My daughter tells me that she's being bullied and no one seems to care at this school. Your staff needs to pay more attention to the students and if something doesn't seem right with a child, they need to ask that child and then do something about. No child should feel threatened when they walk into the school. That is the number one cause of drop outs. Some kids can't handle pressure from bullies and deal with their school work. All I ask is that someone start paying more attention to the signs of a bullied child and do something about it before something really bad happens to the children.
There is strong leadership at Avery High School. Unlike other nearby county High Schools that have strong drug activity,Avery tries to keep it in check. Regular drug dog sweeps and effort is given by the teachers and administration staying visable during class changes. Overall, Avery teachers care about their students and the students care about one another.