News & Updates
This page contains the most recent news items and updates from Hickory Elementary. If you'd like to see district-wide updates, visit the Avon Experience page on the district website.
The Avon High School Boys and Girls Cross Country teams are hosting their 11th-annual Running Development Camp on June 6-10.
There's no more appropriate way to conclude season 2 of the Orioles In-The-Know podcast than to highlight some of our graduating seniors in this senior sendoff.
This summer, the Mary Lee Maier Community Pantry will be open every Thursday (except July 7) from 5:00 - 6:00 pm.
If your family needs food assistance, please contact the following organizations to learn more about ensuring all students have access to healthy, nutritious foods this summer.
In light of their unprecedented success at the 2022 WGI World Championships, The Town of Avon honored Avon Bands and declared Monday, May 16, as Avon School Band Day in the Town of Avon.
Join Dr. Wyndham in this celebration of Avon's incredible educators as he talks with leaders from two of the organizations working hard to support our teachers. Plus, hear from dozens of Avon students.
Make plans to bring your entire family and join the celebration at the 2022 Culture Fair on May 7. The event is open to the public.
Avon Girls Soccer is hosting summer camp at the AHS practice fields from June 27-30, and girls entering grades 1-9 are invited to attend.
The Avon High School girls softball program is hosting youth softball camp from June 14-16 for girls from kindergarten through 8th grade.
The Avon High School girls and boys basketball coaching staffs are hosting girls and boys basketball camps for students in kindergarten through 8th grade this June.
Avon Light and Life Church is hosting Upward Soccer Camp on June 6-10. This camp is open for boys and girls from age 3 through 5th grade.
April is School Library Month in the Avon Community School Corporation libraries. Here are some examples about what is happening in your school library.
The Avon Outdoor Learning Center is hosting a Native Plant Sale on April 29-30, All proceeds will benefit Avon students' experiences in this outdoor learning environment.
The members at Crossroads Church participated in a special offering recently, and due to their generosity, they were able to include a gift to Avon Schools to fund a special initiative.
Kindergarten registration for the 2022-23 school year is officially underway. If your child turns 5-years-old by August 1, it is time to enroll them for for the class of 2035!
Avon Robotics is hosting STEM Summer Camp for a limited number of students who will be entering grades 5-8 in the fall.
Avon Education Foundation is excited to invite students entering grades 1-8 to attend Broadway Kids Camp during the week of June 20-24.
Current kindergarten through 8th-grade students, register today for Showstoppers Summer Show Choir Camp. Students from all area schools are welcome to attend.
Are you a student in grades 3-5 who is interested in learning how to cook healthy foods? If so, you'll be interested in attending this three-day cooking class sponsored by Hendricks County 4-H.
Purdue University Extension invites students in grades 3-12 to join them for two mornings of exploring STEM through hands-on stations!
Our final day of school is Friday, March 18. We will return to school – rested and ready for a strong finish to the 2021-22 school year – on Monday, April 4.
Help AEF line the walkways of the schools, administration building, maintenance facility, and transportation headquarters with an Honor an Educator sign.
March 7-11 is National School Breakfast Week (#NSBW22). Did you know that Avon Schools cafeterias serve breakfast – FREE to all – every school day? It's true!
Inside this issue, get details about development happening in and around Avon, information about Pine Tree Elementary School's big recognition, the latest Performing Arts accomplishments, and much more.
Welcome to The Library Minute. This week, a student at Hickory Elementary School shares her review of Operation Frog Effect.
Are you looking for a rewarding, flexible career, dedicated colleagues, and an opportunity to make a lasting impact? Here's your chance.
Here's how we make the decision to delay, dismiss early, or conduct an e-learning day when we have snow, sleet, and ice.
At their January 24 working session, the Avon Board of School Trustees heard a fantastic presentation from some incredible Hickory Elementary students.
The Indiana Department of Health released a helpful, new document with guidance for what to do if you receive a positive result using an at-home COVID test.
Register your child for Camp Invention, a confidence-boosting STEM summer camp where kids build creative inventions and lasting friendships.
Are you looking for an opportunity to make a positive impact in the community and gain valuable experience? It's time to Sub In! Substitute Teachers are MVPs in Avon Schools.
Local healthcare organizations are offering COVID-19 vaccine clinics for all ages in the coming days and weeks.
With Thanksgiving coming up, we take a break from our normal conversations and invite you into some of our classrooms to hear what makes Avon's students and educators grateful.
Learn more about AHS student enrollment and growth predictions, portable classrooms at Intermediate East and West, the Teacher and Support Staff of the Year, Baby and Golden Oldie Orioles, and more.
Hickory students gathered at the Outdoor Learning Center to listen to stories and celebrate their love of reading.
Have you ever felt under-equipped and overwhelmed by the responsibility of keeping your kids safe online? If so, join us.
The Avon High School Student Government invites you to enjoy candy, activities, and fun at Trunk or Treat.
Attention parents and caregivers: Be sure to place our scheduled e-learning day for the 2021-22 school year—November 2—on your calendars.
Avon's elementary students are enjoying 'College Go Week' during the week of September 20-24. It gave them an opportunity to dream and plan for the future.
Join Dr. Wyndham and two Avon educators, Steph Duda and Sarah Tuttle, as they sit down for a conversation about the work they’re doing to provide rich, hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) experiences for all 3,500 elementary students in our school district.