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    Avon Intermediate School East       Phone:  317-544-5800
    174 S. St. Rd. 267                    Fax:    317-544-5801
    Avon, IN  46123
    School Hours: 9:00 - 3:50    Delay Day Hours: 10:00 - 3:50

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    Student Council needs parents to help supervise Smencil sales nextweek.  If you would be willing to volunteer, please follow the link belowto sign for times.  All proceeds will be used to purchase protective casesfor our new tablets.  We are anxious to put these tablets into use butwant them protected first. 


    Thank you in advance.

    Student Council


    To sign up, go to:

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    The Avon Education Foundation recently provided more than $11,000 to fund various reading, literacy and remediation programs in Avon schools, thanks to the community’s generous donations to AEF.  This school year, AEF allocated $500 per elementary and $1,000 per intermediate school for the "Sustaining, Differentiating, and Improving Literacy Instruction" program that enables principals andteachers to meet the unique literacy needs of each school's students.  Atthe middle school level, AEF has provided funding for the After School Assistance Program (ASAP) where teachers focus on improving students’ studyskills.

    Find out how AEF is supporting reading programs at your school by visiting our website

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    The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art held a contest for students this October called, “You Make It Happen.”  Students were to create works of art that reflected something that they learned about the American Southwest from social studies or history.  They had to interpret this information in the form of a unique or original piece of art.  Two of our students from Intermediate East won 2nd and 3rd place in the contest for their ceramic tile paintings of Native Americans.  They worked after school for several weeks to complete this assignment. Congratulations to these two talented young men:


    2nd Place: Kevin Rostam, 5th Grade, Avon Intermediate School East
    3rd Place: Darin Rostam, 5th Grade, Avon Intermediate School East



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  • AvonEducation Foundation awards $1265.98 to Avon teachers. 

    Congratulationsto all six AEF " Fast Track" grant recipients.   FastTrack grants are for classroom supplies or educational program support ofless than $250 and constitute the first round of grants approved by the Avon Education Foundation (AEF) during each semester.  Second round "traditional" grants may be for as much as $3000 per applicant and are currently under review by the AEF grants committee.  Certified staff in all 12 schools may apply.  In some cases, one award winner is reported but multiple buildings benefit.  For example, Maple Elementary's Ms. Samide is listed, but books purchased for the new Parent Book Club may benefit all elementary schools and parents who join the book club. Pictured here is Mr. Leake (Maple Elementary) with his students, just after telling them about the great books that would be purchased for them using AEF grant money.  They were so excited they stood up and clapped! Other grant winners include Avon High School's Mr. Osterman, Ms. Garland and Mrs. Rohrbach and AIS East's Ms. Fluharty.

    AEF connects private support to public education needs in the Avon community and is uniqueas the only non-profit (501c3) organization supporting academic needs in all 12 of Avon's public schools.  This is only possible throughtax-deductible donations to AEF.  Last year the Avon Education Foundation provided $66,257 in grant and educational support to Avon schools.  However, due to budget cuts, requests for assistance are already up this year which means meeting those needs, requests, and goals will only be possible with the help of others.  Tax-deductible donations to AEF are always welcome at 7203 E. US Hwy 36, Avon IN, 46123, are much appreciated, and will benefit literally thousands of Avon's public school children. Thank you! 

    Mrs. Fluharty received 227.07 for dictionary/thesaurus combination books entitled "The Class who Loved Words."

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  • Join the AIS East ListServe
    Keep up to date on all school functions and upcoming events.  We will also send our newletters using the ListServe. Click link on left to sign up.
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  • 2013-2014 School Calendar2013-2014

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         5th and 6th grade for 2013-2014.



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  • Immunization Requirements

    Avon Community School Corporation has added the 2013-14 Immunization Requirements quick reference guide to the District Health Services webpage Immunization Requirements for 2013-2014 School Year. Students must show the school proof of the required immunizations by the first day of school.  The  students with delinquent records will be excluded if their immunization records do not comply with the state required immunizations.  Parents may contact the building nurse with any questions.

    ·        New 5th grade requirements

    o   Students must have 2 varicella (chicken pox) vaccines

    ·        New 6th grade requirements

    o     2 varicella (chicken pox) vaccines

    o    1 Tdap (Tetanus. Diphtheria & pertussis)

    o    1 MCV (Meningococcal)



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District News

  • AHS Lip Dub AHS Video Goes Viral!

    Have you seen the new Avon High School lip dub video? It has gone viral on YouTube! Posted just this past weekend, the six-minute video has garnered nearly 150,000 views. It has been featured on the local news & radio stations as well as nationally on ABC World News Tonight, FOX News and Good Morning America. You can view it here: It is a fun collaboration featuring most of the AHS student body to raise awareness and funds for this weekend’s Riley Dance Marathon. If you would like to make a donation, please click:


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    AEF AEF Comedy Night Raises Funds for Avon Students


    There is still time to purchase your tickets for the Avon Education Foundation Comedy Night on Saturday, April 26th from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Duke Energy Center (Metropolis Plainfield). This hilarious evening, with entertainment provided by Comedy Sportz, will celebrate funds raised to support all Avon schools and kids in grades K-12.


    Click here to view the Oriole Auction, which begins inside each Avon school on Monday, April 21st. Be sure to check out some of the unique items that you can bid on. Visit the AEF website at: to purchase tickets. Tickets may also be purchased in person at the Avon Schools Administration Center (7203 East US HWY 36, Avon).

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  • Odyssey AHS Drama Tackles Epic Adventure
    The greatest adventure story of all time comes to the stage of The Hendricks Regional Performing Arts Center at Avon High School! “The Odyssey,” written by Homer and adapted for the stage by Thomas Hischak, will be performed by The Avon High School Center Stage Performers on April 24th, 25th and 26th at 7 p.m. and on April 27th at 2p.m. This production will be performed in a lively, theatrical fashion that will enthrall audiences of all ages. Tickets are $7 and may be purchased at the door. Contact Director Lori Riley for more information at or at 317-544-5000.

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  • 2014-15 Calendar Survey

    After a very unusual winter, we are seeking input from students, staff, and parents about possible minor revisions to the already approved, already published 2014-15 school calendar.  
    The existing 2014-15 calendar allows for two snow make-up days:
                Monday, January 19, 2015 (Martin Luther King Day)
                Monday, February 16, 2015 (Presidents' Day) 
    If more than two make-up days are needed, they would be added to the end of the year.
    (This year we had five make-up days.  One was waived, two made up on the above holidays, and two will be made up on June 2nd and 3rd.)
    Please provide your opinion about possible changes to the 2014-15 calendar:

    This survey will be active, online from April 7 to April 21st, 2014.  Upon review of the results, the administration and Board may consider changes to the 2014-15 calendar.


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    AEF Accepting Resumes for Executive Director Position
    The Avon Education Foundation is seeking a dynamic, leadership focused professional to fill its Executive Director position upon the retirement of Pam DeWeese. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 25, 2014. For duties, qualifications and additional information, interested candidates should visit the AEF website at

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  • Seedlings Seedlings Preschool Registration Now Open
    The Avon Seedlings Preschool registration for the 2014-2015 school year is open. The program will be housed at White Oak Elementary and is open to children or grandchildren of ACSC employees as well as preschool students living in the Avon School district. Please visit the Student Enrollment page at to view the Seedlings brochure, calendar and registration form. 
    In order to register your child/grandchild for the program, bring the completed registration form and the $150 registration fee to the front office at White Oak Elementary between the hours of 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. If you have any questions, please contact Annette Patchett at White Oak Elementary (317-544-6700) or Amy Roberts at the Administration Building (317-544-6072).


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  • US Scholars U.S. Presidential Scholars Candidates

    AHS Class of 2014 Seniors Parker Haviza (left) and Nicholas Fales (right) have been selected as candidates for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. This is the second year in a row that AHS has had at least one candidate (in 2013, Mikala Hillis was a candidate and advanced to semifinalist status). Candidates are identified based on their SAT and/or ACT scores. The program was established to recognize some of our nation's most distinguished graduating seniors.


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  • Lisa Kern AHS Teacher Receives Lilly Endowment Teacher Creativity Fellowship
    Congratulations to AHS Science Teacher, Mrs. Lisa Kern, for being awarded a $10,000 Lilly Endowment Grant. 

    Now in its 27th year, the Endowment’s Teacher Creativity Fellowship Program continues to provide time, financial support and encouragement for Indiana educators to attend to their own intellectual and emotional health. This renewal enables them to engage and motivate their students even more effectively.

    Mrs. Kern’s summer renewal experience is titled “Traveling Through Space and Time: Across North America in 1.8 Billion Years.” With this grant she will investigate geology in Nebraska, Utah, California, Arizona and New Mexico; post videos, photos and narrative to a video log this summer. 

    Mrs. Kern joins ­­­an elite group of former Avon Lilly Endowment recipients:

    2005: Mollie Gregory (AHS-retired; Language Arts)
    2009: Paul Haiducu (Two-time winner/AHS; Physics)
    2010: Chad Seals (AHS-former teacher; Spanish)
    2010: Michelle Rollings (Avon Intermediate School-East; Art)
    2011: Gwynn Wills (Avon Intermediate School-East; Autism Consultant)
    2013: Lisa Guthrie (Avon Middle School-South; Math)
    2014: Lisa Kern (AHS; Science)

    Following is a link with more information about Lilly Endowment and the winners:
    (Photo courtesy of Ardea Photo)

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  • Natl Merit Finalists Five AHS Students Named as National Merit Finalists
    Five AHS Students have been named as Finalists in the 2014 National Merit® Scholarship Program. This is the highest number of students named for Avon. In addition, six students were named as Commended in this competition. The Finalists are: Parker Haviza, Nicholas Fales, Luke Brown, Veronica Blair and Mark Bode (Pictured: seated l-r). The Commended students are: Nate Briggs, Hannah Boyd, Daniel Blackburn, Jay Hankins, Gregory Sprout and Will Pirino (Pictured: standing l-r with Principal Matt Shockley).

    National Merit Scholarship winners of 2014 will be announced beginning in April and conclude in July. These scholarship recipients will join more than 300,000 other distinguished young people who have earned the Merit Scholar title.

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