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Avondale Meadows Middle School (7094)

Grades Served:
Grade 6 - Grade 8

Notice on 2019-2020 School Year Data

Due to the widespread impact of COVID-19, the US Department of Education granted Indiana a waiver from annual assessment and accountability requirements for the 2019-2020 school year. Information available on this site reflects assessment and accountability determinations from the 2018-2019 school year.

Overview

Organization Type

School

Principal

Chrystal Westerhaus

Title I Status

True

County

Marion

School Type

Public Charter School

Accreditation Type

Charter Accreditation

State Grade

A

Note From the School

PURPOSE

Provide an equitable education to prepare all students for college and beyond while leaving a lasting impact in the communities we serve. 

 

MISSION

To provide a rigorous and relevant college-preparatory program, grounded in our belief in the ability of every child to succeed at high levels. Through well-coordinated support, a strong partnership with families and close attention to results, our students will consistently meet and exceed academic standards ensuring their success as future college graduates and lifelong learners.

Values 

VALUES

·      Excellence: We set and reach high expectations.

·      Relationships: We build and maintain trusting relationships. 

·      Growth Mindset: We are committed to continuous improvement.

·      Integrity: We consistently do what is right even when it is difficult. School Culture Vision

Instructional Vision

SCHOOL CULTURE VISION

·      We create an environment that is safe, orderly and organized.  

·      We provide a positive environment where scholars, teachers and families are supported. 

·      All interactions within the school community are respectful. 

·      We establish high expectations for all stakeholders and hold one another accountable to those expectations.

·      We develop a classroom culture where scholars are engaged and enjoying academic challenges. 

 

INSTRUCTIONAL VISION

·      We teach a rigorous, standards-based curriculum.

·      We sustain student attention.

·      We have a warm and structured environment for learning.

·      We push the thinking and the doing onto the students.

·      We respond to data in the moment.

·      We are professional and prepared.


Programs

Clubs


  • Academic Competition
  • Cultural Awareness (African american awareness, Hispanic club)
  • Artistic Clubs (theater, visual arts, musical arts, etc)
  • STEM/STEAM (robotics, chess)
  • Community assistance (Key Club)
  • Leadership (Honor societies)
  • Student Government (Class officers, Homecoming committee)
  • Journalism (Yearbook, newspaper, etc)
  • Kindness/ Friendship clubs
  • JROTC

Other Services


  • Before and After Care
  • Tutoring

Athletics

Boys


  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Football
  • Soccer

Girls


  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Soccer

Coed


  • Unified Track and Field