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Andover’s David Reynolds Takes 1st with Matthew Reynolds 10th in Bobcat Invitational Cross Country Race

Andover’s David Reynolds Takes 1st with Matthew Reynolds 10th in Bobcat Invitational Cross Country Race

Lasting Impressions: A Juried Alumni Arts Exhibition features AEMS artists

Lasting Impressions: A Juried Alumni Arts Exhibition features AEMS artists

   

Minute to Win it Game

Minute to Win it Game

   

Caterpillars

Caterpillars

 

Walk to School Day

Walk to School Day

AE/MS Rocks

AE/MS Rocks

In mid September, after the newness of the school year had settled in, all of the students and staff members came together for a special project. Students in grade K-8 worked collaboratively to create unique designs on specially chosen rocks. Earlier in the school year all teachers had read the book, Only One You by […]

Andover Middle School Cross Country Team Has Successful Season

Andover Middle School Cross Country Team Has Successful Season

Athletes are encouraged to do preseason training to get a head start on the season. This year we had four runners distinguish themselves with exceptional preseason training from June to August. On the boys side, three runners achieved 50 miles of summer running: Dante Mori, Enrico Mori, and Mychal Reynolds. Sophia Reynolds led the way […]

Proctor to Host Special Olympics Event

Proctor to Host Special Olympics Event

  For the past three years, Proctor has joined together with the local Andover Community, Special Olympics and law enforcement agencies to host the Rail Trail Rally to benefit Special Olympics New Hampshire. While this event has been a huge success each year, on October 7, Proctor and Special Olympics New Hampshire will host a […]

Summer Reading

Summer Reading

 

Never Forget

Never Forget

AE/MS middle school social studies classes focus on two important dates every fall. It is important that our students understand the significance of December 7, 1941 and September 11, 2001. These two dates will always be remembered as devastating enemy attacks on US soil. Students can learn so much from history. Students in grades 6-8 […]

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