Dora R-III School District is a public school district located in Dora, MO. It has 273 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 11 to 1. According to state test scores, 37% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
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Dora R-III School District Reviews
Dora school is a small school mainly circled around sports even those sports are limited to Softball,Basketball,And Baseball.The other people that like to do other things like art or music get screwed over because none of the administration really care for it.We don't have lost of class options either for example the only language class we have is Spanish and we just got it this year and that is bad for the kids that need language credits to get into a college.Dress code in wild in order to where tights we have to have a t shirt that goes past our finger tips. Also we do not have a lot of options for someone that is intellectually disabled.My parents do host homing for 2 boys that are intellectually disabled and well they couldn't well the experience wasn't great they had no knowledge of how to handle them i honestly feel like our school should get personal teachers or require all teachers to take a class to understand more about kids like this.
Dora R-3 School has been an A+ school for years. We are a small school but it is excellent. We are located in Dora Missouri. Dora is a pre-k, 1-8, and high school. The amount of students is about 350. We are big in sports but there is no football. Every one is pretty nice to each other. Honestly this is the best school I have ever been to.
Dora R-III is a small town school. The classes offered are limited, but students have the opportunity to be taught on a one-on-one basis.