Author Archives: Lis Richard

High School Football Meeting for Parents – Monday

Dolores High School football has been reclassified from 11-man to 8-man. This reclassification officially goes into effect for the 2022-2023 school year. The decision to reclassify was based on the following – Enrollment numbers at the high school over the past few years place us at the upper end of the 8-man enrollment cut point. […]

Congratulations to HS Knowledge Bowl–Headed to State!

Friday, February 27th, our High School Knowledge Bowl team secured a spot at the state-level competition. Overall they took 3rd in the regionals tournament after losing in a tie breaker; however, they had highest score for this region. State competition is Monday, March 15th and Tuesday, March 16th from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Team […]

February Board Meeting Highlights

The school board of the Dolores School District met on February 11, 2021. Their meeting highlights are as follows: The superintendent presented her report including the amazing result of 50 students in the welding program now earning dual credit through our program. The district honored one of the bus drivers who is 80 years old […]

Thursday, 6:00 p.m. Board Meeting – Limited Capacity

The Dolores Board of Directors will hold their monthly meeting tomorrow evening. There will be a 5:30 work session to discuss policies followed by the regular meeting beginning at 6:00 p.m. Due to our county moving to “yellow” on the state dial, we are able to provide a 50% capacity in the board room. There […]

Athletic News for This Week – Important Spectator Updates

Dolores High School and Middle School student athletes have a busy week this week. Please see below for dates, times, and live streaming instructions. Middle School Girls Volleyball  Date – 2/9/2021 Time – 4:00pm Location – Dove Creek Spectators – 1 spectator per athlete Streaming Information – <click here> High School Boys and Girls Basketball Date – 2/9/2021 JV Boys […]

Normal Schedule Begins Monday

All students will return to full in-person learning tomorrow. There will be no more hybrid schedule. Students who are online may continue in their programs at home. The district will continue to support our online students in anyway possible. School resumes at normal times and will follow the district calendar. The link below is the […]

Asking for Parent Input on 2021-21 District Calendar

We are in the process of developing the details of the district calendar for next school year. The staff is providing input and our District Accountability Committee will also offer input. One of the most important aspects of this process is parent input. Please submit your name to the district secretary if you are interested […]

Information on High School Extra-Curricular Activities

There have been many changes for our high school students. The Governor’s Office and CHSSA have come together to bring decisions to our leagues. Please read the letter attached. Our athletic directors will be happy to answer any further questions. Please click the link below for information on high school extra-curricular activities: CHSSA Season B […]

No School Tomorrow: Hybrid Schedule Begins on January 11

There is no school tomorrow for the Dolores School District RE-4A. School begins on January 11 for students in the Hybrid Group A and on January 12 for the Hybrid Group B. We will return to full in-person learning on January 25. Montezuma-Cortez School District has a different schedule and different requirements than our district. […]

December Board Meeting Highlights

The Dolores School District RE-4A Board met on December 10 for their regular meeting. The meeting began with a 5:30 work session where Superintendent Richard provided an overview of the process the district and specific schools use to analyze student data and achievement. Following the work session, the board was diligent to handle their business. […]

December 10 Board Meeting is VIRTUAL

The next regular meeting of the Dolores School Board will be a virtual meeting. There will be no members meeting in person and all will be on Zoom. The public may view the meeting by going to the website at:   If a citizen wishes to give public comment, they must send it to the […]