In order to leave the front of the school clear for busses, all carpool and day care van activity will now take place at the back of the school. Enter the drive east of Audubon, between Audubon and Sherwood Middle, and drive around to the back to drop off or pick up students.
Please wait until you have pulled up to the overhang before dropping off or picking up children.
Please be respectful of others and do not park along the curb or get out of your car to look for your child as this blocks the way for others.
If you feel the need to park and walk in with your child, please park in an appointed parking space. Your cooperation in this matter is appreciated.
Click Image to Enlarge EBRPSS 2008-2013 Strategic Plan and Vision and Mission Statement
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: • 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.
Up-to-date Phone Numbers
Is Your Telephone Number Up-to-date?
Please send back the Student Emergency Information Form, Student Handbook signature page, and Rights & Responsibility sheets to your child's teacher.
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!
Audubon Dress Code
Burgundy tops and navy bottoms
Uniform Policy General Guidelines
Plain shirts/blouses with a collar, turtlenecks are acceptable in winter.NOt-shirts. Shoes
Closed-toe shoes/sneakers, NO flip flops, crocs, open toed shoes, sandals and/or house shoes are allowed.
Pants, shorts, skirts, skorts, and jumpers that are not more than 5 inches above the knee.
NO jeans, biking shorts, stretch pants or sweatpants.
Belts will be worn on bottoms with belt loops.
Undershirts MUST be white, navy blue, or burgundy.
Dangling earrings, chains, beaded necklaces and bangles are NOT permitted.
Shirts and blousesMUST be tucked in.
Specific Dress Code Guidelines
1. Shirts must be tucked in at all times.
2. Pants must be pulled up at all times and belts must be worn with belt looped pants.
3. Socks must be worn with closed in shoes. (No heels)
4. Jewelry must be of moderate size. No earrings larger than a dime. Necklaces must hang just past the collar bone. Boys are not allowed to wear earrings at all.
5. Shorts and skirts MUST be no shorter than just above the knee.
6. Hair should be well groomed and neatly kept. (Natural hair color must be worn at all times. No purple, blue or pink hair, etc.)
7. Oversized (big, baggy) sweatshirts and/or jackets are NOT allowed.
DRESS CODE WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED!!
Parents will be notified immediately for any infractions. Continual noncompliance of this dress code can result in suspension.
CLOTHES MUST BE WORN ACCORDING TO THE SIZE OF THE CHILD