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HS Volleyball Awards Night

HS Volleyball Awards night will be Nov. 10th at 6:30 in the HS cafeteria. There will be no meal, instead, we will have a dessert bar. All  2016 high school players and their families are invited. Please bring only yourselves and your families. 

Red Ribbon Week

October 25-28 is Red Ribbon Week, Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug

prevention campaign in the country. This week serves as a vehicle for schools and

communities to take a stand for the hopes and dreams of our children through a

commitment to drug prevention and education and a personal commitment to live drug

free lives.

Tuesday, October 25-Turn Your Back on Drugs-​Wear your shirt backwards.

Wednesday, October 26-Don’t let Drugs Twist Your Mind:​Wear red for Red Ribbon

Week. All students receive a Twizzler.

Thursday, October 27- Smarties Don’t Like Drugs. ​All students will receive a

package of Smarties. We have picture retakes and class group pictures that day

as well.

Friday, October 28- Mighty Twisters ar Kool Kids that Stand Up Against Drugs-
Wear your A-Town Tornado shirts. All students will receive a Kool-Aid juice box.

Halloween Parade

The Hedding Halloween Parade will be at 2:30 p.m. on Monday, October 31. Those attending the Parade may watch along  each side of the sidewalk running east to west in front of the school.  Pre-K will lead the the Parade out the East door and through the gate to walk down the sidewalk and back in the far West door of the building.  In the event of rain, wind or exceptionally cool weather, the Parade will be held inside and spectators may line up in the foyer and down the sides of the hallways to watch students parade from the K-2 hallway through the 3-4 hallway and back to their classrooms.  We ask that spectators do not wear masks or costumes that would conceal their identity.  Also, all students may participate in the parade.  They should bring their costume to school with them that day.  Students will get dressed for the parade starting at 2 p.m., but otherwise will have a normal instructional day.  Parents are asked not to visit rooms or get students to dress in costume before 2 p.m. that day, except for a.m. pre-k.  Costumes should not contain any weapons, spray on hair color, or be considered inappropriate according to our school's student handbook. Classroom teachers will send home notes concerning individual class parties.

AES Important Info/Dates/Reminders (Updated 10-6-2016)

(FYI)  Mark Your Calendars
Oct. 10   No school (Columbus Day)
Oct. 11   “Penny Harvest” service project begins
Oct. 12   2:10 pm dismiss; 7:00 pm Board of Education Meeting
Oct. 14   A-AHS FFA here for Apple Cider Demo; 3:00 pm P.A. Awards Assembly; Last day of 1st Quarter
Oct. 17-21  “Character Counts & Digital Citizenship Week”
Oct. 18   “Penny Harvest” project ends
Oct. 19   2:10 pm dismiss; 4:30-7:30 pm P/T Conferences (Report Cards)
Oct. 20   4:30-7:30 pm Parent/Teacher Conferences
Oct. 21   No school
Oct. 22   2:00-4:00 pm “Halloween Hoopla” at AES All-Purpose Room  
Oct. 24-28   “Red Ribbon Week”
Oct. 24   No school for students (Teacher Institute Day)
Oct. 26   2:10 pm dismissal
Oct. 31   2:45-3:25 pm Halloween Parties (Students bring costumes; change at 2:40 pm)
Nov. 1    AES/A-AMS School Picture Retakes; 6:00 pm Avon PTA Meeting in Staff Workroom
Nov. 2    2:10 pm dismissal
Abingdon-Avon CUSD 276 
401 W. Latimer St.
Abingdon, IL 61410
Phone: 309-462-2301
Fax: 309-462-3870

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