Due to continued inclement weather and dangerous driving conditions throughout the metroplex (yes, it’s Groundhog Day!), the Einstein School will continue to provide online support, as well as targeted lessons where appropriate, for all students on Thursday, February 2nd. The Einstein campus will remain closed. Additionally, all after-school athletics are cancelled on Thursday.
Our teachers will allow students to Zoom into their classes at normal times and receive help on late or missing assignments, assignments in progress, or support on their honors projects. Those classes where students have no such missing or late assignments will be provided targeted instruction consistent with class curriculum. All students should plan on connecting to their normally scheduled classes tomorrow, as attendance will be taken. However, it is not required for students to stay for the entire class period.
Click here for an updated link for teacher Zoom IDs
We have also attached the school’s Bell Schedule as students are required to Zoom into the classes during normal meeting times.
As always, if you have any questions, please direct them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please stay safe and we look forward to seeing everyone back on campus Friday morning. Please note that Friday is PJ and Doughnut Day. Remember to wear your warmest pajamas and enjoy a welcome back doughnut!
Please continue to monitor closings on NBC5, the NBC5 Weather page, the Einstein School website, and Facebook pages for information and updates. (Please note that on NBC, Einstein School is listed under the “T” section as “The Einstein School”.)