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Avon District and Curriculum

The curriculum at Avon Community Schools strives to produce individuals who will be successful in the workplace and/or higher education. The education provided to students encompasses many subjects that include mathematics, language arts, physical education, and science. Foreign language courses are also offered at Avon Community Schools in the areas of European and East Asian languages and American Sign Language. Speaking, comprehension, and writing skills are the focus of the classes, along with cultural awareness. Study abroad programs are available for students as well.

We currently cover the following Avon-area school district: Avon Community School Corporation.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Avon District Curriculum

In language arts, students receive instruction in both fiction and non-fiction and develop different strategies to read, comprehend, and analyze different types of texts. By middle school, students will typically have to read at least one chapter a week which may also consist of defining vocabulary words and answering comprehension questions. At least once a week, each group will meet with the teacher to go over what has been read, student reactions to the text, and any problems students may have had with the text. The writing curriculum follows a similar framework whereby students are introduced to various styles of writing and have many opportunities to write for different purposes.

Students can also choose from elective courses in the area of agriculture. Topics in these classes include the advanced life sciences of animals, foods, and plants and landscape management. Students also learn about the current technology used to assist operations in these areas.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Avon Educational News

  • Avon's Wrestling Team Competes At Disney Duals - 46 wrestling teams competed in the Disney Duals in Orlando, FL. Five team members won All-American status and Avon’s team finished as the Community 1 runner-up. This is quite an accomplishment and a testament to the dedicated training done by the team.
  • Students Walk For The Fifth Annual Oriole Flight Event - Avon Middle School South celebrated the fifth annual Oriole Flight with an official 5K or 10K run/walk. An awards ceremony, lunch, and team activities followed the events. This annual event helps get kids into the habit of participating in races and other physical activities in their community.
  • Kid Town Businesses Raise Funds - Sycamore Elementary School hosted Kid Town this year. Parents and other members of the community had the opportunity to visit and support Kid Town businesses and all of the funds went towards school field trips. Great way to combine charity and learning!

Avon Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: How To Make Homework Easier

Homework is given to help students review and understand what they’ve learned in class but many students admit that they don’t enjoy completing it. Here are some tips to make the process flow. First, be sure that you understand exactly what the assignment is. Ask your teachers any questions that you may have about what’s expected and make sure that you write it down. Remember that homework doesn’t have to be completed at home, either. If you have extra time at school, try to finish it there. That way, you’ll have immediate access to tools or teachers that you might need and less work to complete at home. Pacing yourself when it comes to big assignments is a great idea as well. Start with the hardest assignments first and work your way to the easier ones. Make sure to take breaks if needed. When you’ve finished your homework, go over it so you can spot any mistakes you’ve made and be able to correct them. You may even want to have someone else look over it as well, such as a parent. Make sure that you put the assignment back in your school folder and/or backpack.

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