Dover High School and Regional Career Technical Center Information Update
Wednesday June 22, 2022
Quarter 4 Report Cards
Students and families can now view Quarter 4 Report Cards on the Infinite Campus portal. Report cards will also be mailed home and juniors who took the school day SAT and SAS will receive those results as well.
All students who want to play a fall sport at Dover High School during the 2022-23 school year are reminded that Quarter 4 grades of this school year are used to determine athletic eligibility for the start of the fall sports season for next school year. It is not the final average for a course.
Yearbook Pick Up and Return of Materials
Yearbooks can be picked up Monday through Thursday from 7:00 am to 4:00 pm. Students can also return any laptops, chargers, books, uniforms, and equipment at those times. Member of the Classes of 23 and 24 are reminded they cannot purchase a parking permit for 22-23 if they have any obligations.
School and District Offices Closed
On Fridays, school offices will be closed to the public from to June 24 through August 12. They will also be closed week of the Fourth of July.
The following classes have summer reading requirements:
English- Honors 9, Honors !0, Honors 11, Advanced Placement Language and Composition, Advanced Placement Literature and Composition
Science- Advanced Placement Biology, Advanced Placement Chemistry
Social Studies- Advanced Placement United States History
The assignments can be found on the school website under the For Families tab. The link is:
Summer school will run from July 5th to August 4th. Information and the registration form is attached.
New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation- Center for College Planning Summer Programs
· College Essay Prep for rising seniors only
- This program (formerly College Essay Boot Camp) is back and better than ever!
- Interactive workshop that provides rising seniors a strong foundation to write their best college essay
- Virtual and in-person sessions are available
- Learn more + register HERE (see Essay Prep)
- College Prep Webinars best for rising seniors (& parents)
- Applying to College 101
- Different College Pathways – 2-year vs. 4-year College
- College Essay Do’s and Don’ts
- Common App – 10 Things to Know
- Financial Aid
- Learn more + register HERE (see Webinar Series)
· *NEW PROGRAM* I Am College Bound: I Rise for graduating seniors + their parents/guardians
· New Hampshire's I Am College Bound: I RISE program assists rising college freshman with the transition from high school to college life
· Virtual student + parent/guardian Transition to College 101 webinars available, as well as additional resources
· Learn more + register HERE
Student Leadership Opportunity- New Hampshire Legislative Youth Council
As a statutory committee of the New Hampshire legislature, the Council was established by RSA 19k:1 and consists of 19 youth of ages 15-22 from across the state. The Council examines issues of importance to youth, ranging from education, employment, and strategies to increase youth civic engagement to safe environments for youth, substance abuse, and mental health. The Council advises the legislature through meetings with legislators, statements/testimony, and an annual report of policy recommendations.
This is an incredible opportunity that allows students one-on-one interaction with New Hampshire State legislators. Students learn how to engage with the democratic process, advocate for their beliefs, and lead their peers. The Council meets once a month in Concord for two hours.
The Council is accepting applications from May 1st - June 30th. We would greatly appreciate it if you could share this opportunity with your students.
If interested, students can email their application (linked below) to our email address at [email protected].
Please feel free to reach out to us at [email protected] with any questions.