S-A-T WORD OF THE DAY:
Seal of Biliteracy Fun Fact:
Begun in California in 2011, the Seal of Biliteracy is now offered in 28 states and the District of Columbia. Maryland's Seal of Biliteracy Bill was signed into law in 2016.
Plans are underway for the Spring Dance Concert 2019! If you are interested in being a student choreographer, please stop by the dance studio room # 3001 to see Ms. Gooley or Ms. Kerr and pick up an application packet.
Applications are due Sunday January 27th via google form.
Any Student can apply to be a choreographer, you do not need to be enrolled in dance class. All types of dance and genres are welcome - we want to show the diversity of our Einstein dance community
Hey, Titans! Ready to get your learning permit?
AEHS is offering our second of three opportunities to take the written portion of the test after school on Thursday, February 7th at 3:00pm. You must be at least 15 years and 9 months old on the day of the test to be eligible. The test can be given in English or Spanish.
There is no cost to take the written portion of the test and you will know THAT DAY if you passed the test.
Pick up a Driver's Manual and permission slip from Ms. King in room 113 on Main Street.
There are only 70 spots available to take the test - don't delay in picking up your permission slip! Permission slips are due no later than February 4th, but the sooner, the better!
The French Honor Society will meet during the first half of lunch this Friday, January 11, 2019, in Room 28. We will discuss and plan for the upcoming French film event. All members must attend. The Friday French Conversation Club will not occur this week due to the meeting. Speak with or email Mrs. Harris if you have a conflict.
This Spring semester Lit as Film Class needs more students!!!
If you like to watch movies and talk about them or want to learn more about what camera shots or editing techniques filmmakers use:
Register with your counselor for Lit as Film in the next two weeks!
The Winter One Acts are this weekend! Come see a collection of short plays directed by Einstein STAGE seniors and featuring over 40 actors! Shows are this Friday and Saturday, January 11 and 12 at 7pm. Student tickets are $5.00 and will be available at the door and at www.showtix4u.com .
Gandhi Brigade Youth Media's new session of FREE after-school media programs begins on Monday, January 28th. This is a FREE opportunity for high school students to learn to use digital media as a tool for self-expression and community activism. Students work together to create short documentaries or public service announcements about issues important to them. Also, you get SSL hours for your participation! Classes will meet on Tuesdays after school at the Kensington Park library. For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or see Ms. Daniels in room 253 before school or room 222 during lunch.
Love burgers? Live for fries? Want to support class of 2022? Come to Five Guys in Kensington TODAY from 5-9pm. A percentage of the proceeds will go supporting the class of 2022! See you there!
There will be a meeting of THE CHRISTIAN CLUB, at lunch EVERY Friday in room 263. All those interested in the relevance of Christianity are welcome to attend.
See You There!
All our welcome to come speak French during the first half of lunch on Fridays in Room 28 for our French conversation club. All levels of speakers are welcome, from novice to native.
Mondays during lunch in Room 28, French Honor Society members are available to help students who are currently taking a French course and want additional support.
This is just a reminder…
Announcements for Titan TV need to be submitted in Word format to the Titan TV folder on the Staff server. Please include your sponsor name and the dates you would like your announcement made. Announcements need to be submitted by 1st Period the DAY BEFORE you would like them aired! Any questions please contact Mr. Greg Byrd in the Media Center.
Due to the holiday…please be sure to submit any announcements for Wednesday, January 2nd before 3rd Period TODAY!
Announcements for Titan TV need to be submitted in Word format to the Titan TV folder on the Staff server. Any questions please contact Mr. Greg Byrd in the Media Center.
SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES COMING UP:
Please stop by the career center to apply and GET MONEY!
COLLEGE & CAREER VISITS COMING UP:
U.S. Army - Lunch
Please stop by the career center prior to your visit to get a pass
We will be right back after this….
TODAY'S TITAN FORECAST
Singer, Rod Stewart - 74
Kriss Kross Rapper, Chris Smith - 40
Boxer, George Foreman - 70
"Flight of The Concords" Actor, Jemaine Clement - 45
Titan Basketball takes on Wheaton. Boys are at home and Girls are away. JV @ 5:30, Varsity @ 7:15pm
That's all for Today!
Have A Great Day Titans!
And now …
Here is ____ with the Spanish recap…