Saturday, September 29th. Click web link for more information.
Substitute training will take place on August 22, 2018 from 10-11 am in the MS/HS Library Conference room. There is no need to register in advance.
Click web link above to view the action-packed Dover Library Summer Brochure!
As part of Summer Reading at New York Libraries, the State Education Department and myON are partnering to bring thousands of enhanced digital books to children from birth through 8th grade and their families all around the state! May through September 2018 Readers can log into myON wherever they are and whenever they want to read – at home, in the library, in a bus or a car, at a community center or the park – the possibilities are endless.
This free program exists to assist those who have taken on the role as primary caregiver for a related child.
Now accepting applications for the 2018-19 school year.
As per Board Policy: The parent or person in parental relation of a parochial or private school child residing in the district who desires his or her child to be transported to a parochial, private, or charter school outside of the District during the next school year, must submit a written request to the Board no later than April 1 of the preceding year, or within 30 days of moving into the District.
Show your Dragon Pride and support the Dover Education Enrichment Program (DEEP) by buying a brick! Your personalized brick will be installed along the Dover High School Entrance as a personal tribute or in honor or in memory of a loved one or organization. Click for more information.
Every Tuesday from 6pm-8pm at the Dover Plains Library.
Click here to learn more about this free service for residents in Dover, Millbrook, Millerton, Pine Plains, or Stanford.
Click here to find out more information about having your child participate in the Backpack Program. Don't miss out..."When local kids go hungry, we have their backs."
Applications are being taken now for children who will be 3 by December 1, 2015. Head Start centers are located in Beacon, Poughkeepsie, Millerton, Red Hook, Wappingers Falls, and Wingdale. Click here or call to find out more: 845-832-3331 or 845-452-4167
Established by the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation and a community advisory board in 2014, DEEP is a community-based effort to support projects above and beyond those paid for by local, state and federal funding. The Fund has been seeded by several generous gifts and its board now seeks to build an endowment so it can make a significant impact on educational opportunities that inspire our students.
Here are some important things you should know to help you help your children with reading.