Communication and Community Engagement
Avon Grove School District understands the impact the community has on our schools, partnerships and initiatives, and has worked to ensure that community members are engaged and informed. This page contains information on opportunities for engagement within the District along with links to recent newsletters and publications. For more information, please contact AGSD Communication Coordinator Danielle Paterno.
- Senior Citizen Volunteer Tax Relief Program
- Avon Grove Gold Card Program
- Parent Speaker Series
- Community Bulletin Board
- Community Use of Facilities
- Avon Grove Education Foundation
Avon Grove School District values and encourages parents and community members to volunteer in our schools. We believe that volunteers make a valuable and unique contribution to our students and staff. For more information, visit the Volunteer page.
Avon Grove residents who are 60+ years old and pay school taxes are invited to participate in a Volunteer Tax Relief program through Avon Grove School District. Participants receive a $10.00 per hour credit for up to 50 hours of volunteer service in our District buildings. Rebates are issued in July for services rendered during the prior school year, not to exceed a net payment of $500. Learn more about this program on the Senior Citizen Volunteer Tax Relief Program page.
The Avon Grove Gold Card program recognizes and honors senior citizen members of the school community. The program provides an opportunity for senior citizens to attend District events such as plays, concerts and regular season athletic events, at no cost. All residents of the Avon Grove School District who are at least 60 years of age are eligible to join the Avon Grove Gold Card program. For more information, visit our Avon Grove Gold Card page.
Avon Grove School District is proud to collaborate with our community partners in hosting a Parent Speaker Series, a program that provides information sessions to parents about issues relevant to parenting today. The 2019-2020 school year marks year three of the series and includes topics relating to health and wellness along with student safety. The sessions create a positive venue for community conversations and are free to attend. For more information, visit the Parent Speaker Series page of the website.
The AGSD Community Bulletin Board contains flyers for events happening in the greater community. Local non-profit organizations that primarily serve Avon Grove School District students may submit a request to have a flyer posted on the AGSD Community Bulletin Board page of our website.
Avon Grove School District is grateful for supporting education and school facilities. We respectfully request your cooperation in maintaining a safe, clean and positive environment in our buildings. For guidelines to reserve an Avon Grove facility, visit our Buildings and Grounds page.
The Avon Grove Education Foundation (AGEF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, volunteer organization dedicated to enhancing educational opportunities for Avon Grove students. The Foundation is committed to making local education the best it can be and is dedicated to ensuring that all Avon Grove students are supported to become tomorrow's leaders. For more information, visit the Avon Grove Education Foundation website.
This report contains information about the 2017-2018 school year with regard to educational innovation and student achievement. Read about the progress on the facilities comprehensive plan, the advancements in curriculum and instruction, the strides with community engagement, and many other points of pride within the District.
Good News Newsletter
Avon Grove School District distributes a monthly electronic publication known as the Good News newsletter. This communication highlights some of the exciting happenings and achievements taking place in the District, and is intended to keep our parents, staff and community members informed about current events.