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BOE President Scott Wilson

Board of Education

All meetings of the Andover Public Schools Board of Education are open to the public, except for executive sessions. The board welcomes patron input, and there is a time at the beginning of each meeting for patron comments.  For more information about the public comment time, contact BOE Clerk Jamie Bohannon at 218-4668. . . . read more

Board Recognizes Staff and a Friend of Education

April 16, 2014

At the Board of Education meeting on April 14, 2014, Rob Dickson was recognized for being named on the National School Board Association's "20 to Watch" list of educational technology leaders. Each academic year, the NSBA recognizes and . . . read more

School Board Recognition Month

January is School Board Recognition Month This is time to focus on the crucial role our elected Board of Education members play in the Andover community and in our schools. We have extraordinary board members who voluntarily take on . . . read more

BOE Recognizes Students and Staff

November 12, 2013

The Board of Education recognized the Andover High School girls tennis team for winning the Kansas State 5A tennis championship. Do-hee Lee, Grace Ball, Abby White, and Abby Kaff all received certificates of recognition. Congratulations, AHS! . . . read more

New BOE Member Sworn In

At the regular Board of Education meeting held November 11, 2013, Josh Wells was sworn in as the new District 1 board member. Mr. Wells was chosen at a special Board of Education meeting on October 16, 2013 to replace Shane Phillips, who . . . read more

Board Approves 2013-2014 District Goals

  2013-2014 Board of Education Goals The Andover Public Schools’ Board of Education will continue efforts to engage the community with a focus on the district mission, vision and values, by partnering with local groups; and . . . read more

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