8th Graders interested in Summer Work!! The Ecology Youth Corps is looking for hard working teens who want to help clean the environment and earn money this summer! You must be 14 years old by the first day of employment.  Work sessions will be from June 26-July 20 and/or July 24-August 17th.  If you are hired you will work 32 hours/week (4 days beginning at 7:00am-3:00pm) and earn $11/hour.  Applications must include a completed EYC Reference Form to be accepted and considered for an interview.  Applications and reference forms must be received by April 11th.  Apply and download reference forms on-line at:

    If you need a paper copy, please see Ms. Flatters, 8th Grade Counselor.


    SCC/UW 8th Grade Field Trip

    No Activity Bus on Friday


    3/27 Wrestling @Alderwood 3:45 pm

    3/28 First Track Practice 3:00-4:30 pm

    3/29 Wrestling Tournament @Mountlake Terrace High School 3:45 pm

    3/30 Wrestling Sports Awards 3:10 pm

    LUNCH TODAY: Cheesy Vegetarian Chili Mac, or Turkey BLT Salad

    LUNCH MONDAY: Creamy Pesto Chicken Pasta, or Texas Caviar Salad

    BREAKFAST MONDAY: Flap Jacks w/ Pork Sausage Links, or Blueberry Bagel w/ Cream Cheese

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