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School News

  • AMSN School Day:  7:45-2:35
    Office Hours: 7:00-3:30 
    All visitors must enter through Door 1 on the west side of our building, and sign in at the front office. All other doors remain locked during the school day.  Students may enter the building beginning at 7:25am each day. 

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    Please help support Avon Middle School North by registering your Kroger card at krogercommunityrewards.com

    All you have to do is shop at Kroger and swipe your Plus Card to earn money for our school


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  • Food Drive begins November 30

    Beginning on November 30th Avon Middle School North will be teaming up with a local food pantry to help provide food items to Avon families in need.  What can you do?  Each day, for two weeks, we will be bringing in items to donate. We are asking all to donate items that are non-perishable and in non-glass containers.  Items we have collected in the past include cereal, peanut butter, canned vegetables, canned meats, soup, rice, beans, and baby food.  Our goal as a school is to bring in one food item per student and staff in our building. That is only 800 items!  Please help North Knock Out Hunger and show students that we are one community.


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  • Reminder - you must submit your child's School Messenger permission form to remain on our call list for non-emergency messages. Forms are due to your child's FLEX teacher no later than November 30. Beginning December 1, anyone who hasn't given written permission will only receive emergency calls from the school.

    If you need a copy of this form, click HERE


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  • Upcoming Important Dates:


    November 26 & 27 - Thanksgiving Break

    December 2 - Professional Development, one-hour delay

    December 2 - Orchestra Concert (6:30pm)

    December 3 - Orchestra - Midwest Preview Show

    December 8 - Choir Concert (6:30pm)

    December 10 - Band Concert (6:30pm)

    December 21-January 4 - Winter Break

    January 5 - Teacher Record Day - No School

    January 6 - Professional Development, one-hour delay


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  • 8th grade students were given information on Tuesday, November 17, regarding Job Shadowing. Our goal is to have all 8th grade students participate in this experience in January. Forms are due back to FLEX teachers no later than January 8.

    If you need an additional copy of the form, click HERE


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  • Yearbook orders - we now offer online sales for yearbooks. Please visit the website below to reserve your copy. Yearbooks are $25. If you would prefer to pay cash or check, please contact the main office.
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  • After School Homework Help
    Homework Help begins Sept. 2 Our Afterschool Homework Help program meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school in the cafeteria. If you would like more information, please contact Mrs. Matthews at GBMatthews@avon-schools.org. Parents will need to fill out a permission form for their student. You can find the form on the Parent Information and Student Forms page, or click HERE

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  • Homework Requests

    Homework Request Policy
    If you student has been absent for three (3) or more consecutive days, and you would like to request homework, please do so before 7:45am on the third day of absence. Requested homework can be picked up in the Guidance Office between 3:00-3:30pm. If you are looking for assignments before the third day of absence, your child can login to his/her Schoology account.

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  • Target: Take Charge of Education
    TARGET TCOE Avon Middle School North has registered for the Target Take Charge of Education program. If you have a Target Visa or Debit Card, you can register your card with Target. Just go to www.target.com/tcoe and find our school. AMSN's ID number is 153421.
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Athletic News

  • Winter Event Schedule

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  • Travel Release Consent Form
    If your student athlete will not be riding the school provided transportation, please sign the Contest Travel Release for each event. This form can be found HERE or on the Athletic Forms page. If you have questions, please contact Mr. Keller, or your child's coach.  

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District News

  • Avon Middle School North and South Students Chosen for Indiana All-Region Junior Band

    Seven students from Avon Middle School North and eight students from Avon Middle School South were nominated to be a part of the 35th Annual Indiana All-Region Junior High Band. This special band consists of students from 22 schools around Metro-Indianapolis. These students were selected from among 250 students nominated by their band directors.

    Following several rehearsals, the students performed in a special concert in November at Brownsburg High School. The performers were led by guest conductor Mr. Daniel Pritchett, the long-time band director of Valparaiso High School Bands. Students played approximately six tunes in varying styles and genres ranging from concert marches to Broadway musical selections.

    AMS-North student Lexi Narvell was also selected to participate last year. Congratulations to all of our students for being nominated to be a part of this prestigious group. 

    Jr Band North

    AMS-North Students (left to right): Noah Schenk: Baritone; Lexi Narvell: Clarinet; Jui Desai: Flute; Grace Crosier: Oboe; Amber Hatfield: Clarinet; Samantha Heitert: French Horn; Olivia Purcell: Tuba

    JR Band South

    AMS-South Students (left to right): Evan Grothen: Alto Sax; Cameron Hofbauer: Clarinet; Matthew Barton: Clarinet; Ashlyn Mirise: Flute; Breanna Fenrick: Trombone; Emily Sanders: Bass Clarinet; Sophia Trinkle: Percussion; Lyndsi Fenrick: Percussion



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  • Speak Up

    Join the conversation about the use of technology for learning through Speak Up, a National Research Project. Since 2003, nearly 4 million K-12 education stakeholders have participated in the annual online surveys. As a key stakeholder, Speak Up provides parents, students and teachers with a mechanism for expressing their views to the administrators at their child(ren)’s school and district about key issues impacting their child(ren)'s education. Click here for more information or To “Speak Up,” simply visit speakup2015 to take the survey.  Students will be required to enter in the secret word: orioles to access the survey.


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  • Avon Schools to Receive a Grant for Propane School Buses

    ACSC is pleased to receive a grant from the IN Office of Energy Development (OED)! We will receive $33,414 and plan to purchase eight school buses that will go into service next year. Please see the OED news release below for additional information.

    November 5, 2015

    Media Contact:
    Ben Kenney, bekenney@idoa.in.gov

    Indiana schools receive state grant for propane school buses
    Seven public school corporations to add 49 propane-fueled school buses

    INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Office of Energy Development (OED) today announced that seven Indiana public school corporations will receive $275,430 from the OED’s 2015 Indiana Propane School Bus (PSB) grant program.

    This is OED’s first grant specifically dedicated to propane school buses. The participating schools will benefit from propane school buses in a variety of ways, including decreasing schoolchildren’s exposure to harmful particulate matter, lowering maintenance costs through the use of a cleaner burning fuel and increasing fuel diversity.

    The winning school corporations include:
    • Avon Community School Corporation
    • DeKalb County Central United School District
    • Metropolitan School District of Warren Township
    • Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township
    • North Spencer County School Corporation
    • Tippecanoe School Corporation
    • Warrick County School Corporation

    “Improved engine technologies have made propane a low-cost option for Indiana’s school bus fleet,” said OED Director Tristan Vance. “At OED, we believe that propane is a promising alternative fuel for school buses because it is widely available, even in rural areas, and traditionally costs less than diesel or gasoline.”

    OED intends for recipients to track their miles driven, fuel usage and cost savings for one year after the buses are first put in use. This data can help the recipients and their communities and peers to better understand their fueling options.

    PSB projects must involve the purchase of a minimum of two new propane school buses. The winning schools must have access to propane fueling infrastructure or show that they will have access if they are awarded a grant. OED expects participants to demonstrate their need for this project and how this project will benefit the applicant’s school corporation.

    Quarterly reports, including expenditures and fuel savings, will be due to OED starting January 2016 and occur for one year.

    For more information about OED visit: http://www.in.gov/oed/


    Propane Buse


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  • ACSC School Menus Now Available Online & Via Mobile App

    All of Avon Community School Corporation menus (breakfast and lunch) are now online and also available via smart phone app. By visiting www.avon-schools.nutrislice.com you will find detailed menu information including:

    • Pictures and Descriptions
    • Nutrition Information
    • Allergen Information
    • Carb Counts
    • Interactive Features

    The app can be downloaded via Google Play or at the App Store.


    School lunch




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  • Seven AHS Students Commended in the 2016 National Merit® Scholarship Program

    Avon High School Principal Matt Shockley announced that Andrew Brown, Zachary Butler, Paige Hankins, Samuel Heath, Caroline Nickolaus, Liza Russell and Alexandra Short have been named as Commended Students in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program. This ties for the most (seven) students at this level in school history! A Letter of Commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, was presented to these scholastically talented seniors.

    About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise. Although they will not continue in the 2016 competition for the National Merit Scholarship awards, Commended Students placed among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2016 competition by taking the 2014 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®).


    *(Photographed left to right:  Liza Russell, Caroline Nickolaus, Paige Hankins, Andrew Brown, Samuel Heath, Alexandra Short, and Zachary Butler.)  



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  • Hoernemann

    Special Announcement from the Avon School Board of Trustees

    The Avon School Board of Trustees is excited and proud to announce that the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents has named Dr. Margaret (Maggie) Hoernemann as the Indiana Superintendent of the Year!

    “As John C. Maxwell said, ‘a leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way.’ Dr. Hoernemann is truly an impactful school leader who is centered on this path,” stated Board President Anne Engelhardt. “We are pleased that she is being honored by her peers.”

    Dr. Hoernemann has a great administrative team, dedicated staff and strong community supporting her efforts to help our students stay excited and excel in education.

    Please join us in congratulating Dr. Hoernemann!





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  • Natl Merit 2015

    Six AHS Students Named as Semifinalists in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program

    Officials of National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced the names of approximately 16,000 Semifinalists in the 61st annual National Merit Scholarship Program. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,400 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $32 million that will be offered next spring. The AHS students are: Samantha Branham, Michael Campbell, Alyssa Corpus, Alyssa Fales, Angelina Shi and Brady Zeller.

    To be considered for a Merit Scholarship® award, Semifinalists must fulfill several requirements to advance to the Finalist level of the competition. About 90 percent of the Semifinalists are expected to attain Finalist standing, and about half of the Finalists will win a National Merit Scholarship, earning the Merit Scholar® title.

    NMSC, a not-for-profit organization that operates without government assistance, was established in 1955 specifically to conduct the annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Scholarships are underwritten by NMSC with its own funds and by approximately 440 business organizations and higher education institutions that share NMSC’s goals of honoring the nation’s scholastic champions and encouraging the pursuit of academic excellence.

    National Merit Scholarship winners of 2016 will be announced in four nationwide news releases beginning in April and concluding in July. These scholarship recipients will join more than 315,000 other distinguished young people who have earned the Merit Scholar title.

    (**Students pictured left to right: Brady Zeller; Michael Campbell; Angelina Shi; Alyssa Fales; Alyssa Corpus and Samantha Branham)



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  • Substitute Teachers Needed at ACSC
    Avon Community School Corporation is accepting applications for Guest Teachers (Substitutes) for the 2015-16 academic year. Applicants must have a minimum of twenty (20) credits from an accredited college/university OR related experience in an educational setting with a high school diploma.

    Highly motivated individuals are encouraged to apply via the Applitrack application system located on the Avon Community School Corporation Human Resources home page:  http://avon-schools.org/Page/9708. Salary Benefits: $75 for a whole day and $40 for a half day. 


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  • Microsoft Office is Available at No Cost to Avon Students and Staff
    Avon Community School Corporation is pleased to offer Microsoft Office 2013 Pro for all staff and students at no cost. Staff and students may install the Microsoft Office Suite on up to five personally owned computers or devices.  Licenses of the installed product remain active as long as the licensee is affiliated with Avon Schools and is eligible to maintain an active Office 365 for schools account. Here is the link with instructions to install the program.

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