Kinesthetic fun while practicing our Spelling words of the week!
11 months ago, Olivia Jarvis
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Second grade has been reading and enjoying the winter weather. We told each other about our favorite books. We also learned about sequence and how to tell a story by using words like first, next, then and last.
11 months ago, Kelli Allen
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In art, the students have been learning about Vincent Van Gogh. Van Gogh was known for his use of blue and yellow as well as his expressive use of line. Check out the students' take on "A Starry Night" and "Sunflowers."
11 months ago, Sydney Fox
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In art, the students have been learning about Vincent Van Gogh. Van Gogh was known for his use of blue and yellow as well as his expressive use of line. Check out the students' take on "A Starry Night" and "Sunflowers."
11 months ago, Sydney Fox
Attention Parents/guardians, Please share this. Currently, at school, we have ten staff members out with sickness and 54 students absent with illness. Therefore, we will use our Alternative Methods of Instruction (AMI) for the remainder of the week. As a result, the students will be coming home with homework for the rest of the week. This work will count towards their grades, so please make sure that the work is completed and turned in on Monday, January 24th. We apologize for the inconvenience. The Dora R-III School District is committed to the health and safety of all of our students and staff. The school will dismiss today at the usual time, but once again, we will be out the rest of the week for sickness. If you have a child home today with an illness, someone will be in the central office from 3:00-6:00 pm tomorrow to pick up homework. We will keep GATE tonight, but if at all possible, we ask that you pick up your child as soon as possible today so we can start a deep clean in the building. If you have any questions about your child’s homework, please email the teachers with any questions.
11 months ago, Dr. Woods
Senior night tonight for Lady Falcons 🏀 bs Gainesville. V at 6:00, senior night honoring, 1/2 JV after
11 months ago, Cole Garnette
After school tutoring will resume Tuesday, January 11th, 2022. Sessions will continue Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 3:30pm - 4:30pm until March 31st, 2022. There will be no tutoring during the week of March 14th through the 18th for Spring Break.
11 months ago, Kathy Gifford
The deadline to go virtual or return to in person classes is January 5th by 4:00 pm
11 months ago, Dr. Woods
Dora Lady Falcons having a great time at 12 Courts of Christmas in Kansas City.
12 months ago, Cole Garnette
Dora Lady Falcons
Dora Lady Falcons defeated Class 5 Neosho Lady Wildcats at 12 Courts of Christmas inside HyVee Arena in Kansas City, MO.
12 months ago, Cole Garnette
Go Lady Falcons
FACS Creative Sewing enjoyed making aprons!
12 months ago, Tracy Lovan
FACS
Mr. Mitchell and some of the Middle School ladies taking part in "Grinch Day"
12 months ago, Brett Mitchell
Mr. Mitchell and The Grinch Ladies
K-2nd grade enjoyed working on building gingerbread houses for a STEM activity today. They had a lot of fun!
12 months ago, Olivia Jarvis
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Attention Dual Credit Juniors & Seniors!
12 months ago, Amelia Menz
Spring 2022 Dual Credit Registration
Mr. Mitchell and Dr. Woods sporting their ugly Christmas sweaters.
12 months ago, Sherry Ross
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ugly Christmas sweaters
Update: The boys do play Eminence Thursday at 5:00. Girls do no play Thursday.
12 months ago, Dylan Fox
We would like to thank Mr. Bobby Grisham that sells popcorn at the ball games in which the money goes to the backpack program. Also we would like to thank Kenley Howard, Easton Carter, Brylon Mayberry, Hanna Bunch, Cally Depriest, and Coach Reynolds got going and helping them box the popcorn today! They boxed 203 boxes today!
12 months ago, Dylan Fox
Due to the threat of severe storms our band will not be participating in the Gainesville Christmas parade tonight.
12 months ago, Brett Mitchell
Here are some more pictures of our great assembly today.
12 months ago, Brett Mitchell
Steve letting students test out the MLB baseball bat he will break
Student body enjoying the assembly
Steve with our Middle School Students
We had the pleasure of having Mr. Steve Carrier from the "Power Force Team" visit our school today. He uplifted our students with his positive message of goal setting, positive thinking, and showing what everyone can do if they choose to set their mind in the right direction.
12 months ago, Mr. Mitchell
Steve talking to our students about holding onto your dreams
Steve turning a frying pan into a "burrito" with his strength
Steve exploding a can of Sprite