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The stories below are a representation of the wonderful things happening in Avon Schools. From the preschoolers in our Early Learning Center to graduating seniors at Avon High School, from dedicated support staff to skilled administrators, from incredible substitute teachers to expert educators, Avon Schools is a place where all belong, learn, and grow.
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During a recent Community and Business Leader Luncheon hosted by ACSC Superintendent Dr. Wyndham at AIS East, Sarah O'Brien and several of her students shared about their experiences in the Family Book Club.
Avon Choirs put in a dominant performance at the Mooresville Spotlighter Invitational over the weekend. Chamber Singers, Attraction, and Accents all won and several individuals were recognized.
Their topic was 'How to Change the World with Optimism', and three Avon High School students delivered. Meet the young women who earned first-, second-, and third-place awards.
Three Pine Tree Elementary students recently performed with hundreds of Indiana area 4th through 6th grade students at the Circle the State with Song Festival.
[UPDATE] The AHS Speech & Debate Team won sectionals and 38 students will compete at State on March 9. Join Dr. Wyndham as he has a conversation with dedicated AHS educators and Speech & Debate Team co-leaders Linda Langford and Devin Noyes, and three impressive students, Aissatou, Kate, and Liam.
Big O has been a familiar sight on Avon High School's sidelines and baselines. His commitment to his beloved Orioles, his warm spirit, and his harrowing story have caught the attention of the IndyStar.
Two Avon High School graduates — Briana Begeman and Michaela De Palmo — have been chosen to serve as 500 Festival Princesses for the months leading up to the 108th running of the Indianapolis 500 this Memorial Day weekend.
If you're a student who loves Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) and you'll enter grades 3-8 in the fall, Summer STEM Camp is for you!
The IHSAA officially sanctions 20 girls and boys varsity sports, two unified sports, and two emerging sports. One as-of-yet unsanctioned sport is drawing a lot of attention here in Avon. Rugby is surging.
AEF exists to support creativity, innovation, and excellence within Avon Schools. They recently awarded 21 Helping Hands Grants to Avon educators. Meet the recipients and find out how they plan to use their awards.
Students have a special opportunity to support innovation, creativity, and excellence in our classrooms by participating in Hats Off to AEF Day, Friday, March 8. Students who bring a $1 donation can wear a hat to school.
Plan to attend Monte Carlo Night on April 27. This annual fundraising event will help to fund the programs and projects that extend the curriculum and help bring learning to life in Avon Schools.
Writing skill has earned well-deserved accolades for an Avon Intermediate School West student. She recently won an essay contest put on by the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Help the Mary Lee Maier Community Pantry make sure an Avon student and their family have enough food in their pantry during spring break by filling a supplied box with kid-friendly, non-perishable food items.
In Avon Schools, we are grateful for the incredible support we receive, not only from our 11,000 students' families, but from community and business leaders, senior citizens, religious leaders, and more.
- AIS East
- AIS West
- All Belong Learn Grow
- AMS North
- AMS South
- AMS West
- From the Superintendent
- MLM Pantry
- Multilingual Learners
- Oriole Advocates
- Pine Tree
- River Birch
- Room For More
- Special Education
- Summer Camp
- Support Staff
- White Oak