Einstein PRIDE

Showing our school spirit!
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Putting Bullying to Bed

Pajama Day at Einstein as part of our Anti-Bullying Spirit Week.PJ Day

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Everyone Counts at Einstein!

As part of the Spirit Week festivities, we are showing that everyone counts!

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Spirit Week – Nov. 17th-21st!

November 17th – 21st ASB will host a Spirit Week themed around knocking out bullying here at Einstein which a place where everyone belongs.

Monday, Nov. 17: Superhero Day – Come dressed as your favorite superhero and help Einstein fight name-calling!

Tuesday, Nov. 18: Everyone Counts Day – Here at Einstein everyone student counts so come to school with a shirt or jersey with a number on it.

Wednesday, Nov. 19: Pajama Day – Put name classing to bed by wearing pajamas to school.

Thursday, Nov. 20: We All Rock Day – We are all rock stars! Come to school dressed in your favorite concert shirt or dressed as your favorite musician.

Friday, Nov. 21: School Pride Day – To end Spirit Week come dressed in our school colors! Represent in blue and orange and come ready to cheer on your classmates in a Students vs. Teachers Volleyball game assembly.

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Students of the Quarter!

Congratulations to those who were nominated by their teachers for exemplifying our PRIDE motto of Preparation, Respect, Integrity, Determination, and Excellence!

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November Newsletter

Click on the image below to see the entire newsletter.

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The results are in!

This week, students in 7th and 8th grade Social Studies classes came to the library to vote on 3 initiatives plus select a Congressional representative for this district. The results below give the results from Einstein students specifically and then the results from students throughout Washington state who participated. It was great to hear the insightful questions that our students were asking about voting in general and these initiatives in particular. We hope you will all remember to vote on November 4th!

Initiative 1351 (Smaller Class Size)
Yes 48.28%
No 51.72%
Initiative 591 (Confiscation of Firearms)
Yes 39.31%
No 60.69%
Initiative 594 (Background Checks for firearm sales and transfers)
Yes 81.24%
No 18.76%
Congressional Representative – District 7
Jim McDermott (Democrat) 72.05%
Craig Keller (Republican) 27.95%

WA State
Initiative 1351
Yes 51.30%
No 48.70%
Initiative 591
Yes 45.22%
No 54.78%
Initiative 594
Yes 68.59%
No 31.41%
Congressional Representative – District 7
Jim McDermott (Democrat) 77.38%
Craig Keller (Republican) 22.62%

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