Welcome to the
Parent/Students Resources Page

In addition to the resources found below, be sure to explore the additional resources found on the left side of this screen. 

The home/school connection is a key component in assuring the success of students. Family involvement enhances a child’s school experience. Dover Area School District invites parent participation. Involvement is encouraged with activities such as: 

  • Fall parent-teacher conferences
  • Open houses
  • School functions
  • Student performances
  • PTO and booster organizations
  • Volunteerism

Complete the PDF DocumentVolunteer Packet or PDF DocumentCoaching Volunteer Packet.  Contact your specific school for more details on how you can become involved!

PDF Document2021-2022 Welcome to the New Dover Area School District’s School Nutrition Program

2021-2022 School Year Prices





K – 5



6 – 12













Elementary School Menus
PDF DocumentSeptember Lunch Menu
PDF DocumentFall 2021 Breakfast Menu
PDF DocumentOctober Lunch Menu

Middle School Menus
PDF DocumentSeptember Lunch Menu
PDF DocumentFall 2021 Breakfast Menu
PDF DocumentOctober Lunch Menu

High  School Menus
PDF DocumentSeptember Lunch Menu
PDF DocumentFall 2021 Breakfast Menu
PDF DocumentOctober Lunch Menu

Dover Area School District is committed to providing a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment for all of our learners. Much time is spent in education discussing the academic standards that must be achieved, and while critical, we also believe that teaching and nurturing the growth of social and emotional skills in our students is essential. All buildings in the Dover Area School District focus intentional programming, strategies, and resources on teaching and promoting the following skills:



Social Awareness

Relationship Skills

Decision Making

The development of these skills has been proven to enhance students’ resilience, reduce problem behaviors, reduce bullying, improve academics, and promote career readiness. According to CASEL (Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning), 92% of surveyed executives say skills such as problem-solving and communicating clearly are equal to or more important than technical skills. 

Dover Area School District has incorporated the following programs and resources to guide our efforts and build the skills necessary to create a collaborative and safe environment for all of our students: Responsive Classroom, Sanford Harmony, Olweus Bullying Prevention, and Josten’s Harbor. If you are interested in learning more about any of these programs, the links are available below. We are fully committed to this goal, and for students who violate the expectations by participating in hurtful, harmful, harassing, or bullying behavior, our code of conduct outlines reparative and disciplinary actions that will be followed. 

We will need to community to assist us in building this culture. We rely on our students, families, and community to help us identify students in need. If you have a concern for a student who is being mistreated, bullied, or harassed, please reach out to the statewide reporting center, Safe2Say, at 1-844-723-2729.






Full Dover Area School District Policy Manual

Students in kindergarten, 6th, and 11th grades need to submit completed physical exam reports and students in kindergarten, 3rd , and 7th grades need to submit completed dental exam reports to the school nurse.

Please check the School Vaccination Requirements document below as well as with your health care provider about receiving the required vaccines this summer and submit written proof of immunization to the school nurse in August. Should you have any additional questions, please contact your school. Thank you for your attention to these important school health regulations.

PDF DocumentDental Exam Form
PDF DocumentPhysical Form
PDF DocumentSchool Vaccination Requirements