Theorems and Theater: How Avon STEM Teachers Break Stereotypes

Krishna Lathish | Web Co Editor-in-Chief Paul Haiducu holds many titles at Avon High School: AP teacher, educator, and at times, Dracula. Armed with fantastical experiments and fake blood, Haiducu goes on the road with his Power of Physics (POP) shows to spread the magic of Boyle and Pascal. He’s in good company; Haiducu is one of many science and math teachers who have broken … Continue reading Theorems and Theater: How Avon STEM Teachers Break Stereotypes

Students and Teachers Adjust to 2 Weeks of e-Learning Following ACSC Coronavirus Case

Nathan Miller | Editor-in-Chief Seven periods, five days, two weeks. With Avon schools closed for two weeks after at least one student contracted the coronavirus, students have been told to complete e-Learning assignments in lieu of in-person schooling. These e-Learning assignments are to be posted daily by teachers. AP Calculus teacher Anthony Record said he plans to use web-based seminars to carry on class as normal. … Continue reading Students and Teachers Adjust to 2 Weeks of e-Learning Following ACSC Coronavirus Case

AHS Teacher Mrs. Heather Meunier Recipient of Armstrong Educator Award

AP English Language & Composition instructor Mrs. Heather Meunier has been selected as a recipient of the 2020 Armstrong Teacher Educator Award, a prize given by the IU School of Education. This coming April, Mrs. Meunier will be honored on the IU-Bloomington campus. She is joined by prior Avon recipients Mr. Tony Record, Mr. Dean Westman, and Ms. Ranielle Moore. According to its official website, the award recognizes … Continue reading AHS Teacher Mrs. Heather Meunier Recipient of Armstrong Educator Award