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***  Homecoming 2020!  This Friday, Sept 25 at 7:00, game at 7:30!  *** 2014 National Blue Ribbon School  ***

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  • Spirit Week Leads Up to Homecoming 2020!

    Spirit Week Leads Up to Homecoming 2020! Featured Photo
    Avalon Homecoming 2020 is this Friday the 25th! Spirit Week Days for all grades have been set and include: Monday - not a dress up day 🙂 Tuesday 22nd– Hawaiian Day Wednesday 23rd – Sports Day – wear your favorite team jersey Thursday 24th – PJ Day – relax, be comfy! Friday 25th – Orange and White Day – show that school spirit! As always, students must still follow dress code guidelines! The Homecoming 2020 ceremony will be held at 7:00 before the game against Arlington TLCA. Come out and celebrate Homecoming 2020!
  • 2nd Six Weeks - Instructional CHANGE Form due Monday, Sept 14

    2nd Six Weeks - Instructional CHANGE Form due Monday, Sept 14 Featured Photo
    The 2nd six weeks begins September 28 and will be the time for students to CHANGE their instructional setting. Please fill out the form below ONLY if your child wishes to CHANGE their instructional setting starting on September 28. One form for each child.
  • Parent Town Hall Series in September! Sign up now!

    Parent Town Hall Series in September!  Sign up now! Featured Photo
    Our friends at the REACH Council and The United Way of West Ellis County have organized a special Town Hall series for parents in Avalon, Italy, Milford and Maypearl! Sign up and join them each night - Tuesday, September 15 Tuesday, September 29 and Tuesday, October 13 6:30 - 8:00 each evening. Sign up at the link below!
  • Elementary Notes on Drop-Off/Pick-Up and Visitors

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    As the new school year approaches, Mr. Tennery wanted to make you aware of some procedural changes that will be taking place. The first bell will ring at 7:45 AM and the tardy bell at 7:50 AM. We have changed our dismissal time from 3:25 PM to 3:30 PM. We ask that no students are dropped off earlier than 7:30 AM. We want to ensure that there is adequate supervision available for our students. This year drop off of students at the elementary school will be made at the two sets of doors at the front of the dome. At drop off, please enter the parking lot entrance closest to Highway 34. The set of doors closest to the school will be for grades 1st-3rd. The second set of doors will be for those in 4th & 5th grades. Every child that enters will have their temperature taken and seated inside the dome in their designated area adhering to social distancing protocols. Classroom teachers will be in the gym with the students and will accompany them to either the classroom or to the cafeteria for breakfast. Our pre-kindergarten and kindergarten will go directly to their classrooms every morning. We will go through the same screening process for them once inside the classroom. Breakfast will be provided for each child who wants it in those grades in the classroom. Our dismissal will work the same as last year except, students will be housed in the dome. When you pull up to the doors, someone will bring your child/children out to the car. On Thursday, August 20th, and Friday, August 21st, parents with students in grades 1st - 5th will be allowed to escort their child inside. Starting Monday, August 24th, please remain in your vehicle and drop students off at the door. Parents with students in pre-kindergarten and kindergarten will also be allowed to escort their students to their classroom on Thursday and Friday morning. Starting Monday we ask that you drop your child/children off at the building entrance. If your child has a fever or shows any symptoms of Covid-19, please keep them home. Unfortunately, until the Covid-19 situation improves, we will not be allowing visitors on campus.

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Superintendent's Corner

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The 2019-2020 school year has come and gone in a way that we will never forget. I am so proud of how the students, parents, faculty, and staff came together to do what was best for our community and school in these times.  As we prepare for our new normal for the 2020-2021 school year, I am looking forward to seeing each and every one of the students, faculty, and staff.
 

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