AE/MS Staff Thanks Public for Donation of Gift Cards to Hub’s Giving Tree

By AE/MS Staff

Dear Andover Residents, We are truly overwhelmed by the generosity of friends and neighbors. The abundance of gift cards donated to the Hub makes it possible to help support Andover students and families during the holiday season and all year long. Sincere thanks for your continued community spirit and kindness. Happy New Year to you […]

Gatorade Names Exodus Ayers Football Player of the Year

First Proctor Academy player to be chosen

By Scott Allenby
Gatorade Names Exodus Ayers Football Player of the Year

In its 38th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, Gatorade today announced Exodus Ayers ‘24 of Proctor Academy is the 2022-23 Gatorade New Hampshire Football Player of the Year.  Ayers is the first Gatorade New Hampshire Football Player of the Year to be chosen from Proctor Academy. The award, which recognizes not […]

Proctor Community Celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

A day of workshops, activities, and reflection

By Scott Allenby
Proctor Community Celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

On Monday, January 16, Proctor Academy celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Instead of holding normal classes, the community joined for an all-school assembly, advisory group activities, and an afternoon of service. During the all-school assembly, writer and activist Dariana Guerero shared her lived experiences growing up in Lawrence, Massachusetts and her powerful poetry. During […]

Proctor Invites Spectators to February’s Winter Athletics

Full slate of home games and races

By Scott Allenby
Proctor Invites Spectators to February’s Winter Athletics

Proctor Academy’s winter athletic seasons enter their final month of competition with a full slate of home games and races most Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. All events are open to spectators free of charge. Come out and see some high level hockey, basketball, and skiing in action! Check ProctorAcademy.org/on-campus/athletics for up-to-date game times and locations. […]

EAVP Receives Learning Activity Kit for Play-Based Curriculum

Spaghetti dinner returns on February 11

By Stephanie D'Amour
EAVP Receives Learning Activity Kit for Play-Based Curriculum

Happy New Year from East Andover Village Preschool! This year we were very lucky to be part of a grant-funded project to advance play-based learning with Children’s Museum of New Hampshire. We received a learning activity kit with high quality manipulatives and materials to enhance our already emerging play-based curriculum. Since receiving the kit, we […]

AE/MS Continues Tradition of 2nd Grade Halloween Play and Parade

Students learn that practice makes perfect 

By Kasey Schoch
AE/MS Continues Tradition of 2nd Grade Halloween Play and Parade

This Halloween, the second grade students at AE/MS took the stage for a performance that has been a school tradition for at least two decades. Second grade teacher Gretchen Hildebrand was unsure of exactly what year this adventure began. One thing she does know is why she keeps working on this massive undertaking year after […]

Mentoring at AE/MS Becomes an Annual Tradition

Goal is for kids to connect with each other

By Adalyn Boucher
Mentoring at AE/MS Becomes an Annual Tradition

The mentoring program at AE/MS is a great experience for both younger and older students. Lisa Lane, AE/MS school counselor, started this program about 10 years ago and she chose the eighth graders to mentor kindergarten students. Lisa picked the eighth graders because they’re responsible, great role models, and the kindergarteners look up to them. […]

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