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Albert Einstein Elementary School

About Us - Points of Pride 

  • Dental visits twice a year
  • Student of the Month recognition – 30 students recognized each month
  • Black History month long celebration
  • Student participation in Dr. Martin Luther King Observance
  • Student organizations:  safety patrol, student council, national elementary honor             society, robotics, chess club
  • Leveled libraries in each classroom
  • Scholastic Book Fairs three times a year
  • Operation Kid Equip – free classroom supplies for teachers
  • School-wide participation in March Reading Month activities
  • On-going recycling program
  • Monthly community service projects - school wide
  • PBIS weekly recognition for students
  • Established a PBIS School Store to reward students on a weekly basis
  • Free vision and hearing screenings
  • Our girls scout troop is active for the second year in a row
  • Monthly teacher lead parent/Title 1 workshops
  • Physical education and nutrition grant from the National Kidney Foundation
  • Our Volunteer Grandparent Program supports students in grades K-2
  • 96% parent attendance at Open House, and Parent/Teacher Conferences
  • Life Skills training for grades 4-6, sponsored by the Arab-Chaldean American Council
  • Tutorial support for all grades, K-6, throughout the school day
  • Participation in Oak Park’s Fourth of July Parade
  • Successfully launched our first ever Pre-K program
  • Established a Culture and Climate committee to improve teacher communication
  • Developed a student-led School Cleanliness Crew
  • Ongoing student assessments to support their academic success
  • Participated in All Students Exercising Simultaneously (ACES), third year in a row
  • Honors Assemblies held after each marking period
  • Monthly student activities (field trips, dances, PBIS rewards, assemblies, etc)
  • Visits throughout the school year by the Oak Park Police Department to discuss safety
  • Einstein students raised funds to donate 100 coats, hats and gloves to students in need
  • Our Robotics team competed in three competitions this year
  • Our Student Council and National Elementary Honor Society raised over $5,000
  • Our two (2) canned food drives donated over 1,300 cans of food to Forgotten Harvest
  • Over 123 sixth graders were promoted to seventh grade
  • Eighty-three (83) Kindergarteners were promoted to first grade
  • Sixteen (16) pre-K students were promoted to kindergarten