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!
East Baton Rouge Parish School System Dress Code:
·All uniforms must be neat and CLEAN daily.
·Navy blue uniform pants, shorts, capris, skirts, and jumpers that are not more than 5 inches above the knee.
·No jeans, biking shorts, stretch pants, sweat pants, warm-ups, wind pants or leggings are allowed.
·Burgundy shirts or blouses with a collar.Turtlenecks are acceptable in the winter. T-shirts (underwear) as outer wear are never acceptable. Only white T-shirts can be worn under burgundy uniform shirts.
·Rubber sole shoes or sneakers are preferred.Shoes must be laced and tied properly at all times. Velcro flaps must be securely fastened.
·Approved uniforms (scout, 4-H, etc) may be worn on club meeting days.
·Belts must be worn on clothing that has belt loops.Shirts and blouses must be tucked in at all times.Pants must be worn at the natural waistline and not dropped below the waist.No large belt buckles.
·Navy blue, burgundy and/or white coats, sweaters and sweat shirts are preferred and should not display inappropriate advertisement or cartoon characters. (Students may not wear coats in class all day).Sweatshirts with the school logo may be worn in class only. At no time should students wear any hoods, caps headbands, bandanas or hats in class except on special days.
·Jewelry cannot be worn by boys (earrings, necklaces, wristbands) and girls are only allowed to wear STUD earrings or very small hoops (not larger than a quarter) due to safety concerns.
·Audubon’s Spirit Day is held each Friday. Students may wear spirit T-shirts or sweatshirts with their regular navy bottoms.
·Boys must have neat haircuts.
·Girls must wear small navy, white or burgundy bows, barrettes or balls only for hair accessories.No scarves, hats or bandanas. Face paintings, decals, glitter, tattoos (fake or real) etc. are not allowed. Clear nail polish only.
·Make-up is inappropriate for elementary students. Fake fingernails are also unacceptable. Perfume should not be brought to school or used during the school day as many students have allergies.
Disciplinary Procedure (Dress code Violations):
The following is approved East Baton Rouge Parish School Systems’ disciplinary procedure for students in noncompliance with the mandatory uniform policy:
·First offense: Stickers are placed on the students shirt collar and must be signed and returned the following day.
·Second offense: telephone call by the principal or designee to the parent/guardian.
·Third offense: parent/guardian will be required to attend a conference with the principal or designee.
·Fourth offense: 1/2 day suspension with the requirement that the parent/guardian return to school with the student and participate in a conference with the principal or Dean of Students prior to the student's return to class.