Students from Albert Einstein Middle School are invited to participate in Sacramento State’s Academic Talent Search (ATS) Program! ATS provides 4th through 9th graders (grade level as of January 1st, 2019) with over 100 fun, interactive, and unique summer courses in a collegiate environment. Courses cover traditional subjects as well as new and creative topics not always available in regular school.
Friday, March 1st, each student was given an End-of-Year letter to take home. Please review the letter with your child to ensure expectations are understood and followed. Students are expected to return a signed copy of the letter to their English Language Arts teacher by Friday, March 8th
Einstein Eagles are fundraising for Pennies for Patients beginning Monday, March 4th. Please bring in any change or donations to your 4th period class. Our goal is to raise $1500. All donations help the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society fight blood cancer. You can also donate online at PenniesForPatients.org/find-your-school
I have poured my heart and soul into education since my first year of teaching elementary school in 2007. Although born in Los Angeles, I was raised in a very small town outside of Yreka, California. There I learned how the connection between school and family can have a profound effect on a child’s education. I was fortunate to have supportive parents as well as teachers who not only served as coaches and mentors, they gave me confidence and made me believe that I was capable of achieving anything.
Congratulations to Albert Einstein Middle School’s very own, Brandon Parker for being named 2018 Sacramento County Teacher of the Year! Brandon teaches ELA 8 and Leadership. This is an incredible accomplishment and we cannot be more proud. Way to go Brandon!