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  • EINSTEIN MIDDLE SCHOOL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2018                                          #12

    SEPTEMBER IS PREPAREDMONTH: “Be prepared, work hard, and hope for a little luck. Recognize that the harder you work and the better prepared you are, the more luck you might have.”  Ed Bradley


    Quiz Bowl Club starts on Thursday! Quiz Bowl is a game or competition in which two teams compete head-to-head to answer questions from all general areas of knowledge including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, sports, popular culture, and more. Come join us and answer some trivia questions! Quiz Bowl starts this week in Ms. Higgins’ room, D-11. 

    October 16th: Healthy Youth Survey:On October 16th, 8th grade students are asked to participate in the Washington State Healthy Youth Survey. This voluntary survey will take place during Pride. It is very important that as many students as possible take the survey; results are used by schools, our community and state agencies to plan programs to support students and help reduce health risks.  All answers are anonymous. 


    STADIUM ALERT:Beginning on September 21, 2018 (Rotary Cup Football Game), students will no longer be allowed to bring backpacks or large bags (as big or larger than a backpack) into Shoreline Stadium for sporting events. Exceptions will be made for students with necessary medical items after inspection. So please leave your big stuff at home and enjoy the game!

    PICTURE ORDERS: Orders for picture packages may be placed online using this link:

    Orders can be placed up to 4 business days after picture day.Thursday is the deadline!

    YEARBOOK SALES: Have you reserved your yearbook for the end of the school year?  You have until September 21stto purchase a yearbook during this sales window.  Don’t miss out!  We will have another yearbook sale early next year, but if you reserve now, you will be all set!  Yearbooks can be reserved in the main office, or online.  Cost is $25 with an ASB card, and $30 without an ASB card.

    REFLECTIONS IS COMING UP! The Reflections Program is a PTSA cultural arts competition. The purpose of this program is to provide an opportunity for students to use their creative talents by expressing themselves through their own original works. A student may submit an entry in any of these six areas: Visual Arts, Photography, Literature, Music Composition, Dance Choreography and Film Production. Pick up an entry form in the main office. The Reflections Art Theme is “Heroes Around Me.”  The deadline for turning in your entries to the main office is October 26th.

    FREE STUDENT FAIR TICKETS: The Washington State Fair in Puyallup runs August 31-September 23. We have free student tickets available in the main office. Check out for more details!

    LUNCH TODAY: Turkey BLT Sandwich, or Taco Salad w/ Tortilla Chips

    BREAKFAST THURSDAY: Yogurt Parfait with Blueberries and Granola, or Southwest Egg & Cheese Breakfast Burrito

    LUNCH THURSDAY: Protein Pack Meal, or Crispy Chicken & Chow Mein Salad


    Partial Release Day, 1:20 pm dismissal

    Sports or Activity Club (SAC) Angela

    Soccer Club (Ms. Camp and Mr. Paulhamus)

    Cross Country Meet Einstein, North and Voyager @McCollum Park 3:45 pm


    9/20 Football Jamboree @Einstein

    9/20 Softball vs. Brier Terrace @Meridian Park Ballfields 3:45 pm

    9/27 Fall Open House 6:30 pm-8:30 pm

    10/19 Picture Retake Day


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