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Avon Schools has partnered with local organizations to provide foundational English classes for parents of Avon students who are recent immigrants. More than 50 adults registered and showed up.
Welcome to the New Year's first issue of Oriole Blast. We begin with a literal flood at Maple Elementary before we get to the 'flood' of good news that follows.
Our Board of School Trustees made an important – unanimous – decision at their December 12 meeting in selecting a model for strategic growth that will position Avon Schools to meet the demands of our growing student enrollment well into the future.
We are grateful for the incredible support and investment from our community — families, taxpayers, civic leaders, local nonprofit organizations, and business partners. Because of your support, students succeed, educators excel, and we maintain an unparalleled teaching and learning environment where all belong, learn, and grow.
Demographic studies tell us we can expect enrollment in Avon Schools to grow by at least 1,600 students in the next decade. Now is the time that we need to have conversations about how we will make room for more students in our schools. We'd like to invite you to join the conversation and share your input.
Food insecurity. That's not a topic many people think about a lot - especially around the start of the holiday season - but it is a daily reality for many of our neighbors.
Several Avon residents banded together to conduct a campaign to raise money from hundreds of likeminded individuals: the silent, supportive majority of our community.
Thirty-four students — surpassing AHS's previous high number of awardees by double digits — have received National African American (NAARA), National Hispanic (NHRA), and National Indigenous (NIA) Recognition Awards.
Students in Katie Kozinski's 4th period Biochemistry class recently had the opportunity to learn from one of her longtime friends, Danville High School Graduate and NASA Post-Doc Fellow Dr. Allison Fox.