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Message from the Superintendent

 

We appreciate all the men and women who served in the military. We truly live in the "Greatest Country" in the world!

 

Headlines (Click on headline for article)

  • Ozark County Spelling Bee +

    First Grade Teacher Jamie Brashear reports that our students represented the Dora R-III School District very well at the Ozark County Spelling Bee. The event was held at Gainesville. Here are the results: Bryant Cureton (First Grade) and Carson Howard (Second Grade) won their respective divisions. Dawson Hewett (First Grade) and Braeden Church (Third Grade) both came in second in their grade levels. Brylon Mayberry (Third Grade), Lauren Martin (Fourth Grade), Elijah Spencer (Fifth Grade), and Riley Collins (Sixth Grade) all finished third in their divisions. Laryme Mayberry took fourth place in the second grade division. Congratulations on a job well done.

  • Lady Falcons to Participate in Cabool Tournament +

    The Dora Lady Falcons will travel to Cabool on Monday, December 8, to begin play in the Lady Bulldog Invitational. The number one seed Lady Falcons will play number 8 seed Cabool Lady Bulldogs at 4 p.m. Click here for a downloadable version of the tournament schedule.

  • 2014-15 Sports Schedules +

    Here are the links to the 2014-15 Dora R-III printable sports schedules: Cross Country, Fall Softball, Fall Baseball, Junior High Boys and Girls Basketball, Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Spring Baseball, and Spring Softball.

  • Halloween 2014 Pics +

    Go to the Activities page and view some pictures from Halloween 2014!

  • Lady Falcons Fly High +

    Back Row- Coach Dylan Fox, Monica Kelley,Hannah Dowen, Shelby Collins, Hannah Masters, Makala Trail, Kelsi Land, Chey Miller, Coach Terry Mitchell. Middle Row- Andrea Trail, Lauren Inman, Mak Gardner, Kaitlin Barnett, JaLeigh Russell, Ashlynn Vanatter, Shae Roberts. Front Row- Makenzie Smith, Shelby Strong, Kryslyn Colvin.

    The 2014 Dora Lady Falcons made school history. With a record of 25-4 they have the most wins in school history. They won their 4th straight district championship and made the girls first ever trip to the Final Four. In the first round of the final four they defeated Salisbury to make it to the State Championship game. In the Championship game they fell 7-5 to a very good Jefferson team.

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(Scheduled events are subject to change)

Employment Opportunities

The Dora R-III School District is accepting applications for the following position(s): Substitute Custodian, and Substitute Bus Drivers (click here for downloadable application).