Assistant Superintendent

Curriculum Support


The primary role of the Assistant Superintendent's Office is curriculum instruction and assessment for grades Kindergarten through 12. This includes:
  • Supporting teachers in the delivery of curriculum
  • Piloting new curriculum
  • Purchasing new textbooks and materials
  • Providing teacher training
Through its interaction with administrators and teachers across the District, this Office has direct knowledge of the curriculum offered to Andover’s student population.

Yearly Kindergarten registration information as well as approval and receipt of Home School Plans, Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System Reporting, and No Child Left Behind Report Cards for the District and individual schools are generated from this office.

Teacher Support

Each year, New Teacher Orientation and Mentor / Mentee Programs are offered to ensure a successful transition of teachers new to the Andover Public Schools. Also generated through this Office are professional development initiatives for teachers, including:
  • Curriculum councils
  • Summer curriculum work
  • In-District course offerings
  • Workshops

Grants

The Assistant Superintendent's Office works collaboratively with the District's Grant Writer to secure available grant opportunities. The Office also oversees all Federal Entitlement Grants such as:
  • Teacher Quality
  • Technology
  • Title I Reading
  • Academic Success
  • Safe and Drug Free Schools Grant