Avon CSD Elementary School


Develop life-long learners and responsible citizens equipped to prosper in the global society.


Avon Central School will foster an environment where all students will compete globally through the collaborative efforts of the Board of Education, school personnel, parents, community members, and students.

Christie DeWald

ES Principal

(585) 226-2455 ext 1108

Anne Lattuca

ES Main Office Secretary

(585) 226-2455 ext 1110

At Avon Elementary School we are dedicated to providing our students with outstanding opportunities for learning and growth. There is a strong commitment to constant improvement, and feedback from the community about how we are doing is vital to our success. 

We are proud of the achievement of our students, yet we continue to strive for greater success. From Pre-Kindergarten through 4th Grade our students receive a level of quality in their education that is unmatched. Through the dedication of our staff, our hardworking students, and a high level of parent involvement we have had a tremendous record of accomplishment.  

We have so much to be grateful for at our school; a marvelous record of success, a promising future, and magnificent students to work with each day makes Avon Elementary School an extraordinary place to be.

Meet Our Principal!

Christie DeWald is a graduate of the Caledonia-Mumford School District.  She earned her undergraduate degree from SUNY Geneseo, a Master's from Buffalo State, and her Certificate of Advanced Study from SUNY Oswego. She taught in the Rush-Henrietta School District for 14 years, and served as the Assistant Principal for Fairbanks Road Elementary School. Christie's tremendous work ethic, breadth of experiences, and sense of family will help her to continue the excellent curriculum and instruction work that is already underway, while also embracing the terrific culture of Avon Elementary.


Daily Schedule
At the ES, the student day begins at 8:50 AM and ends at 3:15 PM and follows a four day rotation schedule.

  • In the event of a snow or conference day, the rotation continues where it left off

  • On parent conference days, the letter day repeats and an alternate schedule is created to meet with all classes between the two days

  • Other class schedules (remedial reading, remedial math lab, enrichment, speech, adaptive physical education, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and counseling) that deal with individuals or small groups of children are set by the instructor; the instructor works closely with the classroom teachers to design schedules that are most beneficial to students and minimize the level of disruption to the classroom

Playground Time
The student lunch period is thirty minutes in length with an added five minutes if playground time is provided. Students are required to spend at least fifteen minutes eating their lunch, then they may go to the playground for the remaining twenty minutes. Student safety is on our mind at all times; especially during the winter months when the temperatures dip.  

  • Every day we follow a protocol to determine whether or not playground time will be offered to students, and for what duration

  • Each morning we check for the latest information regarding temperature and wind speed for Avon, NY

  • We use this data collected from the internet, along with the National Weather Service Windchill Chart to render a decision as to whether or not playground will be offered to students

Depending on the weather factors, the playground will either be the usual twenty minutes long, fifteen minutes long, or cancelled altogether. The temperature, wind chill, and the decision to have playground time will be announced each morning to the students on the public address system. As we have done in the past, other weather factors may prompt cancelling the playground time (rain, wind, etc).

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