Andrew Raynor Dover
Jean Briggs Badger, Superintendent of Schools, announced events and activities surrounding the opening of Dover’s public schools for the 2012–2013 school year.
School and room assignment cards have been mailed to all elementary and middle school students enrolled in Dover public schools. Those students eligible to ride a bus will find a bus pass attached to the assignment card. To be eligible to ride the bus, elementary students and fifth graders must live a mile or more from school, middle school students, except fifth grade students, must live at least one and one-half miles from school, and high school students must live at least two miles from the school.
Bus schedule information is available at the schools, at the office of the Superintendent, or by calling First Student at 742-5984. Complete bus schedules are posted at www.dover.k12.nh.us, “Information for Parents,” and will be published in Foster’s prior to the opening of schools. Parents of students who receive special busing within Dover should call the bus company, The Provider, at 1-800-660-9664, with any questions. Parents with questions regarding other special busing arrangements should call the Special Education office at 516-6722.
New Hampshire law states that no student may be admitted to public schools unless proof of immunization has been presented prior to entrance. Parents of new students should be prepared to present a copy of immunization records before the opening day of school.
Andrew Raynor Dover NH
Andy Raynor Dover