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DOVER SCHOOLS LEARNING OPTIONS FOR THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR Option 1: On-site Learning: Traditional learning as typically offered – Pre-Kindergarten through 12th Grade Option 2: Total Online Instruction: Online instruction through a curriculum management system –4th through 12th Grade Option 3: Blended Learning: Online instruction through a curriculum management system, but allows for students to participate in athletic or fine arts activities offered by Dover Public Schools – PK through 12th Grade If you prefer Option 1, there is no need to email of your interest. Just participate in the July 21, 2020 enrollment process at the school. Options 2 and 3 will necessitate advisement on requirements, an interview process, and approval by the superintendent. If you are interested in Options 2 or 3 for your students, please contact: Grades PK-6th--Trilla Cranford 405-828-4204 ( Grades 7th-12th—Kyle Karns 405-828-4204 (

School Closed Until April 6, 2020

March 16, 2020 Dear Parents and Families, The Oklahoma State Board of Education held an emergency meeting this afternoon resulting in a mandate that all public schools in Oklahoma close from March 17 through April 6. This includes all extracurricular activities. Members of the Dover Public Schools administration will meet to plan for continuing to serve our students during this time. We will share information as soon as possible on meal service through our child nutrition program. The Dover Public Schools leadership team is working diligently with top leaders in our state to stay abreast of the most recent developments. As our understanding of the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic changes rapidly, it’s important for our community to remain calm and continue to practice preventative measures such as good hand hygiene, staying home when sick, avoiding large crowds and social distancing. The health of our students and staff continues to be our number one priority. If you believe you have been exposed to the coronavirus/COVID-19 and/or have symptoms, immediately self-quarantine and contact the COVID-19 Call Center at (877) 215-8336 or call Kingfisher County Health Department at 405-375-3008. You also can learn more about how to prevent the illness by visiting Thank you for your help in keeping our community healthy and safe. We will update information as it becomes available. Sincerely, Max Thomas Superintendent

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