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Health & Wellness

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We believe all students deserve a safe physical and emotional environment.

At Avon Schools, we want all of our students to succeed not only academically but socially, emotionally, and physically as well. So, our Health Services providers, counselors, and mental wellness staff partner with families/caregivers, educators, support staff members, and community providers to ensure our students are surrounded with what they need to thrive.

Feel free to browse through this page to learn how we support our students' health and wellness. If you have questions, need support, or want more information, please contact us.

School Nurses


Jennifer Denbrook
(317) 544-5000

Amy Gaddis
(317) 544-5000

Deborah Woernle
(317) 544-5000

AMS North

Kerry Tzib
(317) 544-5500

AMS South

Kimber Walters
(317) 544-5700

AIS East

Candy Beswick
(317) 544-5800

AIS West

Tracy Teipen
(317) 544-5900


Jane Akers
(317) 544-6200


Amber Walker
(317) 544-6300


Jackie Mace
(317) 544-6400

Pine Tree

Angie Hines
(317) 544-6500

River Birch

Leanne Jones
(317) 544-6800


Stacie Edwards
(317) 544-6600

White Oak

Julie Wade
(317) 544-6700

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How does social-emotional learning help students?

social emotional learning competencies

We support students as they build five core competencies: self-management, self-awareness, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making.  School counselors support these efforts by collaborating with teachers to deliver these lessons to students during the school week.  

ACSC firmly believes in educating the whole child. In order for a child to be available for learning experiences, they must first feel safe, regulated, and ready to interact socially with others.  Taking time to intentionally teach these social-emotional skills to our students will help prepare them for the best possible learning environment.

If you have questions or would like to learn more about social-emotional learning at ACSC, please reach out to your school counselor.

Parent/Caregiver Resources

Our Mission

School Nursing:  Hendricks Regional Health School Nurses work to improve the health of our students through the provision of high quality health care in a compassionate, technologically advanced, and efficient environment. 

Mental Wellness: We work to increase awareness, accessibility, and support to improve mental wellness as a school community. We do this through empowering students, strengthening the school-family partnership, and building supportive relationships to improve staff mental wellness.

Contact Us

Jennifer Foltz, RN
Director of School Nursing

Sarah Murphy, RN
School Nursing Coordinator

Krista Fay
Mental Wellness Coordinator

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