Hello AEA Families,
**UPDATE WITH PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCE LINK**
Please read carefully for new event information, new clubs, and important reminders!
Please review our cellphone policy with your child. Cellphones need to be off and turned into their homeroom teacher each morning. Airpods or other wireless headphones are also not allowed to be used during the day.
If students need to call home or leave for any reason, they are to do so using the phone in the offices. Students have been informed they are welcome to do so at any time and for any reason. This support and communication is going to be most effective to ensure your child is safe at all times and we are aware of their absence for the reminder of the day.
Students are allowed to bring in backpacks, purses, bags, and hats to school. However, all of these items need to placed in their locker each morning. Please review the Parent/Student Handbook for further information on our policies and expectations..
Thank you for your continued support! Please feel free to email me with any question you may have.
Ms. Amanda Anderson
March Rockets of the Month
Kindergarten: Olivia M.
Olivia works hard at school to be the best she can be. Any student in our class could tell you that she is kind, trustworthy and empathetic.
6th Grade: Luca M.
Luca has a positive attitude and has become an excellent addition to AEA and the 6th grade class. He is always willing to help out and takes on new tasks with a smile. He is a wonderful friend to all.
Dates to Remember
Please click the button below to sign-up for parent teacher conferences. Be sure to check carefully that you're signing up for your child's teacher (s) and your preferred time! Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
Sarris Candy Fundraiser
Online: We are still accepting ONLINE ORDERS ONLY until APRIL 2nd!!
Special Olympics Fundraiser
We have an amazing opportunity to raise significant funds for Special Olympics Ohio while supporting a local business which has given so much to our programming. Special Olympics Ohio is joining forces with thirteen Jersey Mike’s Subs locations in Northeast Ohio for its 13th Annual March “Month of Giving” campaign. During the entire month of March, customers can “round up” their order at any participating Jersey Mike’s restaurant to benefit Special Olympics Ohio.
The campaign will culminate in Jersey Mike’s “Day of Giving” on Wednesday, March 29, when local Jersey Mike’s restaurants will give 100 percent of the day’s sales – not just profit – to Special Olympics Ohio. We expect this partnership to generate well in excess of $100,000 for SOOH.
I hope you will consider patronizing Jersey Mike’s during the Month of Giving, and especially on the Day of Giving, whether planning an event at your school or ordering a meal for yourself and your family.
2023 Prom Announcement
AEA North Olmsted Korab Hall
26855 Lorain Road
North Olmsted, OH 44070
------- Rules & Expectations -------
All school rules and policies from the student code of conduct still apply at this event. Students found to have transgressed these policies will face consequences including but not limited to removal from the event, suspension and/or expulsion. Please see below for further explanations of the rules and policies governing this event
Guests must complete a guest application form.
Guests attending this event must be in grades 11 through 12 and must be a current student.
No persons will be permitted entrance to attend AEA PROM as a guest unless they are accompanied by a current AEA student and meet the requirements above.
Students must arrive with identification at the event no later than 7:15 p.m. Students must also have transportation from the event no later than 10:15pm.
All individuals attending prom must have a ticket prior to the event. Tickets will not be sold at the door.
Students are NOT permitted to leave early without a parent present to pick them up.
Students who drive themselves must be accompanied by a staff member of AEA to their vehicle and must be seen leaving the event grounds.
Students may not go to their vehicle throughout the duration of the event. If an extenuating circumstance occurs, a staff member of AEA will escort the student to their vehicle and back into the event. No student is permitted to be in their vehicle without AEA staff supervision.
Once students have left the event, they will not be permitted back into the event.
Students are not allowed to bring backpacks or bags into the event. Any items brought to AEA Prom are subject to search by an AEA staff member.
Anyone attending the event is expected to dress appropriately. Garments that are see-through, too short, cut low, or expose one’s midriff are not acceptable. Undergarments must not be visible. Dress that is considered inappropriate by school personnel will result in the student being sent home.
All school rules apply to anyone who attends the event. Slam dancing, shoulder riding, mosh pits, grinding, kissing, inappropriate treatment of others, violent behavior, drugs or alcohol use and smoking are not permitted.
Appropriate Language MUST be used at ALL TIMES during this event.
We are rapidly approaching the milestone event that you have all been waiting
for…High School graduation. In preparation for this special occasion, we have begun
ordering diplomas, covers, caps and gowns, honors cords, and other commencement
The senior fee for this school year will be $100. Checks can be made payable to the
Albert Einstein Academy. This senior fee is due to the school by Friday, April 7, 2023.
Any fees received after this date will have a $25 late fee attached.
The graduation ceremony will take place on Sunday, May 21, 2023. Details regarding
graduation will be sent out as we know more. It will be held at the Stocker Arts Center
at the Lorain County Community College Campus in Elyria.
We are truly fortunate to celebrate this tremendous accomplishment with your child and
your family. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the school.
Ms. Amanda Anderson
The building closes at 4:30. All students must be picked by or before 4:30.
Arrival and Dismissal Procedures ( PLEASE STAY IN VEHICLES FOR SAFETY)
In order to keep students safe, students are NOT PERMITTED to order lunch using door dash, Uber eats, or other delivery services during the school day. Deliveries to school from 3rd party apps for food will not be accepted.
Items for success!
Plug-in Headphones ( No Air Pods or other wireless headphones)
- Extra change of clothes. School Supplies ( See link at the top of the page for a full supply list)
Masking is optional: Send in extra facial coverings, if you choose to have your child wear a mask.
Backpacks are also not permitted, these should be placed in their locker upon arrival.
AEA Yearbook Sale
*$1.00 per slice and there is no limit.
*Students that would like pizza bring money in Monday- Thursday.
*Pizza is ordered Thursday morning, students will NOT be able to purchase any pizza on Friday's.
*On Friday, students will be served pizza during their lunch.
* All money needs to go directly to Ms. Barker in the main office. No large bills please!
Upcoming Student Council Events
APL Drive: Animal Food Drive
Since the giving tree was such a success this school year Student Council will be hosting an APL drive starting on March 1st until the end of May. We are looking for cat and dog items, such as food, treats, toys, beds, collars, leashes, etc. All items collected will be donated to the Cleveland APL.
April 5th: Student/Teacher basketball game
March Spirit week:
Monday 13th- College Day/March Madness
Tuesday 14th- Dress as your future profession
Weds 15th- Theme day
Thursday 16th-Dress as your idol
Friday 17th -wear Green
Pie-day March 14, 2023: Pie-A-Teacher
** $1 for a ticket for a chance to pie a teacher of choice
**$5 for a guaranteed spot to pie a teacher
**10 to pie Ms. Anderson
**$1 to watch
Student council is asking for cool whip donations, if you would like to donate cool whip cans can be dropped off at the office. We are looking for 10-15 cans total.
Slice of Pie
Student council would like to ask parents and staff to donate pies. The goal is to have one slice per student, approximately 200 slices. I will send out a blurb next with all the details to send out to parents.
Thank you for all you do!
Thank you for your support!
AEA student Council.
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to reach out to Ms. Thevenin or Mr. Jarvis
Albert Einstein Academy Cell Phone Policy
Cell phone usage, including all functions within the cell phone (i.e. cameras and all other applications) are prohibited for use during the school day. All students will be required to turn in their phones to their homeroom teacher or place them in an individual pocket holder in the AM homeroom period. Students will retrieve their phones at the end of the day when they return to their PM homeroom. Phones will be placed in a safe, secure space for the entirety of the day. Students are required to comply with staff directives regarding cell phone policy / usage. Students who need to call home may do so from the office.
Violation of the cell phone rule as stated above will result in the confiscation of the device according to the following ladder of disciplinary action:
- First offense- Phone is taken and a parent will be notified. Warning is given. The confiscated device will remain in the main office until it is picked up by a parent or guardian.
- Second offense- Phone is taken and a parent will be notified. Lunch detention is given. The confiscated device will remain in the main office until it is picked up by a parent or guardian.
- Third offense- Phone is taken and a meeting will be scheduled with the student AND parent. Before or after school detention will be given. The confiscated device will remain in the main office until it is picked up by a parent or guardian.
- Fourth Offense- Phone is taken and a parent will be notified. The student will receive in school suspension the next day. The confiscated device will remain in the main office until it is picked up by a parent or guardian.
** Please refer to our Student/Parent Handbook for information regarding our cellphone/ technology policies. This is including but not limited to "airpods" or other blue tooth required devices.
Community Service Hours & Information
For each year enrolled at AEA, the student must complete a minimum of 5 hours of community service in Elementary (grades K-5), Intermediate School (grades 4-6), 15 hours in Middle School (grades 7-8) and 25 hours in High School (grades 9-12). Grades K-5 will develop and complete “in 10 class, group projects to satisfy their requirement.
Community Service Program Purpose:
• Help students become more active members of their community
• Increase student knowledge and understanding of their community
• Meet community needs and foster relationships between the school and the community
• Encourage student altruism or caring for others
• Improve student personal and social development
• Teach critical thinking and problem-solving skills • Increase career awareness and exposure among students
Special Notes: Making a financial contribution is not considered Community Service.
Community Service Hours: Hours can be accrued during the summer prior to each grade level.
Community Service Activity Time Sheets are available in the school offices and on our website. Completed forms should be returned to the principal. If in doubt as to whether an activity meets the criteria, the student should speak with the building administrator. Students are encouraged to keep a copy of all forms submitted for their own records. The Community Service required will be posted on final report cards each year as well as on the high school transcript.
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