The "More than a Meal" program provides children with healthy meals for free or reduced prices. Meal applications are always accepted by the Food Services Division however; the State requests our student counts for low-income, foster and English Learners by October 23, 2015.
On Thursday September 1, 2016 you are invited to several parent meetings. Flyers were sent home today. For your convenience you can also download and print your own!
Audubon Middle School-invites you to the Annual Title 1 Meeting on Thursday, September 1, 2016 at 4:00 PM in the Audubon Library. Learn what being a Title 1 School means and what it means for your children. We will discuss: Fund Allocations, 2016-2017 Parent Involvement Policy & Requirements, and Parent’s Right to Know. Join us for an hour of parent education to unite our school and community. It takes a village.
On Sunday, May 15th parents, students, staff and the community at large joined together for Big Sunday at Audubon Middle School. Big Sunday will become an annual tradition when Everyone can make a difference on the AMS campus. Parents, guardians, relatives, staff members and community members participted in joining together by beautifing the school grounds by gardening, painting and cleaning the grounds.
Join us on Thursday, April 28, 2016 at Buffalo Wild Wings from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm for a No Cook Night and Fundraiser. 10% of proceeds will be donated to Audubon. Print the coupon or pick one up at the Attendance Office and present it when you pay your bill! Come enjoy good food and good company.
Join AMS in Parent Learning Workshops on Saturday, April 16, 2016 from 9 am to 1 pm. Topics Include: Helping your child navigate the Smarter Balanced Test, Wi Families-technology at home and in the classroom, Positive Behavior Support and Unlocking Potential through Mindfulness. Visit the Resource Fair and listen to Motivational Speaker Jerome Vincent Carter. Students will earn community service hours. Refreshments will be provided.
Audubon Middle School and Gifted Magnet Center serves as one of 10 pilot schools in the Restorative Justice and Breakfast in the Classroom partnership. Audubon MS focuses on establishing relationship building activities to foster restorative practices and strengthen social emotional practices for the entire school community. Kudos to Ms. Holloway, Ms. Tinsley, Ms. Doby, Ms. Ayala and the AMS Instructional Leadership Team
March 17, 2016 5pm- 8pm AMS/EXPO16 was the place to be in Los Angeles! The Spring Open House for Audubon featured, 6th & 7th grade Recognition Ceremony, the new Music Band performance, the 8th Grade IGP mtg, the Special Education Family Ice Cream Social, the Gifted/Gate Parent Mtg. and student conferencing in the classrooms. Parents and students shopped in the Spring Bookfair, bought Yearbooks, Leadership Bake Sale, and ended the night in March Madness Basketball Festivities. Ms. Ayala, Gilliam, Fields, Fuller, Torrence, Ortega, and Rosby planned an amazing evening.
On Saturday, March 12, 2016 - Audubon MS participated in the prestigious Academic Pentathlon for Middle School Students in the OC at the Bolsa Grande High School. 9 Students lead by their fearless Academic Coaches - N. Gilliam, Magnet Coordinator and J. Fuller, Math Instructional Coach challenged teams from around the County of Los Angeles on the field of Academic Scholarship!
Congrats to the team and the pursuit of excellence! #AMSEdExcellence