Mar 17
9:00a Science Fair Entry Forms Due
Science Fair Entry Forms Due

Tuesday, March 19
9:00a - 3:00p
6:00p International Night
International Night

Thursday, March 21
6:00p - 8:00p
9:00a Science Fair Assembly
Science Fair Assembly

Tuesday, March 26
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This is the Audubon PTSA (Redmond, WA) site, run by parent volunteers at Audubon. If you are looking for official information from the school or district, please click here for the Audubon Elementary Website, or the LWSD website.


We have several fun family events this week. Join us for all or any of them! You don't want to miss it! 


FRIDAY, MAR. 29, 6pm

MOVIE NIGHT!!! (Organized by 5th graders).

Pack a dinner, grab your pillows and a comfy blanket and join your friends in the school gym/cafeteria for a movie night. 5th graders will be volunteering their time at the concession stands selling popcorn, water, and baked sweet goods to enjoy with the movie. We will be showing Wreck It Ralph 2 - Ralph Breaks the Internet. Admission is free for families, we are hoping for donations from families, so please consider. All donations and efforts go directly to raising of funds for their outdoor education.

Thank you Audubon Community!




The 5th Graders trip to Camp Waskowitz is fast approaching and they need your support to lower the cost of the trip. Will you be a fundraising superhero? This year, the 5th grade team chose  Believe Kids for their fundraising needs. Believe Kids is a one stop shop website to support Camp Waskowitz. You can purchase cookie dough, home goods, apparel, gift packaging and sweets to just name a few. 

The 5th graders and their parents will be in front of Audubon after school with a table and catalogs to view. They will take your orders right there and your payment in a form of cash/check. Laptops will also be available for online purchases.

Here are the dates and time the 5th graders (and their parents) will be in front of the school. See you there! 

 Wednesday, March 20th (1:45pm - 2:10pm) 

 Friday, March 22nd (3:15pm - 3:40pm) 

 Tuesday, March 26th (3:15pm - 3:40pm) 

 Thursday, March 28th (3:15pm - 3:40pm) 

 Monday, April 1st (3:15pm - 3:40pm) 

 Thursday, April 4th (3:15pm - 3:40pm)

If you would like to purchase online at home it is a simple process of going to Believe Kids and looking for your school to support. If you have any questions please email our fifth grade teacher Mr. Anderson at 




Audubon Spirit Wear is back!!  But only for a limited time. 

The online store is open now until March 18th (it will close at 10am on the 18th). 

All orders should be placed online and will be delivered to your student at Audubon. Click here to order

 A portion of the sales will go towards the Audubon fifth graders' outdoor education/camp experience at Camp Waskowitz, which is coming up soon! Please help support the fifth graders and Audubon Elementary by purchasing this fun apparel.  Be sure and check out the youth t-shirts - they are offered in a variety of fun colors this year and some are priced as low as $10.00!

As always, thank you for your support.

Fifth Grade Students and Teachers



We would like to invite you to an event dedicated to understanding the correlation between executive functions and school success. The event will be hosted in Audubon School’s Library, 3.28.2019 Thursday evening at 6:30.

Download Flyer here | Please sign up here


6:30-6:45 Meet and greet

6:45-7:00 Introductions

7:00-7:40  Lisa Gordon, M.S., CF-SLP,  “The Correlation between Executive Functions and School Success”

7:40-8:00 Q&A

During the meet and greet, you are invited to enjoy light refreshments. You will meet other families who are going through the fascinating journey of raising children, learn from their experience and share your own experiences.

You are welcome to explore a collection of recommended books for children and adults, which was assembled by the school librarian and the lecturer.

This would be a great time to ask our professional speaker, Lisa Gordon, speech-language pathologist at Evergreen Speech & Hearing Clinic some personal questions. Following the meet and greet we will start the lecture.  



Greetings parents!

The PTSA nominations committee is open and ready to meet with you!  

Are you curious on how PTSA operates? 

Are you interested in making some changes while supporting your child's school? 

The committee would welcome the opportunity to answer any questions that you may have. The Audubon Elementary PTSA Executive Board is made up of a group of parents who set the vision on how to best supplement the education and opportunities our children are receiving.

If you or you know someone that would be interested in participating on the 2019-2020 PTSA school board, we would be privileged to hear from you!

For more information about a position or to request PTSA descriptions visit us on the website or please contact the nominating committee (Anne Dang, Preethi Prakash, or Harini Donthineni) in person or at You can also find the forms located on the PTSA cork board next to the PTSA office door. Thank you kindly!

On behalf of the nominations committee, thank you!




Tell your neighbors and friends to register early for 2019-20 Kindergarten 

If you live in Lake Washington School District (LWSD) and your child will be five years old on or before August 31, 2019, now is the time to register them for Kindergarten! Registration takes place at your neighborhood school during regular school hours through the beginning of the 2019-20 school year. While registration will continue throughout the school year and summer, parents are highly encouraged to register students as soon as possible. Doing so helps ensure class sizes are balanced and adequate staff are hired in time for the new school year. 

 Visit the Kindergarten Information webpage for more information.




We need your input on the Audubon Friendly Guidelines document. The document outlines the simple things one can expect when coming to school to help you settle in little easier. Your feedback is valuable to enhance and ensure the information provided is helpful to new families. Thank you. Click her to take the survey.





NEW: LWSD Levy Informational Presentation

Check out the informational levy presentation narrated by LWSD Superintendent, Dr. Jane Stavem. Click to play video

LWSD will have a Capital Projects Levy will on the April 23, 2019 ballot.

  • LWSD needs more classrooms for students to support our rapid enrollment growth.
  • LWSD’s highest priorities is creating safe schools and maintaining quality classrooms.
  • The 2019 levy maintains the current tax rate with no rate increase

The Capital Projects Levy will address 3 urgent and important issues -

  • Permanent classroom additions in 5 schools. Adding space to 1,052 students.
  • Adding core facilities/common spaces in 5 schools.
  • Exterior security cameras at elementary schools and entry modification to implement approved safety measures in 3 high schools.

Additional Levy Information:

LWSD 2019 levy website

Lake Washington Citizens Levy Committee website



Thursday, Mar. 21

International Night is less a month away! Country tables so far are:


PortugalSerbiaRussia, and Taiwan.

Would you like to have a table for your country? Let us know. We will provide support and connect you with previous years' table hosts and with other families from your country. Please participate in anyway you can for this great event at Audubon.

For any questions please email Rachel Pai at

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We are excited to announce Science Fair preparations are underway. Science Fair will be open to students from Grade 3 to Grade 5. The entry forms will be sent teachers and distributed to students this week. 


March 26 - Science Fair Assembly (morning)

March 19th - Last day to turn in Science Fair Entry Form to your classroom teacher.

April 17th - Bring boards to school 

April 18th - Science Fair

The Science Fair team,

Ms. Adams & Rachel Pai. For any questions please email



What a great week for Read Across America program! The students had a FUNtastic week with all the reading and activities. The 'what to wear' daily themes was a big hit! A big thank you to Trina Ring, our chair for Read Across America program, for coordinating the week long activities. Thank you to all our teachers and staff and Ms. Reinardy for all their help with the Bed Time Stories evening and book fair. We had record attendance for the evening Bed-time Stories. Yay! Pictures will follow soon. Thank you everyone for your support to PTSA programs.




Did you have fun at the School Dance on Friday? We had such a great turnout! A big thank you to our events team Meyrav Altaras, Celine Moreau and the bake sale parent and student volunteers! Thanks to PTSA, we are able to bring fun events to the school. Support your PTSA! If you are not a member yet BECOME A PTSA MEMBER today. No volunteering necessary. Click here to JOIN PTSA





 Please go to our volunteer page to sign up for programs

Lend a hand. Volunteer for PTSA and get a peek into the amazing things we do!

We need volunteers for MATH NIGHT. If you would like to help please contact Lilach Geppert


Nominations Committee is seeking volunteers. As part of the nominations committee you will help fill in volunteers for the board positions for next year. 

Nominations Committee will be responsible for charting the course of our organization’s future by choosing its future leaders. You will be working with a team of 3 PTSA members and will be provided with training and information to enable you to do this job well. For more information on the role or any questions please email PTSA President Lilach Geppert-Shapira.


We are looking for a co-chair for School Pool in May. This is a well setup program and requires a few hours of work in the month of May.

Please email for questions or if you can help our for any position. Thank you.




You can use your PTSA membership cards to get several cool deals from merchants. Here are a few popular ones 

  • Wild Waves Theme & Water Park - $7 off online ticket purchases to Holiday with Lights!
  • Great Wolf Lodge - 30% off!
  • Tickets At Work - 20 – 70% off on movies, hotels, shows, concerts, sporting events and more!
  • FedEx Office - discounts on copies and production services!
Get the most out of your membership! Become a PTSA Member today!
Questions? Please email



PTSA's online student directory has been updated and is available for all PTSA members. This is a great resource for families to lookup classmates if you need to plan play dates or send out birthday invites.

Click here to view our Online Directory

If you are not listed in the directory please make sure you create an account on our website



Teach or assist with one lesson per month in your child’s classroom, estimating up to 4 hours of your time most months. Art materials are provided by the Audubon and our PTSA and training will be provided.

New this year: LWSD has provided lesson slides and instructional support material to make reduce the workload for docent volunteers.

Your kids will make you feel like a rock star!

Email if you can help.



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There will be many opportunities for you to connect, volunteer, and participate in the school events. Make it fun for you and your child all the while making a difference. 

Audubon PTSA has a new Facebook page!

Please like us on Facebook and get updates about school events, news and much more. This is going to be another way PTSA will be sharing information in addition to our website and enews.

Questions? Please email


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Contact US

Audubon phone numbers: Main: 425-936-2500 

Attendance: 425-936-2501  


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Edited By: Chitra Ramalingam, Audubon PTSA, eNews Chair

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