Calling all young artists, photographers, and sculptors: Applications are now being accepted at www.shorelinearts.net/opportunities for the Shoreline Arts Festival Youth Art Exhibition! All Shoreline area students (K-12) are eligible to submit up to two of their favorite art pieces to be exhibited during the festival. Participants will also be juried for prizes and given the opportunity to have their artwork selected for the 2016-2017 Shoreline Public Schools calendar. Artwork drop off will take place in the Cromwell Room in the Shoreline Center on Wednesday, June 1 from 3-5 p.m.
The Shoreline Arts Festival provides two extraordinary days of music, dance, theater, visual arts, and food, plus the Shoreline Philippine Festival. This creative community event, sponsored by the Shoreline Lake Forest Park Arts Council, will be held on June 25-26 at the Shoreline Center (18560 1st Ave NE). Visit their website at www.shorelinearts.net for more information. For any questions, please contact Janessa Post at the Arts Council by emailing email@example.com or by calling (206) 417-4645.
Thanks to all who participated in Bike and Walk to School Day on May 20th!
The annual Einstein ASB fundraiser is currently underway! Alongside our Letter campaign, we are also hosting a 3k Color Run on Saturday, June 11th. Your $20 donation includes participation in the run, t-shirt, and of course- lots of color! The run registration form, waiver, and donation are due to the Einstein Office by June 1. You can also make an online payment at https://touchbase.shorelineschools.org/. Thank you for supporting ASB!
Click on the links below for additional information and registration forms.
ASB Fundraiser Letter
Color Run Registration
Color Run Waiver
Color Run Flyer
Einstein eighth grade science students researched Advancements in Biomedical Technology and Animal Studies and then wrote essays, created posters or videos. They submitted their projects to the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research Middle School Contest in March 2016.
One or more scientists judged the student entries. NWABR received hundreds of projects from schools throughout the region.
Seven Einstein students placed in their category and ten Einstein students received honorable mentions. Students that placed first, second, and third receive a cash prize and are invited to an awards ceremony at the Infectious Disease Research Institute on June 6th.
Einstein NWABR projects will be displayed this weekend at the Shoreline STEM Festival at Shoreline Community College.
Pictured from left to right: Samantha Ayers (first place video), Lena Bae (honorable mention poster), Molly Stamey (honorable mention poster), Abigail Larson (honorable mention video), Genevieve Trimbell (honorable mention essay).
Pictured from left to right: Karsten Lomax (honorable mention poster), Ed Smith (honorable mention video), Cynthia Ruelas (honorable mention poster), Caroline Gugger (first place poster), Jenny Nguyen (first place poster).
Pictured from left to right: Mary Haanen (honorable mention poster), Mia Foster (second place essay) Hannah Scheidegger (second place video), Erin Hocraffer (first place video), Kokoro Holcomb (3rd place video), Elma Lu (honorable mention poster) Shay Ryder (honorable mention video).
If you would like to know how the Einstein students have performed at the Track & Field meets this year, click here
Attention all track participants: there will be no track practice on Friday, May 6th! See you all on Monday, May 9th.
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