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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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If you want to learn more about Avon Schools, consider this your invitation to attend Coffee & Conversation with District Leaders at the Avon-Washington Township Public Library on Tuesday, April 4, at 6:30 pm.
Orchestra groups from AIS East, AIS West, AMS North, and AMS South all earned Gold ratings from the ISSMA organizational contest on March 10 and 11.
This year, two Avon High School Teachers won Teacher Creativity Fellowship Grants from the Lilly Endowment. Meet them and find learn about the adventures they're planning.
Maryam Beg was awarded as the top student TV anchor in the state of Indiana by the Indiana Association of School Broadcasters.
Dr. Seuss wasn't the only Dr. in Mrs. Craig's kindergarten classroom today. Dr. Wyndham joined the class and read Marvin K. Mooney Will You Please Go Now! with the silly-sock-clad class.
Avon High School Principal Matt Shockley is back with an update on the progress being made with the Making Room for More renovation and expansion project.
March is Disability Awareness Month. In recognition of the occasion, and in celebration of our incredible students of all abilities, Dr. Wyndham sat down for a conversation about the Avon High School Work Study Program.
Join us for Avon Education Foundation's 9th annual Monte Carlo Night. Come out this Saturday to support Avon educators.
In honor of its 50th reunion, the Avon High School Class of 1973 is hosting a Golf Fundraiser benefitting Avon Education Foundation. You're invited!
It's time to register for Avon All-Sports Camp. This camp gives girls and boys currently in grades 2-7 an opportunity to learn and compete to the best of their ability in baseball, softball, volleyball, basketball, lacrosse, soccer, and wrestling.
Congratulations to Avon World Guard and Avon Indoor. They both came home as Regional Champions at the WGI Regional in Chicago last weekend!
Avon Education Foundation is excited to invite students entering grades 1-8 to attend Broadway Kids Camp during the week of June 12-16.
Stop by the Avon Orange Leaf on Thursday, March 9, between noon and 9:00 pm. If you mention Avon TV, a portion of your purchase will go to support the work of our incredible Broadcasting students at Avon High School.
The Indiana Department of Education recently selected Hickory Elementary School 2nd Grade Teacher Bailey Gibson as an Emerging Leader in Education.
The American Legion honored two Maple Elementary School students for their achievements in Flag Education. They were honored at the February 13 American Legion meeting at Avon Post 145.
- AIS East
- AIS West
- AMS North
- AMS South
- All Belong Learn Grow
- From the Superintendent
- MLM Pantry
- Multilingual Learners
- Oriole Advocates
- Pine Tree
- River Birch
- Room For More
- Special Education
- Summer Camp
- Support Staff
- White Oak