PTSA Mission 

Audubon PTSA is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization made up of Audubon families and staff. We work to improve the education, safety, and health of the children in our community.

 PTSA Goals

  1. Help every child, family and staff member believe they are a welcome part of the greater Audubon community by providing ongoing, updated information about school programs in Enews and a website and by sponsoring social events in which all students, families and staff can participate.
  2. Support Audubon to help the school provide the best education possible for all students by enhancing classroom experiences, field trips, assemblies, cultural experiences, physical education and reading.
  3. Help make the school  safe for students and staff through support of emergency preparation, valets, and enhanced signage. 

Membership Benefits

  • PTSA members get access to online student directory (a great resource for play dates) and early enrollment and discounted rates for extended classes.
  • PTSA members directly participate in advocacy for kids, you can be a voice and vote at PTA meetings.
  • PTSA members get great member benefits at Fed Ex., Great Wolf Lodge, and several other merchant discounts.
  • PTSA members make the PTA unit. We need your membership to function as a local PTA and be able to bring programs and activities for students. 

Grab your Audubon PTSA membership card and log on to National PTA to take advantage of PTA discounts from companies like AARP, Hertz, MetLife, Schwan's Cares, Sharp,  Staples and Sylvan.

You will be prompted for the username and password that is located on the back of your Audubon PTSA card to log in; some of the special offers may require your membership number, too.

 PTSA Membership FAQ

 1.  Why should I become a member of PTSA?

Your membership (single, family and staff) adds your voice to the advocacy work done at our regional and WA State PTA - advocacy to make all WA public schools better, and better funded! More members means more advocacy, more delegates in Olympia, and more time with Legislators.

 2. If one parent joins PTA, why do you ask that the other parent join, too?

As with any advocacy organization, the more members, the louder the political voice. So, while it is not a requirement that every adult in the family join PTSA, we encourage you to help make the organization as strong an advocate as possible.

 PTSA Funding FAQ

1. I paid my PTSA membership dues, why do I have to donate to Audubon PTSA, as well?

Membership dues go to the Washington State PTA, the National PTA and the Council PTSA. Audubon receives only a small percentage of the membership dues. Every dollar you donate to Audubon PTSA goes directly to benefiting the lives of Audubon students. PTSA members also get the benefit of accessing the online student directory.

2. Can I donate to Audubon PTSA without becoming a member?

Yes, but we encourage you to do both. Also, only members can access the directory and register early for extended classes.

3. What does my donation pay for?

With your donation to Audubon’s PTSA, your money goes directly to many programs that your child has access to. 

Some of the programs that PTSA funds are -

Geography enrichment, Math & Coding Enrichment, Toy Maker Workshop, Art Docent Program, Subsidies & Field Trips, Book-It-Theater, Intramural Sports, Dance/Movement Enrichment Program, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Emergency Preparedness, Classroom funds, and MORE

Throughout the school year, Audubon’s PTSA hosts many fun school events, such as International Night, Winter Dance, Science Fair, and Math Night, Staff Appreciation, School BBQ, and so forth.


PTSA Meeting Minutes 

Click here for all the meeting minutes of the Audubon Elementary PTSA

PTSA Financial Reports

Click here for all the Financial Reports of the Audubon Elementary PTSA