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

Two Seniors Bring Knitting Club to AHS

By Katie Munday | Fashion Editor A clacking of knitting needles may soon be heard echoing through the halls of the Advanced Learning Center. On Aug. 23, a new club will have its first meeting, introducing many new students to the art of knitting. Senior Caroline Wadley, cofounder of the club, decided to start the club after learning to knit from her mom last year. … Continue reading Two Seniors Bring Knitting Club to AHS

AP Calculus Teacher Mr. Anthony Record Takes The Stage in “The Foreigner”

    By Dia Gill | Web Editor-in-Chief These past two weekends, August 3-5 and August 10-12, AP Calculus AB/BC teacher Mr. Anthony Record performed in The Foreigner with the Hendricks Civic Theatre. Cast in the lead role, Mr. Record played Charlie Baker, a Londoner caught in the crossfires of prejudice in Georgia. The comedy chronicles Charlie pretending to be a foreigner, and the resulting … Continue reading AP Calculus Teacher Mr. Anthony Record Takes The Stage in “The Foreigner”

Meet Jason Wu: Taiwanese Foreign Exchange Student

By Emmagrace Brock | Reporter This past summer, junior Jason Yu flew 7,706 miles across the world to study at Avon High School. From Taiwan, Yu left behind the culture he’s known in order to learn a new one in Indiana.   Where did you live before coming to Avon? I lived in Taiwan. It is three times smaller than Indiana and has four times … Continue reading Meet Jason Wu: Taiwanese Foreign Exchange Student

Juniors Perform Together in String Quartet

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

Meet Ruhan Syed: President of DECA

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

Q&A with Basketball Coach Holloway

By Laura Ryle | Reporter What made you become a basketball coach? I played basketball. I went to Muncie Central, and at the time it was something everybody was doing. They loved their basketball, so I got into it and started playing. I wasn’t very good at first. There were some really good players on the team, so it motivated me to want to play … Continue reading Q&A with Basketball Coach Holloway

Q&A with Eurydice’s Delaney Butler

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