•GOOD MORNING Titans!!
•TODAY IS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27th!!
•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:
Seal of Biliteracy Fun Fact: One purpose of the Seal of Biliteracy is to encourage students to attain high proficiency levels in one or more languages in addition to English.
Want to meet some big Broadway stars, hear them perform and talk about their careers? Would you like to get a selfie with a Tony Award winner? Your chance comes TOMORROW, when Einstein welcomes ArtSpeak to our auditorium! We'll welcome Jessie Mueller, the star of Waitress and Beautiful, and Liz Callaway, the voice of Anastasia and star of many Broadway shows - 7pm in the auditiorium and it's FREE and open to the public! This is is a unique opportunity to meet some amazingly talented performers, hear them sing and chat with them personally! See you there!
Einstein STAGE invites you to get involved in the spring musical - we're proud to announce a production of the world-famous musical OLIVER! next March. It's based on the Charles Dickens novel Oliver Twist and has one of the greatest scores ever written for the Broadway stage. Please come to an info meeting THURSDAY, November 29th after school in the choral room, 192. Potential actors, singers, dancers and technical staff are invited to come and hear about the show and the process of putting it together.
Attention 9th and 10th graders! If you are interested in Thomas Edison High School, the counseling department will be hosting a field trip to their open house on December 4th from 7:45am to 10:45am. There is no cost for the field trip, and we have a maximum capacity of 25 students. If you want to learn more about one of Edison's eighteen highly acclaimed career and technology education programs, stop by the counseling office and ask your counselor for a permission form. It is first come first serve, so get your permission slips in before December 3rd!
There will be a quick meeting at the beginning of lunch on Tuesday in Western's room - 153. We will discuss outside lacrosse on Wednesday and the winter lacrosse league. Again, all lax players please report to Westerns room at the beginning of lunch on Tuesday.
The Project Happiness club is meeting TOMORROW at lunch in room 138. Our new books and video from the International organization have arrived! Please join us to plan a happiness project at Einstein!
Hey Seniors! Are you excited to graduate this June?!?!? Well guess what - before you graduate, you need to pay your senior dues! Senior dues are $50, and can be paid to Varner in room 216 with cash or a check, or you can pay online using the "Make School Payments Online" link on the AEHS website - but online payments have a processing fee attached. Make sure you get your senior dues in before the winter break deadline! See Mr. Varner if you have any question in room 216, at Einstein High School, "The Place to Be…..graduating from, after paying your $50 senior dues."
WHO'S WORDS OF WISDOM MEAN THE MOST TO EINSTEIN'S SENIORS? WAS IT SOMETHING WINNIE THE POOH SAID THAT HAS DICTATED HOW YOU LIVE YOUR LIFE? MAYBE IT WAS YOUR MOM'S CARING ENCOURAGEMENT? OR THE MARVELOUS STAN LEE? OR SOME GREAT POLITICAL LEADER? WHO ARE WE KIDDING - IT'S PROBABLY SPONGEBOB. WELL, WHOEVER IT WAS THAT INSPIRED YOU, SENIORS, YOU NEED TO TURN IN YOUR SENIOR QUOTE NO LATER THAN MONDAY, DECEMBER 3RD TO MR. KAVLOCK IN ROOM 149. HE HAS NEW SLIPS TO WRITE YOUR QUOTE ON IF YOU NEED ONE. OR YOU CAN EMAIL IT TO
. AND SEND IN YOUR MOST ADORABLE BABY PICTURE TOO!
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.
Seal of Biliteracy Fun Fact: One purpose of the Seal of Biliteracy is to recognize the value of language learning in public schools.
There will be a meeting of THE CHRISTIAN CLUB, at lunch EVERY
in room 263. All those interested in the relevance of Christianity are welcome to attend.
See You There!
Do you like writing and delivering speeches or poems? Are you interested in being in shows at Einstein; but want to practice your acting skills? Then Forensics is the club for you! We are a competitive speaking and acting club that competes against school across the county. Come to Ms. Shipley's room at lunch on Wednesdays to find out more!
Are you interested in supporting the LGBTQ community at Einstein? Stop by Ms. Shipley's room 168 at lunch on Thursdays to find out more info!
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 Monday, November 26thth 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:
•The Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarship is open to all seniors with a 3.0 GPA and awards $2.5K till December 7th.
Please stop by the career center to apply and GET MONEY!
COLLEGE & CAREER VISITS COMING UP:
US Coast Guard - 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
TV Host, Bill Nye The Science Guy - 63
Family Matters Star, Jaleel White - 42
Actress, Robin Givens - 54
Big Brother Star, Caleb Ryenolds - 31
Actors James Avery, Bruce Lee and Guitar legend Jimmie Hendrix were born on this day in 1945, 1942 & 1940 respectively.