• After School Activities/Clubs

      If you would like to have your student participate in after school clubs, please register for Hang Time.  Hang Time is our afterschool program provided in partnership with Shoreline Parks.  While students have a choice to attend clubs run by our Einstein staff, we are all a part of the Hang Time program, and we work together to ensure that students have fun and engaging activities after school.  Students who attend clubs run by teachers should also have purchased an ASB card.  If purchasing an ASB card is a barrier to your sudent attending a club please contact Erica Gonzalez (Jones) to enquire about scholarships. Please complete the registration using this link to be ready for Hang Time starting on Tuesday, Oct 5, 2021. Students do not need to complete any paperwork or sign up for individual clubs once they have registered for Hang Time.   If you have questions about registration for Hang Time, please contact:

      Phone: (206) 801-2600   Email: shorelineparks@shorelinewa.gov 

      To go to the Shoreline Parks Webpage to sign in or create a new login go HERE

     

    Tuesday Clubs:

    Cube Club, Math 1 & 2 Support Club, Cosplay and Art Club, Yearbook, I'm Game, Knitting, Talk it Out Tuesdays, Volleyball, Sports 

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    Cube Club!

    Cube Club with Ms. LaMotte. A space to gather and test your cube skills!

     

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    Math 1 & 2 Support Club

    Come work on your math skills or get help from Mrs. Cornelius!

     

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    Cosplay & Art Club

    In Ms. Schulz's Room - Are you interested in the process of designing wearable costumes and art? Do you like hands-on creative projects, or want to grow in your artistic skills? Then this club is just for you! We welcome all creatives who want to learn and create. The goal of this club is to help create a group of students that can grow their technical skills in costume, cosplay, fursuit making or any other sewing related projects or to grow their artistic abilities with traditional or digital mediums of art. Feel free to come in with no supplies or bring your latest project to show off! Club members may even have materials you need for a project lying around, so feel free to come in and see if anyone can help! Welcoming those of ALL fandoms!

    Yeabook Club: 

    Interested in joining an awesome club where everyone is welcome and all levels of interest is great? Playing a sport? No problem! We can make that work, or maybe you will help take photos at games. In a club already? We would love to have clubs represent themselves in the yearbook. ALL grades levels wanted! Creative and want a way to express it? Plus you get to work with the super fun advisors: Ms. McMaster and Ms. Dalan!

    Acting Variety Club: 

    Acting Variety Club (Originally voice-acting club): Interested in voice-acting? Acting? Film production? Animation? Or script writing? Come and get creative with Acting Variety Club as they explore all sorts of different hobbies and interests.  In Ms. Haueter's room

     

    I'm Game Club

    Join us on the first Tuesday of each month to play a variety of fun & interesting board games!

     

    Talk it out Tuesday


    Friendship drama? Family struggles? Identity questions? Come to Talk-It-Out Tuesdays to spill the tea in a safe & supportive environment!

     

    Knitting Club

    Come join us to do a variety of knitting projects in the commons!

     

    Volleyball Club

    Come through every Tuesday for volleyball! We welcome all skill levels, so join in for some fun & casual games!

     

    Sports Club

    Join the YMCA for some active, outdoor fun! A variety of sports & group games are offered each day at Hang Time, so if you’re looking to get moving after school this is for you.

      

     Wednesday Clubs:

    Nintendo Club, Painting Club, Sports Club

     

    Nintendo Club

    Love Super Smash Bros? Mario Kart? Mario Party? Join us every Wednesday in the Commons to battle it out on the big screen!

     

    Art Club

    If you’re looking for something creative and relaxing to do after school, Art Club is your spot. All supplies are provided, so all you need to bring is yourself & your imagination!

     

    Sports Club

    Join the YMCA for some active, outdoor fun! A variety of sports & group games are offered each day at Hang Time, so if you’re looking to get moving after school this is for you.

     

    Thursday Clubs: 

     Hang Time, BSU *on pause*, GSA, Tiger Coding, Magic the Gathering, Pizza and Books, The WRITE Stuff, Cut & Paste, TSA (Technology Students Association), Chess Club, Sports Club

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    BSU (Black Student Union) *on pause*

    Einstein's Black Student Union (BSU) is a group of Einstein students that come together to celebrate the unique history and present-day reality of being Black/African American in America, joined by accomplices who support their goal!

    We will meet on Thursdays at 3:15 in room 1325 starting October 6th!

     

    GSA 

    GSA 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. GSA meets in Ms. Grutz Room (1216) at 3:15 on Thursdays. Led by Fergie and Ms. Antoncich

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    Tiger Coding

    Students can come and code in multiple of ways. We will also have access to devices to code like Makey Makey. IF you do not know how to code but want to learn. this is the club for you. If you know how to code and you want to help and have time to code this is the club for you. *Club will begin 10/14*

     

    Magic the Gathering


    In this club we will be playing Magic The Gathering, which is a collectors card game like pokemon. In this fantasy-themed game, players use pre-made or customized decks to play against opponents. No experience is needed. there will be a few beginner decks provided, but club members should bring their own when possible.                        Club time is thursdays at 3:15 in Room 2202- Mrs. Helling's Room 

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    (No) Pizza and Books!

    What are you reading? Do you love it? Hate it? Let's talk about books! For right now, no snacks, but we'll let our love of literature fuel the conversation instead.

    P&B will meet on Thursdays from 3:20 - 4:40, beginning on Oct. 7th in the LIBRARY. Please email me at anne.dame@shorelineschools.org to get on the list and so I can send you the booklist afterwards. This club will be in rotation with my other clubs (which you should also check out) so will not meet every week.

    (Oct. 7, Oct. 28, Dec. 2, Jan. 27, Feb. 17, Mar. 17, Apr. 7, May 5, May 26)

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    The WRITE Stuff

    Are you the next Jason Reynolds or Marie Lu? Do you love to write or just want to improve your writing skills? We will try out a wide variety of creative writing activities at every meeting. There will be opportunities to share - but only if you want to. I will be joined by published writers and authors Aarene Storms and Anne Doe-Overstreet for this program.

    WS will meet on Thursdays from 3:20-4:40, beginning on Oct. 14th in the LIBRARY. Please email me at anne.dame@shorelineschools.org to get on the list and so I can send you any pertinent information. This club will be in rotation with my other clubs (which you should also check out) so will not meet every week.

    (Oct. 14, Nov. 4, Dec. 9, Feb. 3, Mar. 3, Mar. 24, Apr. 14, May 12, June 2)

     
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    CUT & PASTE

    We'll choose an audio-book to listen to together and then everyone can work on their own craft - from drawing to knitting or jigsaws to basket weaving - you may need to bring your own supplies for some of those. We will occasionally have a guest artist from Albuquerque, New Mexico joining us via Zoom to introduce us to new crafts through her kits from Moonlight Makes. Special thanks to Friends of the Library/Richmond Beach for funding this program!

    C&P will meet on Thursdays from 3:20 - 4:40, beginning on Oct. 21st in the library. Please email me at anne.dame@shorelineschools.org to get on the list and so I can get an accurate count for craft kits. This club will be in rotation with my other clubs (which you should also check out) so will not meet every week. 

    (Oct. 21, Nov. 18, Dec. 16, Jan. 20, Feb. 10, Mar. 10, Mar. 31, Apr. 21, May 19, June 9)

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    Technology Students Association

     

    Do you like building things with your hands or on the computer?

    You may be interested in Technology Students Association (TSA), an after school club at Einstein, which is an extension of the Introduction to Engineering and Robotics Elective. TSA offers additional opportunities for students to explore their interests in STEM and develop leadership skills. The club is open to any Einstein student. The Technology Student Association is a national, non-profit organization of middle and high school student members who are engaged in STEM. Since TSA was chartered in 1978, over 5,000,000 members have participated through competitions, intra-curricular activities, leadership opportunities, and community service. In Washington, WTSA serves more than 150 middle and high schools, and more than 7,000 students. Last year, Einstein’s TSA chapter participated in the Washington State Conference. The 3-day State competition ended up being held remotely and twenty-one Einstein students won awards in events like Dragsters, Structures, Web Design, Video Game Design, Forensics and more.

     

    Please join us on Thursdays after school (until 4:30 PM) in room 1335.

     

    Questions? Email Mary Thurber, club advisor at mary.thurber@shorelineschools.org

     

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    Chess Club

    Whether you’re brand new to the game or have tons of experience, this is a great opportunity for you to practice your strategy, learn from each other, & have fun playing one of the world’s most popular games!

    Sports Club

    Join the YMCA for some active, outdoor fun! A variety of sports & group games are offered each day at Hang Time, so if you’re looking to get moving after school this is for you.

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    Questions about these Clubs?  Contact Austin:

    aedge@shorelinewa.gov

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