Board Member


Steve Mastin (Vice-President) (330) 364-1684
Michael Studer                                  (330) 432-0872
Kyle Stemple              (330) 447-5282
John Maxwell (330) 364-7272
Elizabeth Lauber (President) (330) 343-3622

Notice of Non-Discrimination and Information on Section 504 Procedures

The Dover City School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the District's non-discrimination policies:

Mrs. Gina Franks, 504 Coordinator
Dover City School District
520 N. Walnut
Dover, Ohio 44662
Telephone number: (330) 364-7124

The Dover City School District has procedures for the referral, evaluation and placement for students with disabilities as required by Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act. A copy of the District's procedures can be obtained by contacting the 504 Coordinator.

Child Find

Each year school districts throughout Ohio participate in an effort to identify, locate and evaluate all children, birth through age 21, with disabilities such as multi-handicaps, hearing, visual, orthopedic, social/emotional, health conditions, and/or speech/language handicaps. Anyone aware of a child residing in the Dover City School District who may have one or more of the suspected disabilities, including preschool-age children, should contact Gina Franks, Director of Special Education, at the Dover Schools' Pupil Services Office at (330) 364-7124.
Dover City Schools receives IDEA-B funds for the purpose of the education of children with disabilities. Annually, at the September Board of Education Meeting, discussion will be held regarding how the District will spend its IDEA-B funds and time will be allowed for public comment.

Bullying Report

The Dover City School District is dedicated to providing a safe and comfortable environment for our students that is conducive to learning. To ensure the safety of our students and protect them from harmful bullying, the district has provided an easy way for students and parents to report cases of bullying on our campuses.

To report a case of bullying, please call your student's school. For a directory, please click here.

Dover City School District building principals have reported the following number of reported incidences of bullying for the period indicated.

High School0
Middle School1
Dover Avenue Elementary0
East Elementary0
South Elementary0

Report period:July 1, 2020- Jan. 1, 2021

Board of Education Meeting Minutes

Click the links below to view the minutes from recent Board of Education meeting minutes.

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