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LADY PIRATES FALL TO LADY RAIDERS AND HIGHLANDERS

The Avon Lady Pirates lost in three sets to the Wagner Lady RaidersonTuesday,September13. Avon 11 11 15 Wagner 25 25 25 CourtneySeesputdown10kills and dug up 11 digs. Kim Tolsma had two ace serves on the night whileMcKennaKocmichadded13 set assists and 8 digs. Gracie Small hadoneblockfortheLadyPirates. On Thursday, September 15 the Lady Pirates (3-6) traveled to Scotland. They battled hard, but lost in four close sets.

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DO YOU REMEMBER?

115 Years Ago - August 1907

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SUMMER READING CHALLENGE

SUMMER READING CHALLENGE

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GOLD STANDARD PIRATES

GOLD STANDARD PIRATES

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JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL GAME

The volleyball match between the Avon Lady Pirates vs. Tripp-Delmont on Tuesday, September 6 was a Pirate victory! There were some good plays from both sides and good communication between them. Raegan Brandt served and scored with a fierce serve that hit the ground on the opposing side during the game.

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SIBLINGS ATTENDING AHS

Siblings in school can have many different opinions about each other. After talking to a couple of siblings in the school I realized that siblings could have very different views of each other. Most siblings agreed that having a sibling in school is useful and helpful sometimes. However, siblings do get annoyed with each other. One sibling mentioned that a household nickname had spread around the school because of their family and it leaves them pretty uncomfortable when others use it. Another sibling said that when they forget something at home they can always ask the other to get it for them which is very useful at times. So from what I can see siblings don’t seem to mind going to school together although they might get on each other's nerves a lot, they always look out for each other and help when needed.

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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A PRINCIPAL

Lindsey Fathke became the new K-12 principal this year at Avon School District. Lindsey started at Avon as a sixth grade teacher, and continued for four years. Before Avon she taught at Bon Homme for eight years. When asked about her morning routineasaprincipal,sheresponded saying, “When I get to school in the morning I load up my computer, check my emails, my phone messages, check my planner, and make a small to-do list for the day.” Lindsey imagines a day at work as making a list of what she may need to do and/or anything that gets brought to her attention. She likes to walk through the hallways and bops through classrooms throughout the day.

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