Avon Vs. HSE Football Game Preview

Josh Hartman | Sports Editor Avon and Hamilton Southeastern will battle it out in a rematch from last year’s 35-27 classic on Friday night, September 4, at the Hendricks Regional Health Stadium in Avon. Here are five things to watch for: Avon’s wide receivers versus HSE’s secondary is the matchup to watch The Orioles have eight receiving touchdowns through two games, and they are averaging … Continue reading Avon Vs. HSE Football Game Preview

Avon Fights COVID-19 with Anti-Bacterial Cleaning Product SaniTyze During the School Day

Mira Branham | Co Editor-in-Chief Coronavirus. COVID-19. Pandemic. These words have been swirling around since the virus appeared early this year, but what is being done at Avon High School to combat the spread of the virus, now that classes are back in session? According to Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Assistant Clinical Professor Cynthia Kaufman, the jury is … Continue reading Avon Fights COVID-19 with Anti-Bacterial Cleaning Product SaniTyze During the School Day

Q&A with Star Kicker Carson Holmer

Kyle Morgan | Reporter Q: Why did you start playing football? A: I started playing football because I could always kick a soccer ball very far and thought maybe I should try and transition to kicking a football.  Q: What are your goals for this season? A: My goals for this season are to go 9-0 in the regular season and then carry that on … Continue reading Q&A with Star Kicker Carson Holmer

AHS Students’ Thoughts on Hybrid Schedule

Mebele Onwuaduegbo | Reporter “I honestly enjoy the hybrid schedule. Class sizes seem less overwhelming, hallways are much less congested, and teaching seems to be more “one-on-one”. I do miss seeing some friends, but taking necessary precautions is important for the safety of students.” -Hayden Sawyer, 12 “There are some things I do like and some I don’t. I like that there’s still physical classes. … Continue reading AHS Students’ Thoughts on Hybrid Schedule

Teenage Essential Workers on the Front Lines during Global Pandemic

Elshadai Aberra | Web Editor-In-Chief Before this global pandemic, working at Chipotle did not feel essential to junior Morgan Wittenauer, and according to Wittenauer, it still doesn’t now. “It absolutely isn’t essential,” said Wittenauer. “You can make food at home.” With COVID-19 looming over not only America but the entire world, many businesses, workplaces, and schools have been shut down out of precaution, leaving essential … Continue reading Teenage Essential Workers on the Front Lines during Global Pandemic

Some Skip The Lunch Line, Some Wait for Bosco Sticks Each Thursday

Lexi Carmack | Reporter Junior Colton Niehus exits the Homestyle Line, his tray occupied by Bosco Sticks and a water. It’s an average Thursday lunch at Avon High School. Niehus, like many Avon students, buys his lunch almost every day of the week. “I prefer buying lunch because it’s easier to not have a lunch box to carry around,” Niehus said. Though the school offers a … Continue reading Some Skip The Lunch Line, Some Wait for Bosco Sticks Each Thursday

Keeping Up with the Clubs: Computer Science Honors Society

Kadijatu Balde | Reporter The amount of classes relating to computer science are starting to grow at AHS. From the AP Computer Science courses to the new Cyber Security class, the interest in computer science has been proven to be prominent. Now, some students at Avon have decided to further this interest by joining Avon’s new Computer Science Honor Society. The club first met in … Continue reading Keeping Up with the Clubs: Computer Science Honors Society

Keeping Up with the Clubs: Muslim Student Association (MSA)

Kadijatu Balde | Reporter With the diversity pool growing in Avon, it is important to make all students feel represented. For this purpose, a new club has been made at Avon called the Muslim Students Association. This club came from a few fellow friends who wanted to educate people about Islam. The president of MSA, Abdur Rahim Salim, said that there is a lot of misinformation about Islam … Continue reading Keeping Up with the Clubs: Muslim Student Association (MSA)

Bored During Quarantine? Click Here. (Opinion)

Elshadai Aberra | Managing Editor As the world faces a global pandemic and people worldwide are stuck in quarantine, our population is subject to boredom. Nowadays, it is easy to find yourself sitting at home, dull and motionless, but fear not as The Echo has a list of different media you can check out while stuck at home. Music Albums Bazzi, Soul Searching: This album, … Continue reading Bored During Quarantine? Click Here. (Opinion)