Albert Einstein Elementary School
Our Points of Pride
K – 5 Students utilize a 120-minute Literacy Block for the instruction of reading and writing.
Classroom technology support tripled!! Teachers are integrating the use of tools into daily delivery and small group activities within “centers-based” and workshop instruction.
93% attendance at our fall/spring Parent-Teacher conferences and Open House.
Einstein teachers continue to participate in Operation Kid Equip to provide free school supplies to our students in need of such.
Our various student activities include the following: 911 Observance, Red Ribbon Week, Relay for Life, March of Dimes, Pennies for Patients, food and clothing drives twice, non bullying campaign, Earth Day, Fire Prevention week, Hats for Children with cancer, coat drive, Toys for Tots to name a few.
Our monthly parent workshops provide parents/guardians strategies to use at home that help support student academic success.
Staff members developed a Language Instruction Playbook, which support the assessment and instruction of reading skills more effectively.
Teachers from grades K – 2 participated in an intensive, year-long study of Readers Workshop through Oakland Schools.
Einstein received a PE NUT (physical education and nutrition) grant which affords students in grades 1 and 2 teacher, parents and students with information relative to physical exercise nutrition and obesity.
Our software programs include: Reading A to Z, Study Island, Brain Pop, Education City, PBS and Math Mania. Parents and students are able to access these programs, as well as other programs free of charge.
Life Skills training, sponsored by the Arab American and Chaldean Council has been ongoing since January for students in grades 5 – 6. Topics include: self-image, self improvement, decision making, smoking, dealing with stress communication skills, social skills and assertiveness.
All students have participated in “Cyber Safety” offered through the Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative.
Our tutoring efforts support over 275 students.
Over 335 students have been recognized on our honor roll, each marking period.
Our Positive Behavior Support program has rewarded over 375 students this year.
Our local police department has reviewed fire prevention, sexting, internet safety, fall/winter/summer safety rules, none bullying to all students throughout the school year.
Our non bullying assemblies involved all students, grades K – 6.
Students in grades 3 – 4 participated in the Oakland County “Count Your Steps” program.
Students in grades K -2 have received foreign language instruction in Chinese, Spanish, French and Japanese, throughout the school year
Another first for Einstein - an elementary marching band!! Over 45 students, grades 3 through 6 have participated.
Our student clubs/organizations are: chess club, safety patrol, student council, science club, math club, social studies club, basketball, karate, cheerleading, dance and Girls on the Run (track club).
We have hosted four (4) Scholastic Book Fairs, with monies earned providing staff members with leveled books for their classrooms.
452 students were recognized for their academic achievements this year: Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance, Principal’s List, Scholarship and involvement in our many student activities.
88 kindergarten students and 115 sixth grade students were promoted to their next grade levels.
42 students (grades 4 – 6) were inducted into our National Elementary Honor Society this past winter.