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Free and Reduced Lunch Applications Still Being Accepted
Anyone may apply. Access the link below to download the application. After completing the form, you may email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or deliver it to the school's office.
Accessing Child's Grades
Through Home Access Center, you can view a daily summary of your child’s attendance, schedule, and classwork, along with interim process, and report card.
To use Home Access Center, go to the following URL: http://hac24.eschoolplus.k12.ar.us, or you may use the link on the district website under the section For Parents/Students. You have to select Dover School District from the dropdown list. For returning parents and students, your login ID and password are the same as last year's. New parents and students to the district will receive theirs at Parent/Teacher conferences.
The Dover School District is offering online meal pay through www.myschoolbucks.com. You can pay for school lunches for your student(s), view balances, get low balance notifications, as well as see what purchases are being made.The Dover School Cafeteria strongly encourage every parent to create an account for their Dover Students. This is a FREE service to set up the account. All that you will need is your child's ID number. This will be very helpful for you in keeping track of their lunch accounts. After the new updates to our computer program this school year the cafeteria will not be able to send out the reminder slips of overdue lunch accounts. This will help keep your child's account in good standings.
You can set up the MySchoolBucks account to send you notifications when your child reaches a predetermined amount, set by you. There is a $1.95 fee to pay online but you can still send your child's lunch money to school with them if you prefer.
The Dover School Board commits to the following core beliefs*:
Strong Instructional Leadership
Clear and Focused Mission
Safe and Orderly Environment
Climate of High Expectations
Frequent Monitoring of Student Progress
Positive Home-School Relations
Opportunity to Learn and Student Time on Task
*As adopted from the Seven Correlates of Effective Schools Dr. Lawrence Lezotte