** There is only ONE LANE for carpool and buses during morning drop off.
** Cones are set up to block the other lane, requiring all vehicles to utilize one lane.
** Kindergarten – 5th grade should enter the front circular driveway. Pull forward to front of the school building allowing your child to walk on the sidewalk to the side gate entrance. Pleasedo not try to go around the cones. This jeopardizes student safety. Do not stop at the gate to drop students off. Instead pull to the front of the school building to drop them off.
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Audubon Elementary is now home to a nurturing, but rigorous program designed to meet the educational needs of English language learners who possess a language other than English. The East Baton Rouge Parish English as Language (ELL) Program was established to help ensure that children who are english language learners, including immigrant children and youth, attain English proficiency, develop high levels of academic attainment in English, and meet the same challenging State academic content and student academic achievement standards as all children are expected to meet. This is outlined in No Child Left Behind, a federal law to improve education in the U.S. Full-time Louisiana certified ELL teachers provide a high quality instructional program for identified students. The faculty and staff of Audubon are honored to serve these students and their families.
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Built in 1967, Audubon Elementary is a diverse school located in a quiet residential neighborhood. Faculty, staff, and students have enjoyed a long history of positive learning experiences. When students arrive at Audubon’s front door, they are eager to learn. Audubon Elementary School’s regular and Gifted Resource programs offer students a wide variety of enriched academic experiences, such as: • participation in LSU’s Smart Body program. Health education is an important aspect of instruction in all grades. • fourth grade girls may volunteer to join the Rosebud Club, an activity sponsored by Links, Inc. The goal of the program is to develop leaders who make good decisions throughout their lives. • many parents and children attend Literacy Night in the fall and Math Night in the spring. Teachers provide fun and challenging activities at grade-specific stations throughout the school. • in all grades, students enjoy author studies and literature through the Accelerated Reader program. • a music program that routinely includes field trips to dramatic and musical events, as well as guest musical performances. Programs are given several times throughout the year and most include the use of several instruments. Creativity is encouraged in each subject area, and numerous opportunities for direct involvement are made available to all. Such involvement fosters a sense of identity as an Audubon student and as an individual who loves learning.
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In this day of cell phones, our telephone numbers change frequently. If your number has changed at any time this year, you need to send the office a note with your current number. Thanks!