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Bond Updates

In May 2017, voters in USD 385 approved two bond questions that will transform academic and athletic facilities in the coming years. The projects, which total $188 million, will include:

  • Building a new Andover High School adjacent to the current school.
  • Building a new Meadowlark Elementary at 159th and 13th streets.
  • Adding classroom space, secure entrances and storm shelters at the other five elementary schools. The addition at Robert Martin Elementary School will allow for expansion of pre-K services.
  • Adding a district tennis complex, new stadium, new district swimming facility and turf baseball and softball fields.
  • Upgrades to Andover Central High School and both middle schools.
  • A new career and professional services center.


Check back here, and on social media, for updates on construction. We thank our community, both for supporting this effort and for your patience during construction. We hope you’re excited about the progress being made to support future generations of Andover students!

Thumbnail Image for Article BOE approves new naming for athletics facilities

BOE approves new naming for athletics facilities

The Andover Board of Education has approved new names for the district's two stadiums, the tennis complex and swimming facility. . . .

Posted Date: 12/10/2019

Temporary bonds to address waterproofing, District Office issues

Because the full $188 million in bonds voters approved in May 2017 hadn't been issued, BOE members approved another $5 million on Monday. . . .

Posted Date: 12/10/2019

Thumbnail Image for Article Construction update: Six big projects on target for fall 2020

Construction update: Six big projects on target for fall 2020

Six big projects -- Andover High School, Meadowlark Elementary, a new stadium, Andover CAPS and renovations/expansions to two middle schools -- are all less than a year away from opening. . . .

Posted Date: 10/24/2019

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