ELEMENTARY ACHIEVEMENT

At Einstein, we want our elementary students to feel that school is the most awesome place in the world. Therefore, we nurture our children's intellectual capacity by teaching them how to be STRONG learners and critical thinkers. We not only teach, but we nurture the whole child. Our scholars spend most of their day exploring, analyzing, discussing, and synthesizing texts, complex math problems, intriguing science experiments, and creative works of art.

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Numeracy

Our approach to math gives students powerful conceptual understanding along with computational speed and fluency, so they can confidently and productively apply mathematical skills in new and unfamiliar contexts and use their understanding to solve real-world problems.

Literacy

The Einstein literacy curriculum introduces students to engaging and culturally competent literature that emphasizes critical thinking, knowledge building, and the thoughtful discussion of ideas.

STEAM

As we increasingly become more of a science and technology-based society, we prioritize preparing students for the world. S.T.E.A.M is an approach to learning that uses Science,   Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking.

Extra Curricular

Einstein Schools offers after school programming focused on STEAM. We partner with 21st Century Community Works of Louisiana to offer our students multiple opportunities to develop their passions. As such, we offer educational enrichment activities, including art, cooking, and music. We also offer sports programming, photography, and theatre.

Social & Emotional

Einstein uses Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) to encourage a safe school environment. Students do not learn best under “no excuse” discipline rules, so we use PBIS for constant messaging that students are safe, responsible, respectful, and ready to learn. Mentoring students works much better than suspending young learners! Our effective and regular positive interventions are bolstered with on-site school psychologists, inclusive multicultural programming, and universal English Language Learner teaching strategies.

Parental Involvement

Einstein Schools are deeply rooted in the New Orleans East area of the city. This area is known for the uniquely high  population of African-American, Latino and Vietnamese families. As a result, Einstein Schools work extra hard to engage parents and provided various measure of communication.  We know that the success of our students and the positive impact on the surrounding community are connected to the engagement and knowledge of our Einstein parents. 

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Contact Us

Tel: (504) 503 - 0109

Email: help@einsteincharterschools.org

 DCFS at 1-855-4LA-KIDS

(1-855-452-5437)

Address

4801 Maid Marion Dr. 

New Orleans, LA 70128

Einstein Discrimination Policy

It is the policy of Einstein that no applicant, client and/or employee of Einstein shall on the basis of Race, Gender, Religion, Creed, Color, National Origin, Political Affiliation, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Handicap, Age or any other non-merit factor, be excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of, or other-wise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity, which Einstein operates or is applying for funding.

No person on the grounds of Race, Gender, Religion, Creed, Color, National Origin, Political Affiliation, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Handicap, or Age shall be subjected to discrimination, or be denied employment in connection with any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.

No persons with responsibilities in the operation or administration of a program or activity because of Race, Religion, Creed, Color, National Origin, Sex, Political Affiliations, Disability or Age.

My Tran, Director of Human Resources

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