Avon Grove Intermediate School
AG Hosts TIA Chapter 3 Championships Saturday
The Avon Grove High School Indoor Guard and Percussion is scheduled to host the TIA Chapter 3 Championships at the high school gymnasium on Saturday, April 26, starting at noon. Avon Grove will host close to 50 indoor guard, dance and percussion units from the eastern Pennsylvania area, and the event will feature Avon Grove's Gold and Maroon Color Guards and Percussion Ensemble. Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for senior citizens/college students (with ID), and $7 for K-12 students. Come out to support our AG ensembles in this regional championship competition. 

5th and 6th Graders Compete in Chester County Reading Olympics
Recently some of our 5th and 6th graders competed in the Chester County Reading Olympics competition at West Chester East High School. All teams performed exceptionally well earning eight blue ribbons and one red ribbon! The primary goal of Reading Olympics is to help students grow and develop as readers while exposing them to a variety of different books. Our AGI student definitely accomplished that goal, learned how to work together as a team, and had fun! 
Rocky's Reading Challenge- Save the Date!
Are you one of the 636 students who completed Rocky’s Reading Challenge? If so, save the date Thursday, June 5th on your calendar! The 636 students from AGI and the 600 students from PLE who completed Rocky’s Reading Challenge have been invited to a Wilmington Blue Rocks baseball game on Thursday, June 5th at 6:35 p.m.  
Kacie's Cause Town Hall Meeting April 23
Avon Grove School District will be hosting a "Kacie's Cause" Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, in the Avon Grove High School Auditorium from 7-9 p.m. All parents and adults in the Avon Grove community are invited to attend the meeting.  
Peck Named AG's Heart of Learning Award Finalist
Kellie Peck, an emotional support teacher in the special education department at Avon Grove High School, was named the 2014 Citadel Heart of Learning award finalist for the school district. 
PSSA is a Community Effort
With our PSSA reading, math and writing tests behind us we wanted to take time to say good job AGIS community!  
Grief and Loss Group Is Available to AGIS Students
Our school counselors, as well as our student assistance program liaison, work throughout the year to help students deal with the loss of a loved one when that need might arise. This might be individually or in a small group. Mrs. Erin Matthews, our student assistance program liaison, worked with a group of students recently and is preparing to begin a new Grief and Loss group soon. 
Youth Art Month
March was Youth Art Month. To celebrate, AGIS held its annual exhibit of student's responses to this year's theme of "Winter" or "Spring". Over 150 students participated by creating artworks in as varied media as candy wrappers to photography and printmaking. 
6th Grade Students Donate Money to Cancer Patients
Alexis Everett, Maddie Anderson, and Emily Welcher, 6th grade- Team Fiji AGIS students, raised over $240 at Country Christmas this school year. The friends all worked together to raise money to donate to the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center in Christiana, DE. 
Take Our Daughters & Sons To Work Day 2014
Thursday, April 24, is designated as Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day all across the United States. If you plan to take your child to work with you that day, you must send a note in prior to April 24 in order for the day to be considered a field trip and not an absence.  
Attention Volunteers
Volunteers, please remember to sign your index cards for the school year. If you don't sign them, we won't be able to make sure you are updated in the computer system. If you come to volunteer next year and there is no record of you volunteering and the teacher the student had that year doesn't remember you volunteering, or if your clearances are over a year old, you will have to redo your clearances. Thank you for helping the students. 
Attendance Reminders
Attendance on a regular basis is imperative to student success. Absences, late arrivals, and early dismissals can have a significant impact on student learning and achievement and, in some instances, may lead to disenrollment of the student or, legal consequences for students and parents. 
AG Secures Safe Schools Grant
The Avon Grove School District has been awarded the Safe Schools Initiative Targeted Grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Education's Office for Safe Schools for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 in the sum of $25,000. The funds will be used for materials and training to support the implementation of schoolwide bullying prevention programs at Penn London Elementary School and Avon Grove Intermediate School. Dr. Margie Sharp, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, wrote the successful grant application.  
Testing Dates and Trimester Change Due to School Cancellations
Mother Nature has certainly given rise to the need for us to adjust our instructional calendars. We have already made adjustments to some of our upcoming concert dates for the same reason. Please note the following adjustments to our testing program calendar and the second trimester grading period. 
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