While we are in a remote learning environment, Einstein will
offer the following virtual clubs and activities:
Students for International Awareness and Activism (aka Kids for Kids)
Are you interested in learning more about the world? Are you concerned for children in other countries living through war, climate disasters or economic instability? Do you want to expand your role in promoting social justice in the world? If your answer to any of these questions is “yes”, you should join our club! Students for International Awareness and Activism (aka Kids for Kids).
We will discuss the current conflict in Ethiopia, the ongoing war in Syria, and other issues that YOU will bring to our club’s awareness. Our goal is to understand the world and help kids like ourselves.
We will meet Mondays from 3:15 to 4:00. If interested, please fill out this Google form
Email email@example.com for more information.
Tiger Cooking Club
Join Tiger Chefs as we explore delicious cooking and baking recipes in the kitchen. Please fill out this Google Survey to receive details about the upcoming meeting!
Our next meeting will be Wednesday, May 19th at 2pm.
Tiger Coding and Video Game Club
Mrs Houck is starting a coding and video game club on Tuesday's from 3:15 -4:30. Come code with friends, learn to code from others and play each other's games and programs. Video game players can come and play during this time with new people and friends. Please go to THIS Google Form to sign up and get a zoom link. Keep an eye out here for Coding and Video Game club information.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions.
Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)
GSA clubs, or GSAs for short, are student-run organizations that unite LGBTQ+ and allied youth to build community and organize around issues impacting them in their schools and communities.
Check out our webpage for more info!
Please email Mr. Ferguson at email@example.com or Tess D’Alessandro at firstname.lastname@example.org
Among Us/Chess Club
This club will be run on Thursdays 3:00-3:30. I'll be running zoom break-out rooms for the different games.
If you would like to participate, please email Craig Morley at email@example.com saying something like: Hi Mr. Morley My name is......... and I'd love to join Among Us/Chess club. I'm hoping to play .........(either chess or among us).
Thank you! I'll get back to you with a zoom link.'
Come join Einstein's Anime Club where we will watch anime together, share our drawings of our favorite characters, discuss anime together. We welcome anyone who appreciates Anime or is interested in enjoying Anime with us! We will meet on Friday during lunch from 12:55 - 1:25pm.
Once you fill out this form I will send you an invite with the zoom link.
If you have any questions you can email Ms. Higgins at Lily.Higgins@k12.shorelineschools.org
Virtual Drama Club is up and running. If you are interested in acting, singing, performing or even love Drama but would like to help design/work behind the scenes then join us Mondays at 3:30. Click on this form and you will be included in all future club emails and receive information about upcoming meetings.
Contact Mrs. Wallis with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you ready to lead? Are you interested in creating a Yearbook we can all be proud of?
If you answered yes, then Yearbook Club might be for you! Yearbook Club members are an essential part of our school culture and lead us by bringing the community together. I hope you will consider joining the Yearbook staff. Please complete this quick form if you are interested. This club will meet on Tuesdays from 3:15-4:15 and will require some work outside of club meeting times.
Einstein's Black Student Union (BSU)
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 Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30 in Ms. McClellan’s zoom room!
If you are interested please fill out this short google form HERE.
Thanks, Ms. Amy McClellan
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 afterschool 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 both regional and state competitive events. The 3-day State competition ended up being held remotely and thirteen Einstein students won awards in events like Web Design, Leadership Strategies, Problem Solving, Video Game Design, Forensics and more.
Questions? Email Mary Thurber, club advisor at email@example.com.
Pizza and Books!
What are you reading? Do you love it? Hate it? Let's talk about books! For right now, you'll need to supply your own snacks, but when we are able to meet in person again, I'll supply to the pizza to fuel the conversation.
P&B will meet on Thursdays at 3:30, beginning on Oct. 15th. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the list and so I can send you the Zoom link. This club will be in rotation with my other clubs (which you should also check out) so will not meet every week.
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.
WS will meet on Thursdays at 3:30, beginning on Oct. 22nd. Please email me at email@example.com to get on the list and so I can send you the Zoom link. This club will be in rotation with my other clubs (which you should also check out) so will not meet every week.
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.
C&P will meet on Thursdays at 3:30, beginning on Oct. 29th. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the list and so I can send you the Zoom link. This club will be in rotation with my other clubs (which you should also check out) so will not meet every week.
More coming soon!