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Students Organize All-School Forum to Address Anti-Black Racism at Andover

Several current and former students joined a variety of campus adults to discuss anti-Black racism at Andover during an all-school forum on Monday, June 29. The conversation, organized by Shahinda Bahnasy ’20, Abi Ndikum ’20, Aren Egwuekwe ’22, and Henrique Chamon ’21, was the second of two forums, the first of which included a similar combination of cluster deans, department chairs, and members of the Senior Administrative Council to listen...

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Quick Facts: Andover & COVID-19

  • March 13: Andover buildings are closed to all students. Students should call PAPS if they need to pick up essential items from dorms.
  • March 23 – 29: Extended spring break, teachers return to campus to undergo training for remote classes.
  • March 30 – June 3: Students take classes remotely.

Quick Facts: COVID-19 in Massachusetts

Updated July 12, 2020, 08:00 PM (From the Mass. Department of Health, Town of Andover, WCVB Boston, WBUR, and CDC ).
  • There are currently 101,654 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Massachusetts, including 15,703 in Essex County (1 active in Andover) and 23,346 in Middlesex County.
  • 787,489 individuals have been tested for COVID-19 in the state of Massachusetts, and 60 new deaths were reported today for a total of 7,734 deaths statewide.
  • Nationwide, the United States has a total of 3,236,130 reported cases of COVID-19, and has suffered 134,572 deaths.
  • On April 1, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker extended his stay-at-home advisory and ordered that all non-essential business stay closed until May 4.
  • On April 21, Baker ordered that schools stay closed until the end of the 2019-2020 school year.
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