Board of School Trustees
Agendas, Minutes, and School Board Policy
Access recent agendas, meeting minutes, and ACSC's board policies on Board Docs. Agendas and minutes prior to January 1, 2019, are available at the bottom of this page. Additionally, budget documentation is available on our Financial Services page.
Photographed L-R: Anita D. Overton (Secretary); Gregory J. Dana (Vice President); Cynthia L. Simmons, (President); Kimberly L. Woodward (Member); Anne L. Engelhardt (Member)
Cindy Simmons, President
Mrs. Simmons has served on the board for four years. She is a life-long resident of Avon and a retired teacher (MSD Wayne Township). She and her husband Roy have a son and three grandchildren.
Gregory Dana, Vice President
Mr. Dana has served three years on the school board. He is a 20-year resident of Avon and works for the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Mr. Dana and his wife Jill have two children in Avon Schools.
Anita Overton, Secretary
Mrs. Overton has been a member of the board for three years. She has lived in Avon since 2003. Mrs. Overton retired from the Federal Aviation Administration Indianapolis Air Traffic Control Center. She enjoys her two grandchildren who live with her and attend Avon High School. She also has three other grandchildren who live in Savannah, Georgia, with her daughter.
Anne Engelhardt, Member
Mrs. Engelhardt has served as a member of the ACSC Board of Trustees for 14 years. She is a commercial broker with Vornholt and Associates. Mrs. Engelhardt has lived in Avon for 20 years. She and her husband Tim have five children and two grandchildren.
Kim Woodward, Member
Mrs. Woodward was elected to the board in 2004. She is the Director of Human Resources for Cunningham Restaurant Group, operating 35 locations including Avon’s own Charbono's. Mrs. Woodward is a long-time resident of Avon. She and her husband Michael have two daughters (both AHS graduates), two sons-in-law (also both AHS graduates), and four grandsons.
Avon Schools is a nationally recognized district of choice that embraces all students and prepares them to grow and thrive for their future.
In cooperation with our community, we will:
- become a Professional Learning Community (PLC) improving student achievement by providing equitable experiences and opportunities for all students,
- create systemic and purposeful innovation opportunities to develop critical thinkers,
- support student well-being, mental wellness, and the whole child (healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged).