• Clubs at Einstein 

    “Activity Club” (Formerly Known As Hang Time) Is the Only Club That Requires Families to Register Their Students Using the Following Link: Activity Search | Online Services (Activecommunities.com)

    • Registration Will Be Monthly  and Families Can Register Their Students on the 21st of Each Month for the Following Month.

    • As an Example: Registration for November Starts October 21st. If a Student Is Registered for November, They Can Attend All Activity Club (Hang Time) Days in November. They Will Need to Register for November to Attend Activity Club (Hang Time) in December.

    • In Order to Register Your Student for “Activity Club,” You Will Need to Set up an Account with the City of Shoreline. 

    • Log into Your Account, Find “Einstein Ms - Hang Time - November Activity Club” and Click Enroll.

     

    Einstein Staff-run clubs

    Einstein run clubs will no longer require families to enroll their students using the same link used for Hang Time. If your student is interested in any of the clubs listed below (besides Hang Time Activity Club), they can simply show up on the days that the clubs run. Advisors will take attendance for each club session. Below is a list of the clubs currently running at Einstein along with a brief description of the club and advisor contact information.

     

  • CURRENT 2022-2023 CLUBS

     

    Tuesday Clubs:

    Hang Time, Magic the Gathering, Yearbook Club

    September 9, 2022 - City Council Special Meeting | Calendar | City of  Shoreline 

    Hang Time

    Come to the Commons after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and join the fun. Games (dodgeball, capture the flag, soccer), projects, art activities, snacks and more.

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    Chess Club

    Come play chess with friends! We meet in room 2319

    Magic the Gathering

    *Begins October 18*

    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 are students ready to teach you how to play! There are extra cards and beginner decks for use during club time, but club members can also bring their own decks to play with.

    Yearbook Club 2018-2019 | Discovery Middle School

    Yearbook Club!
    *First Club October 18th in the library*

    Interested in Yearbook Club?  Please fill out this google form.

    You will need to bring with you to the first meeting either:

    1) 50 pictures of 50 different people (let us know if you need a camera, pictures on your phone are fine!)

    2) 20 interview questions

    If either of those will be a problem come talk to Mrs. McMaster in the library before filling out the form.

    Email Mrs. McMaster with any questions! 

       

    Wednesday Clubs:

    Hang Time

    September 9, 2022 - City Council Special Meeting | Calendar | City of  Shoreline

    Hang Time

    Come to the Commons after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and join the fun. Games (dodgeball, capture the flag, soccer), projects, art activities, snacks and more.

    Thursday Clubs:

    Hang Time, Cut & Paste, Pizza & Books, TSA, LatinX Student Union, Coding Club

    September 9, 2022 - City Council Special Meeting | Calendar | City of  Shoreline

    Hang Time

    Come to the Commons after school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and join the fun. Games (dodgeball, capture the flag, soccer), projects, art activities, snacks and more.

     

    anne.dame@shorelineschools.org

    Cut & Paste

    Do crafts while listening to audiobooks. Ms. Dame will provide a variety of craft materials (yarn, construction paper, beads, etc). You are welcome to provide your own materials or work with what is here. We'll choose the book together. (Every Thursday except the P&B dates below)

    *No meeting 3/30!

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    Pizza & Books

    Join us to talk about whatever book(s) you are reading right now. We will be joined by Rick Orsillo from the Shoreline and Richmond Beach branches of KCLS. We will meet on the last Thursday that there is school of each month. (10/27, 11/17, 12/15, 1/26, 2/16, 3/23, 4/20, 5/25)

    Latinx Student Union - LEO at LMU

     

    LatinX Student Union

    Our mission is to provide a space for our Latine/a/o students to learn about Latine culture and history and celebrate our cultura. We aim to enhance their ethnic identity, and to promote our culture and traditions to the Einstein student body. Activities include weekly club meetings, Latinx celebrations, dances, service, social, academic and leadership opportunities. ¡Si Se Puede!

     

    FORMEmail Ms. Thurber

    FORMEmail Ms. Thurber

    Technology Students Association

    Coding Club / Welcome

    Coding Club

    Coding Club will start on Thursday Oct. 13th from 3:40 to 4:35. It will continue each Thursday through the year
    if there is enough interest. It will be in room 1305, Mrs. Houck's room. Come work on your coding projects and
    share what you know with others. If you have questions stop by 1305 to talk with Mrs.Houck.