AHS Announcements

  • Riley Spring Carnival

    On behalf of Student Government, I would like to invite youand your families to the Riley Spring Carnival, this Saturday April 19
    thfrom 1-3pm.   There will be a $5 entry fee at the door which will all goto our Riley total.  Many of the clubs here at the high school will berepresented and will have booths featuring kid friendly activities.  Wewill also have a bounce house and a few groups from the community doing variousactivities.  We are really hoping that this will be a big event leading upto the Dance Marathon itself that will help us get closer to our goal ofraising $20,000 for Riley. Please send this along to any family or friendsthat you think might be interested in attending.  Remember, it’s for thekids!  Also, Feel free to send any of the donation links below to friendsand family as well.  What an exciting week it has been leading up toRiley!


    If you cannot attend the Spring Carnival, but would like todonate, follow this link: http://donate.rileykids.org/site/TR?fr_id=1350&pg=entry


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  • SAT Practice Session

    Last chance! Mrs. Leahy and Miss Cable are offering one last stuff SAT Practice Session beginning the week of April 28th. Sign up immediately to get your practice in before the SAT in June. You will learn valuable skills for the test. See Mrs. Leahy in A113 or Miss Cable in E217 for more information.


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  • AHS on ABC World News

    ABC US News | ABC Business News
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  • Avon's Lip Dub
    Avon High School's  School Spirit makes local and national news with video that has gone viral.

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    Hurry –before it’s too late!


    AEF  Comedy  Night


    Tickets sales ending soon @ ACSC Administration Center or ONLINE


    4/26/14 @ 7 PM @ Duke Event Center in Metropolis

    Indy Comedy Sportz LIVE & Food & Games & Fun!


    Guest hosts:

    WZPL Producer Will & Side Kick Chris

    (Smiley Morning Show & Avon graduates)


    Event flyer attached. Proceeds benefit Avon schools!


    Your personal invitation for fun is ready below or click here






    Announcing the first ever


    What is it?  Very special items and unique experiences with special appeal to students and families have been donated by Avon Schools & Staff to be auctioned off to help raise funds to support our schools.  Exclusively during the week of April 21-25 only!
    How does it work?  Auction items and bid boxes will be located at each school.  You can bid on multiple items and at multiple schools but all bids are sealed, which means no one knows who the highest bidder is until the auction is over.  Therefore, your bid needs to be the highest to be the winner.  Give it your best shot! 

    Where can I find more details and a list of all auction items at each school?  At any Avon School building,
    see attachment here.


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  •  Odyssey
                                  ʺThe Odysseyʺ
    The Avon Center Stage Performers will be putting up ʺThe Odysseyʺ next Thurs-Sat. Tickets are only $7 at the door. This is an amazing production basedon an epic poem. The students have been working hard to bring it to perfection.Don't miss this opportunity to support our Avon students in the PerformingArts!  Click here for press release.


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  • Spain Trip Meeting
    Those interested in going on the Spain trip with Mr. Nelson next summer need to stop in room A216 by Friday (4/18) to pick up the enrollment form.
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  • Varsity Baseball
    The varsity baseball team completed the sweep of HSE last night. In game 1 on Wednesday, the O's won by the score of 5-4 as Matt Moore had the game winning RBI's and Jake Smith was the winning pitcher. In game 2 last night, Avon won by 6-4. Chandler Sanburn pitched a great game striking out 8 and getting the win while Khristian Reynolds picked up the save and had 3 hits at the plate. Matt Moore and Nick Hanldon also had 2 RBI's each. 

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  • Avon Drumline
    Congratulations to the Avon World Drumline. On Saturday at WGI World Championships in Dayton Ohio the Drumline placed 5th in the Nation. They had an outstanding performance Saturday evening. Great way to finish the season for students.

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  • Art Club - Art Auction
    Today is your last day to bid on artwork in the Art Club Art Auction, all procedes go towards riley!

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District News

  • AHS Lip Dub AHS Video Goes Viral!

    Have you seen the new Avon High School lip dub video? It has gone viral on YouTube! Posted just this past weekend, the six-minute video has garnered nearly 150,000 views. It has been featured on the local news & radio stations as well as nationally on ABC World News Tonight, FOX News and Good Morning America. You can view it here: http://bit.ly/1imHGL7. It is a fun collaboration featuring most of the AHS student body to raise awareness and funds for this weekend’s Riley Dance Marathon. If you would like to make a donation, please click:


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    AEF AEF Comedy Night Raises Funds for Avon Students


    There is still time to purchase your tickets for the Avon Education Foundation Comedy Night on Saturday, April 26th from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Duke Energy Center (Metropolis Plainfield). This hilarious evening, with entertainment provided by Comedy Sportz, will celebrate funds raised to support all Avon schools and kids in grades K-12.


    Click here to view the Oriole Auction, which begins inside each Avon school on Monday, April 21st. Be sure to check out some of the unique items that you can bid on. Visit the AEF website at: http://avon-schools.org/aef to purchase tickets. Tickets may also be purchased in person at the Avon Schools Administration Center (7203 East US HWY 36, Avon).

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  • Odyssey AHS Drama Tackles Epic Adventure
    The greatest adventure story of all time comes to the stage of The Hendricks Regional Performing Arts Center at Avon High School! “The Odyssey,” written by Homer and adapted for the stage by Thomas Hischak, will be performed by The Avon High School Center Stage Performers on April 24th, 25th and 26th at 7 p.m. and on April 27th at 2p.m. This production will be performed in a lively, theatrical fashion that will enthrall audiences of all ages. Tickets are $7 and may be purchased at the door. Contact Director Lori Riley for more information at ljriley@avon-schools.org or at 317-544-5000.

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  • 2014-15 Calendar Survey

    After a very unusual winter, we are seeking input from students, staff, and parents about possible minor revisions to the already approved, already published 2014-15 school calendar.  
    The existing 2014-15 calendar allows for two snow make-up days:
                Monday, January 19, 2015 (Martin Luther King Day)
                Monday, February 16, 2015 (Presidents' Day) 
    If more than two make-up days are needed, they would be added to the end of the year.
    (This year we had five make-up days.  One was waived, two made up on the above holidays, and two will be made up on June 2nd and 3rd.)
    Please provide your opinion about possible changes to the 2014-15 calendar:

    This survey will be active, online from April 7 to April 21st, 2014.  Upon review of the results, the administration and Board may consider changes to the 2014-15 calendar.


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    AEF Accepting Resumes for Executive Director Position
    The Avon Education Foundation is seeking a dynamic, leadership focused professional to fill its Executive Director position upon the retirement of Pam DeWeese. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 25, 2014. For duties, qualifications and additional information, interested candidates should visit the AEF website at www.avon-schools.org/aef.

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  • Seedlings Seedlings Preschool Registration Now Open
    The Avon Seedlings Preschool registration for the 2014-2015 school year is open. The program will be housed at White Oak Elementary and is open to children or grandchildren of ACSC employees as well as preschool students living in the Avon School district. Please visit the Student Enrollment page at http://www.avon-schools.org//site/default.aspx?PageID=11218 to view the Seedlings brochure, calendar and registration form. 
    In order to register your child/grandchild for the program, bring the completed registration form and the $150 registration fee to the front office at White Oak Elementary between the hours of 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. If you have any questions, please contact Annette Patchett at White Oak Elementary (317-544-6700) or Amy Roberts at the Administration Building (317-544-6072).


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  • US Scholars U.S. Presidential Scholars Candidates

    AHS Class of 2014 Seniors Parker Haviza (left) and Nicholas Fales (right) have been selected as candidates for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. This is the second year in a row that AHS has had at least one candidate (in 2013, Mikala Hillis was a candidate and advanced to semifinalist status). Candidates are identified based on their SAT and/or ACT scores. The program was established to recognize some of our nation's most distinguished graduating seniors.


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  • Lisa Kern AHS Teacher Receives Lilly Endowment Teacher Creativity Fellowship
    Congratulations to AHS Science Teacher, Mrs. Lisa Kern, for being awarded a $10,000 Lilly Endowment Grant. 

    Now in its 27th year, the Endowment’s Teacher Creativity Fellowship Program continues to provide time, financial support and encouragement for Indiana educators to attend to their own intellectual and emotional health. This renewal enables them to engage and motivate their students even more effectively.

    Mrs. Kern’s summer renewal experience is titled “Traveling Through Space and Time: Across North America in 1.8 Billion Years.” With this grant she will investigate geology in Nebraska, Utah, California, Arizona and New Mexico; post videos, photos and narrative to a video log this summer. 

    Mrs. Kern joins ­­­an elite group of former Avon Lilly Endowment recipients:

    2005: Mollie Gregory (AHS-retired; Language Arts)
    2009: Paul Haiducu (Two-time winner/AHS; Physics)
    2010: Chad Seals (AHS-former teacher; Spanish)
    2010: Michelle Rollings (Avon Intermediate School-East; Art)
    2011: Gwynn Wills (Avon Intermediate School-East; Autism Consultant)
    2013: Lisa Guthrie (Avon Middle School-South; Math)
    2014: Lisa Kern (AHS; Science)

    Following is a link with more information about Lilly Endowment and the winners: http://www.lillyendowment.org/pdf/TCFP2014Winners.pdf
    (Photo courtesy of Ardea Photo)

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  • Natl Merit Finalists Five AHS Students Named as National Merit Finalists
    Five AHS Students have been named as Finalists in the 2014 National Merit® Scholarship Program. This is the highest number of students named for Avon. In addition, six students were named as Commended in this competition. The Finalists are: Parker Haviza, Nicholas Fales, Luke Brown, Veronica Blair and Mark Bode (Pictured: seated l-r). The Commended students are: Nate Briggs, Hannah Boyd, Daniel Blackburn, Jay Hankins, Gregory Sprout and Will Pirino (Pictured: standing l-r with Principal Matt Shockley).

    National Merit Scholarship winners of 2014 will be announced beginning in April and conclude in July. These scholarship recipients will join more than 300,000 other distinguished young people who have earned the Merit Scholar title.

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