Education is the core of Andover.
That's why it's so very important to keep our school, to give our small children the best possible start on their road of education. Even if it means leaving the District.
This year's graduates will be our 114th graduating class.
We will celebrate our 84th Annual Alumni Banquet. Which presents our graduates with the Andover Alumni Math and Science awards, East Andover Community Club Award, Lila Farrington Memorial Scholarship Award, Andover Service Circle Award, Allyson Hodgson Memorial Award, Michael Marston Vocational Studies Award, Anna Thurston Memorial Award, John and Eunice Fox Memorial Award, Sweatt Family Memorial Award, and the Walter Fox awards. My apologies if I've forgotten anyone. The banquet honors the current and 50-year reunion graduates.
Andover Educational Fund is on its 30th year. Which continues to help further educate our children, along with adult residents wanting to further their education.
We raise money to feed our children with the Hungry Kingdom Program.
Our community has a full service educational system dedicated to our students today, tomorrow and in the future.
That's why keeping Andover Elementary School is so important.
Education is the core of our town. It's just what makes Andover who we are.
If the townspeople who agreed to us joining the District 45 years ago, ever thought this could happen, in my opinion they never would have joined.
Closing our school will hurt us to the core.
Andover Withdrawal Committee Petitioning Group Member Co-chair