Thanks For Visiting Our Site. We appreciate your interest in the Avon Education Association. We represent the certified teaching staff for the Avon Public Schools system, an exemplary school system located in Avon, CT. We are committed to providing the children of Avon with the best education possible. This site contains a variety of information about the great work which teachers and other certified staff are doing to give our students unique and exciting opportunities to prepare for post-secondary education and careers. Please feel to contact us for additional information


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Holiday Giving

AEA members continued to generously support the Holiday Bear program again this holiday season. Teachers provided a large package of holiday presents to many children throughout Connecticut.

Recovery for All

On May 1st, AEA President Jon Moss attended the Recovery for All rally outside the governor's mansion. This was a teacher-organized event focused on ensuring that schools and other essential services would be fully funded. Photos: Jon Moss with Deb Season (PGS interventionist) and Jon Moss with fellow educational association presidents, KC Petruzzi from Granby and Jim McNamara from Farmington.

Math Team Victory

A team of middle school Mathletes® from Avon Middle School in Avon recently won the 2020 Hartford Chapter MATHCOUNTS competition at the University of Hartford on Feb 1. Members of the winning team are: Imad A, Daniel C, Mark L, Aarnav S and math teacher/coach Nicole Gresh. The competition is organized by the Connecticut Society of Professional Engineers, hosted by the University of Hartford and sponsored by businesses and individuals in the greater Hartford area.

MakerSpace in Avon Schools

Julia Cowans, Library Media Specialist at Thomson Brook School, coordinates the new MakerSpaces. Click here to see the article in Valley Life.

Digital Resource

Emily Ogalin (classroom teacher and daughter of a first generation Cuban immigrant parent) and Angela Antonelli (Library Media Specialist at Pine Grove School) teamed up to create a digital resource to help students and teachers find titles that reflect, open, and give insight to a variety of cultural perspectives.

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