Avon Middle School
375 West Avon Road  Avon, CT 06001
Phone: (860)404-4770   Fax: (860)404-4773
Office Email    School Hours
Avon Middle School
375 West Avon Road
Avon, CT 06001
Phone: (860)404-4770
Fax: (860)404-4773
Office Email
School Hours
Open House (AMS)

8th grade Open House for parents will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 17 from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm.  Parents will gather in the cafeteria and then will have an opportunity to follow your child's daily schedule.   

2014-2015 Course of Studies Booklet (AMS)

To view Avon Middle School's Course of Studies booklet, please click here.

2014-2015 Bus Route Information (District)

Click HERE to visit Specialty Transportation's website for the most up-to-date bus routes. Type in your house number and street name.  Do not include the designation of Street, Drive, Avenue, Lane, etc when entering your address.  If you experience any problems bringing up you...  [read more]

School Hours (District)

Regular School Hours -- Avon High & Avon Middle – 7:40am to 2:15pm; Thompson Brook – 8:20am to 2:55pm; Pine Grove & Roaring Brook – 8:50am to 3:25pm.  For a full listing of delayed and early dismissal times as well as office hours, click here

Board of Education Meeting Packets (District)

The Avon Board of Education meeting packets are now available to review online.  For the first half of the BOE September 16, 2014 meeting packet, click here. For the second half of the BOE September ...  [read more]

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September 11, 2014

The following address was made to students and staff of Avon Middle School on September 11, 2014:


Good Morning,

Today we observe the 13th anniversary of the terrorist attack in New York City, Washington D.C., and in the skies of Pennsylvania.  Although most of you do not remember this day because you were infants, September 11th, 2001 is a day that changed our world as we know it.  It was a day that brought out the worst and the best of mankind.  The worst because the actions of terrorists took the lives of approximately three thousand people and robbed families of their mothers, fathers, sons, and daughters.  We know that 9/11 brought out the best of mankind by the many stories of heroism and bravery we have learned about on television, in the newspaper, and on the internet. 

As we go about our normal daily routines today, it is important that we stop and remember the victims of September 11, 2001, and the men and women of our armed forces who continue to protect us from terrorism, in our thoughts and in our prayers.  I am asking your social studies teacher to devote some time in your classes today to discuss the events of this historic and tragic day.  For now, let us begin our day of observance with a moment of silence for the victims of September 11th, their families and the men and women of our armed forces.      

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