Albert Einstein Academy SV Campus

August Newsletter 2022

Principal's Message

Dear Families, Friends and Community,


It's great to be back for our second season together! I hope that each of you were able to take a little time to soak up some sun and fun this summer.


Big strides were made last year with respect to building a strong school culture. This year we will continue to do the work needed to grow a healthy and active Einstein Parent Organization (EPO), establish new opportunities for parent and family engagement, design accurate strategies and response systems in complete support of the social and emotional well being of our students and give voice to the acceptance of others within a safe and civil learning environment for all members of the school community. In addition, every student will once again participate in the AEA Community Service Program. You can find additional information about the program on page nine (9) of the AEALAS of Ohio Student/Parent Handbook.


Team AEA is excited and ready to roll! We are looking forward to meeting the students on Wednesday, August 24. Please take a moment to preview our outstanding team of teachers and support staff as we head into the 2022-23 school year.


Mrs. Samantha Anderson: Art Specialist

Mr. Taylor Beck: Grade 5

Mrs. Jennifer Brockman: Secretary/Admin. Assistant

Mr. Adam Campbell: Math Tutor

Mr. Matthew Eibon: Grade 9/MS/HS Science & Dean of Students

Ms. Shelby Friedel: Counselor/PBIS Co-Facilitator

Mr. Dan Gilles: Security Guard

Ms. Maggie Gray: Grade 1

Ms. Margeaux Green: Grade 2

Ms. Beca Kimmet: Intervention Specialist

Mr. Jason Kish: Grade 8/MS/HS Math & PBIS Co-Facilitator

Ms. Elisabeth Lewis: Grade 4

Mrs. Sophie Martinez: Grade K/Co-Facilitator of the Einstein Parent Organization (EPO)

Ms. Brooke Miletich: Grade 1

Ms. Christine Myers: Grade 3

Ms. Viktoria Paulic: Grade K

Ms. Courtney Preston: Interventionist (K-4)

Ms. Nicole Rayocovich: Title l Reading Tutor

Mrs. Laura Roggy: Grade K

Mrs. Anne Sedlock: Grade 10/MS & HS Science

Mrs. Melissa Katsaris-Smith: Grade 6/MS & HS English Language Arts

Mr. Aaron Stevanus: Physical Education Specialist

Ms. Rodney Wayne: Grades 11 & 12/HS Social Studies

Mr. Andrew Wolens: Grade 7/MS Social Studies


In closing, we are all Albert Einstein Academy Rockets!

We are defined by being...

Respectful

Optimistic

Cooperative

Kind

Empathetic

Trustworthy

Successful


Let's Go...AEA Strong!

Bob Curtin

August/September Highlights

*New Family Information Night: Wednesday, August 10 (6:00-7:30pm) AEA Strongsville Campus


*Ice Cream Social: Sunday, Aug. 21 (2:00-4:00pm) Freeze Pops available @ 2:00pm. The Kona Ice Truck will be on Site @ 3:00pm.


*First Day of School: Wednesday, Aug. 24


*Labor Day: Monday, Sept, 5 (No School for Students)


*Teacher Professional Development Day: Friday, Sept. 23 (No School for Students)

Traffic Safety: AM Drop-Off & PM Pick-Up

Please know that the small visitor lot is not to be used for student drop-off/pick-up. The parking spaces will be coned off this year between 7:20-8:20am and 2:20-3:20pm. The larger side lot has plenty of available parking spaces that face the sidewalk that leads to the main entrance of the building.


There will be additional staff members outside this year to support this process. We experienced many close calls and several actual incidents last school year. We can't sit back and ignore this important component of a safe and healthy school campus.


Ultimately, the success of this process depends on you. Your cooperation and support is greatly appreciated!

Albert Einstein Academy Apparel

Dear Families, Friends and Community,

Please take some time to look at the link below with respect to ordering AEA Academy Spirit Wear. I'm sure that you will find the choices to be stylish and contemporary! Please make sure to select the Strongsville Campus for point of delivery.


Thank you for making this new school year a big success!


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AEA Core Values

Teach: Support, prepare, and nurture student and adult learning


Empower: Encourage, facilitate, and support students becoming stronger and more confident


Protect: Teach students to advocate for themselves and others


Family: Extend support for health, well-being, and learning


Overcome: Embrace social, emotional, and learning challenges


Love: Model compassion, kindness, and caring for self and others


Social Justice: Provide learning opportunities about human rights and equality