Sophomore Gideon Thomas Is Taking AP Calculus AB

By Prabhvir Lakhan | Reporter At Avon High School, students take calculus as juniors and seniors. However, Gideon Thomas, a sophomore, is taking AP Calculus AB this year. “I think it’s a challenge for myself, and I can see how well I can do in a harder class,” said Thomas. In the fifth grade, Thomas got a 303 on the math NWEA. This allowed him … Continue reading Sophomore Gideon Thomas Is Taking AP Calculus AB

Members of Student Government Attend Ted Wiese Leadership Training

      By Emmagrace Brock | Reporter The annual Ted Wiese Leadership Training took place in the upper gymnasium during school on Tuesday, August 29 at Avon High School. All Student Government members were invited to this conference in order to better themselves and their part in the leadership roles they’ve taken on. They spent the day completing group activities under the guidance of motivational speaker Ted Wiese. Sophomore class … Continue reading Members of Student Government Attend Ted Wiese Leadership Training

This Month In Politics: Students Respond to Charlottesville Riots

  By Dia Gill | Web Managing Editor Earlier this month a Unite the Right rally in Virginia spiraled into violent protests, the death of one woman, and injuries in over thirty people. The rally occurred on August 12, in the college town of Charlottesville. Hundreds flocked to the site of the rally bearing Ku Klux Klan and Nazi symbols in the form of flags and clothing. They were met with opposition from counter-protesters. The groups became violent and one … Continue reading This Month In Politics: Students Respond to Charlottesville Riots

Opinion: A Higher Class Rank Is the Key to Future Success

By Prabhvir Lakhan | Reporter My parents have always told me that I need to have a high-class rank. I agree with them because having a high-class rank can help you succeed in life. The first reason is that you have a much better chance of getting accepted to the college or university of your choice. According to top tier admissions, 97% of Columbia University’s … Continue reading Opinion: A Higher Class Rank Is the Key to Future Success

Students Say Laptops Beneficial to Learning, But One-Third Have Persistent Issues with HP Streams

By Prabhvir Lakhan | Reporter On Aug. 4, administrators collected all the school laptops to fix a problem with the switchover of Lightspeed filters to the Iboss security filters. Afterward, while the amount of students heading to the media center with tech issues has decreased, some students continue to have issues with their laptops. In a survey of 100 students conducted the week of Aug. … Continue reading Students Say Laptops Beneficial to Learning, But One-Third Have Persistent Issues with HP Streams

Gallery: Avon High School Holds Annual Student Activity Fair

  By Emmagrace Brock | Reporter Avon High School’s Student Activity Fair took place in the school gymnasium during SRT and lunches on Wednesday, August 16. All students were introduced to about 30 different clubs, teams and after school activities that are active at Avon High School. The clubs present were all diverse, but shared a common goal of growing their numbers. Junior Tierney Harris, … Continue reading Gallery: Avon High School Holds Annual Student Activity Fair

Gallery: Student Section Highlights From First Home Game

  By Nathan Miller | Reporter The football team kicked off the season with a 26-point victory over the Plainfield Quakers. The Orioles were the first to give their fans something to cheer about, scoring a a touchdown on their first possession. They managed to keep this lead, finishing with a score of 58-32. A successful start to the football season meant an excited student … Continue reading Gallery: Student Section Highlights From First Home Game

Keeping Up With The Clubs: Genders and Sexualities Alliance

By Emmagrace Brock | Reporter Q: What are your names and pronouns? Oliver Ott: My name is Oliver Ott and I use the pronouns they/them. Ari Smith: I’m Ari Smith and I go by the pronouns he/she. Amelia Hibdon: My name is Amelia Hibdon and I prefer the pronouns they/them and she/her. Fletcher Clark: I’m Fletcher Clark and I use the pronouns they/them. Q: What is your … Continue reading Keeping Up With The Clubs: Genders and Sexualities Alliance