There are nine teams involved in the comprehensive facilities study. Learn more about each of the categories of teams below.
Educational Specifications Teams
There are four educational specific teams – one for elementary schools, one for middle schools, one for high schools and one for support facilities. These teams determine standard criteria for each school and district facility and create a conceptual plan of what Andover’s future educational environment should be. Team members will be community members, parents, school district staff and administration, and Board of Education members.
There are four planning teams – one for elementary schools, one for middle schools, one for high schools and one for support facilities. Each team reviews the education teams’ proposals and develops solutions to meet school or facility needs. Team members will include community members, parents, school district staff and administration, and Board of Education members.
There is one steering committee which is comprised of six subcommittees. The steering committee evaluates and prioritizes solutions for the district as a whole and will review finance, demographics, technology, pupil transportation, infrastructure and the community. Committee members include neighborhood representation, city government officials, parents, business leaders, faculty, administration and Board of Education representation.