International Night at Einstein Elementary!

Thursday, February 23, 2023 | 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM


International Night is a free, fun-filled family event showcasing the taste and tour of the world! We will have families representing their country of origin by displaying arts, crafts and food along a culture parade and performances. Please join us in celebrating the international diversity of our school.


Country Representation Tables: All evening (Please Sign Up below)
Cultural Parade: 7:30-7:45 PM (No sign up required)
Cultural Performances: 7:45-8:15 PM (Sign up required)


Countries Being Represented At Tables 

As of 1/31/2023 we have the following countries signed up:






If you don't see your country listed above, please sign up now!

For more information please visit:

Share Your Pictures for Yearbook 2022-2023

Did you take a great photo on the Spirit Day? Library Night? Bingo Night?... And think to yourself "that would be great in the Yearbook" Don't wait! Send any pictures that would be great for the Yearbook now or anytime throughout the year! Email them

Help Needed with Pep Assemblies

Ms. Lindgren and Mrs. Johnson need your help!!

We are looking for 4-6 volunteers to help with setting up and taking down EACH pep assembly for this year. Volunteers will need to be able to do some "heavy lifting" (move the piano, help with opening/closing the wall between the cafeteria and the gym, and set up chairs and risers).

Volunteering gives you a "back-stage pass" to stay for these very special community-building events! Please note that you must be an approved LWSD volunteer.If you are interested in helping, please Sign Up HERE. If you have questions, please email:

LWPTSA Council Reflections Open House

Join us in person as we showcase and celebrate the inspirational and original works of art created by student artists from local PTAs who participated in this year’s National PTA Reflections art contest and see the winning Council-level selections moving on to Washington State PTA judging!

WHEN: Friday, Jan. 20 from 5 to 8 pmWHERE: LWSD Resource Center (16250 NE 74th Street at Redmond Town Center)

Art will remain on display for one week following the Open House at the LWSD Resource Center, for public viewing during business hours and whenever the Resource Center is open.

Balance in Mind - Parent Chat Webinar: Jan 18th
Why Kids Self - Harm & How You Can Help

Parent Chat Webinar Jan. 18: Why Kids Self-Harm & How You Can Help

Award-winning speaker, author and educator Michelle Mitchell has combined her 20 years’ experience with the latest research, interviews with nationally recognized experts, and stories from professionals and everyday families to give parents and professionals fresh insights into "how to" prevent, understand and respond to self-harm. Register at:

Balance In Mind is a program of Lake Washington Schools Foundation.

Mentors Needed for Local Students

Become a Lunch Buddy mentor and make a difference in the life of a local elementary school student. The LINKS Lunch Buddy Program is seeking volunteers to mentor young students in Kirkland, Redmond and Sammamish. Give an hour of your time each week to enjoy fun games and crafts, and to talk with a student who could really benefit from some extra social-emotional support at school.
To learn about the process and how to apply, visit Please contact if you have any questions. Mentor training and support will be provided.

Kids Coming Together - January Events 
Kids Coming Together community service events are great opportunities for children grades 3–8 to meet new friends and connect with their community. Teens in grades 9 through 12 can also volunteer as event leaders. To learn more and to register for upcoming events, visit
  • Jan. 16: Decorate Cards and Make Scarves
  • Jan. 29: International Cooking Event

Kids Coming Together is a program of Lake Washington Schools Foundation.

LWPTSA - Special Education Group (SEG) January Speaker

Join LWPTSA Council's Special Education Group (SEG) virtually via Zoom this Tuesday, Jan. 17. The meeting will kick off at 6:30 pm with family networking. At 7 pm, we will begin our formal program and hear about the updates to guardianship in Washington state as well as special needs trusts from local expert Christy Thompson Ibrahim of Jones & Ibrahim PLLC.

The Zoom link will be available in Monday's issue of Currents, as well as at:

Please send questions to Council's Special Education Group chairs, Huma Zarif and Kaity Mason, at



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