Programs & Events


These are the different annual events and programs managed and sponsored by the PTSA. 


Academic Enrichment 

Art Docent

Artist In Residence

Math Challenge

Reflections Art Contest

Extended Classes

Spelling Bee

Outreach (FACE)

Summer Playdates

New Families Ambassador Program

Grade Level Playdates

Volunteer Orientation

Parent-Ed Series

Community Events

Welcome Back to School

Harvest Fair

Ice Cream Social

Science Fair

Math Night

Bedtime Stories



School Services

Staff Appreciation

Hearing & Vision Screening

Class Picture Day & School Photos


Spirit Wear Sales




Facebook Posts

Program Registration 



Classroom Enrichment
Field trips
Library Books Fund
RazKids, Online Reading Program
EZ Grants



Health & Safety

Emergency Preparedness

Running Club

Intramural Sports Program

Parking Lot Helpers

Student Safety Patrol


Fall Fundraiser

Spring Fundraiser

Family Dinner Nights

Committee Work

Nominating Committee

Financial Review Committee

Ways & Means Committee


School Programs

Read Across America

Kindergarten Readiness

5th Grade Graduation









Art Walk


Audubon PTSA Art Docents develop project ideas, teach/assist with lessons, and create art displays for every class. Children love to show off their artwork in the Art Walk and the scavenger hunt is fun for them to attempt!


Back to Business Day


Back To Business Day happens the last week of August. This is the day when parents can take care of all mandatory forms and collect teacher assignments for their kids.


Welcome Back to School


This is our first big event for the school year. There will be music, food vendors, after-school enrichment vendors, PTSA info booth, etc. Garb some food or bring your own dinner and meet other Audubon Families.


Book Fair


Our week-long book fair is held during conference week in October. Our Librarian, Ms. Reinardy, brings the best selections and genre varieties so you can find a book for anyone!


Dance Event


Audubon PTSA brings a week of dance workshops and lessons for all grades. At the end of the dance week, we do a Dance Night event. Students get to show off all the moves they have learned the past week. There will be music, food, and a lot of fun dancing!


Field Day


Field Day is run by the PE teacher and staff to promote fitness and play. Multiple stations are set up for kids to attempt and win prizes. Field Day is held in the morning during school. Following Field Day there will be a family BBQ where families can join their kids for lunch at school. BBQ lunch will be available to buy.


Hearing & Vision Screening


Washington State law requires that students be screened for near and far vision acuity and hearing. Per Washington State guidelines, hearing and vision screening will be held for all students. The screenings will start promptly at 9:10 a.m. in the classrooms that day and are expected to end at 2:00 p.m. at the latest.


Ice Cream Social


This is a welcome-back social in conjunction with Back to Business. After you take care of paperwork enjoy a cup of ice-cream and socialize with other Audubon families.


International Night


Share your home culture with our Audubon community! Hundreds of students, parents, grandparents, teachers, and staff join together to create an evening of music, art, international sports, country displays, dancing, student performances, and much more.





This is a fun, family, and community fundraiser for the PTSA. Jogathon envelopes are distributed 3 weeks prior for students to raise funds. On Jogathon day, all grades will run laps around the school. The event takes place in the morning of the school day, parents are welcome to come and cheer their kids.


Math Night


Students from all grades will share their math prowess with their friends and families in this fun-filled night of math.


Picture Day & Class Photo Day


On Picture Day, each student has their individual pictures taken. Class Photo Day is when all grade levels have their class pictures taken. Every year, the PTSA puts in efforts to secure the services of a reputable photography company to capture these moments.


Read Across America & Bedtime Stories


Join us for a week-long celebration of Dr. Seuss's birthday and the sheer delight of reading with our Read Across America & Bedtime Stories program! Throughout the week, we have a range of enjoyable reading activities planned. On Thursday during Read Across America Week, we'll host a special bedtime story event where our staff will delight the audience with their creative dress-up and playful storytelling. Additionally, you can look forward to book quizzes and other engaging activities that celebrate popular literature.


Reflections Art Contest


The Reflections Program is a cultural arts competition supported by both the National PTA and the Washington State PTA. Its primary goal is to offer students an avenue to showcase their creative abilities by allowing them to express themselves through their unique, original creations.



Science Fair

Witness our budding scientists in action! Students in grades 3-5 are invited to showcase their science projects, and this event is open for all grades to attend and observe. In addition, we'll feature interactive STEM booths hosted by other science clubs and teams for an engaging and educational experience.






Art Docent


LWSD curriculum does not include Art. Audubon PTSA offers an Art Docent program where parent volunteers can step up to teach/assist with art lessons in class. As an art docent you can share your creative and artistic talents with the students. There will be plenty of help and lesson plans available to use. You will be working with your fellow art docents in your class and can cover one art lesson every month.   




Birthday Book Club


A great way to celebrate your birthday in a lasting way with a book donation to Audubon's library.

Ms. Reinardy will send a book club form that you can fill, and work with your child to select a book from the book list.




Extended Classes


Audubon PTSA provides several after school enrichment classes called extended classes for students such as chess, martial arts, sketching, all sport, etc. Extended classes are offered in October and February. Resgistrations will be online and information will be provided via enews and on the PTSA website.




Staff Appreciation


To express our gratitude, the Audubon PTSA treats our teachers and staff to special breakfasts and lunches throughout the school year. We also acknowledge staff birthdays and events during Teacher Appreciation Week as part of our Staff Appreciation efforts.   




Summer Playdates


Meet and play with other Audubon students and families. Summer Meet & Play begins mid July and is held once every week. Check our PTSA calendar for dates or subscribe to our enews.



Walk To School Month


Redmond SchoolPool is an initiative by the Redmond City to promote benefits of walking, staying fit, and staying safe on the roads. During the Walk to School month students are encouraged to walk, bike, carpool, or ride the bus.






Audubon Yearbook is a favorite annual student keepsake! A yearbook is a delightful memory book put together by PTSA that captures the essence of a particular school year or time period. It's chock-full of photos, stories, and special moments, offering a wonderful way to look back and relive the experiences and the people who made them memorable.



Emergency Preparedness


Audubon PTSA funds and supports emergency preparedness for each student at our school. 




Room Parents


Room parents play a crucial role in supporting both classroom teachers and the school community. They are responsible for organizing classroom parties, ensuring that classroom volunteer opportunities and expectations are clear, coordinating teacher recognition and appreciation efforts, and creating a welcoming and connected atmosphere for the families in the class




EZ Grants


An EZ grant is a funding request for a project, program, equipment, or supplies, which would be covered by PTSA funds allocated in the EZ Grant budget. These grants can be given to individual teachers or entire departments/grades. The purpose of EZ grants is to support requests that align with the mission of Audubon PTSA, enhance the curriculum, and contribute to the dynamic learning environment at Audubon Elementary.