•Good Morning Titans,
•TODAY IS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9th….
•And we are hanging with the AEHS Jazz band..
•Please stand for the Pledge…. (PAUSE)
•"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."
S-A-T WORD OF THE DAY:
to hold the attention of (someone) by being very exciting, interesting, or beautiful
I was enthralled by/with the beauty of the landscape.
The "14 Days of Love in February" sponsored by the Happiness Club continues today!
When was the last time you treated yourself to something nice or slowed down just to relax a little bit? Happiness club challenges you to make a cup of tea or cocoa and take it slow for a while. Or, read a good book or binge watch a favorite show! Putting yourself first sometimes is really rejuvenating!
Tune in to morning announcements again Monday to find out your next challenge! Or, stop by Ms. Mauer's room and check out the Happiness bulletin board and the daily challenges posted!
Valentine's Day is next week. Order RoseGrams for your sweetheart, your best friend, your secret crush, your favorite teacher or just to do something nice. Key Club members are taking orders for rose delivery during lunch and after school on Main Street. The Roses are $2.00 each and delivery is free. Roses will be delivered to your Valentine's first period class on February 14th, Valentine's Day. Do not miss out! Monday is the last day to order!
See Ms. Ford if you have any questions!
The Environmental Club will be holding an interest meeting in room 217 TODAY! Come be a part of the Million Orchid Project, work with Smithsonian researchers and earn SSL hours while making a difference in the Einstein community. Yes, you can make a difference and be a part of a positive change in your local environment and the Earth. We hope to see you TOMORROW in room 217 at 11:35- the 2nd ½ of lunch.
The French Honor Society will have a meeting TODAY during the first half of lunch in Room 28. All members must attend. The following Tuesday, February 13, will also be a mandatory meeting during lunch.
Hey, Titans! It's time to start planning your summer!
Montgomery College is offering "Kids College" with a variety of classes for you to take to help your academic or to further your passions.
Classes offered are:
"Career Development for High School Students" - a course to learn about which career might be best for you
"Cartoon Drawing, Comic Book Arts, and Graphic Story Telling (MANGA)"
And "Creative Writing Workshop"
Lit Mag is hosting an open mic coffeehouse TODAY at lunch in the Little Theatre. Sign up to perform outside the English Office or just come enjoy the show!
Hey, Titans! Ready to get your learner's permit?
AEHS is offering our second opportunity to take the written portion of the test after school on Thursday, February 22nd at 3:00pm in room 154. 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 60 spots available to take the test - don't delay in picking up your permission slip! Permission slips are due no later than February 20th, but the sooner, the better!
Come join the AEHS Jazz Ensemble & Jazz Lab Band for our Annual Swing Dance Concert & Fundraiser on Saturday, February 10th @ 6:30 PM! This event will feature both of the AEHS jazz bands, the Olney Big Band, and swing dance lessons. Price of admission includes a catered mardi gras-themed dinner, appetizers, drinks, and desserts!
Student tickets are $10 and can be purchased from Mr. Kelly in Room 1007 every day at lunch and before & after school. Adult pre-sale tickets are $15 and $20 at the door. All proceeds go directly towards supporting all of the instrumental music ensembles at Albert Einstein --help support the arts at our Annual Swing Dance Concert & Fundraiser!
Titans: A reminder to enter Einstein's 6th annual Writing Contest! $100 goes to all 1st place winners and you can submit in all three categories: short story, poetry and personal essay. The deadline is TODAY. See your English teacher for details.
Einstein High School will be hosting the 10th Annual Historically Black College & University Fair TONIGHT from 6-8:00 pm. Over 45 colleges will attending. Students and parents will have the opportunity to meet college representatives and have you questions answered. Over 25 of the colleges attending the fair will be conducting on-site interviews for SENIORS between 4:00 - 7:00 pm. You MUST see Mrs. Lehman, in the Career Center to sign up for an interview.
Attention Class of 2021! We will be meeting every Wednesday during lunch in room 260. We will be discussing Freshmen spirit, fundraisers and general Freshmen related business. Please see Mr. Colwander for more details.
All Girls Who Code Members and those still interested in joining us, please meet Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Norris every Wednesday, after school from 2:45 - 4:15pm, and every Thursday for lunch and more in LAB 134!
All techies and gamers interested in coding competitions, game design, animations, original app designs, cybersecurity, and much more. Please meet Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Norris in LAB 134, every Thursday at lunch to explore and tap into other areas of tech, gaming, and programming.
Hope to see you in the place to be!
Students this week we will continue our YMCA after school program. Board games, card games, and Xbox one games will be readily accessible. SNACKS WILL BE PROVIDED.! Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
French tutoring is offered Tuesdays and Thursdays in Room 28 during lunch. French Honor Society members will be present to assist students.
The Spiritual Club wants to help you work on your soul and spirit and welcomes all belief systems, so please attend the meeting on Wednesday in room 150, from 2:40- 3:30pm.
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!
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets every Monday at the beginning of lunch in room 2041. All are welcome. See Gavin Kim for more details.
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 scheduling…please be sure to submit any announcements for next Tuesday, Feb 6th before LUNCH 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.
COLLEGE & CAREER VISITS COMING UP:
Please stop by the career center two days prior to your visit to get a pass
SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES COMING UP:
Alpha Kappa Alpha Scholarship is open to seniors til Feb 16th and worth up to $4500
Junior Achievement Essay Scholarship is open to all grades till Feb. 23rd & worth $20, 000
Tilghman Memorial scholarship is open to senior til Feb 25th and worth $2500.
Please stop by the career center to apply and get all the details!
We will be right back after this….
TODAY'S TITAN FORECAST
Actor, Michael B. Jordan - 31
"Fist Fight" Star, Charlie Day - 42
Actor, Joe Pesci - 75
" Game of Thrones" Actress, Rose Leslie - 31
Country Singer, Travis Tritt - 55
President, William Henry Harrison was born on this day in 1773
Titan Varsity Basketball travels to Damascus. Ladies at 5:30pm and Boys at 7:15pm.
And now …
Here is ____ with the Spanish recap…
That's all for Today!
Have A GREAT DAY Titans!