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    GSA CLUB: stands for Gay, Straight Alliance. It is a place for all students to discuss issues and plan school activities related to diversity and awareness. The overall goal of the GSA is to create a more accepting and safe learning environment for all students, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or individual differences.

    CITY OF SHORELINE: Come to the SAC after school and join the fun. Games (dodge ball, capture the flag, soccer), projects, art activities, snacks, and more

    TIGER TUTORING: Spend quiet time in the Library doing your homework and getting help from staff and high school tutors.

    YEARBOOK CLUB: If you are interested in photography, art, print and computer graphic design, or just helping to insure we have a fantastic yearbook this year, join the Yearbook Club! Come and help us capture the moments and memories of the 2016-17 school year at Einstein! 

    ANIME/DRAWING CLUB: Do you like to draw? Do you like Anime? Do you like to hang out with friends? Then you should come to the Anime/Drawing Club. 

    PIZZA AND BOOKS CLUB: The Richmond Beach Friends of the Library has made it possible for all interested students to meet once a month to discuss books while eating pizza. No required reading, reports, or homework.

    THE WRITE STUFF: The Richmond Beach Friends of the Library has made it possible for all interested students to meet once a month to have fun with writing. There will be author visits, script writing & movie making, writing games and exercises and an opportunity to have your work critiqued if you so desire. Also, snacks!

    CHESS/GAMES CLUB: Chess players with all levels of experience are welcome to participate in Chess Club. Students will learn the rules and strategies of chess and play games with other members. There will also be board games available for students to play, such as Monopoly, etc.

    VIDEO GAME CLUB: In the past we have had Atari 2600, Gamecube, WiiU, and Xbox games available, but welcome any and all types of gamers. 

    MATH CLUB: If you are interested in math competitions (team and individual) or just like solving challenging math problems, we’d love to have you join us!

    TSA/STEM CLUB: Do you enjoy figuring out how things work, working with tools and making things? Join TSA (Technical Students Association). Our focus this year will be designing and building CO2 cars and racing them in competitions. Come find out what TSA is all about! 

    BAKING CLUB:  Interested in making delicious treats and savory breads? Do you want to learn how to decorate the perfect cupcake or cake? Come and have some afterschool fun with the Baking Club! Sure, we will get to eat some goodies, but let's think about how our baking could help others too!

     

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