2023 Winter Session - PTSA Student Activities
 

Registration is now Closed.

Classes Start: January 23, 2023
Classes End: April 7, 2023

Registration Instructions
Registration takes place on the Einstein PTSA website only. Classes are filled on a first-come, first served basis, and payment must be received for registration to be confirmed. There will be a waitlist for each class once it is filled. 

Policies and Procedures
Please be sure to read through all of our Student Activities Policies and Procedures before registering your child.

Refund Policy
Refunds are based on when the cancellation is received. Cancellations requests received:
• On or before January  27, will receive a full refund
• After January 27, refunds will be issued at the discretion of the vendor at the vendor's rate
• There are no refunds for missed classes. Cancelled classes will only be made up if possible.


Chaperones

Our PTSA insurance policy states that in order to run our programs, at least one PTSA member, who is approved by the school district to volunteer, must be present in each class. Parents or guardians are asked to fulfill this requirement for a minimum of one class day per session per child. Please note that each parent may be required to chaperone more than one class, depending on enrollment. At the end of the registration process, "SignUp Genius" links will be provided to schedule chaperones for each class. Chaperones must:

- Be at least 18 years old.
- Be or become an Einstein PTSA member for the current school year.
- Be or become LWSD background-check approved, including providing verification of vaccination. (Links open in new window) 


FREE TUITION OPTIONS: 
 
A parent who is able to chaperone for all weeks of an activity (permanent chaperone) will receive FREE tuition for one child. (Some restrictions may apply.) You must contact studentactivities@einsteinptsa.org to apply. Parents who are able to share chaperone duties with one other permanent chaperone for all weeks of an activity, both of them will qualify for 50% DISCOUNTED tuition for one child (some restrictions may apply.) You must contact studentactivities@einsteinptsa.org to apply.

Please note: Preference will be given to permanent chaperones. Tuition reductions will be reimbursed at the end of the Student Activities session, upon successful completion of chaperone duties.

Class Schedule (TENTATIVE)

 

Time Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays Fridays
After School

Musical Theater Production of "Robin Hood" 

Grades 3-5

(Gym and Music Room)

4-5:30pm

*Note: 2 days per week*

Creative Drama: Wild Kratts Adventure

Grades K - 2

4:00-5:00pm

(EIN Gym)

 

Musical Theater Production of "Robin Hood" 

Grades 3-5

(Gym and Music Room)

2:30-4:30

*Note: 2 days per week*

 STEM with Legos

Grades K-2

(Library) 

4:00-5:30pm

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Chess

Grades K-5

(EIN Gym)

Yoga

Grades K-5

(Gym)

__________

Roblox Coding

Grades 3-5

(Library)

4:00-5:00pm

All students are welcome. If you need special accommodations, please email: advocacy@einsteinptsa.org.

Class Descriptions

Musical Theater Production: "The Legend of Robin Hood" 

 Please Join us on our musical stage and enter the legendary world of Sherwood Forest, where Robin Hood and his band of outlaws rob from the rich to help the poor! The greedy Prince John and his loyal Sheriff are determined to squeeze all the taxes they can out of the citizens, but Robin and his band have a more important use for the money… saving all of England!

**Note: participation in this production is a firm commitment. Please review the Drama Program Page to determine if participation in this production this is a good fit for your family.**

Instructor: Pat Haines-Ainsworth and Terry Alaric-Levitt

Location: Music Room and Gym; Grades: 3 - 5

Monday, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM 

AND

Wednesday, 2:30-4:30pm

Dates: January 23 - March 20

Fee:
$254


Creative Drama: Wild Kratts Adventure

Hop onto the Tortuga and join the Wild Kratts crew on adventures around the world with Youth Theatre Northwest!  We’ll meet animals in need, explore awesome animal habitats, and find some Creature Power disks. Students will learn the basics of acting, movement, and storytelling. There are characters to meet, problems to solve, and a whole world of possibilities. 

Instructor: Youth Theater Northwest

Location: Gym; Grades: K-2

Tuesday, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Dates: January 24 - April 4

**January 24 class time is 1:45-2:45 due to conference schedule**

Fee:
$246 

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CHESS

Learn beginner strategies or improve your game with this class! Students of all ages welcome, but the instructor requests that all are familiar with the piece movements before the class begins. 

Instructor: Tim Campbell

Location: Einstein Gym

Thursday 4-5pm

Dates: January 26 - April 6

** No class on February 16 or March 23 **

Fee: $184

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Adventures in STEM with LEGO® Materials

Let your imagination run wild with tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Build engineer-designed projects and use special pieces to create your own unique designs! Projects are rotated seasonally to ensure that both new and returning students can explore the endless creative possibilities of the LEGO® building system.

Instructor:  Play-Well TEKnologies

Location: Einstein Library; Grades K-2

Thursdays 4-5:30pm (NOTE: 90 min. class)

Dates: January 26 - April 6

** No class on February 16 or March 23 **

Fee: $204

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Yoga

Enjoy an afternoon stretch after a long week of school! Great for mindfulness and general fitness!

Instructor: Young Whiz

Location: Einstein Gym; Grades

Fridays 4:00-5:00pm

Dates: January 27 - April 7

** No class on February 17 **

Fee: $204

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Roblox Coding

Students build Roblox games, code, test and then publish their own Roblox games. Students will learn how to make a variety of games using Roblox studio and the Lua programming language

Instructor: Eastside Skill Samurai

Location: Einstein Library; Grades 3-5

Fridays 4:00-5:00pm

Dates: January 27 - April 7

** No class on February 17 and March 24**

Fee: $250


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