By Nathan Miller | Reporter This Valentine’s Day, The Echo interviewed Mr. and Mrs. Westman and Mr. and Mrs. Meunier on how they met and what it’s like working together. Advertisements Continue reading Married Teachers On What It’s Like Working With Their Spouses (VIDEO)
By Dia Gill | Web Managing Editor Since their freshman year, juniors Alex Spees, Hannah Simmon, Jenna Bradford and Alexis Willman have performed together as a string quartet. They are a chamber group made up of two violins, a viola and a cello, and are known as the Canzonetta Quartet. The idea for a quartet came from orchestra teacher Mr. Dean Westman, who encouraged his students to form such groups. “Mr. Westman … Continue reading Juniors Perform Together in String Quartet
By Nathan Miller | Reporter Avon High School’s United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund club, or UNICEF club, hosted their first meeting of the semester, centered on human trafficking, on January 30th. UNICEF, in its first year at Avon High School, has already covered issues like the Rohingya in Myanmar, human trafficking and even had their members call Indiana representatives encouraging funding for UNICEF. They … Continue reading UNICEF Club Raises Money For Kids Around the World
By Prabhvir Lakhan | Reporter Health Occupations Students of America, or HOSA, has been a club for four years, providing students with opportunities to prepare for medical professions. The club is sponsored by Mrs. Laura Jones-Archer, a chemistry and biomedical sciences teacher. HOSA is led by senior Jacey Karius as president, and seniors Ruhan Syed and Rut Patel as vice presidents. “The mission of HOSA … Continue reading Keeping Up With the Clubs: Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)
By Prabhvir Lakhan |Reporter What extracurriculars are you a part of? I am a part of DECA, HOSA, Model U.N., Econ Club, and [Ultimate Challenge Club]. How are you able to create time for all of of these clubs? Many of my clubs do not require too much of a time commitment, but when we do come around competition and conference season I just make … Continue reading Meet Ruhan Syed: President of DECA
By Dia Gill | Web Managing Editor Avon High School offers students a variety of experiences with foreign languages. These range from taking classes like Spanish, French, or Japanese to travelling abroad with teachers. For students enrolled in Spanish IV for AP Spanish, participating in Spanish Honor Society is also an option. Participation in the honor society comes with certain expectations and requirements. “Spanish Honor … Continue reading Keeping Up With The Clubs: Spanish Honor Society
By Tierra Harris | Web Editor-in-Chief The JAG (Jobs for America’s Graduates) program welcomes students of all different backgrounds and personalities who all have one initial goal: discovering themselves and their purpose for life after high school. Led by Ms. MaryAnne Abramson, students have been able to take a variety of field trips, listen to guest speakers and earn incentives for reaching goals. They have … Continue reading Keeping Up with the Clubs: What is JAG?
By Reece Westfall | Web Managing Editor On Saturday Nov. 11, actors and techies from Avon High School will be moving their show from the auditorium stage to Manchester University to compete in their Regional Thespian Conference. The cast is hoping that their section from the play, Eurydice, will take them from Regionals all the way to Internationals. Discover what happens behind the scenes from … Continue reading Q&A with Eurydice’s Delaney Butler
Brannigan Watson | Reporter Have you ever wondered how much the tall, buff football players eat each day? The Echo decided to find out with juniors Addison Batton and Dan Bowles. This is what we found out: Breakfast: The football team members said that they eat very different breakfast diets. “Sometimes I don’t eat, but sometimes I can eat 10 eggs or two bowls of … Continue reading How Much Do Football Players at AHS Eat?