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12.17.14

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Elaine M. Arbour, Ed.D., Superintendent


Revised Schedule due to Community Feedback

Invitation to Participate in the 

Dover High School-Career Technical Center Visioning Sessions

“Educational Visioning is a process which results in a comprehensive long-term planning tool for a school or district. It is the cornerstone of all educational planning. It directs deep, probing work which establishes clear statements about the most appropriate and effective educational practices, school organizational structure and concepts for the school facilities needed to support them.” – Frank Locker

A Joint Building Committee (JBC) was created last spring to oversee a rebuild and/or renovation of the Dover High School – Career Technical Center. The JBC is looking for community members to participate in six(6) Visioning Sessions with Educational Consultant Frank Locker to be held at the high school on:

  • Wednesday, 12/17    3-6:30pm
  • Tuesday, 1/6            3-6:30pm
  • Saturday, 1/10         8am-1pm
  • Monday,1/12            3-6:30pm
  • Saturday, 1/31         8am-1pm
  • TBD, week of 2/2      3-6:30pm

Participants will be asked to attend all six sessions to keep continuity for the project. This will be one of the largest projects Dover has undertaken since the building of the high school in 1967. The JBC knows the importance of input from all corners of the city. Interested community member applicants should electronically submit their name, address, email and phone number to Melissa Glidden at m.glidden@dover.k12.nh.us no later than noon, Monday December 15, 2014. In order to help us represent the entire Dover community, please indicate if you are a:

  • Public school parent
  • Non-public school parent
  • Non-parent resident

Applicants will be notified on Tuesday, December 16th to review the timeline and confirm commitment.

Those selected will be working with a group comprised of approximately 45-50 members: • 3 JBC members • 3 Dover School District Administrators • 20 DHS-CTC staff members • 10 students from the High School and/or Career Technical Center • 10-14 community members