Lost and Found
All "Lost and Found" items will be donated on the first Wednesday of each month. Please check periodically for your child's missing jacket or lunch box. If your child's name is written on the item ...more
The Future of Math
Don't miss this informative and interactive presentation for middle school students, parents and guardians about the new CPM math curriculum!
For more Information click: The Future Of Math
Bayside Performing Arts Center
6:30 - 8:00 PM
Audubon's 2nd Annual Scripps National Spelling Bee
CAASPP - SBAC Testing Information
The beginning of September, parents of students in grades 3–8 and 11 will be mailed individual student score reports for the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). For more information about the Student Score Report click the link below.
Letter from Principal, Mrs. Brady
September 17, 2015
Dear Audubon Eagle Families,
Our first month of school has been filled with opportunities for our students to learn and grow. It was a pleasure to see so many of our parents at Back to School night and visit with families at the Back to School Social. Parent conference week was completed the first week of September. We welcomed back Soul Shoppe for our Positive Behavior workshops earlier in the month. Our focus at Audubon on our Pillars of Excellence - Respect, Responsibility, Safety and Engagement is evident daily around campus. Each member of our staff works to provide a curriculum that addresses both the academic needs and social emotional learning competencies of our students. I am very pleased to continue this work with our staff this year.
Congresswoman Jackie Speier Visits Audubon to Honor Student Writers
The The Writing Notebook was born of the desire to celebrate and honor the exemplary student writing at Audubon Elementary School. This anthology is now celebrating it's tenth year, thanks to the dedication and ongoing commitment of fifth grade teacher Alison Thompson and retired School Operations Team Leader Mike Nagler. The first year 15 fourth and fifth graders participated, this year 48 fourth and fifth grade students submitted work for inclusion in this tenth year publication. Congresswoman Jackie Speier handed out certificates to the writers and illustrator after addressing the audience of 4th and 5th grade students and parents about the importance of written communication. Congratulations to all the exemplary student writers and this years illustrator.
Audubon's Robotics Lab
Come One, Come All to Audubon's Robotic Carnivals. As the fourth grade classes finish up their Robotics unit they have been inviting their parents, classroom buddies and other grade levels to an afternoon of Robotics. The 4th graders have spent several weeks building, designing and programing amusement park theme rides. We have ferris wheels, carousels, and our very own Audubon speedway race course! The students did an excellent job in explaining to everyone how they worked together in groups of 2 to design, redesign, build and program their rides to operate in certain ways. Some groups even designed and built extra items for the amusement park such as ticket booths, carnival games, and even a zip-line!
Room 204 Robotics Carnival
Room 205 Robotics Carnival
Room 203 Robotics Carnival
UP COMING EVENTS
1- 4th P/T Conf. Min Days
7th - Holiday No School
18th - Picture Day
18th - Movie Night-CANCELLED
12 - 23 - No School - Fall Intersession
26 - No School - Teacher Prof. Dev. Day
2014 - 2015 Classroom Podcast and Movies