At Albert Einstein Middle School we believe every student should have the opportunity to reach his/her full potential within a positive, challenging, relevant, and secure environment, where care and respect for each other, the school family, and the wider community are paramount. We believe every student should achieve the highest standards using information and communication resources to be college/career ready, and to thrive and contribute in our global economy. It is our vision to help students
become respectful, responsible, caring, trustworthy, and fair lifelong learners on their path to success. To achieve this, our students are provided a rigorous curriculum including gifted/talented education and electives such as visual arts, drama, computers, yearbook, leadership, Spanish, and band. Extra-curricular activities include basketball, soccer, softball, track and dance. Our parents are very supportive.
Savion Battle is a future audio engineer who leaves a legacy at Albert Einstein Middle School for his outstanding contributions and tremendous gifts in the area of audio/visual, electronics and computer support. At his age, he is already thinking about starting up a sound and lighting production business.
This is an exciting 7- week program that gives incoming 7th and 8th grade students the privilege of working together to improve their community through service learning projects aimed at addressing community issues and concerns.
SOS serves as a great opportunity for incoming 7th graders to get to know their new campus and to make new friends. Additionally, studies have shown that participation in the SOS Program can lead to higher academic, behavior and attendance outcomes in addition to a deeper school connection.
Dates: June 17 – August 1, 2013
Times: Monday – Thursday, 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Locations: California, Rosa Parks, John Still, Albert Einstein, Will C. Wood, Sam Brannan, Kit Carson, Fern Bacon, and Sutter Middle Schools.
Students from Albert Einstein Middle School were honored by the California Lottery at a ceremony on April 18.
The students’ work has been on display at the Lottery’s Richards Boulevard headquarters. Assemblyman Ken Cooley presented the middle schoolers with a certificate from the Assembly. Sacramento County Supervisor Don Natoli also came to congratulate them.
Albert Einstein Middle School hosted exchange students from China last week who attended classes along with partner students from the school. Einstein plans on hosting another group of Chinese visitors this May.
Albert Einstein Middle School’s Winter Concert and Fundraiser on December 13 is one of the school’s major fundraisers for the year. Teachers and staff have been working hard on collecting donations for the silent auction and raffle but more items are needed.
Items can be gift cards, books, jewelry, electronics, crafting or scrapbooking supplies, tickets to a game or passes to a museum. All donations are tax deductible and will help benefit the school.
A team of students who participated in Albert Einstein Middle School’s “Summer of Service” program spent six weeks designing and building a garden for the Rosemont-area school. The project was completed with the help of district crews.
Fifty six Albert Einstein Middle School intermediate and advanced band students performed on Saturday, May 5, at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill. The students received a “gold” rating for their performance. A special shout-out to the trumpet section, which received an Outstanding Section Award. Trumpet students include: Nick Johnson, Adam Boles, Andrew Treadway, Angelica Mejia, Tremaine Roots, Daniel Topete and Alyssa Jeska. Students then spent the rest of the day at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. Congratulations!
Ashley De Leon, an eighth grader at Albert Einstein Middle School, will perform a free concert of original songs at lunch on Friday. Ashley, who has been performing since she was 8, sings and plays the piano, ukulele and guitar. Along with other Einstein girls, she recently joined the school’s glee club, where students are learning to sing together, sight read music and breathe correctly while performing.
Albert Einstein Middle School has started “The Girls Circle,” a structured support group for girls. The program integrates relational theory, resiliency practices and skills training in a specific format designed to increase positive connection, personal and collective strengths and competence in girls. It aims to counteract social and interpersonal forces that impede girls’ growth and development by promoting an emotionally safe setting and structure within which girls can develop caring relationships and use authentic voices.
Congratulations to Albert Einstein Middle School student Andriy Storozhuk, who won second place in the Mousetrap Car Engineering Design Contest that was part of the recent MESA (Math, Engineering and Science Achievement) competition at California State University, Sacramento. His car will be on display in the school’s front office display case for the next two weeks.
Albert Einstein Middle School recognized 344 students who earned high enough grades during the second quarter to land on the Honor Roll at an Awards Ceremony on February 29 — including 49 students who earned perfect 4.0 grade point averages. The school also honored 46 students who received all “Outstanding” marks in citizenship during the second quarter and 70 students who had perfect attendance. Prolific readers, as measured through the Accelerated Reader program, were also honored – 151 total. Congratulations Einstein students!
Beginning March 1, 24 of our after-school educational and learning enrichment programs will begin serving an estimated 2,500 “supper” meals daily through the At-Risk After-School Supper Program pilot. The meal is in addition to the snack previously provided to students attending after-school programs that run as late as 6 p.m. Suppers will be served between 3:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. and the snack later.
Supper pilot sites are: John Still Elementary, Freeport, Rosa Parks, Edward Kemble, Cesar Chavez, Parkway, Pacific, Fern Bacon, Woodbine, Harkness, C.P. Huntington, Maple, Nicholas, Ethel I. Baker, PS-7, Fruit Ridge, Oak Ridge, Father Keith B. Kenny, C.B. Wire, Elder Creek, Albert Einstein, Washington, Jedediah Smith and Peter Burnett.
The suppers are funded by the USDA and administered by the California Department of Education, Nutrition Services Division. High-poverty schools (more than 50 percent of the students qualify for a free or reduced-price lunch) are eligible. Reimbursement for at-risk after-school snacks has been available since the 1990s. However, reimbursement for at-risk after-school suppers was formerly available only in a few states. The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 (P.L. 111-296) expanded the availability for at-risk after-school meals to all states.
AVID, Advancement Via Individual Determination, is an academic elective class designed to increase student performance in school. The AVID College Readiness System (ACRS) accelerates student learning using research-based methods of effective instruction.
Beginning with one high school and 32 students, AVID now impacts more than 700,000 students in more than 4,900 schools and 28 postsecondary institutions in 46 states, the District of Columbia and across 16 other countries/territories.
SCUSD is committed to supporting gifted and high-ability students.Instructional programs for Gifted and Talented students are based on the principles that all students have potential and should have equal opportunities to develop their individual capabilities, interests and needs. &nbs
Elementary, middle, and high school students are assigned to a designated neighborhood school based on where the student lives, as long as the school offers the services the student needs. Each neighborhood school has a defined geographic boundary and is intended to serve the students who live within that geographic boundary.
Go to our Attendance Area page for more information about school boundaries, attendance maps and our neighborhood school locator.