COVID Data Will Determine January 10 Return to Proctor Campus 

Health remains priority for campus and Andover

By Scott Allenby

As of the writing of this article (mid-November), Proctor will engage in remote learning with students throughout the month of December with students returning to campus on January 10 for the remainder of the Winter Term. While much could change in the next month, Proctor will continue to use local and statewide COVID-19 data, as […]

Public Can Access Nordic Ski Trail ; Full Snow-Making/Lighting

Season passes will cost $100; some restrictions

By Scott Allenby

The Proctor Ski Area will have limited access this winter due to COVID-19 restrictions. While alpine training and racing schedules will be dependent on Proctor’s ability to hold in-person classes and activities this winter, the Bill Paine ‘51 Nordic Center will be accessible to the public with a season’s pass. The season pass will cost […]

Proctor Recognizes Andover Athletes and Artists

Students recognized for their contributions

By Scott Allenby

Proctor’s athletic program completed a modified fall athletic season, including six weekends of competitions against Lakes Region schools, while the arts program hosted end-of-term performances for Dance and Jazz/Rock ensemble, as well as a Virtual Art Show. Throughout all of these co-curricular activities, Andover students shined. Congratulations to the following students on being recognized by […]

Ocean Classroom 2020 Was Successful In Spite of Hurricanes

Crew faced COVID restrictions and weather detours

By Scott Allenby

On September 17, Proctor’s Ocean Classroom program set sail for the 27th consecutive year. Twenty-one students, including Andover’s Katie Bent ‘21, boarded the schooner Roseway, a 135 foot, century-old tall ship in Boston Harbor for a ten week adventure down the eastern seaboard. Students not only studied marine biology, navigation, maritime literature, and seamanship skills, […]

Proctor Successfully Completes Fall Term Without Incident

Gratitude extended to employees; students' families

By Scott Allenby

On November 20, Proctor depopulated campus for Thanksgiving Break, completing a successful, ten-week in-person fall trimester. With roughly 340 students on campus, a strict weekly COVID-19 testing regime in place, mandatory mask use at all times for all members of the community, and remarkable teamwork from students, employees, and parents, Proctor was able to complete […]

Scholastic Awards a James Patterson Book Grant to Middle School

Kasey Schoch Received $500 to update class library

By Shelley Geoghegan
Scholastic Awards a James Patterson Book Grant to Middle School

Kasey Schoch, the AE/MS Reading Explorations teacher, was successful in obtaining a $500 grant from Scholastic Books. She applied for a James Patterson grant hoping to replace old copies of classroom novel sets, and to update the classroom library that is used by students for independent reading. Students and teacher alike were thrilled when the […]

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