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Alexander II Math and Science Magnet students celebrate Albert Einstein’s birthday

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Alexander II Math and Science Magnet students celebrate Albert Einstein’s birthday

Alexander II Math and Science Magnet students celebrate Albert Einstein’s birthday

Alexander II Math and Science Magnet School celebrated Albert Einstein’s birthday.

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Alexander II Math and Science Magnet students celebrate Albert Einstein’s birthday

B13 alexander ii math and science magnet school, "home o the einsteins" celebrated albert einsteins birthday all day.

Students participated in special activities all day during class, while learning lots of facts and information about einstein.

Leslie lowe brown, a fourth grade teacher at alexander two, did some creative work with her students along with a logic puzzle.

We're a math and science magnet school we're working towards our stem certification.

We celebrate einstein as a thinker, as a leader and as a believer.

Most people know him as the most famous genius but really and truly its because he stuck with problems because he was such a thinker and believer in learning and that's what we want all of our kids to do brown says it's important to recognize einstein's birthday and educate students on the most famous mathematician and scientist.




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