Avon Schools serves an incredible community. Avon-Washington Township is one of the most vibrant and diverse communities not just in central Indiana, but in the Midwest.
We are grateful not only to be situated where we are but for the incredible support and investment our community — Avon Schools families, taxpayers, civic leaders, local nonprofit organizations, and business partners — makes in our students and schools. Because of your support, students succeed at a high level, educators excel, and we can maintain an unparalleled teaching and learning environment where all belong, learn, and grow.
The purpose of these resources is to foster and maintain community unity, to help you remain informed, and to facilitate connections with district leaders and among community leaders. Click the links below to:
- learn about Coffee & Conversation with district leaders,
- promote your nonprofit event,
- get info about upcoming community events,
- pick up a Gold Card for free access to Avon Schools arts and athletics events (age 65+),
- attend a leader network meeting, or
- find out how to remain informed.
Please contact the Administration Center at (317) 544-6000 if you have questions or need assistance.
In Avon Schools, it’s beginning to look — and sound — like the holiday season. Mark your calendars and join us at the band, orchestra, and choir performances listed here
Listen in as Dr. Wyndham visits Area 31 and talks with seniors Alexis and William and Director of Career and Technical Education Dr. Patrick Biggerstaff about how Area 31 prepares students to graduate with the confidence and preparation they need to meaningfully contribute in our community in a place of employment that is of interest to them.
Nominate an ALL Star! An ALL Star is any Avon Schools employee who you believe goes above and beyond to make sure Avon Schools is a place where ALL belong, learn, and grow.
At their November 27 working session, the Avon Board of School Trustees celebrated several young River Birch Elementary students. Their proud teachers and parents were on-hand to encourage them.
Rather than telling our community and business leaders about all the good things happening in and around our schools, Dr. Wyndham and AHS Principal Matt Shockley invited several students to share their perspectives at the November Greater Avon Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
District leaders have been hard at work behind the scenes attempting to find ways to maintain and even increase our momentum so we can do even more on behalf of students and educators. To that end, we're excited to announce that Avon Schools has recently won three competitive grants totaling over $500,000.