We assembled the posts on this page to give you a representation of the wonderful things that are going on in Avon Schools. From the preschoolers in our Early Learning Center to the seniors preparing to graduate, from our dedicated support staff to our skilled administrators, from our incredible substitute teachers to our expert educators, Avon Schools is a place where all belong, learn, and grow.
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Ashlee Kimmell is taking a group of students from her AIS West Mindful Artists club to present at the Butler University Educational Neuroscience Symposium on February 19.
Dr. Wyndham talks with Avon High School junior and senior Jasmine Diallo and Summer Adkins about a wide range of topics: their school experiences, the upcoming renovation and expansion, being a student during COVID and more.
Consider registering your child for Camp Invention, a confidence-boosting STEM summer camp where kids build creative inventions and lasting friendships.
Are you looking for an opportunity to make a positive impact in the community and gain valuable experience? It's time to Sub In! Substitute Teachers are MVPs in Avon Schools.
Two heroes, John Essex and Elijah Norwood, recently revealed their identities when they signed up to become substitute teachers the school their children attend.
Learn more about the Avon High School renovation and expansion project by attending one of two community meetings.
Avon High School senior Summer Adkins won one of three Lilly Endowment Scholarships awarded this year to class of '22 students from Hendricks County schools.
At the January 10 meeting, the Avon Board of School Trustees recognized several outstanding Sycamore Elementary students.
The Avon Board of School Trustees honored the Avon Marching Black and Gold for yet another success-laden season at their meeting on January 10.
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Duke Energy employees and their families will help prepare food baskets at the Mary Lee Maier Community Pantry.
Welcome to The Library Minute. This week, a student at Avon Middle School South shares her review of The Hunger Games.
Haylee Hatchett, who recently became a National Board-Certified Teacher, believes every student deserves to have a highly effective teacher.
Dr. Wyndham talks with Principal Matt Shockley and Assistant Principal Frank Meyer about the rationale for the upcoming renovation and expansion project at Avon High School.
Pine Tree Elementary School students are learning about a variety of cultures and experiencing the holidays from new perspectives at the Winter Holiday Extravaganza.
Dr. Wyndham has been selected as a '21 Superintendent to Watch. He and 19 other US superintendents were honored for their innovative and effective use of technology to engage and inform the school community.
Several Avon administrators joined five students, their friends, and their family members as they graduated from Harris Academy on Wednesday, December 15.
Congratulations to Jasmine Diallo, Josh Heitert, Katherine Langford, and Roshan Patel for being named Rising Stars of Indiana by the Indiana Association of School Principals.
At the December 13 meeting, the Avon Board of School Trustees recognized Avon Middle School North students who their teachers nominated as outstanding.
Local healthcare organizations are offering COVID-19 vaccine clinics for all ages in the coming days and weeks.
Welcome to The Library Minute. This week, a student at Avon Middle School North shares his review of Monday's Not Coming.
Pine Tree Elementary has earned recognition as a National Title I Distinguished School on the basis of outstanding student academic achievement.
Dr. Wyndham sits down for a conversation about growth and development in Avon and Washington Township with Town of Avon Town Manager Ryan Cannon.
Eighteen students from AMS North, AMS South, and AIS East earned the honor of participating in the All-Region Junior High Orchestra.
Five Avon Middle School North students earned the honor of participating in the 42nd annual Indiana All-Region Junior High Band.
Three AMS South students earned spots in this year's Indiana Junior High All State Orchestra.
Avon Schools has been selected to participate in an exclusive pilot program for a national school safety initiative called Project Unite.
On November 17, a group of young men and women from the Future Leaders of Tomorrow group at Avon Middle School South demonstrated their leadership by serving.
Welcome to The Library Minute. This week, a student at Avon Intermediate School East shares his review of Alex Rider Skeleton Key.
Parents and caregivers of students with disabilities, mark your calendars for March 1, 2022, and plan to attend the Westside Secondary Transition Council's 2022 Transition Fair.
With Thanksgiving coming up, we take a break from our normal conversations and invite you into some of our classrooms to hear what makes Avon's students and educators grateful.
Learn more about AHS student enrollment and growth predictions, portable classrooms at Intermediate East and West, the Teacher and Support Staff of the Year, Baby and Golden Oldie Orioles, and more.
Welcome to the first installment of The Library Minute. This week, a student at River Birch Elementary shares his review of Counting on Katherine.
The Avon High School Teen Republicans welcomed Indiana Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch to their meeting on Wednesday, November 17.
If a picture tells a thousand words, this group of Cedar Elementary students and their Art Teacher, Mrs. Stenftenagel, spoke volumes.
When Dru Pearcy heard a challenge to turn the adversity of the pandemic into something that would bring light and hope into the world, she decided to write a book.
The Mary Lee Maier Community Pantry is entering into the busiest season of the year. Please note the pantry's holiday hours.
Five words are immediately recognizable to marching band fans across the United States: Avon Marching Black and Gold.
Dr. Wyndham has a conversation with Indiana State Senator John Crane at the end of his "wonderfully difficult experience" as Avon High School Principal-for-a-Day.
When Avon-Washington Township residents receive the November issue of Avon Magazine, they’ll be greeted by the smiling face of Avon graduate Jared Baker.
Twelve Avon High School students were selected as College Board African American and Hispanic Recognition Program Awardees!
The Avon High School Speech and Debate team has earned significant recognition for its 2020-21 school year successes from the National Speech & Debate Association.
Avon High School Latino students gathered recently for a luncheon to learn about the November 6 virtual Latino Education Summit and College & Career Fair.
The Avon Community Heritage Festival is calling for submissions for a special coloring book for distribution at the annual Tree Lighting.
In recognition of National Principals Month, Dr. Wyndham sat down for a conversation with three of our outstanding principals who have been recognized for their incredible work over the last year.
We received great news about the academic successes of '19 and '20 AHS graduates at a recent AP/SAT CollegeBoard workshop.
Rise is a reading and mentorship group for 6th-grade girls that will meet this fall at AIS West under the dynamic leadership of AHS student Katherine Langford.
If you need anything during the break, the Administration Center will be open on weekdays from 7:30 am-4:00 pm. Visit the website or contact us at (317) 544-6000.
In recognition of National Bullying Prevention Month, Dr. Wyndham has a conversation about bullying with School Safety Coordinator Deb Swain-Bayless and Chief Chase Lyday of the Avon Schools Police Department.
Have you ever felt under-equipped and overwhelmed by the responsibility of keeping your kids safe online? If so, join us.
Although they will be entirely unaware, students will return to schools that are even safer and more secure than ever when they return from fall break on Monday, October 25.
Several Avon Schools administrators and educators shared recordings of themselves reading a selection of children's books by Hispanic authors and about Hispanic characters. Our elementary students loved reading along.
Five Avon High School students and one '21 graduate have been named 2022 Commended Students by the National Merit® Scholarship Program.
Several Maple Elementary students, along with Principal Nikki Harrison, Assistant Principal Melissa McCollum, and educators Steph Duda and Sarah Tuttle, presented their recent STEM experiences to the Board of School Trustees at their October 4 meeting.
We're providing this information to keep parents and caregivers updated about required and recommended school immunizations, flu shots, and the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Avon High School Student Government invites you to enjoy candy, activities, and fun at Trunk or Treat.
The Avon Education Foundation's Annual Breakfast is back, and you're invited. Join us as we say 'thank you' to our sponsors, partners, teachers, principals, and administrators.
Attention parents and caregivers: Be sure to place our scheduled e-learning day for the 2021-22 school year—November 2—on your calendars.
AHS seniors enjoyed Senior Kickback on September 16. The day gave them a chance to build unity and pride and to reflect on their legacy at AHS.
More than 750 Avon High School juniors spent a day caring for the community last week, volunteering their time and talent across Avon and Washington Township.
Dr. Wyndham, Principal Nikki Harrison, first grade teachers Andrea McCord and Julie Stevens, and fourth grade students Tiffany and Camden talk about the now complete construction and renovation project at Maple Elementary.
Your commitment to monitoring COVID-19 symptoms and taking appropriate action will help us further diminish the impact of COVID-19 in our schools and community.
Avon's elementary students are enjoying 'College Go Week' during the week of September 20-24. It gave them an opportunity to dream and plan for the future.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have worked hard to maintain a balance between 'an abundance of caution' and maintaining 'normalcy'. Here's an update on how we're doing.
While enrollment continues growing steadily in Avon Schools, the numbers are surging in one important demographic—students who speak English as a second language. Our English Language (EL) team is expanding to meet the need.
This year, for the first time, STEM is one of the specials the 3,500 students in our six elementary schools get to experience each week alongside Music, Gym, and Art.
Avon High School '21 salutatorian Jacob Mills became a junior at Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) before he even stepped onto their Chicago campus. How's that possible?
Join Dr. Wyndham and two Avon educators, Steph Duda and Sarah Tuttle, as they sit down for a conversation about the work they’re doing to provide rich, hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) experiences for all 3,500 elementary students in our school district.
Would you like to learn more about Avon Schools and help us amplify the good news about what is happening in our schools? Apply to become an Oriole Advocate.
We're excited to celebrate the heritage of hundreds of Avon students and staff during Hispanic Heritage Month, from September 15 to October 15.
Please take a moment to review this map of Avon High School. It illustrates the traffic patterns you'll need to utilize after AHS Varsity Football vs Brownsburg on September 10, 2021.
One of my favorite things to do as Superintendent of Avon Schools is to spend time in our schools. The interactions I'm privileged to have with our incredible students and dedicated employees never fail to leave me inspired and hopeful.
Dr. Wyndham sits down for a conversation about professional development work in Avon and the impact of these initiatives on student achievement with ACSC's Directors of Teaching and Learning, Dr. Dustin LeMay and Carrie Alday.
Join us at AHS this Saturday from 4:30-7:30 pm for an evening packed with fun and support the AHS Marching Black and Gold. Admission is $5 per person.
Students and staff at Avon High School received an unordinary interruption to their school day on Wednesday. A huge thunderstorm moved through the area at noon causing 25-year-old systems at AHS to become overwhelmed.
With COVID cases on the rise, Hendricks Regional Health will open a temporary walk-in vaccine clinic this week to help protect the community and to keep students in school.
At the ACSC Back-To-School Celebration on July 27, we celebrated three notable Avon educators. Our annual “Baby Oriole Just Hatched” award goes to the person who was most recently hired, and we recognize the people who have the longest tenure in Avon Schools, our “Golden Oldie Orioles.”
The Indiana Department of Health has changed the Hendricks County COVID-19 Advisory Level from Yellow to Orange. Let's help protect one another and slow the spread by keeping these tips in mind.
Meet the Avon Schools 2021 Support Staff of the Year Sharol Todd.
At Monday's meeting of the Avon Board of School Trustees, the Board recognized Avon's Teacher of the Year Michael Brooks and Support Staff of the Year Sharol Todd for their outstanding contributions to Avon Schools.
AHS student Laniya Simon was chosen to be a special guest and presenter at a recent Project AWARE Mental Health Roundtable at the Indiana Statehouse.
This year, the Avon High School Athletic Department will be selling All-Sport Passes and single event tickets.
To provide a safe and family friendly environment at Avon High School athletic events, please abide by the policies in our 2021-22 Fan Guide.
Please take a moment to review this map of Avon High School. It illustrates the traffic patterns you'll need to utilize after AHS Varsity Football games.
Are you looking for a rewarding, flexible career and a chance to make a lasting impact in the community? If so, you could Be ALL IN with Avon Schools.
This year #AVONISALLIN. All of our educators and support staff are all in for all of our 10,300 students and their families.
Meet the Andy Mohr Automotive/Avon Schools 2021 Teacher of the Year Michael Brooks.
Mr. Brooks is the 2021 Avon Teacher of the Year. Mr. Brooks teaches Math at Avon Middle School South but his impact as an educator extends far beyond the classroom.
For the first time, Avon Schools recognized Support Staff of the Year. Sharol Todd, Custodian at Maple Elementary, is our inaugural winner.
Trenton Heim won the 2021 Robert S Hinshaw Mental Attitude Award in Boys Track & Field from the IHSAA.
Lisa Kern is being recognized as a state finalist for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) for 2021.
It’s hard to believe the start of school is just a few days away. We’ve been working hard this summer to ensure that we are ready for the start of the 2021-22 school year.
Avon Schools earned an award of excellence in publications and digital media from the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) for the 1st Semester COVID-19 Impact Infographic it released last December.
AHS student Trenton Heim is the 2021 Robert S. Hinshaw Mental Attitude Award winner in Boys Track & Field. Congratulations, Trenton.
Years from now, when we look back, I hope we'll get to say this was the first "normal" school year after the COVID-19 pandemic, the year we got to return to all we know and love about school. I couldn't be more excited for what this year has in store for all of us.
We got to celebrate Orioles—several Avon High School grads with incredible academic achievements—at the June 14 meeting of the Board of School Trustees.
The Avon Board of School Trustees honored 28 employees who are retiring this month. Our 28 retirees have amassed a total of 509 years of experience and we are extremely grateful for their investment in Avon Schools.
ACSC School Resource Officer (SRO) Terance Smith is the 2021 National Association of School Resource Officers Region 5 SRO of the Year.
n this episode of the Orioles In-The-Know podcast, Dr. Wyndham has a conversation with three members of the AHS class of 2021.
Dr. Wyndham has a conversation with AHS Performing Arts Department Chair and Director of Orchestras Dean Westman and two of the Chamber Players: junior Abby Heck and senior Sam Crook.
Long before I became superintendent last summer, I was proud to be an Avon Oriole. I thought I was proud then, but I’m really proud now!
As my tenure as superintendent begins, I am thankful for many things. ... I am grateful to all who have contributed to plans for school reopening on Wednesday, July 29.
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