Newly Introduced Sushi Receives Positive Reviews From Students

By Tara Martin | Social Media Editor Get your wallets ready, AHS. It is that time of the year to pick up an another shift at work, be extra nice to parents, or even dip into your college fund because you’re going to need it. For $6.75, students can purchase sushi for lunch every Friday. The sushi is from Sushi Boss, a restaurant in downtown … Continue reading Newly Introduced Sushi Receives Positive Reviews From Students

Sophomores Nuhamin Demeku and Genesis Dyson Lead “A Touch of Hope” Fundraiser

By Katie Munday | Fashion Editor Imagine going to school without having access to basic materials, such as textbooks, pencils, or erasers. Kids in third world countries deal with this problem every single day. Sophomores Nuhamin Demeku and Genesis Dyson have decided to something about this epidemic by organizing a fundraiser to donate school supplies, money, and other essentials to Ethiopia, Haiti, Nicaragua, Honduras, and … Continue reading Sophomores Nuhamin Demeku and Genesis Dyson Lead “A Touch of Hope” Fundraiser

New Changes to the Spanish Honor Society Tutoring Program for the 2018-2019 School Year

By Dia Gill | Web Editor In Chief For any Avon Spanish student struggling with ser vs. estar, preterite conjugations, or pronunciation there is a community of upper-level Spanish students available to tutor every SRT. Members of the Spanish Honor Society are volunteering their SRTs to meet with students needing help.   The tutoring program is not new to Avon High School, but is changing for the 2018-2019 school year. In … Continue reading New Changes to the Spanish Honor Society Tutoring Program for the 2018-2019 School Year

Football Teams Beats HSE in 3rd Win of the Season

By Tara Martin | Social Media Editor The Avon Orioles varsity football team took on Hamilton Southeastern at home on Aug. 31 for their third game of the season. The Orioles won 29-6 against the 1-2 overall Royals. The undefeated Orioles now stand 3-0 overall. Junior Nick Birch said the student section is always exciting, win or lose. “It was so lit,” Birch said, “We … Continue reading Football Teams Beats HSE in 3rd Win of the Season

Freshman Cookout and Operation Football Share ALC Before Cheering On Orioles Against HSE

By Tara Martin | Social Media Editor Operation Football typically works outside, away from the freshmen cookout. The two events had to share the ALC cafeteria on Aug. 31 due to a chance of rain before Avon took on Hamilton Southeastern for their Friday night football game. Operation Football is a program started by WTHR-TV 25 years ago that covers high school football, cheerleaders, marching bands, and … Continue reading Freshman Cookout and Operation Football Share ALC Before Cheering On Orioles Against HSE

Sophomore Carson Cartwright Looks to Begin Fashion Club at AHS

By Katie Munday | Fashion Editor A new era of positivity and support in the fashion community is rising from the ashes of What Not to Wear and negative red carpet fashion reviews. This movement is spreading to Avon High School, with sophomore Carson Cartwright leading the charge to start a new fashion club. Cartwright was inspired to start a fashion-oriented club after being covered … Continue reading Sophomore Carson Cartwright Looks to Begin Fashion Club at AHS

Community Day Raises Money for Avon Marching Black and Gold

By Tara Martin | Social Media Editor   Scattered showers could never rain on the band’s parade. On Aug. 25, the Avon Marching Black and Gold put on another annual Community Day at Avon High School. Community Day involves members from all different areas of the community like the YMCA and the library, as well as booths set up by parents and silent auctions. The … Continue reading Community Day Raises Money for Avon Marching Black and Gold

Q&A With Teacher of the Year Mrs. Heather Meunier

By Brannigan Watson | Web Managing Editor Q: When were you presented the award? A: I was presented the award at our Back to School Celebration on the first day of school for teachers. Q: Were you expecting it? A: I was very surprised when I learned that I won this award. Q: Is there a process you go through like an application or are … Continue reading Q&A With Teacher of the Year Mrs. Heather Meunier

Meet The National Honor Society Officers

By Joseph Souza | Reporter Why did you want a leadership position in NHS?  Victoria Zinyemba: I wanted a leadership position because I thought it would be interesting, I’ve been a leader in other things, but NHS is a bit prestigious and I liked the idea of having more responsibility over my classmates [whom] I’ve known for such a long time. I wanted to be … Continue reading Meet The National Honor Society Officers