Dover High School and Regional Career Technical Center Information Update
Wednesday, June 21, 2023
Below you will find the link for summer reading requirements. Students need to make sure to check with the teacher of classes that assign summer reading before leaving for the summer.
Dover High School offers credit recovery through the Edgenuity Program during the summer. This run summer school will run on the following dates:
Summer school meets daily on the above dates from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. The cost is $50 for a ½ credit course and $100 for a full credit course. The program is limited to the first 20 students to register.
Please see the attached documents concerning fall sports for 2023-2024. Registration on Final Forms will begin on July 1. Please be sure to carefully review the Athletic Agreement.
The District is taking a different approach with laptop collection this year. The plan is that all underclassmen will keep their devices moving forward. There is a revised Dover School District Student/Parent Device Loan Agreement. Forms should be returned by the end of the school year.
Students that know they are moving out of the district, or students that will not be keeping their devices, can begin returning their devices to Room 245 starting on Thursday, June 15th through the end of the year as they finish up classwork.
Important Information for the Class of 2024
There is a new requirement for New Hampshire students to graduate high school. For the Class of 2024 going forward, students will be required to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or sign a waiver opting out. Attached is a letter from New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF) with more details. Dover High School will host day and evening presentations next fall for students and their parents/guardians to learn about the FAFSA and how to file it. The filing period will open in December 2023 and assistance will be available for students and their parents/guardians to guide them through the process.