In order to cut down on paper use, USD 385 food menus have gone digital! Opaa! Food Management is introducing Nutrislice – an interactive, online way to view your child’s school menus. With ... [read full article]Posted Date: 02/23/2017
Winners at First State Meet for Boys Swimming
The Andover High School and Andover Central High School boys swimming teams traveled to Topeka for the state swim meet on Friday, Feb. 17 and Saturday, Feb. 18. This is the first year the Andover ... [read full article]Posted Date: 02/22/2017
Coutts Museum Displaying Andover Students' Art
The Coutts Museum of Art will be displaying art by Andover students through Wednesday, March 8, 2017.
The exhibit will display approximately 500 works of art by students from up to 32 Butler County ... [read full article]Posted Date: 02/21/2017
Garrett Sims & Trent Madden named WSU Wallace Scholarship Winners
Congratulations to Garrett Sims and Trent Madden from Andover High School for being selected as 2017 Wallace Scholarship Winners! Only eleven students are selected and each will receive $28,000 over ... [read full article]Posted Date: 02/20/2017
Scott Wilson Selected as Leadership for Tomorrow Class of 2017
The Kansas Association of School Boards has announced its Leadership for Tomorrow Class of 2017. Congratulations to Andover Board Member Scott Wilson for being one of 25 selected. The
participants ... [read full article]Posted Date: 02/16/2017
Trent Madden Selected for Koch Scholars Program at WSU
Congratulations to Trent Madden from Andover High School for being selected as one of nine students to be part of the Koch Scholars program at Wichita State University!
The Koch Scholars program ... [read full article]Posted Date: 02/14/2017
Nick Detter named National Merit Scholarship Finalist
Congratulations to Nick Detter from Andover Central High School for being named a National Merit Scholarship Finalist!
The National Merit Scholarship Program has now determined which of the 16,000 ... [read full article]Posted Date: 02/13/2017
2016-17 Climate Survey Results
The Andover climate survey is given annually to employees, parents and students. Aligning with the district goal of Culture & Climate to provide a positive, safe environment to optimize student and ... [read full article]Posted Date: 02/10/2017
Feb. is Career and Technical Education Month
February is national Career and Technical Education (CTE) month!
This year’s theme is Celebrate Today, Own Tomorrow! CTE month provides CTE programs an opportunity to demonstrate how CTE makes ... [read full article]Posted Date: 02/10/2017
Emma Cooper takes 3rd in Butler County Spelling Bee!
Congratulations to Emma Cooper for taking 3rd place in the Butler County Spelling Bee!
The competition was very stiff at the Butler County Spelling Bee held Friday, Feb. 3, 2017 and was a true ... [read full article]Posted Date: 02/08/2017
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