The Dora D-Club is putting their items online for purchase. Click here to view the items. They are numbered to match the numbers on the order form brought home by your children. Items include zip jackets, hoodies, tees, practice jerseys, shorts, polos, and stadium chairs. Please pick out the items you want, fill out the order form and send the form along with the correct amount of money to the office before December 4th (all orders must be paid for in advance). The orders shoud be ready by December 18th. If you have any questions please contact either AD Bob Holland or HS Principal Rick Luna.
2015 Spelling Bee Winners
1st place: Macayla Rhodes-Lutie
2nd place: Evan Heriford-Gainesville
3rd place: Logan Siemers-Dora
4th place: Elizabeth Mayberry-Thornfield
1st place: Bryant Cureton- Dora
2nd place: Jordan Johnson-Gainesville
3rd place: Cooper Howard-Dora
4th place: Lily Bohon- Lutie
1st place: Harmon Johns-Gainesville
2nd place: Jayce Turner-Gainesville
3rd place: Jaylen Husser- Thornfield
4th place: Makenzie Horton-Gainesville
1st place: Loran Myers-Gainesville
2nd place: Ashlyn Howard-Dora
3rd place: Natasha Slavik-Dora
4th place: Haley Rogers-Dora
1st place: Emily Linenbrink-Thornfield
2nd place: Molly Spencer-Dora
3rd place: Kenley Howard-Dora
4th place: Kenzee Jones-Lutie
1st place: Victoria St. Pierre-Gainesville
2nd place: Bryce Hambelton-Gainesville
3rd place: Landry Jenkins-Gainesville
4th place: Gwendolyn Broderick-Gainesville
1st place: Daniel Miller-Gainesville
2nd place: Kyle Lee-Dora
3rd place: Chenani Santana-Thornfield
4th place: Payton Lynne-Gainesville
Both the girls and the boys placed first for teams today. Click here for individual results.
In 1995, Dolly Parton launched an exciting new effort, Dolly Parton's Imagination Library, to benefit the children of her home county in East Tennessee, USA. Dolly's vision was to foster a love of reading among her county’s preschool children and their families by providing them with the gift of a specially selected book each month. By mailing high quality, age-appropriate books directly to their homes, she wanted children to be excited about books and to feel the magic that books can create. Moreover, she could insure that every child would have books, regardless of their family’s income.
Dolly’s Imagination Library became so popular that in the year 2000 she announced that she would make the program available for replication to any community that was willing to partner with her to support it locally. Since the initial program launch in the United States, Dolly Parton's Imagination Library has gone from just a few dozen books to over 60,000,000 books mailed to children in the United States, into Canada and across the proverbial pond into the United Kingdom! Currently over 1600 local communities provide the Imagination Library to over 750,000 children each and every month. Already statistics and independent reports have shown Dolly Parton's Imagination Library drastically improves early childhood literacy for children enrolled in the program. Further studies have shown improved scores during early literacy testing.
We are moving along and have almost completed the first semester. Our attendance is at an all time high for this part of the school year. We would like to thank the parents, students and faculty for this accomplishment. We have several upcoming activities scheduled (we post these activities on a weekly basis on our Facebook page).
If you have any concerns please contact the school.
The Dora R-III School District is accepting applications for the following position(s): No certified positions are open at this time (click here to download certified application)
The Dora R-III School District is accepting applications for the following position(s): Teacher's Aide, Substitute Custodian, and Substitute Bus Drivers (click here to download non-certified application)