Drama Club

Students participate after school in preparing for the school musical and drama presentation. Students also learn what it’s like to be “behind the scenes” and the ins and outs of theatre.

Advisors: Leah Dryer ([email protected]) and Dani Braun ([email protected]

Eagle Leaders 

Student Council is a club that encompasses many students. It is led by a combined executive board of 7th and 8th graders. There are several committees students can be a part of, which include: community service, pep club, teacher appreciation and events. Throughout the year, student council participates in several community service activities such as a food drive, clothing drive, bell ringing, and much more.

There are also full school events that include a Dodgeball tournament, Quiz Bowl, Talent Show and a dance.  Students also participate in leadership-building activities comprised of a JAM (Junior and Middle School) conference and a summer leadership camp.  Student Council is open to all students and students can join year-round.

Advisors: Sara Faust ([email protected]) and Jill Scheuer ([email protected])


Forensics, more commonly known as “argumentative discourse,” speech, or public speaking at a fun and competitive level, is one of the most rewarding and beneficial educational activities available to students. No matter what field you enter, successful communication skills help people get jobs and help them advance in their careers.

Learning how to adapt to a variety of audiences is a skill that translates across any career. You will become confident in your speaking skills as well as understanding why you think and believe the way you do.

Advisor: Sam Shackelford ([email protected])

Jazz Band

Jazz Band at Einstein Middle School is a co-curricular activity that rehearses two times per week after school. Mrs. Juhl & the Einstein athletic coaches work together to ensure that students can participate in both jazz band and sports. Jazz band consists of saxophones, trumpets, trombones, and a rhythm section (piano, guitar, bass, drum set, auxiliary percussion/vibes). The group performs music in varying jazz styles including swing, Latin, and funk. Jazz Band requires extra practice time that goes above and beyond a student's normal music class assignments. We perform at concerts and school events as well as out in the community. Membership is by invitation as this activity requires a strong level of commitment and ability to successfully perform more challenging music. Please talk to Mrs. Juhl if you are interested in being considered for membership.

Link Crew

Students volunteer and help the school with big events. These students also help new students transition to Einstein.

Advisor: Stacy Juhl ([email protected]

Service Club

Service Club consists of Einstein 7th and 8th-grade students who are interested in making a difference in their school, local, and international communities. Throughout the year, Service Club participates in numerous community service activities such as the can food drive, collecting Halloween candy for troops and first responders, participating in 5K walks/runs such as the Turkey Trot, ringing bells for Salvation Army, welcoming home Old Glory Honor Flights at the airport, serving meals at Culver's for the Wisconsin-Nicaragua Partners of America, selling roses for Mother's Day, carnations for Valentine's Day, maintaining the Einstein Community Food Pantry, packing meals at Feeding America, and much more.

Service Club is open to all students and students can join year-round.

Advisor: Sara Aldana ([email protected])

Battle of the Books

The Battle of the Books program is designed to promote a love of reading among students. It encourages students to read a variety of books and remember information about the plots, characters, and settings of the books.

Every question asked in a battle is answered by the team by stating the title and author of the book. It is a fun, academic-based competition that has been very successful in school districts in encouraging students to read.

Advisor: Sara Aldana ([email protected])

Ski Club

Students have the opportunity to ski with their friends after school on Friday nights.

Advisor: Laura Mick ([email protected])

Weight Lifting Club

Students are able to work on strength and cardiovascular training after school.


Students meet during the day and work on designing the school yearbook and have the opportunity to stay after school and take pictures of school activities.

Advisor: Kathy Ennis ([email protected])