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Click here to read a letter of welcome from Superintendent Greg Rasmussen.

Meet and Greet for BOE Candidates
Educate Andover, Andover Advantage Foundation, and the Andover Teachers Associations are hosting a Meet and Greet with the Board of Education candidates running in the April 7, 2015 general election. The event is March 11 at 4 p.m. at Andover Public Schools District Office. Click here for the full story.

Summer Drivers Education
The Andover District is pleased to announce plans for the 2015 Drivers Education Program. Students will have the option of enrolling in either an on-line or traditional option. Click here for more information.

Andover High School Student Artwork in National Exhibition

Julia Miller, a sophomore at Andover High School has a ceramic work accepted into the 18th Annual National K-12 Clay Exhibition. Her artwork will be on display at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence, R.I. Click here for the full story.

ACHS Hosts Regional Science Olympiad Competition
The Wichita Regional Science Olympiad Competition was held at Andover Central High School on Feb. 21.The Andover Central teams excelled in the competition! Click here for the full story.

Andover Middle School Student Places in National Stock Market Game InvestWrite Competition
Congratulations to Carley Phelps of Andover Middle School for winning sixth place in the nation in The Stock Market Game!  The Stock Market Game gives teachers and students opportunities to learn more about saving and investing. Click here for the full story.

Andover High School Student Wins Engineering Scholarship
Congratulations to Andover High School student Grant Blizzard on winning Wichita State University’s Wallace Scholarship! Grant is one of 11 high school seniors who will receive $20,000 Wallace scholarships, and one of five in the Wichita Area. Click here for the full story.

Andover Middle School's Project LINC Fundraiser
AMS teachers are giving their 6th and 7th grade students a real-life example of problem solving, and have begun a cross-curricular project to solve water contamination problems in a Nairobi school. AMS is now raising funds for their project! Click here for the full story.

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