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Parents should consider the following when deciding if their child is well enough to return to school following an illness. Children who are ...more
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
District to Hold Calendar Forums Seeking Input from Parents & Staff
Dear Parents/Guardians, The San Mateo-Foster City School District is looking at possible calendar options for the 2015-16 school year. Your opinion is important! Please plan to attend one of the Calendar Forums. Dates, location and registrati... Continue
Parent Education Nights for Common Core State Standards
The San Mateo Foster City School District, Educational Services team will be providing four evening events (February 11 th , February 25 th , March 11 th (provided in Spanish) and March 18 th from 6:30 – ... Continue
Construction Update Newsletter - February
Audubon's New Classroom Building
The footprint of the new classroom building will replace the three existing portable buildings approximately in the center of campus near the existing Multi-purpose Building. The work will begin Summer 2013 with an anticipated completion of Fall 2014.
UP COMING EVENTS
Thursday 6th - Student Council Meeting
Wednesday 19th - PTA Meeting 6:30 MPR "Raising Media-Smart Digital Citizens"
Friday 21st - Movie Night 7-9Pm MPR
Friday 21st - Spring Picture Day
Monday 7th - Friday 11th - Staff Appreciation Week
Monday 14th - Monday 21st - No School Spring Break
Friday 25th - Movie Night 7-9PM MPR
2014 - 2015 School Year Calendar
Please be advised the 2014-2015 school year calender was not accurate and is being revised. Stay tuned for the updated version.
Classroom Podcasts 2013-2014
Room 11 - Scientist and Inventor interviews.
Room 12 - Scientist and Inventor interviews.
Classroom Podcasts 2012 - 2013
Third Grade Podcasts
The Gold Rush is On! Follow Audubon's 4th grade students on their journey out west in search of gold.