• Da la bienvenida a todas Familias multilingües y multiculturales

    Construyamos una comunidad de apoyo mutuo

    Cuándo: miércoles 2/1/23

     6:00pm - 8:00pm.

    Donde: Einstein Commons

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  • Attention Multilanguage/Multicultural Families

    Let’s build a community of support for each other

    When: Wednesday 2/1/23
    6:00pm – 8:00pm
    Where: Einstein Commons

    See Flyer for more information

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  • New Clubs Starting Soon!

    Yu-gi-oh [You-gee-oh] Club.

    The Club Starts This Thursday and Will Meet in Ms. Slinning's Room, 1319. All Skill Levels Are Welcome to Join Us!  You Don't Have to Know How to Play or Have Any Cards, We've Got You Covered! Come Learn How to Play, Get Strong Cards, and Defeat the Master! That's the Yu-gi-oh [You-gee-oh] Club Starting This Thursday in Room 1319.

    Knitty Gritty Fiber Arts Circle

    Do you like to crochet, knit or embroider? Want to learn or share a skill? Knitty Gritty Fiber Arts Circle is a place to come work on current projects or learn a new skill while providing a safe space to vent (or share) about anything on your mind with no judgement. Snacks provided. Club starts Tuesday January 10 in the staff lounge

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  • Register Below for Hang Time!  

    If the program is full, please add your name to the waiting list!


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  • How do I log in to family access?

    Follow these easy instructions!

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  • Class Fees

    Class Fee Amounts Posted HERE

    Please wait to pay class fees until schedules are finalized

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  • School Supplies List

    The 2022-23 school year supply list for grades 6-8, including electives, is now available here.

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  • Counselors and staff are off-line for the summer.  If you need support, look here for resources.  In summer school? Find contact info here.  Going to Shorewood?  Look here

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2022-2023 Newest Links & Resources

  • Optional insurance for student injuries and accidents is available for the 2022-23 school year.

    The safety of our students is of critical importance to all of us and we want to protect them from injury. Even so, accidents do happen (at school and elsewhere) and required medical care can be expensive.

    Several plans are offered and rates for the entire school year start at around $21 (Dental Accident Plan). You can limit coverage to school related injuries only (including sports) or opt for 24/7 protection.  As families’ needs differ, you may also choose between Low, Mid and High levels of benefits.

    COVID-19 – Although Covid-related restrictions are lifting, we will continue the adjustments made at the beginning of the pandemic for as long as the Covid State of Emergency continues. In brief, they include: 1) qualified extension of coverage to distance learning at home; 2) qualified coverage for COVID-19 testing costs; 3) the addition of Telemedicine as a covered service. Details can be found on the MST website    As matters concerning COVID continue to evolve, updates will be posted on the MST website.

    Carefully review the information provided. If your child already has health coverage, the student insurance plans offered can also be used to expand your choice of providers and help cover the high deductibles and 30% to 40% cost sharing obligations imposed by many health plans today.

    To enroll, please visit, instructions for enrollment are available on the website.  While your child is eligible to enroll at any time, one-time-pay rates for the accident medical plans and Dental Accident Plan are the same regardless of enrollment date.

    If you have any questions concerning the coverages available, COVID 19 adjustments or need help with enrollment, please call Myers-Stevens & Toohey at (800) 827-4695.  Bilingual representatives are available for parents who need assistance in Spanish.

    Flyer with plan information and enrollment form (English)

    Flyer with plan information and enrollment form (Spanish)

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  • OEO (Office of Education Ombuds) listens, shares information and referrals, and works informally with families, communities, and schools to address concerns so that every student can fully participate and thrive in our state’s public schools.

    Office of Education Ombuds is an independent state agency that helps to reduce educational opportunity gaps by supporting families, students, educators, and other stakeholders in communities across WA by sharing information about the K-12 public school system and resolving concerns collaboratively.  OEO services are free and confidential. Anyone can contact OEO with a question or concern about school.

    OEO listens, shares information and referrals, and works informally with families, communities, and schools to address concerns so that every student can fully participate and thrive in our state’s public schools. OEO provides support in multiple languages and has telephone interpretation available. To get help or learn more about what OEO does, please visit our website:; email, or call:  1-866-297-2597 (interpretation available).

    OEO has many publications available on the OEO webpage,, including new flyers in the following languages: AmharicArabicChinese SimplifiedDariFrenchHindiKhmerKoreanMarshallesePunjabiRussianSamoanSomaliSpanishTagalogTigrinyaUkrainian, and Vietnamese.

    You can sign up for OEO news bulletins to stay up-to-date with OEO information, webinars and resources here:

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  • 📌 2021-2022 Class Registration Information

    Are you a Shoreline resident  not currently enrolled in Shoreline public schools and want to attend Einstein? Please start the enrollment process here. Then visit our registration page for more information! 

    District COVID Data Dashboard

    Parent Square Login

    The WORKS: Clothing for all Shoreline Families

    Lunch Applications

    Join the PTSA!

    Crisis Numbers and Links


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  • Digital Flyers for School and PTA Events


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