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  • Register today for the Eagle Run, presented by Mercy Health. Proceeds benefit the Avon Schools Educational Endowment Fund and other local charities. Event is May 28 at Avon High School. Click the image to register.
  • Heritage students were given the “Champion for a Cause” award for notable achievement, accomplishment and action in raising $49,365.39 in 12 consecutive campaigns for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
  • Congratulations to second-grader Michele Smith, winner of the inaugural Kids T-Shirt Design Challenge for the Eagle Run. More than 140 entries were received. Michele's winning design will be featured on the kids T-shirts for the Kids Fun Run at the event.
  • Another round of AHS seniors signing to continue to be student athletes at the collegiate level. Congratulations to these students and their families! Eagle Proud!
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  • Avon Schools 2nd Annual District Art Show. The public event is from April 19 - 21 from 5-7 p.m. at Avon Isle. The event is made possible through the generous support of the Avon Schools Educational Endowment Fund and Avon Mayor Bryan Jensen.
  • Avon Mayor Bryan Jensen visited East to kick-off Right to Read Week. In addition to the mayor, members of the Avon High School boys and girls basketball teams read to the students.
  • Check out these two great programs offered by our Avon Police Department. Click the image to learn more.

Avon High School Evacuated today

CLICK HERE to read the Avon Police Department's press release regarding the evacuation of Avon High School.

Board of Education Meeting Change

The May meeting of the Avon Board of Education will be on Tuesday, May 24, 2016, at 6:30pm in the Board of Education Offices. This is a change from the original May 17th date.

School Board appoints new member

Kelly Zurawski was sworn in as the newest member of the Avon Local Schools Board of Education (BOE) during a special May 6. She replaces former School Board President, Scott Radcliffe, who was sworn in as the new Ward 4 Avon City Councilman last month. The BOE had 30 days to fill the vacant position. Eleven applications were submitted for the open school board seat and all 11 candidates were interviewed by the school board.

Zurawski is a high school science teacher in the Solon City School district. She, and husband Bryan, are the parents of two sons who attend the Avon Local Schools. Daniel is a sixth-grader at Avon Middle School and Alex is a third-grader at Heritage Elementary School. She has served on school district levy campaigns, district Continuous Improvement Plan committees, and also regularly volunteers in the schools. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from John Carroll University and earned a Master of Arts degree in secondary education from Kent State University. She is a graduate of Olmsted Falls High School.

The BOE term expires December 31, 2017.


Join us for the 16th annual Eagle Run, presented by Mercy, May 28 at Avon High School. Proceeds benefit the Avon Schools Educational Endowment Fund and other local charities.

The family-fun event includes a 5-mile run, 5k run/walk and 1-mile kids fun run.

Help your favorite Avon student win a pool and dodge ball party at the French Creek YMCA by adding his/her teacher’s name to your registration form.
The first 1,000 adults to register will receive a T-shirt and hat. T-shirts will also be given to the kids.

To register, log on to http://www.hermescleveland.com/roadracing/events/eagle.asp

Sign up today!

Upcoming Events

Thursday, May 26 - Transition Day
Monday, May 30 - No School - Memorial Day
Tuesday, May 31 - End of the Fourth Quarter
Tuesday, May 31 - Last Student Day

Avon PD Resources

CLICK HERE to read about the "Test My Teen" Drug Prevention Program and the "Teen Home Alone" Program sponsored by the Avon Police Department.

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