Send a special message to your 2019 graduate! The Avilion yearbook staff is selling Grad Ads to be placed in this year's yearbook and the deadline is Friday, April 5! Fill out the attached Grad Ad form and send it to Mrs. Anthony along with payment.
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*** No Project ExTRA Wed & Thur April 17 & 18 *** School Holidays April 19 & 22 *** 2014 National Blue Ribbon School! ***
- Our first annual Family Science Night is scheduled for April 11! All of the elementary K-5 science fair presentations will be set up to view in the MPC and the winners will be announced that night at 7:30. Perot Museum (our largest vendor) will be hosting their Earth and Space program with multiple interactive stations and Bricks for Kidz will be there with 2 hands-on STEM building LEGO stations! Our local Ellis County 4H Club will be set up with some cool rocket demonstrations for kids to try and our very own Eagle Science Club, with Mrs. Campbell’s high school students, will be offering several science activities. Last but not least, Pokey O’s is back with their cookies and ice cream truck! We are so excited about this new event and we hope to see everyone there! (Click for the flyer and event map)
- Avalon Superintendent, Dr. David Del Bosque, announced his upcoming retirement on Thursday evening, August 23, to the Avalon Board of Trustees. Friday, he met with faculty and staff after school to let them know of his decision. His retirement date will be August 31, 2019. (cont.)
- The Avalon ISD Board of Trustees has named Mr. Khristopher Marshall as the Lone Finalist for the position of Superintendent. He has been with Avalon ISD for 20 years, first as a classroom teacher and coach, then moving into the position of District Assistant Principal and, for the last 10 years, as the high school principal. He will be the eighth Superintendent in the history of Avalon ISD. Mr. Marshall graduated with his bachelor’s degree from Sam Houston State University and his Master’s degree from Tarleton State University. Dr. David Del Bosque announced his retirement in August after serving as Superintendent for the last 17 years, and 25 years at Avalon ISD.
- In order to incorporate some exciting changes for the 2018-2019 school year, the daily schedule for 1st period/beginning of the day will include the usual 7:50 bell. All students are then expected to be in class by 7:55 a.m.!