Moving Within the Dover Area School District

Families that have moved to a new address within the district but placed in a different attendance zone should contact central registration at [email protected] or Mrs. Hake at 717-292-3671 ext. 80113 to provide the change of address form and proper proof of residency.

You must provide the following documents:

  • Two Forms Proof of Residency - A lease agreement or mortgage/property deed may be used to determine residency.  If you do not own the property or do not have a lease agreement, then all of the following must be done to show proof of residency:
  •  Notarized letter from the property owner giving permission to live at the residence or (residency affidavit). Two (2) of the following need to accompany the notarized letter or residency affidavit:
    • Driver’s License/State ID showing the parent’s name and the address being used for residency.
    • Pay stub showing the parent’s name and the address being used for residency.
    • Utility bill showing the parent’s name and the address being used for residency.
    • Car Registration showing the parent’s name and the address being used for residency.
    • Copy of tax return showing the parent’s name and the address being used for residency.

Once you have provided all necessary documents you will be supplied with your transportation information and start date for your students at their new elementary school. If the student is in 7th– 12th grade, their building will not change, but new bus information will be provided to you.

 

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Nondiscrimination Policy and Statement The Dover Area School District is an equal opportunity institution.  It will not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in admission to its programs, services, or activities, in access to them, in the treatment of individuals, or any aspect of its operations, including its employment practices, as required by Title VI, Title IX, and Section 504. The lack of English skills shall not be a barrier to admission or participation in the district's activities and programs. The district offers CTE programs in Business, STEM, Visual Communications, and Agriculture. For information regarding civil rights or grievance procedure, contact Dr. Troy Wiesting, Title IX Coordinator, [email protected] or 717-292-8066. For information regarding Section 504, contact Mrs. Katherine Guyer, Director of Exceptional Children, [email protected], or 717-292-3671.