Avon Marching Black and Gold Places Second at Grand Nationals

Oliver Brobeck | Reporter Eight beautiful notes. Placed in perfect order. Avon’s Marching Black and Gold has dominated the high school band field, taking the title of national champion three times and, as of last weekend, the title of state champion 14 times. Avon was one of 16 matching bands from the state of Indiana competing at Grand Nationals, and they ended up placing second, … Continue reading Avon Marching Black and Gold Places Second at Grand Nationals

Red For Ed: Why Teachers Will Be Absent Nov. 19 (Slideshow)

Tara Martin | Web Editor-in-Chief   Biology and Honors Anatomy and Physiology Teacher Lauren Patton will not be at school on Tuesday, Nov. 19 and chances are, many of her colleagues won’t be either. Nov. 19 is Red For Ed Action Day. Teachers from all over the state plan to march downtown at the Statehouse and advocate for better funding for teachers and the school … Continue reading Red For Ed: Why Teachers Will Be Absent Nov. 19 (Slideshow)

Keeping Up With The Clubs: Creative Writing

Olivia Green | Reporter If you have a passion for writing and want to express your creative side then Avon High School’s Creative Writing Club is the club for you. The creative writing club is a club where you can practice your passion of writing. Within the club, members do various activities such as; poetry slams, writing prompts, and free writing. The club meets every … Continue reading Keeping Up With The Clubs: Creative Writing

G.I.R.L.S. Club Coming to AHS

Tara Martin | Web Editor-in-Chief Sorry boys, you’re going to have to sit this one out. This is Avon High School’s very own place for girls; G.I.R.L.S. Club. Club President, freshman Kallie Garrett, said that the brand new G.I.R.L.S. Club presents itself as an open forum for all girls of Avon High School to talk about the issues and challenges most present in their lives. … Continue reading G.I.R.L.S. Club Coming to AHS

Epidemic Takes Over AHS: Senioritis

By Brannigan Watson | Reporter Senioritis is a term used to describe a lack of motivation or work ethic in school, typically in seniors. According to Huffington Post, this academic epidemic tends to happen after students finish college applications or get accepted to a post-secondary school. Senior Michaela Spinazze describes it as a natural feeling that comes with being a senior. “It is just the … Continue reading Epidemic Takes Over AHS: Senioritis